What You Feel Within You See Without
This article illustrates how an abusive and dysfunctional upbringing can cause the internal perspective that reflects the external one. It focuses on the key issue of trust–or the missing element that paints a different picture of the world than most people have.Facing Change? 4 Positive Perspectives To Help You Thrive In The Midst Of Change
Does change hit you hard? If you answered “yes”… why do you think that is?Criticism Is Often a Reflection of the Critic’s Own Insecurities
We’ve all had one or more occasions in life where we’re criticized by someone whether it was justified or not. It’s difficult to swallow and because we are only human, our knee-jerk reaction is to go into defense mode and perhaps counter-attack the person that criticized us. But, there’s another way to look at criticism and those who spend considerable time criticizing others that may not have occurred to you and can help soften the blow and help you grow personally for any future occurrences. If this is something that you’d like to learn and improve upon, I invite you to have a look at this article.The Yin Yang of Perfection
We are looking around at a vision of lacking. Do we see ourselves in that same light? We are so quick to judge, and we are so quick to identify what is missing in our own lives.Are You Listening Competitively? Or Listening to Learn?
You know how you can be going along in a conversation with a friend or a loved one, and it all seems to be good, and suddenly, you say something and the conversation stalls or stops entirely. And you’re thinking “What happened?” You didn’t say anything insulting or mean, you just voiced your opinion.How to Fix What’s Wrong With You
When things go wrong, we tend to think we are the problem. This article provides some tips to change our focus from what’s wrong, to a more positive outlook.Are You Better Off or Worse Off?
The years bring us many internal and external changes but are we better off or worse off now than we were before? What would we change, if we could and how much of a difference would it make?The Tape We Hear Inside Our Head
We all grow up with a tape recording inside our head that tells us what we can expect of ourselves. If we keep hearing that we’re smart and to work hard if we want to succeed, that’s what we’ll do. If we keep hearing that we shouldn’t work so hard because it doesn’t pay, we may never find out how smart we are or if we can succeed beyond our wildest dreams.The Secret Of Spiritual Growth
Spiritual development, a modern look at spiritualism. How to attain enlightenment.Courage Is Never Easy, That Is What Makes It Courage
Doing right from wrong is not a matter of what others think but of personal choice. We do right because it is the right thing to do.Are You Getting the Return on Life that You Want?
This may seem like an odd question because most of us have never heard of a return on life though we have probably heard about a return on investment. However, our return on life is so much more important but unfortunately we are less likely to examine it. The return on life is really a way to see how much we are enjoying and loving the choices we have made in our lives.Being Your Own Witness
Most of us are so disillusioned by the world around us that we often fail to stop and take note of ourselves. It is a state of mind that occurs when we focus our attention on to ourselves i.e. our thoughts, feelings, emotions, conflicts, fears, inadequacies etc. It helps us make quick self evaluation and compare our current behaviours to that of our internal standards and values. These values and internal standards are more likely to align our behavior as we learn to be self-aware. It is when we don’t live up to our personal standards that we develop frustration and conflict. This can in turn affect our day to day activities and our relationships