Well done to all of us, we are through another week and a step nearer to finding our feet again after our grief. As always on a Sunday here are some articles that can help with our depression and our feeling of loss
Relax presents â€śBad peopleâ€ť are everywhere, maybe not! posted at The Wise Curve, saying, “You can live on the wise curve if you choose to improve your soft skills and interact with others positively. Itâ€™s also good to learn to tolerate all kinds of people and accept that people are diverse”
Stephen Martile presents Should you Visualize in the 1st or 3rd person? posted at FreedomEducation.ca by Stephen Martile, saying, “What do you think? Should you Visualize in the 1st or 3rd person? Both methods are valuable and helpful for different reasons – but if you use the wrong method at the wrong time, youâ€™ll be well into your next lifetime before you manifest what you want.”
Aparna presents Your personal bill of rights posted at Beauty and Personality Grooming, saying, “This thought-provoking personal bill of rights that every woman should be aware of was forwarded to me by an old friend. Go over it again and again and let it be etched deep in your memory.
MY PERSONAL BILL OF RIGHTS
I have the right to make my own choices.
I have the right to follow my own values and standards,
as long as I am not abusive towards others.
I have a right to dignity and respect.”
Broderick Allen presents Suspend Disbelief posted at Broderick Allen – Personal Growth and Enjoying Life’s Journey.
Dr Martin Russell presents Serious Illness And Trauma – Support For The Carers posted at Dr Martin W. Russell, saying, “I saw a story on TV about a guy who is now a sit-down/stand-up comedian, professional speaker, and the first paraplegic skydiver in Australasia.”
Chris Edgar presents Let Go Of Responsibility For Your Ideas posted at Purpose Power Coaching, saying, “One of the most liberating realizations Iâ€™ve had in my life is that Iâ€™m not responsible for my ideas. In other words, I can do very little to make myself become creative, except for keeping my mind open to receiving insights, and writing them down as they come up. In this post, Iâ€™ll talk about how I came to this perspective, and how it can give us more peace and productivity in our work.”
Jeremy J. Ulmer presents How to be your best, Don’t hold back posted at Sales Coaching | Business Coaching | Life Coaching, saying, “Thank you”
Fiona King presents 101 Ways to Live More Spiritually and Purposefully, Everyday posted at Christian Colleges.
Daylle Deanna Schwartz presents Law of Attraction in Action: Negative News posted at Lessons from a Recovering DoorMat, saying, “Though the economy is creating a negative environment, you can keep your own little corner of the world positive.”
>The pray without ceasing experiment posted at Money in the Bible | Christian Personal Finance Blog, saying, “Adding more prayer to our lives is always a good thing!”
Naren Ghimire presents Meditation: The Ultimate Transformation posted at Spiritual Pub, saying, “Meditation is simply a process â€“ a process of spiritual growth that will ultimately lead you to the supreme consciousness. This article offers some important steps and invaluable insights while proceeding into meditation.”
Great Management presents Why Traditional Goal Setting Doesn’t Work posted at Great Management, saying, “If you have a $100,000,000.00 in the bank, drive the new Jaguar, look like a movie star and have a perfect health – save yourself some time and do not read this article. This article is for people, who don’t have all these things…”
Erin Pavlina presents The Inner Workings of a Mastermind Group posted at Erin Pavlina’s Blog, saying, “Since I think Mastermind Groups are a wonderful tool for personal growth and connection, Iâ€™d like to share some of the details about how my group works which will help you form and run your own group.”
Silicon Valley Blogger presents Stuck In A Rut? How Change Does a Mind and Body Good posted at The Digerati Life, saying, “Thank you!”
Felix presents Are You a Dreamer? posted at Fulfilled Dreams, saying, “Dreamers have always been the saviors of the world. People, going through tough times, are feeding on the dreamersâ€™ vision. To want means to obtain. To have aspirations means to achieve them…”
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