- Author:Vicky Ross
- Publisher:KatGab Publishers (November 2011)
- Pages:299 pages
- Subcategory:Personal Transformation
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Nevertheless, the vast majority, despite all the books read and gurus encountered, is still completely lost and without any clue to why things are the way they are. After decades dedicated to finding answers to all and every. After decades dedicated to finding answers to all and every single life problem, including the meaning of life and death, I have achieved a ground of understanding that even I didn't believe to be possible. Read whenever, wherever. Your phone is always with you, so your books are too – even when you’re offline.
Take the time to understand your life’s purpose or move toward that if you don’t know what it is. Your values and your strengths are a good guide toward figuring out your life’s purpose.
How? In part, by simply making the effort to monitor the workings of your . First, recall the hurt. Then empathize and try to understand the act from the perpetrator's point of view
How? In part, by simply making the effort to monitor the workings of your mind. In his book, Authentic Happiness, University of Pennsylvania psychologist Martin Seligman encourages readers to perform a daily "gratitude exercise. It involves listing a few things that make them grateful. This shifts people away from bitterness and despair, he says, and promotes happiness. Then empathize and try to understand the act from the perpetrator's point of view. Be altruistic by recalling a time in your life when you were forgiven.
A belief has power, assigned through thoughts and emotions. How do you know whether your beliefs serve you? Your reality is an indicator. When repeated often, it occupies space in your mind, producing powerful emotions. Beliefs are formed between the ages two and six, an impressionable time. It is the meaning we ascribe to the events, not the event itself that fuels the belief. The following are four steps to change a belief as outlined in author Ray Dodd’s book: The Power of Belief. 1. Practise Awareness. There comes a time in your life when you have to choose to turn the page, write another book or simply close it. ― Shannon L. Alder.