While panic and anxiety strikes have similar symptoms that there are gaps which you should know about. For example, an anxiety attack is a sudden surge of overwhelming fear and stress that always does occur without the obvious rationale and without caution. Continue reading “Understanding Anxiety and Panic Attacks in Easy Steps By Irfan Khan”
Happiness is a job inside of yourself, sadness is thinking that happiness is caused outside of yourself in some way, whether by “outer” wealth, “outer great” circumstances or by any “logical” means. With that reality, I begin this article. Our perceptions ultimately create our reality, not anything we “have” or “have not”. Continue reading “The Patient Building Of Life Within Yourself By Joshua Clayton”
Life Is A Process, Not An Event
I don’t know a single person who doesn’t have any fears, do you? Knowing this, it begs asking: What are your predominant fears? Are you aware of them? In order to live without fear, we must trust whatever outcome arises in life is perfectly orchestrated for our highest good. I’m reminded of a delightful tale by the late spiritual teacher and psychotherapist Anthony de Mello who explains that while fear protects us, it also keeps us trapped and insecure: “How shall I rid myself of fear?” “How can you rid yourself of what you cling to?” “You mean I actually cling to my fears? I disagree.” “Consider what your fear protects you from and you will agree! And you will see your folly.” Continue reading “If You Want To Live Without Fear, Trust That Every Outcome In Life Is Perfect By Tony Fahkry”
Your morning ritual is a special promise you make to yourself. And while the promise is important, it’s KEEPING that promise that builds self-trust and sustains you.
In solitude, and in the promises you make and keep, you craft a bridge between your essential self and the challenges you meet as you go about your day. Continue reading “Timely Tips for a Grounding, Refreshing and Energizing Morning Ritual By Paula Eder”
We are all self-hypnotized, each and every one of us in their own way, some more and some less, but we all have our constant thoughts, those repeated every day more or less continuously, and our constant beliefs, those for which we fight and defend. Our self-hypnosis is what we believe we are and we keep it stable and reinforce it, repeatedly reminding it to ourselves through recurring repetitions. I am this, I am that, I am rich, I am poor, I am invincible, I will never make it, money is the root of evil. Continue reading “We All Are Self-Hypnotized By Andrea Scarsi”