Category Archives: Physiology and Psychotherapy

Importance of Self Development

As individuals living in this fast moving society, it is crucial that we remain knowledgeable and competitive. What we know and how proficient we are in the skills that we have acquired determines our “market-value”, efficiency and competency level. It is therefore important that we “invest” in ourselves to constantly upgrade by continuously learning new skills or bettering those that we have already acquired. Continue reading

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Are You looking for a meaningful, Balanced and Healthy life?

We can see, anyone of us, every human being, some more and some less, are looking for a structured, Balanced and Healthy life, looking for meaningful human life, searching for Meaning of life in so many and different ways, according … Continue reading

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Means and Laws of Relationships Development and degradation

Ultimately each of us and every living entities looking to Genuinely Love some and be Loved by someone forever. It is our internal births rights to Love and be Loved forever. It is possible only if we relish Loving relationship … Continue reading

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Confidence, Trust, Faith, Surrender and its importance in our day-to-day life

 (Under construction – need to finish and make proper English) In day to day life, so often we use these term: Truce, Faith, Surrender, but it appears that it is not as obvious, as clear as it might seem … Continue reading

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Emotions, feelings and their discharge

Even the most intelligent and most lovely, caring people do not have power protect our partner, friend, child etc from unpleasant situations, emotions or/and feelings. There are people who are afraid of the darkness, of ghosts, from water, from the … Continue reading

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