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Healing from the Inside Out - Writing Therapy for Childhood Traumas

Healing from the Inside Out – Writing Therapy for Childhood Trauma

I was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis (MS) in my late thirties and lost not only my mobility but also the normal energy levels I needed to maintain a successful career. I had to close down my business and stay at home until I finally found an effective therapy which turned my life around. This “treatment” involved writing about the trauma of my childhood and off-loading the accumulated stresses of life onto a blank page every morning. It was simple and yet deceptively powerful; I started to feel the benefit almost immediately as symptoms reduced and energy levels soared. Since then I’ve discovered that writing therapy (also known as expressive writing or journaling) has the backing of many doctors and psychologists. Its healing effects have been measured scientifically,...

Powerful Steps To Become A Positive Thinker In Life

Powerful Steps To Become A Positive Thinker In Life

Positivity is infectious. When you’re around positive people you start to feel as if you can take on the world, like you can do anything. However, thinking positive in life isn’t as easy as some may believe it is. It takes time to rewire your mind to think positive over the hardest of situations. If you’ve always been a pessimistic in your life and you want to change it around and start to be the optimistic friend or family member, this expert guide will give you the powerful steps to become a positive thinker in life. Let’s get started. Ways To Bring Positive Thinking In Your Life Understand All Problems Come With A Solution During life, you’ll encounter many challenging and sometimes overwhelming problems that you may feel...

Mind The Supreme Healer

Mind The Supreme Healer

The first aspect of one’s consciousness is the conscious mind or objective mind. It is the mind which perceives sense objects and self-perceives its own thoughts and emotions. If one uses it with presence and awareness, it becomes the guardian at the door of the subconscious mind, ensuring that only wanted and empowering messages are allowed through. The subconscious mind on the other hand, is an incredibly powerful program that runs every aspect of one’s life automatically and without any need for any conscious input. In the subconscious mind are stored all one’s beliefs about reality and all the habitual tendencies which manifest as intuitions, tendencies to feel joy and sorrow and to react in a certain way to any given event. Basically all aspects of one’s waking...


101 Wellness Tips

Wellness is the dynamic process of working toward achieving your maximum potential in each dimension of wellness. Dimensions of wellness include social wellness, occupational wellness, spiritual wellness, physical wellness, intellectual wellness, financial wellness, and community and environmental wellness. All aspects of wellness are intertwined. Small, simple changes to your everyday habits can make a big difference in how you feel, look and function. For example, exercise is not only heart-healthy, it also reduces stress. Although we will never be able to eliminate the stress of life, research shows that it’s how we deal with stress that counts. The goal isn’t perfection: its balance. Try incorporating some of the tips found here and feel the difference! The links below provide suggestions for activities that contribute to wellness, including...


My 5-Step Formula for Thriving this Holiday Season

By Cyndi Lynne At some point, do you find yourself just trying to survive the holidays? That was my plan for many years until my "survival scheme" left me sick and in bed for the first week of January. I was always very excited about a few special events, then my calendar would start to fill with work obligations, school programs and distant relatives passing through town. I'd rationalize, it's only a couple weeks. But if you're like most of me, you feel the start of the holiday season somewhere around mid-November. So by the time we ring in the New Year, that's more than six weeks of so-called survival. I'm sure I should have prioritized better, but each event crept in, one at a time, and I...

Positive Thinking Not Working? Try This Instead

If you’re struggling to master the art of positive thinking just know that it rarely works. Much has been written about the power of positive thinking but it requires a lot of effort and, most of the time, it offers very few results. There is another way that actually works in creating the change you’d like to have in your life, and here are four practical tools you can use to start creating that change today: Release Your Thoughts What if all of the thoughts, feelings, and emotions that you have aren’t even yours? Actually, 98% of the thoughts, feelings, and emotions that you are experiencing don’t even belong to you. We are all like psychic radios picking up on everyone around us. It’s no wonder all of your...


Do This 10-Second Math Problem and You’ll Never Procrastinate Again

This research-backed trick will help motivate you to start working toward your goals TODAY BY KRISTEN DOMONELL Whip out your calculator when you set your goals: Counting the number of days until your deadline may help you make progress sooner, suggests new research from University of Southern California. Researchers asked people when they thought they should start saving money for life events like retirement. The study participants were told that the event was either years away—say, 18—or days away—6,570. The people who knew the number of days planned to start saving four times sooner than those who thought of their goals as years away. That’s because counting down the days—even if it’s thousands of them— makes the future feel close and in need of current attention, explains lead researcher...

The power of saying no

The Power of Saying NO! Reclaim Your Life Back!

Why is it so difficult to say “no”? It’s easy to become overwhelmed with crazy days and crowded calendars.  Even so, many of us feel badly when we have to deny a request.  Here are seven ways to regain some control of your time while maintaining your personal integrity. News Flash!  When someone makes a request of you, you don’t have to respond immediately.  If someone insists on an immediate commitment, perhaps they are actually making a demand rather than a request. They are demonstrating that they do not respect you or your time, so that “should” be  an easy no, but even then, actually saying the word is not always easy. Reply that you will check your calendar and get back to them by a specific time....