By Alyssa Nobriga M.A. Learn to use your mind so it doesn’t use you. Anxiety is only ever a thought the mind creates about the future. It’s a wake-up call to question the stories we have unconsciously believed. The same principles that apply to meditation also apply to life, so as you learn to work … Continue lendo How to Meditate to Reduce Anxiety
by Kirstie Pursey If you are an old soul, you may often ask yourself deep questions about what it is to be human, what your life purpose might be and who you truly are. An old soul often feels nostalgic for something they are not sure exists and homesick for a place they can hardly remember. … Continue lendo 5 Deep Questions Every Old Soul Has Asked Themselves
By Margaret Paul, Ph.D. The ways that our ego wounded self goes about trying to create safety in relationships generally have the opposite result. Discover what really creates an inner sense of safety. One of the main purposes of our wounded self is to create a sense of safety. The wounded self goes about creating … Continue lendo Want to Feel Safe in Your Relationships? Take Risks!
By Kirstie Pursey There are 12 archetypes which have been appearing in stories and myths all over the world since the beginning of time. Carl Jung defined 12 archetypes that symbolize basic human motivations, as well as drive our desires and goals. These archetypes resonate with us so much that we continue to tell stories … Continue lendo What Are the 12 Archetypes and Which One Dominates Your Personality
By Tim O'Reilly If we let machines put us out of work, it will be because of a failure of imagination and the will to make a better future! “Could a machine do your job?” ask Michael Chui, James Manyika, and Mehdi Miremadi in a recent McKinsey Quarterly article, Where Machines Could Replace Humans and Where … Continue lendo Don’t Replace People. Augment Them.