Archive for the ‘Emotional Intelligence’ Category

What does the voice in your head say to you?

  Previously, we’ve been looking at how the mind operates and dispelling ideas of its complexity. We’ve been taking this approach because when we look at the simplicity of the mind, we see more clearly that we have the power and authority to handle the mind and thus have it serve us rather than becoming […]

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Don’t Suppress Say Yes… and become President?

  We say “Yes” a lot when we are releasing. Lester discovered that saying “No” just causes us to suppress our feelings — and this just leads to unhappiness. So we say yes to pain, yes to fear, yes to anger, yes to the ego… yes to whatever we are resisting. The more we can […]

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What does “subconscious” mean?

  We’ve all heard about the subconscious mind and maybe even have developed some sort of vague picture of what it is… usually in the form of an iceberg looming underwater. In a previous post, we began to explore what the mind is with the intent to unravel myths about the mind’s complexity. Now, we’re […]

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How does the mind work?

  Since the beginning of time, man has been trying to figure out the mind. Psychology and psychiatry have accumulated endless material trying to explain it. So, by all reason it seems that the mind is an infinitely complicated instrument. After all, it’s an intangible thing that has the power to affect our lives in […]

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How Letting Go Of Figuring Things Out Swung Open the Doors to Infinite Possibilities

As a little girl, I clearly remember my mom telling me what a ‘smart’ child I was simply because I had a real knack for putting complicated puzzles together that were meant for kids much older than me. I felt very approved by my mom and decided that in order to have her approval, that […]

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