When you choose to be happy yourself, you are more likely to contribute to the happiness of others. Which, of course, enhances the possibilities of more positive interactions in the future.
Though the effects of alternative treatments are hard to prove empirically (through traditional research methodology), there is ample anecdotal evidence (i.e., everyday experience) that they work for a significant number of people.
· 24. February 2016
“I am concerned that you may be experiencing pain, discomfort, confusion, loss, etc. If I have contributed to that emotional state, I take responsibility and will do what I can to return you to a more positive state.”
It’s not just a matter of whether you look at the cup as either half empty or half full. You have to take on a whole new perspective.
· 01. April 2015
To use positive language effectively, learn to imagine that you have positive energies within yourself.
· 25. March 2015
If you want to find joy in day-to-day living, you must invest energy in those goals. The journey begins with the RIGHT WORDS. Words start from thoughts.
· 24. March 2015
Teachers and parents need to be sensitive to what they say to children and how they say it. Beliefs and value systems are etched into the subconscious from childhood.
· 23. March 2015
The subconscious mind is not just a repository of memories. With the emotional energy that accompanies them, memories emerge as ‘scripts’ that determine how you react to current experiences.
· 05. March 2015
As the author of your own life, character development occurs as a process of reflection. If you are dis-satisfied with yourself, decide what you want and start writing your current chapter to accommodate that character.
· 27. February 2015
Anger need not reflexively mobilize the body for survival as if in a default life-threatening situation; on reflection, it may simply remind you to assert a positive sense of self to ensure that basic needs are met.