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Everyone is advised to practice social distancing amid this pandemic. While everyone is busy trying to ease into the new normal, there is one aspect of this virus that made it seemingly impossible for some people to survive.
Being in isolation is one of the best ways to prevent the virus from spreading, but isolation is also the key that opens the doors to various mental health concerns. Indeed, the coronavirus pandemic has put a lot of people in a difficult position. But do they have to feel alone?
Helping someone up is one of the most rewarding things you can do in this lifetime. It is when they are down that people appreciate all the help they could get. While everyone desires to stay healthy at this time, the pandemic has just made everyone vulnerable, making it all the more difficult for people to show they are caring for you.
But when everyone is asked to stay in their homes, who will take care of...
Have you heard about intermittent fasting? It's an eating plan that is slowly gaining popularity among health enthusiasts because it has helped many people lose weight. The basic idea is that you make a switch between fasting and eating healthy on a regular schedule.
While intermittent fasting may sound like a 24-hour fast weight loss program, it can help reverse some lifestyle diseases and improve heart health. But how is it done? Is it safe for everyone?
Most diet plans tell you what to eat and what not to eat, but intermittent fasting changes the name of the game. It's a diet plan that tells you when to eat what you want to eat.
When you follow an intermittent fasting schedule, you are allowed to eat what you want within a given time frame. Intermittent fasting results in 2 weeks are usually astounding, and you'll be glad to know you tried it for yourself.
Fasting means not eating for a certain...
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A few months ago we published a video called "The Parable of the Ego", and we were amazed by the response it received from you! In the comments on that video, we saw so many different interpretations about what the nature of the Ego really was! And so, we decided to make a video about it, what is the Ego, and where does the concept come from?
Watch the Parable of the Ego here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C4vg6ongzJE
This video was created by Team Spirit Connect with the team at https://spiritsciencecentral.com/about
Noam, Gil G; Hauser, Stuart T.; Santostefano, Sebastiano; Garrison, William; Jacobson, Alan M.; Powers, Sally I.; Mead, Merrill (February 1984). "Ego Development and Psychopathology: A Study of Hospitalized Adolescents". Child Development. Blackwell Publishing
Sigmund Freud (1933)....
How do you overcome grief? Learning how to comfort another person who is dealing with a loss can be quite challenging, but nothing is more formidable than dealing with your loss. Wanting to comfort yourself at this time seems impossible to do.
But what if there is nothing that you can do to lift your spirits? What if you feel so lost that the fear of losing a loved one has just overwhelmed you? At this point in your life, when it seems no one else is there to help, it is a must that you know how to be your own best friend.
What do you say to someone who is grieving to give them comfort at this difficult time? If the thought challenges you, you can only imagine what the people around you may be going through.
Although they want to help, they find it challenging. The bereaved are going through a lot, and their struggles are simply unimaginable. They are dealing with intense emotions, depression,...
How do you teach yourself to forgive? While it may be quite tough to forgive others for what they did and did not do, it is nothing compared to how difficult it is to forgive yourself. But the secret to living a better life is to learn to forgive yourself for feeling guilt over past mistakes. That’s the only way you can truly move on.
Forgive yourself. It is one of the easiest things to say, but so much harder to do. People can mess up sometimes, and it could lead to destructive behaviors. While you may be overwhelmed with feelings of guilt, shame, and humiliation, you need to learn to forgive yourself.
Experts believe that if such negative feelings are not dealt with accordingly, they could make you suffer from unwanted mental and physical diseases like depression, anxiety, and heart disease.
None of which truly leads to a happy life.
What is guilt? It is the feeling that bothers you from the...
Does it feel like the grass is always greener on the other side? It is the most fitting description of how you feel whenever you go online and check out your social media accounts. Whether you admit to it or not, social media's glossy pages make you fall into the pit of the comparison trap.
Everyone who goes online only shares their highlights, excluding every mundane experience they consider ugly. The endless scrolling will make you wonder how to live a better life. It leaves you thinking that your life is not as good as theirs.
But should you even be comparing yourself to everything that you see on Instagram? The straight, no sugar-coating answer to this is NO.
Even the savviest person in social media could not help but compare their lives to those seen online. Everyone seems to be perturbed by the picture of "perfection" projected by every social media user.
The biggest problem in online...
Written By Joe G. Santos
There is no doubt that life is a beautiful thing. Every day, we are graced with experiencing the gift of existence, and through our individual spiritual journeys, we learn to be more discerning of all the blessings presented to us by the Universe.
Yet, a common pitfall we experience through our sojourn through life is expecting all of these blessings to only come in the ways that feel good to us. Sometimes we forget that blessings come in the form of harsh lessons, the loss of something dear, the stress of everything's overwhelming constant motion, or even through a "nemesis."
As much as the word "nemesis" today is associated with an enemy or an oppositional force, Greek Mythology equates Nemesis with a goddess. Nemesis can be thought of as the goddess of Karma, Balance, or Retribution. Instead of oppositional, think of her as the embodiment of cause and effect. Although her lessons many times (if not most) come in the form of punishment for...
Do you believe in the power of the stars? What does your life horoscope say? People who continue to believe in astrology's power and how it affects their lives are why its practice is seeing a resurgence. Millennials who believe that astrology is a science make the practice stronger than it has ever been.
Instead, astrology is about the meeting of the mind, the body, and the spirit. It is gaining popularity in recent years because people choose to believe in the power that it brings out in each one of us.
It is the power to shape our lives how we want it to be. In this age of uncertainty, perhaps astrology is the only practice that gives us hope that we are still in control of our lives at the end of the day.
Astrology is currently enjoying a lot of...
Does money bring happiness? You hear people say over and over again that money can't buy you happiness. In truth, many wealthy people dealing with alcoholism, addiction, and depression could tell you that this is true.
You may have experienced it yourself when you received the last bonus, but it didn't make you happy at all. True happiness, after all, is not something that money can buy. Splurging on a new cell phone or buying yourself a car would make you happy for a moment, and then the feeling fades away.
But what if someone tells you that your perception of money and what it can buy is obsolete? What if someone can show you the right way of spending money so that it can buy you your happiness?
Before you give up on the thought of money as a source of your happiness or pleasure, you should be aware of the various research that shows how much money can buy people their joy.
Money can buy you happiness,...
The performance review season proves to be one of the most dreaded times of managers. It is not just about the bulk of work that needs to be done. The fear comes from the sheer exhaustion of dealing with defensive people.
Writing reviews and giving feedback takes a lot of time, and it can be particularly anxiety-inducing when you have an emotional person in your team. It's like a challenge that has become tougher over the years.
How do you deal with people who may cry, yell, or get defensive during the review?
The review of a performance does not only aim to improve the overall performance of the company. It is about putting a system in place that will allow every member of the company to contribute to its overall success.
Learning how to give good feedback should be the priority of every manager. It is about treating each member of the team as a valuable entity in the overall process. More than that, good...