Discover A Deep & Meaningful Life Purpose (Guided Meditation)

The Graduating Homeless – On a Compensation Dream

This brief article shows how a dream can demonstrate a compensation to the dreamer’s conscious outlook. Carl Jung coined this term, “compensatory dream” and noted these types of dreams occur sometimes when the conscious outlook is extremely negative or positive. The dream will be the opposite as if to balance out the individual’s outlook.

2 More Important Ways to Quickly Get Unstuck

In another article I explained two ways to quickly get unstuck – identifying and replacing self-limiting beliefs and managing your self-talk. In this article I will talk about a couple more ways to quickly get unstuck. They are facing your fears and setting clear, well-formed goals. Both of these are instrumental to the condition of stuckness. In my coaching practice I have almost always found that there is an element of fear involved in being stuck and there is often a lack of really clear goals to help the stuck person get to the other side of being stuck.

What Have You Been Starving For?

Have you ever felt starving and I don’t mean for food? Have you ever noticed when you don’t eat a lot, that your belly rumbles like a rock tumbling machine polishing stones?

Banal Dreams, Beneficent Messages – Or Don’t Delete Your Day Residue – An Essay on Dream Image

This article concerns dreams with what is known as “Day Residue” or leftover images one immediately associates to the day world that show up that night in a dream. The article shows that there is symbolic meaning deeper that the simple fact that the dreamer saw that image during the day, and that the unconscious chose these images that are familiar for a reason that is deeper than the dreamer knows. Dismissing day residue as meaningless or a mere matter of the brain’s replay can be a mistake and one can miss the message of the dream by not looking beneath the surface.

What Do They Mean When They Say Unclutter Your Life?

Decluttering your life is getting more and more important these days. We can all accumulate many things in life. But what do you really need? And how is this overkill of things affecting your life and mind? Read on to learn what you can do right now.

Overconfidence Leads to Failure!

I know attitude is a sign of overconfidence. This kind of people will always fall behind in their struggle of life. They will never try to learn from others. If self confidence is an ascending step on the ladder of success; overconfidence will drag you down while climbing towards success.

Tips to Invite Change

One has to review his decisions from time to time to move ahead on the path of progress. We hear many times things like ‘this guy will never change’, ‘this girl will never change’. Many think behavior will develop over a period of time and always with the influences of childhood. This kind of behavior cannot be changed overnight.

Pesky Behaviors in Others

Have you ever gotten upset with a colleague for not responding to an email or phone call? What about someone cutting corners or not being honest with you? It will serve you to neutralize your frustration and look inside your own life before the external circumstance can change.

Reject Rejection Pain

Has someone just walked out of your life? Has a very close friend all of sudden stopped having anything to do with you? Have members of your family started turning their back on you? Each of these types of rejection can be devastating to our self-esteem, image and value if we allow it.

What You Do Next

Imagine the power of a thousand small victories adding up over the course of your lifetime. Compare that with the glory of continuously reliving only one or two over and over. It’s no contest! Not even close!

Your Hypocrisy is Also Your Own Trap

The hypocrisy of others cannot ensnare you if you rid yourself of your own hypocrisy. If you assign value to your own tendency to be hypocritical, then hypocrisy coming from others will be equally valuable.

The Quickest Way to Create a New Mindset

We all want to change our internal reality on some level. The way we think, interpret, react, cope, expect, process, interact and communicate. The way we create our own experiences: good and bad. The way we manage our fears. Or, perhaps, don’t manage them.

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