History confirms instances where our minds heal our bodies. How encouraging if such a technique can change how we feel and make us well. It’s called the placebo effect. Can it really make way for a better life? Let’s look at some situations and see how it works.
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Is there something you need to face? Maybe it’s losing a few extra pounds, or just finding ways to make a relationship work. There are so many challenges we face. Politics, crime, severe weather, business dealings and relationships are challenges always changing. To prevent stagnation, challenges that impact our space, and complicate our outlook need to be faced.
Grieving is difficult. We grieve losses of family and friends, and even our pets. Lost or stolen objects can also be a source for grieving. Such setbacks can take a toll in our quality of living. A flood of sadness, anger, guilt and sometimes fear interfere with our dreams and it becomes difficult to make rational decisions. Sadly, it takes time to manage the journey of loss, and to deal with the depression that follows.
We are either growing or withering. Not knowing yourself is like being blindfolded and asked to follow a trail to the path of somewhere. And, you will end up somewhere. Not knowing can create anxiety, sadness, low self esteem and difficulty in relationships.
The new year offers hope for a better life. We look forward to it with promises of a better life. Read how to make the best of what’s to come.
It’s the time of the year where many of us rush through the days wondering how to get everything done. Time seems limited and there are far too many things to do. Stress is at its height. This is the season where we crave good relationships and good food.
Think about how many times you may say to yourself “I have something you don’t have.” Most of the time we are not even aware of this self-serving message. What is it the temptation to silently boast? It’s called the EGO. Here’s a thought to spread a different message.
Are you able to identify how often you say or don’t say, do or don’t do things based on how you think things affect others? Can you identify a time you wouldn’t do something or say something for fear you would “hurt” someone’s feelings? Or perhaps, you respond in certain ways with hopes someone would like you or to potentially avoid situations to prevent someone from not liking you. We’ve all done it to some extent. So we go through life hoping to control the emotions and responses of those around us.
Do you find your sadness invading spaces where joy belongs? Or perhaps your sadness hides from you dampening your spirit without your awareness. In whatever way your sadness is lurking, read more to discover how you can lift the veil of sadness for happier functioning.
Are there times you feel stuck? You know there’s something or some direction for you however, you just don’t know how to get there. Here’s a technique that can deliver a welcoming release.