What if someone were to tell you that you think small? Perhaps you would react violently and maybe even try to defend yourself.
But then again, at the back of your mind, you can't help but agree. When was the last time you thought about how your actions affect the world? Did you think of the environment when you bought that coffee frappe from the coffee shop this morning? Did you consider the working conditions of sweatshops when you bought that cheap sweater?
There is something larger than life that people often overlook. The small mind is the one concerned only with themselves. They want what they want when they want it. They avoid doing things that may hurt them at the moment. They value themselves so much that the only fear they have is something that would strip them of their privileges.
Small thinking causes the suffering of a lot of people. People who think small tend to procrastinate, worry about what others think about them, and allow distractions...
We try to outline our lives the best way we can, but things won't always go according to plan. It can be a frustrating experience, especially if you already have expectations of how things will turn out. It's essential to learn how to deal with our expectations and our feelings of frustration whenever our plans don't work out as we hope they would.
In whatever way things may turn out for you, remember to keep your cool. Being calm is vital in having a clear mind so you can figure out why something happened or didn't happen as you hoped. You may then learn something about the experience and find a way to improve how you do things. This way, your expectations may be able to match the outcome.
If you're dealing with a lot of frustrations right now because of plans not working out, here are a few steps that may help you.
When things go wrong, don't lose your temper. Before you react, try to take some deep breaths and clear...
Have you been feeling low? Have you found yourself thinking, "Why am I so useless?" Have you felt like you can't meet other's expectations of you no matter what you do? That feeling of unworthiness is something that people experience from time to time.
First of all, you are not useless.
Second of all, you are not alone.
Often this feeling of unworthiness happens when you are unable to reach the unrealistic expectations that others have of you. You may also feel this way if you're unable to meet your own expectations.
For many of us, we feel the most unworthy when we become overwhelmed by the intense need to be accepted by another person, whether romantically or professionally. When we think they expect us to be one thing and we are not able to meet it, then we begin to feel unworthy. We start to feel like we don't deserve their love or affection. Moreso, we feel like we don't deserve their respect or admiration.
Are you plagued with feeling like you’re not good enough? Do you have a hard time forgiving yourself for past wrongs? Healing shame is the key to moving forward with your life. Can you get over the degradation that you are feeling right now? When it seems you are not good enough or not worthy enough of love, stop and take a moment to reflect.
How to get rid of guilt -- you ask yourself this question again and again. What are the negative parts of your being that make you feel bad about yourself? When you feel unworthy, it becomes harder to build successful relationships with others because you avoid connecting with them.
Perhaps your shame comes from your finances. How often do you feel like you are financially insecure? When it often feels like you have less, you know that the feeling is born out of your comparison of other people’s lives to yours. You feel like you have less because you see that others have more. But do they really have...
Lucy is a film about ascension, bridging the gap between theoretical human evolution, psychedelics, and spirituality. The film tells the story of a young woman who - having some powerful drugs released into her body, begins to rapidly unlock a greater capacity for understanding the secrets of the universe, and reveals to us what she learns along the way.
What is the first thing that you do when you wake up in the morning? Have you ever thought about your daily routine, and wonder what good comes of it? Perhaps, take a moment and do just that. May write about your daily routine if that helps you see everything you do. Think about how you go about your day, what you learn from each task, and what positive or negative things happen because of your daily decisions. Ask yourself, “What is wrong with my daily routine?” “What is good about my daily routine?” “Is my day-to-day helping me be my best self?”
Although these questions may seem too hard to ask yourself every day, it is vital to consider doing so on random occasions as not to fall negative or generally unhelpful routines. Keeping a routine can help a lot of people in their daily lives. However, sticking to that routine all the time hinders people from being as creative as they can be.
Sit down and write out your daily...
The Perks of Being a Wallflower is a story about the infinite layers between a person's ego and a person's soul, and in that, the self-discovery and expression of the soul through the connection we have with each other. Much of this coming of age story is centered around being an outcast in a world of sameness, telling us of uniqueness, individuality, and that each of us has the potential to live our best lives if we can just get out of our own way. While the story is based in 1991, it relates very well with most demographics of the last 40 years, minus all the mix-tapes, as much of the message is universal to our human consciousness today.
Making the quantum leap is the idea of moving your identity solely from the space of form and outcome into the dimension of possibilities.
So many of us want things that we do not have. Experiences. Relationships. Assets. Attention. Prestige.
Speaking pragmatically, whatever it is that you are TRULY desiring, you have the possibility of receiving. The act of your calling it into your experience - your expressing and feeling your desire for it - is one of the causal mechanisms for that experience to reveal itself to you.
The problem that we experience is that we make these requests - these desires - then look around and do not see it happening according to how our mind perceives it should. The solution is to make the quantum leap - to remove the need for the how and to more fully appreciate the part of you that exists eternally in the realm where all things are possible. We want to do this because we know that once we do, we will experience more of the life that we desire.
You are unboxing "foreplay" from the narrow-sighted, outcome-oriented perspective into one of consistently showing up - for yourself and your partner.
The masculine is many times represented by the straight line, getting from point A to Point B. Both men and women have this within them. It is the part of us that wants to accomplish and wants to achieve. Foreplay is not about doing something because you THINK your partner wants it so that you get something that you THINK that you wish to; it is more about romancing yourself.
It's like having someone ask you to have fun who is not having fun themselves. It just does not work.
Expressing the excitement for being in the moment with someone intimately, not just the leading-up-to energy.
It's about the journey, not the destination. This is the primary point. The entire concept can be answered here. If you are having a self-identified healthy amount of restorative sex, then the idea is how much deeper can that...
Around 5% to 10% of the world’s population has claimed to have experienced astral projection, according to the study of Cecelia’s Psychics. In fact, it is something that the US government has been interested in exploring. Given these facts, it’s only fair to wonder if this practice has any benefits to a person’s spirituality as a whole. So on that vein, are there any direct benefits to your growth if you are able to astral project?
The whole concept of astral projection is often compared to disassociation, according to Deganit Nuur, an Intuition Expert, which is why she says that it should be approached carefully and consciously. Astral Projection involves properly visualizing your astral cord which will serve as a link between your astral self and your physical body. So it is important that you do not attempt to astral project on your own. If you are able, it is best to seek out experts that can offer you tips and...