Posts Tagged ‘treatments’

Want Your Life to Change? Here’s How You Can Do It

Are you great at learning and planning, but poor at executing your ideas? You’re far from alone. Most people seem to get more enjoyment from making grand plans than actually doing anything about them. We plan diets, businesses, and trips to climb mountains, but we rarely take any actual action. We’re thinkers, but not doers.…

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How to Retain More Information from the Books You Read

Have you ever read a book to learn something, but you don’t feel like you really remember what you read? It’s a common phenomenon. We learn lots of things in school, but we’re not taught how to read a book and retain the information. It’s an important skill to have. It can take quite a…

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Mindfulness, Meditation, and Vacuuming

Maybe you want the benefits of mindfulness, but you find it difficult to meditate. Your mind wanders or you feel uncomfortable sitting still. While you’re training yourself to meditate, there are other options you can try. Ordinary tasks like housework can be an opportunity for practising mindfulness. In fact, you may enjoy your chores more when…

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Is Negativity Holding You Back?

  Negativity always finds a way to creep up in your life from time to time. It’s when negativity builds up too much or shows up too often that you have an obstacle to overcome. A negative attitude can hold you back from truly living your life. However, you don’t need to feel stuck because…

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Gratitude: Taking Time to Reflect on What You Have

  If you ever get caught up in the hustle and bustle of life, you know how out of touch you can get with the things that really matter. But you actually have plenty of things to be grateful for, regardless of the circumstances in which you may find yourself. Each person has their own…

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Dealing With Your Mental Chatter

  We all have a constant companion that never shuts up. The mental chatter in our heads starts when we wake up and is still going when we go to sleep. It’s even active during our dreams. Unfortunately, this never-ending stream of thought can be damaging over time. Fortunately, with understanding and objectivity, the impact…

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The Proactive Path to Self-Care

    Do you only think about self-care when you’re already in trouble? You want to eat healthier because your doctor says you need to lower your cholesterol, or you decide to start meditating because job stress is keeping you up at night.   Self-care is more effective when it’s an ongoing part of your…

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Timmy the Timid Timber Fable

  Timmy the Timber was a log at the furniture manufacturing warehouse. One by one, Timmy saw his friends volunteer to be created into furniture by rolling themselves to the front of the storage facility and getting selected to make furniture. As one friend left, another one came in, and so the cycle of movement…

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The Opposite Ornament Sisters Fable

  Twin sisters Olivia and Olga Ornament couldn’t be more different! Only friends and family knew they were twin ornaments. Others didn’t have a clue because of how different they looked and behaved. At the end of every holiday, the Merry family would pack them away with all the other decorations. Olivia would ensure she…

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