How To Use The Process of Awakening to Avoid Suffering and Illness
How To Use The Process of Awakening to Avoid Suffering and Illness
in Behavior Modification by Michel Odoul
Difficult experiences cause us to reflect about what is happening and no doubt lead to us making the changes necessary…
How To Know If An Online Discussion Is Going To Get Nasty
How To Know If An Online Discussion Is Going To Get Nasty
in Communication by Cornell University
Researchers have created a model to predict which civil online conversations might take a turn and derail. After…
Ego vs True Self: Strength Rises From Within
Ego vs True Self: Strength Rises From Within
in Spirituality & Mindfulness by Vincent Cole
There comes a stage in spiritual development when you will experience the conflict between the fears of the ego and the…
Who Is Saturn? What Does Saturn Symbolize?
Who Is Saturn? What Does Saturn Symbolize?
in Planets & Transits by Aliza Einhorn
Although symbolism and meaning will some­times overlap from planet to planet, each planet has its own distinct…
Should You Shield Yourself From Others’ Abhorrent Beliefs?
Should You Shield Yourself From Others’ Abhorrent Beliefs?
in Performance by John Schwenkler
Many of our choices have the potential to change how we think about the world. Often the choices taken are for some…
Dancing with Life: Being Flexible, Making Adjustments, and Going with the Flow
Dancing with Life: Being Flexible, Making Adjustments, and Going with the Flow
in Performance by Richard Carlson
Human beings have essentially two modes or mind-sets that we operate or live in, with, of course, some shades of gray…
Why The Right Age To Start School Varies For Each Child
Why The Right Age To Start School Varies For Each Child
in Parenting by Kimberley Pressick-Kilborn
It’s that time of year again, when the noticeboard outside your local primary school is likely to read “Enrol your…
How To Reduce Stress And Anxiety With Ease
How To Reduce Stress And Anxiety With Ease
in Counseling by Michael Smith
Writing about positive emotions may help to reduce stress and anxiety, according to our new study, published in the…
How Can We Build A Better World -- One Person at a Time?
How Can We Build A Better World -- One Person at a Time?
in Yourself by Ellis Jones, Ross Haenfler, Brett Johnson
We look around at the world's problems and wish they would go away, but they stubbornly persist despite our most…
How Your Mind, Under Stress, Gets Better At Processing Bad News
How Your Mind, Under Stress, Gets Better At Processing Bad News
in Fear and Worry by Tali Sharot
Some of the most important decisions you will make in your lifetime will occur while you feel stressed and anxious.…
Get Your Future Back by Becoming a Hope-filled Optimist
Get Your Future Back by Becoming a Hope-filled Optimist
in Yourself by Beverly M. Breakey
Nobody wants to feel hopeless. There are some who attach themselves to it because they know nothing else. Even people…
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How Sibling Bonds Protect Kids Against Fighting Parents
in Friendship by Sandra Knispel
Strong sibling bonds can offset the negative effects of parental strife, according to a new study.
Seeing Your World From Another's Perspective
Seeing Your World From Another's Perspective
in Life Changes by Carlos Warter, M.D., Ph.D.
At some fairly early point in our lives, we solidify our perspective -- the way we look at the world -- into a filter…
It's Springtime and The Time of Rebirth: How's Your Inner Garden?
How's Your Inner Garden and Your Inner Rose?
in Yourself by Marie T. Russell
Our subconscious is a truly wonderful partner. It finds many ways to communicate with us. The other morning, I found…
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Horoscope Current Week: July 9 to 15, 2018
in Horoscope by Pam Younghans
This weekly astrological journal is based on planetary influences, and offers perspectives and insights to assist you…
Cultivating Inner Silence Through Daily Meditation
Cultivating Inner Silence Through The Practice Of Daily Meditation
in Meditation by Kavitha Chinnaiyan, MD
Despite the seeming explosion of meditation in modern culture, there seems to be a lot of confusion about what it is,…
How Anticipating Stress Messes Up Memory And Your Day
How Anticipating Stress Messes Up Memory And Your Day
in Fear and Worry by Katie Bohn
Starting your morning by focusing on the stress to come may harm your mindset throughout the day, according to a new…
Is It Good or Bad? Are You Happy or Unhappy?
Is It Good or Bad? Are You Happy or Unhappy?
in Happiness & Success by Barbara Berger
An emotion is something we attach to an event and it arises as a result of our interpretation of the event. This…
How What We Do Comes Back To Us
Actions and Consequence: How What We Do Comes Back To Us
in Personal Development by Andrew Weiss
Our actions have consequences. Most of the time, we are unaware of any except perhaps the most immediate of these…
Making Space for Individual and Collective Grief
Making Space for Individual and Collective Grief
in Life Changes by Jalaja Bonheim, PhD.
Grief is an important emotion. Not an easy one, but it’s how we digest the experience of loss and transform it into…
What The Aztecs Can Teach Us About Happiness And The Good Life
What The Aztecs Can Teach Us About Happiness And The Good Life
in Happiness & Success by Sebastian Purcell
In the spring semester of the school year, I teach a class called ‘Happiness’. It’s always packed with students…
You’ve Got Some Kind Of Symptom: Now What?
You’ve Got Some Kind Of Symptom: Now What?
in Fear and Worry by Martin Brofman
Okay. You’ve got some kind of symptom. Whether you consider it to be the result of an accident, some organism, or just…
Young Drivers Don't Know How To Be Safe Around Trucks - Here's How To Teach Them
Young Drivers Don't Know How To Be Safe Around Trucks - Here's How To Teach Them
in Performance by Nicki Wragg
Transport experts have warned that rising inner city populations and demand for new infrastructure could lead to more…
What Are The Lessons Within Your Impulse To Anger?
What Are The Lessons Within The Anger Impulse?
in Anger Management by Gary Quinn
Anger is more often than not a symptom of profound disappointment. In many cases, it can also represent a feeling of…
Are Millennials Lazy Whiners Or Victims Of Circumstance?
Are Stereotypes About The Millennial Generation True?
in Performance by Michael Hobbes
Writer Michael Hobbes says there are too many stereotypes about millennials. So, there are three things that every…
Where Is This Coming From? What Is The Bottom Line?
Where Is This Coming From? And What's The Bottom Line?
in Performance by Marie T. Russell
When something is taking place and you don't feel in harmony within yourself, ask yourself one simple question: "Where…
Sex, Religion And Envy – How Freud And Jung’s Frenetic Friendship Tore Itself Apart
Sex, Religion And Envy – How Freud And Jung’s Frenetic Friendship Tore Itself Apart
in Friendship by Sam Dresser
In 1906, the young Swiss psychiatrist Carl Jung received a collection of essays from none other than the founder of…
Is Your Personality Making You Sick?
Is Your Personality Making You Sick?
in Behavior Modification by Carol Ritberger, Ph.D.
Hippocrates, the father of Western medicine, proposed that there were four distinct personality types. His theory was…
Why Do Kids Lie, And Is It Normal?
Why Do Kids Lie, And Is It Normal?
in Parenting by Penny Van Bergen and Carol Newall
Children typically begin lying in the preschool years, between two and four years of age. These intentional attempts at…
Removing Abandonment Masks and Ego Projections
Removing Abandonment Masks and Ego Projections
in Relationships by John Randolph Price
A consciousness of abandonment may begin in early childhood with the death or divorce of a parent, the father taking a…
How Technology Is Changing Sex
How Technology Is Changing Sex
in Sexuality by Dave Parry
As the TV series Westworld wraps up its second season, the show continues to spark discussion about a potential future…
If You Can Only Do One Thing For Your Children?
If You Can Only Do One Thing For Your Children?
in Parenting by Ameneh Shahaeian and Cen Wang
Whenever you get a chance, even if it’s only ten minutes, engage in shared reading activities.
The Law of Least Effort is the Fourth Spiritual Law of Success
The Law of Least Effort is the Fourth Spiritual Law of Success
in Performance by Deepak Chopra
Least effort is expended when your actions are motivated by love, because nature is held together by the energy of…
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Horoscope Previous Week: July 2 to 8, 2018
in Horoscope by Pam Younghans
This weekly astrological journal is based on planetary influences, and offers perspectives and insights to assist you…
July 2018: Truth Found in Darkness
July 2018: Truth Found in Darkness
in Horoscope by Sarah Varcas
July is a month of deep inner movement which, like a quake far below the earth’s crust, may well shake foundations, but…
Afraid of Fear? Don't Be! Fear Is Positive and Useful
Afraid of Fear? Don't Be! Fear Is Positive and Useful
in Fear and Worry by Julia Cameron
If you'll pardon the levity, most of us are afraid of fear. We think it's a bad thing. Because so many of our…
8 Steps for Powerful Connection and Engagement
8 Steps for Powerful Connection and Engagement
in Communication by Susan Ann Darley
I was raised on “don’t hurt other people’s feelings — be nice.” The concept of setting personal boundaries was foreign…
Trusting Love: Living An Ordinary Life In An Extraordinary Way
Trusting Love: Living An Ordinary Life In An Extraordinary Way
in Behavior Modification by Maresha Donna Ducharme
Trusting love is a radical severance from one’s preferences, addictions, and obsessions. It is a persevering…
Women Show Sexual Preference For Tall, Dominant Men
Women Show Sexual Preference For Tall, Dominant Men
in Sexuality by Beatrice Alba
The old cliché tells us the most desirable men are “tall, dark, and handsome” – and scientific research confirms that…
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What Makes People Distrust Science? Surprisingly, Not Politics
in Attitude Adjustments by Bastiaan T Rutjens
Today, there is a crisis of trust in science. Many people – including politicians and, yes, even presidents – publicly…
Be "Here" Totally, Rather Than Stressing About Later
Be "Here" Totally, Rather Than Stressing About The Past or The Future
in Mindfulness by Eckhart Tolle
Are you stressed? Are you so busy getting to the future that the present is reduced to a means of getting there? Stress…
Business for Lovers and Authentic Communicators
Business for Lovers and Authentic Communicators
in Communication by Alan Cohen
I invite you to extend your circle of authentic conversations to include not just lovers, but people you encounter in…
Separation as a Powerful Relationship Tool
Separation as a Powerful Relationship Tool
in Couples by Barry Vissell
Taking time apart from a loved one is often thought of as the end of the relationship. But after 53 years together, and…
Spells, Charms, Erotic Dolls And Love Magic In The Ancient Mediterranean
Spells, Charms, Erotic Dolls And Love Magic In The Ancient Mediterranean
in Sexuality by Marguerite Johnson
It was a well-kept secret among historians during the late 19th and early 20th centuries that the practice of magic was…
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