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Catharsis: Find Your Truth Through Writing

CatharsisHave you ever felt unresolved because you just couldn’t find the proper words to articulate your thoughts or do you fear meeting new people, but can’t figure out why? Maybe you can’t commit to anything and have chronic nightmares of failure. Can you imagine what’s happening to your spirit with each oppressed emotion? Maybe this will help. Stop. Breathe. Write.

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Time Obsessed? Connect with the Present Moment

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Time is one of the most popular, written about topics worldwide. On every corner of the planet people are still trying to solve the mystery of managing time. Could it be that as a whole, we have created an illusion that does not truly exist, and that through an untamed mind have conjured up an unnecessary obsession with time? Even philosophers, Gottfried Leibniz and Immanuel Kant wrote, “time is neither an event nor a thing, and thus is not itself measurable.”

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Let Your Emotions Mature

Emotions“Train a child in the ways he should go, even when he is old he will not depart from it.” Proverbs 22:6

Last night I made a beautiful connection with God. The feeling was a familiar and strong sense of self. I felt alive and happy tears effortlessly streamed down my face. I felt loved and I knew all was well. I closed my eyes, took deep breaths and pulled my consciousness into the present moment – that is where I found God. It was such a strong feeling of complete wellbeing. During that experience, I discovered a new perspective: Our emotions is a child.

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Don’t Beat Yourself Up

best_d9fcc97e558cfb8ff803_Woman_hugsIt’s easier to have compassion for a friend, but when it comes to ourselves – where’s the love? Many people tend to be harder on themselves because it’s a motivation tactic, but researchers say that it may not be a healthy strategy to achieving goals. While many of us are definitely our own worst critic; Kristin Neff, Ph.D., a professor of psychology at the University of Texas at Austin and the leading researcher in the growing field of self-compassion says, “Having compassion for oneself is really no different than having compassion for others.”

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