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Work-life balance: Tips to reclaim control

When your work life and personal life are out of balance, your stress level is likely to soar. Use these practical strategies to restore harmony. By Mayo Clinic staff There was a time when the boundaries between work and home … Continue reading

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101 Important Questions To Ask Yourself in Life

“The key to wisdom is knowing all the right questions.” – John Simone What questions do you ask yourself every day? Believe it or not, the kind of questions you ask determine the kind of life you lead. That’s because … Continue reading

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What is Skillful Emotionality?

SKILLFUL EMOTIONALITY refers to  the ability to: 1.  be aware of arising feelings and the thoughts that accompany them. 2.  be alert to sensations that suggest that evoked emotion is available. 3.  intentionally  access that emotion  and experience it thoroughly through … Continue reading

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Accepting Your Feelings

People respond to a personal crisis with many feelings: anger, anxiety, outrage, self doubt. They may be hostile – lashing out at those closest to them. Or, they may become moody and depressed. Their tension may show up as restlessness, … Continue reading

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Synopsis of the seminar-workshop “Secrets of Supreme Success”

Our seminar-workshop is design in such a way, where each and every of seminar-workshop participant:

= Practically discover and experience our inner dormant motivation, awareness and skills to fulfil our Natural desire via Balanced and Healthy lifestyle.
= Reawaken in our natural and eternal state of being, where we personally fulfil our most important desires and Enjoy Life fulfilled with a Happiness, Blissfulness and Knowledge Forever. Continue reading

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Benefits of Being A Volunteer

When you volunteer for a group, it benefits the group as well as the community you are in. It can also benefit you, the volunteer, in many ways. 🙂 Volunteering can teach you a new skill or develop one that … Continue reading

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The Benefits of Being a Volunteer

When you volunteer you can make a difference in people’s lives. Volunteers have literally saved people’s lives at times, literally and figuratively. Even a small difference can sometimes mean more to those you are helping than you realize. It can be good to know that you are making this difference. You can feel proud of yourself. You are being selfless and giving of your time. Continue reading

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The Genuine Smile or fake one?

Most people are surprisingly bad at spotting fake smiles. One possible explanation for this is that it may be easier for people to get along if they don’t always know what others are really feeling. Although fake smiles often look … Continue reading

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Means and Laws of Balanced and Healthy lifestyle

Now in internet quite hot topic is “Healthy Work-Life Balance” (In google.com find 6,820,000 articles in theme “Healthy Work-Life Balance” at 19 Now 2010). Other word, which can be used in this context – Wellness (generally used to mean a … Continue reading

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A Potential Spouse: 7 Important Qualities to Look For

Physically, psychologically and spiritually we will go through many changes in the natural course of our lives and our marital relationship may need to adapt accordingly. Yet some basic, vital qualities are present throughout all healthy marriages. Let’s look at … Continue reading

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In his laughter, there was something not of this world

There are many stories about the sage Hotei which reached enlightenment, his secret, he began to laugh. He lived after this for nearly thirty years, and laughed all these years. Even in his sleep – his disciples was sometimes heard … Continue reading

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The Scientific base of Personal Development

In order to provide evidence, that Personal Development or Self Improvement is scientific and not just sentimental things, for that we will discuss certain concepts, aspects and factors of Personal Development, as:
= 1st concept: Ability to delay our senses gratification is the key to any kind of success and ultimately the key to Supreme Success in our life.
= 2nd concept: Emotional intelligence can be developed to achieve our outstanding performance.
= 3rd concept: Be Proactive means ability to control our instant impulses for higher cause, which Dr. Stephen Covey describes in detail in His book “7 Habits of Highly Effective People”.

Who to develop our ability of control our self and control our six senses?
= Five concepts about our human mind from Yoga scriptures.
= Yoga tells us, that we can change our mind by changing our present environment.
= Human mind investigation from scientific point of view.
= Mass, Energy and Structure – 3 minimum scientific characteristics of any material object.
= Importance of Personal Responsibility for our Life in the Personal Development.
= Any Meaning can be Described in a Graphical system or/and in a Textual systems.

Modes of the nature described in simple way.
= Mind in the different modes of the nature.
= Concept of five state of our human mind in Yoga scriptures.

Environment impact on our physical and mental health and life together.
= One more scientific experiment with “mouse’s response to hard rock”, to show the environment impact on our mind and Personal Development.
= Drinks, Food, Time, Place, Association impact on our mind in more detail way.
= Violence in mass media products increase and represent modes of passion and ignorance in us and sociality all together.
= Intelligence – so helpful difference between human beings mind and ordinary animals mind.

Personal Development from Physiology science in different modes of nature.
= Sigmund Freud, the father of modern physiology, studies the Personal Development in mode of ignorance.
= Alfred Adler, disciple of Sigmund Freud, studies the Personal Development in mode of passion.
= Viktor Frankl, disciple of Sigmund Freud, studies the Personal Development in mode of goodness.

Three so influential psychological theories connection with modes of nature – ignorance, passion and goodness.
= We are human being and we are born free with freedom to choose – what we will do with our human life?
= Depending of our present conscious and voluntary choices about our associations, our life will be more and more direct:
– Towards stronger and stronger drive for sex enjoyments and mode of ignorance.
– Towards stronger and stronger drive for certain status and mode of passion.
– Towards stronger and stronger drive for the meaningful human life and mode of goodness.
= These three different paths of Self Development described in different ancient and modern, Eastern and Western scriptures, schools and spiritual practises.

By seeing and contemplate all this scientific base of Personal Development, we are responsible for our free choose. Are we will strive to have Happy, Blissful and Knowledge Life Forever or endless anxiety, frustration and depression?
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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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Different human life stages in different ages

John Gray* and others philosophers and spiritual leaders reflections the stages of human development, enabling us to clearly see each age period features. This leads us to rethink our mission and tasks of a given age period. If the period … Continue reading

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Four Principles of Community Building

Share by: H.H. Bhakti Tirtha in book “Swami Warrior III“ 1. Treat everyone you encounter as if the success of your spiritual life depends upon the quality of your interaction with them. 2. Reflect upon the person you love the … Continue reading

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Twelve Qualities of a Spiritual Warrior

Share by: H.H. Bhakti Tirtha in book “Swami Warrior III“ 1. Sense Control and Master of the Mind – An uncontrolled mind will be ones greatest enemy and salve of the senses. Regulating the senses and focusing the intellect stop … Continue reading

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8 questions to our self or 8 steps to overcoming mental and physical offences

All our life about Pleasing our Beloved ones, our respected ones, our Superiors… our in ultimate sense Pleasing Absolute Truth. If we have some sincere difficulties with someone else,  then mediator or third party can really help us balance our … 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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7 Habits of Highly Effective People by Stephen R. Covey

About the Author Stephen R. Covey STEPHEN COVEY is cofounder and vice chairman of Franklin Covey, a global professional services firm. Acknowledged by Time Magazine as one of the 25 most influential Americans, Dr. Covey is the author of seven … Continue reading

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Practical details of “Hour of Pure Love”

We can guess, that all of us, some more some less, have experience of such feelings, like not care for, not heard, not understand at all, rolled over, smash down, rejected, abandoned, discarded, poach, hurt, stigmatized, broken, left behind, misunderstood, … Continue reading

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