The Cyclic Nature of Life
We start with nothing, grow big, then hand over power, leaving us with nothing, just as we all came. We leave everything behind, but relationships are crucial.A.C.C.E.P.T Acceptance
Applaud yourself for who you are the good, the bad and the not so good. Don’t beat yourself up for the past and move forward. One thing I know is that you have to keep moving or life will pass you by. George Orwell states “Happiness can exist only in acceptance.” For those who are saying it’s not always easy you are right, but it can be doneMy Comfort Zone – My Enemy?
Most of us like to be comfortable. Can we like it too much? I think so. We can be so committed to personal comfort that we make personal growth impossible. Here is good news: Your comfort zone is not set in stone. It can change, if you will.The 5 Steps to Self-Mastery and True Worth (Don’t Feed the Snake!)
This article addresses the ‘mind chatter’ which gets in the way of you being all that you can be. It is aimed at helping you see the truth of a matter, rather than the ego mind’s fabrication of what’s going on. If you have a tendency to create dramas and stories out of situations (and I’m sure we all do at times), you may find this simple approach beneficial in getting a grip of your monkey mind.How to Control and Manage Perfectionism
What can be done to manage and control perfectionism? Are you constantly striving for perfectionism and needing to be perfect? Change before it is too late!The Time Is Now, Are You Ready?
Timing is essential in life. You can do all the right things but if you do not do them at the right time or in the right time they can be detrimental.What Does It Mean to Be Human in the Age of Late Modernity?
We live in an age of rapid changes, where updating has become a lifestyle. Things that today seem certain are gone tomorrow, things that we cannot imagine at the current moment will be there soon. Nevertheless, human life is characterized by continued attempts to make sense of our existence.Meant to Guide, Not to Define
No one is perfect in this world. Everyone makes mistakes and fallacious decisions in life, but that doesn’t mean they have to pay for it for the rest of their life. Sometimes good people make bad choices; it doesn’t mean they are bad, it means they are humans.Moody Blues – Where Did All Your Sunshine Go?
Are you a complicated person, ‘like night and day’ depending on the mood you’re in? Does that make you more interesting, perhaps a bit mysterious even? People afflicted with being moody frequently believe this; they rarely imagine that others find them just more difficult. What could be behind this kind of behavior?Learn As If You Were to Live Forever
Learning is a life long course and shouldn’t stop when you reach the end of formal education, never stop learning, whether it be wanting to know more about your personality, relationships, career, something that you’re passionate about, go out and find the information. Take the time and initiative to invest in yourself and you will surely reap the rewards, ‘to learn the art of self education as opposed to being taught is a skill in itself’. If you rely on someone else to provide this for you, you’re not always guaranteed the best results and may never get started.Too Much “Stuff”? Is It Time to Declutter Your Life?
Just like a room full of ‘stuff’ can obscure your vision and make it harder to find what you really want, a life and mind full of ‘stuff’ can do the same. I’ve recently realised I’ve been hoarding. I think I get this from my mum, she is the biggest hoarder I know, even if it’s broken it is hard for her to throw anything away, in her mind there will be a day when she will need that cup with the broken handle or the vase with the hole at the bottom!6 Ways To Stop Sweating The Petty Stuff
Wouldn’t it be far more productive and efficient, and much less stressful and wasteful, if, each of us, could better focus and prioritize our actions and activities? Many individuals find this extremely challenging to do so, and often get bogged down by minutia, and end up paying far more attention to minor or lesser issues, while often ignoring the bigger, and/ or more important issues! Only when we make a conscious effort to avoid this often – self – destructive behavior/ action, do we best position ourselves, to become far more proactive, and doing so begins with the mindset that…