Archive for 'Mindfulness'

6 Lessons from a Poor Childhood That Lead to a Rich Life

6 Lessons from a Poor Childhood That Lead to a Rich Life

Just because you were poor as a child doesn’t mean you cannot succeed in the future. The Bible says the poor shall inherit the earth. This is probably because through their difficulties and struggles they learn great life lessons that make them stronger and more resilient to the many other challenges that come their way […]

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6 Ways To Relax Right Now

6 Ways To Relax Right Now

These days, we all live a fast paced and stressful lifestyle. People now a days are used to multitasking and staying up late trying to meet deadlines or reach certain goals. This is not a healthy way to live, physically nor emotionally. When stress seems to start creeping up on you, you should find a […]

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6 Things That Influence Your Dreams

6 Things That Influence Your Dreams

One of the greatest mysteries of the human mind is why we dream and what they mean. Although there are a lot of information out there about the meaning of dreams, there is no documented proof that they are accurate. But there is a scientific proof that some things in the real world directly influence […]

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5 Rules to a Happier Life

5 Rules to a Happier Life

Have you ever reflected on what you can do to have a happier life? Perhaps, you have thought about having a better job, working on your physical fitness, or travelling more to explore other places. Do you always compare your life to others’? We all that sometimes… and when we do, we only find envy […]

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Where True Happiness Comes From: How We Gain by Having Less

Where True Happiness Comes From: How We Gain by Having Less

Last Christmas my four year old son started drawing the toys he wanted to receive as gifts for Christmas. He showed us what he drew and said “These would make me happy!” We all smiled and tried to get him the kind of toy he asked for just to make him “happy.” As adults, we […]

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How to Turn Negative Emotions into your Greatest Advantage

How to Turn Negative Emotions into your Greatest Advantage

Most of us think that the key to happiness and success must be all about rainbows and glasses half full. Because of this, we tend to set aside and even suppress negative emotions. What people tend to forget is that sadness and other negative emotions are natural, they are part of our beautiful lives. When […]

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7 Ways to Cultivate a Deep Sense of Love for Yourself

7 Ways to Cultivate a Deep Sense of Love for Yourself

“You can be the most beautiful person in the world and everybody sees light and rainbows when they look at you, but if you yourself don’t know it, all of that doesn’t even matter. Every second that you spend on doubting your worth, every moment that you use to criticize yourself; is a second of […]

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Your Optimism Needs A Dose of Reality and Vice Versa

Your Optimism Needs A Dose of Reality and Vice Versa

Optimism has always been viewed as a good thing, when it comes to finding peace of mind and also in reducing stress. But too much of it has its disadvantages too. I guess this is what is meant by the saying “Too much of anything is bad.” Here are some reasons why your optimism needs […]

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Your Loving Presence Is Enough: Helping Someone Who’s Hurting

Your Loving Presence Is Enough: Helping Someone Who’s Hurting

When someone we care about is hurting, we sometimes feel helpless thinking we do not have the resources or the capability to make the person feel better. Most people would think that giving financial help is the only way to give support to a sick relative or friend. Some would think they have to make […]

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Forgiving In a Situation That Feels Unjust

Forgiving In a Situation That Feels Unjust

“The weak can never forgive. Forgiveness is the attribute of the strong.” – Mahatma Gandhi There was a point in my life when I was so full of rage and remorse. I was younger and it was so difficult for me to forgive and forget people who have hurt me. I have clung on to […]

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