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How to Fit Meditation into a Busy Life

Meditation is a calming practice that reduces stress, improves concentration, and increases self-awareness. It plays an important role to ensure that we are in a stable state of mind despite emotional shifts and challenges faced on a daily basis. As a result, many people have made meditation part of their

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An Introduction To Meditation

You may have heard of mediatation, you may be curious as to what meditation is? maybe you have heard some things that are simply not true about meditation. Whatever your thoughts around the topic here are mine and my experience of meditation , what it is and is not and

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How To Develop A Positive Mindset

Every self-help guru will tell you, “Attitude is altitude!” They say things like, “Change your mind and you change your life,” and “Once you replace negative thoughts with positive ones, you’ll start having positive results.” They profess that how you think creates your reality. If you want a different reality

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5 Benefits of Being a Positive Thinker

Being an optimist is not easy. Many people give into doubt and negative thoughts quite easily, especially in the wake of insurmountable odds or failure. However, you can make the choice to have a more positive outlook toward life and nurture this attitude until it becomes an ingrained personal trait.

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How to Identify Negative Thoughts

Negative thinking is a common psychological challenge that many people develop. All too often than not, it can have a devastating impact on all aspects of life. But, what exactly are negative thoughts? Well, negativity refers to perceptions or attitudes that work against you and make your life worse in

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Are You An All Or Nothing Person?

All-or-nothing thinking is one of the many negative thought patterns known as cognitive distortions. It goes by many other names such as splitting as well as ‘black & white’ or polarized thinking. This type of flawed thinking means that a person sees things in black or white. For example, you

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