Tag: internal growth

What do you see when you think about the things that have changed in your life

When you think about the things that have changed in your life, what do you see? Do you stop to notice the types of traits you’ve acquired, some of the changes that have taken place to other traits that you thought would always be the same? Do you stop to see the transformation that has taken place within following what you’ve experienced outside of you through life?

What do you believe in and how do you handle the opposite?

Handling those things that are opposite of what we believe in comes as a challenge because of their closeness to who we are and how we would like to lead our life, etc. This is why they are the most challenging to understand; but also why they are what open us up to our deepest inner self, which in turn allows us to make humongous strides when it comes to self-completion and life harmony.

Dealing with family friction and finding the hidden lessons that lead to harmony

After writing the blog post on dealing with unpleasant ego driven people, it came to mind how much harder this is when the situation involves a loved one. It’s easier to remove yourself and take an objective look at the person you’re dealing with when the individual isn’t someone who’s a part of your day to day life and…

How do you find peace in your life?

If you would like to discuss or comment in my Google+ Community ‘Inspiring Human Potential’ click here: How do you find peace in your life? If not I have copy and pasted it down below 🙂 Can’t wait to hear your thoughts! Thank you!   “You find peace not by rearranging the circumstances of your

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10 Sources of Motivation or Not

Have you ever wondered what motivates you?  What motivates humanity?  How is it that some people are so energetic, full of life, excitement, and successful at what they do?  It’s quite complex, yet simple: love of life, hope when hardships are faced, faith in themselves and their purpose for existing. The above 3 sources of

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The Contradictions of Man

” … But powerful as the sexual drive and all its derivations are, they are by no means the most powerful forces within man and their frustration is not the cause of mental disturbance.  The most powerful forces motivating man’s behavior stem from the condition of his existence, the “human situation.”     Man cannot live

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