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  • The Technology of Joy  By : Justin Mason
    What’s joy? The word pleasure catches an enormous number of good emotional reactions, including things like cheerfulness, serenity, confidence, and joy.
  • The Best Of Eastern And Western Psychology Combined To Reveal Roadmap To Financial Success  By : Gen Wright
    Mihir Thaker, executive and transformation coach, reveals the roadmap to financial transformation in his coaching program, the Money Experience System.
  • Medical Scientists and Psychology  By : Carlos Gomez
    Within this second area of the interview, Johansson informs us how companies and introverts can improve their luck.
  • Relational Cultural Theory  By : Morgan D
    The article describes Relational Cultural Theory
  • Views of Motivation: Adolf Hitler  By : Morgan D
    This Article will Potray Adolf Hitler Character as Motivational and what Shaped Him to be a Leader.
  • Mind Games: Project Management And Interpersonal Psychology  By : Miles Musick
    Modern project management (PM) is a very young discipline, dating back to the 1950s. It arose from several different fields–engineering, civil construction, architecture, and heavy defense. As a discipline, project management dealt with these very concrete, result-oriented industries through a bevy of charts, models, diagrams, and number-crunching sessions. Indeed, the traditional approach to project management breaks down a job into…
  • How to Hypnotize Someone for Beginners-Useful Tips for Beginners  By : scott defoe
    Have you thought of taking control of other people? A lot of people just wish to take control of others for many different reasons. Now, the great news is that this could be possible with the ability of hypnotism. Hypnotism or how to hypnotize some one for beginners can be easily learned, as long as you are knowledgeable of the techniques on how to
  • Are there Psychological Benefits to Being Superstitious?  By : The Sider Group
    Are you a superstitious person? Do you cross your fingers before an important event? Do you try to avoid going out on Friday the 13th? Do you carry a lucky charm? If you answer yes to some of all of these questions, it’s quite obvious that you are superstitious.
  • Self Hypnosis Techniques: Helping Yourself to Become a Better Person  By : Aline Heller
    The article provides instructions on how to perform self-hypnosis. It describes the process of putting oneself in a receptive, suggestible state of mind, and gives pointers on visualizations and making positive affirmations.
  • The Wonders Of The Thought Process 1  By : Sabina Kucz
    Thought generally refers to any mental or intellectual activity involving an individual’s subjective consciousness.
  • Major Factor That Makes Criminology Different From Psychology  By : Mark.D
    Psychology is like a pre-sale market research where we get an answer for what makes customers choose that product and Criminology is like a post-sale competitor research report on the factors that made people to buy the product.
  • When To Be Social And When To Not  By : Kenneth Vogt
    When to be social and when not to in business can be tricky to define. It is important to be on as friendly a level as possible with other businesses in your chosen industries, but not in certain areas that must be kept private.
  • Hampton Bay Ceiling Fans  By : Jaime Cain
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  • How to Reap the Most from a Happiness Los Angeles Psychologist  By : Dr. Tal Dr. Tal.
    The world’s economy is doing ever too badly with each passing day. This has seen many people landing into financial strains with some harboring debts that could take a life time to get over.
  • Psychological Disorder Versus Psychic Ability  By : Charity C-L Parrish
    Homosexuality used to be diagnosed as a ‘mental illness’ until only a few decades ago. Psychic ability also needs to be considered as a real phenomenon. Currently anyone who mentions that they are ‘seeing things’ or ‘hearing voices’ would be diagnosed with something and given medication. I personally think this is ridiculous in this day and age when there are so many highly functioning people who have psychic ability.
  • Caution! Affirmations at Work  By : Weesy
    The article defines what affirmations are and dispels some of the myths regarding the use of affirmations. It discusses what is fact and what is fiction. You will also find tips and techniques for making positive life changing affirmations.
  • Staying in Abundance & Your Physical Proximity  By : nick bogatin
    It is one thing to be aware of abundance yet it’s another thing altogether to be involved in abundance. Often people feel that awareness and thought is important but the reality is it will seldom prove to be enough. We must also be involved in abundance!
  • Parapsychology  By : johnstewart
    Parapsychology is both the theoretical and empirical study of mysterious events explicitly psychics that involve telepathy, spirits and future telling to name a few
  • Inspiring Social Worker Quotes  By : Jill Cohen
    Social workers help thousands gain perspective and hope. Many people make changes due to the words and concern of counselors each day.
  • Eagle Ranch Academy Educates Kids in Anger Management Therapy  By : Mel Joelle
    Kids who act out in response to dealing with traumatic events in their lives can often be difficult to deal with. Parents may feel they cannot reach their child or handle their outbursts when they happen. Common issues that lead to this uncontrollable behavior are fears of being abandoned if there has been a divorce in the family, a sense of injust
  • Eagle Ranch Academy Assists Families Who Have Teens in Crisis  By : Mel Joelle
    Families who have teens in crisis may feel like no-one is there to truly help them get through to their teens in a way that will actually change the negative behaviors they are dealing with. Many parents have tried programs available through the school or the state, and have seen no progress, or have seen progress dissipate because of poor choices or peer pressure.
  • Teens Texting and Social Media  By : Christopher T. McCarthy
    Recent research findings indicate that modern-day modes of communication can greatly benefit teens, especially anxious teens and boys. Teens in general, and anxious teens in particular, greatly fear humiliation and rejection. Developing new friendships, and deepening existing friendships, can be quite difficult for them. Using texting, instant messaging, and Facebook can help them by providing some space and protection from potential, immediate negative feedback which would cause the teen to shutdown and withdraw.
  • Amazing Benefits of Neuro Linguistic Programming  By : James Risce
    Neuro linguistic programming, or NLP, can be applied to a variety of issues and problems. While you can spend years learning about this technique, you can reap a lot of rewards from it by learning some easy movements. NLP works by making alterations in the way you speak to yourself or others, and how you see events and memories in your mind’s eye.
  • Do You Know What You Can Achieve Using Conversational Hypnotherapy?  By : miranda.wanfa
    Conversational hypnotherapy can transform your personality into 1 that is nicely liked by everyone round you…
  • Rough Play: Are Boys Inherently Violent?  By : James Druman
    Some comments on the debate of whether or not we should restrict he tendencies for aggressive play so commonly found in male children.
  • Heart Attacks Linked to Chronic Anger and Depression  By : Dr. John Schinnerer
    High-intensity stress has a huge impact on your heart and your health. More specifically, the more often you feel negative emotions, such as anger, annoyance and depression, the higher your risk for hypertension and subsequent coronary heart disease. A recent study by the American Academy of Family Physicians is creating a growing awareness that long-term, chronic anger and stress are linked to a higher risk of heart attack.
  • The Affect Of Horror Movies On Children’s Psychology  By : Maria Lopez
    The research which is made in relation to this issue shows that children (especially children age 5 and younger and toddlers) including and older children even teens and pre – teens face to the same consequences. In the most cases watching a scary movie can produce a serious case of anxiety. The usual symptoms are aggressiveness, sleeping disorde
  • Conversational Hypnosis – Three Reasons Why Its Morality Is Questionable.  By : Ian Davis
    Conversational hypnosis enables unscrupulous people to take advantage of others. Therefore should it be banned and those that use it prosecuted.
  • Physical Health Dramatically Impacted by Happiness AND Anger  By : Dr. John Schinnerer
    Your feelings have a tremendous influence on your health. More specifically, the frequency with which you feel positive emotions, such as happiness, laughter and relaxation, are vital for your ongoing physical health. And the frequency with which you feel negative emotions, such as fear, anger and sadness, works against your physical health. A recent study from the University of Kansas has added more weight to this relatively new line of thought linking positive emotion and physical health. The latest foray provides keen evidence of the deep-seated need for positive emotions throughout the world.
  • How To Win Your Ex Back Using Simple Reverse Psychology  By : Dhiraj192
    You really want to get your ex back. You want to save the relationship. Then you may want to consider using reverse psychology. Sounds complicated? Well, it’s really not.
  • The Most Powerful 12 Tips to Turn Down Anger  By : Dr. John Schinnerer
    Is anger screwing up your relationships? Is irritability causing arguments at work? Do others see you as angry?
    Anger is a normal human emotion. It’s part of our shared humanity. However, in some of us, anger is dialed up too high. When anger gets too intense, it may lead to constant annoyance, frequent arguments and even physical violence. Here are 12 powerful tools from award-winning author & coach John Schinnerer, Ph.D. to help you turn down the volume on your rage and irritation.
  • Getting To Know You Activities For Kids  By : Ronald Cook
    The first day of school is always exciting, but it can also be confusing or scary. Starting at a new school or in a new grade and having to deal with a new set of classmates and teachers can cause apprehension for a lot of kids.
  • Conversational Hypnosis: With Great Power Comes Great Responsibility!  By : Ian Davis
    Conversational hypnosis is considered to be a powerful technique so what does that mean for the people who learn how to master its secrets and should the rest of us be concerned?
  • Conversational Hypnosis: The Ultimate Aim?  By : Ian Davis
    Conversational hypnosis is considered to be a powerful technique but what’s the point of it and what can you do with it?
  • When You Should Consider Stress Counselling  By : Jimmy Cox
    It’s normal for people to experience stressful situations from time to time. In a lot of cases, they can even be beneficial because they elevate our abilities to respond to important tasks. Too much of them however can be harmful. You can deal with high tension situations through a variety of ways including stress counselling.
  • 2012 Prophecy: Clearing Up The Disinformation  By : Lance Thorington
    Whether or not you believe in the Aztec 2012 Prophecy, it’s worth disseminating exactly what this theory is rooted in, it’s worth looking at the facts and making one’s own decision from there. First of all, don’t believe anybody until you’ve done some research yourself. But anyways, here are the basics of where this idea came from.
  • Conversational Hypnosis: Have A Chat With The Subconscious Mind.  By : Ian Davis
    Conversational hypnosis is a process that enables people to communicate with the subconscious mind. However, why would you want to do that?
  • The Secret to Stellar Self-Esteem  By : Dr. John Schinnerer
    What one single trait has been found to be healthier than self-esteem? Which trait has been shown to lead to more resiliency than self-esteem? What trait turns down the volume on negative emotions like guilt and self-loathing following a huge mistake? Find the answer in this revolutionary article.
  • Five Misconceptions About Hypnotherapy Treatment  By : Jimmy Cox
    For a lot of people hypnotherapy treatment has done wonders. It is therefore a great pity that misconceptions continue to surround this healing option. It is because of certain mistaken beliefs that a lot of individuals have chosen to avoid this kind of therapy. Here are the top five myths that need to be corrected.
  • Are Your Conversations With Your Psychotherapist Protected By Doctor-Patient Confidentiality?  By : Stephen Daniels
    While it is a well-known fact that physicians are bound by complete confidentiality, those in the mental health field actually operate under slightly different requirements. Granted, private conversations are still legally required to remain confidential, but under a few specific circumstances, the therapist may be required to break the bonds of confidence.
  • Analyzing Dragon Dreams  By : Jeff Bronson
    The dragon has always been a motif of strength, however depending on which culture it came from, the power was either good or evil. Eastern culture has traditionally regarded dragons as wise and beneficial, success, and a symbol of a spiritual or personal quest. On the other hand, Western culture has typically revered dragons as evil, harmful, guardians of treasure and representations of selfishness. So does the cultural symbolism apply to dreams?
  • Anxiety and Parental Response  By : Christopher T. McCarthy
    Four parenting beliefs have been shown to damage the parent/child bond and increase child anxiety and depression. Recognize the four beliefs and the damaging parental responses associated with them. Examples are given from the clinical experience of a professional counselor. Three parenting tips are offered along with a recommended resource for children with anxiety.
  • When Depressed, Discontent and Suicidal, Seek LIFE!  By : Christopher T. McCarthy
    Life and death are the energies that ebb and flow within our lives. A healthy person focuses on creating an abundance of life and minimizes the forces of death that sap their life energy. The fruits of life are love, joy, creativity, passion, movement, peace, community, and an outward focus to name a few. Some fruits of death are boredom, fatigue, anxiety, depression, addiction, lethargy, busyness without purpose, and a focus on self. We grow weary because of the death the reigns within us, our body, mind, and soul. We need more life!
  • Psychology Simplified: Creating Want To’s and Not Have To’s Part 2  By : Gerry Neale
    An Employer’s “Want To” Can Become Employees’ “Have To’s” in the same instant, if great care is not taken! If a business truly wants to succeed, it is self-evident it needs a ‘success’ culture amongst its staff. And that success is far more likely to come – and to come quickly, if it is sought by staff who feel they are working with the grain, and not against it.
  • Codependency Flip  By : Drawk Kwast
    I found myself on Wikipedia, researching the patterns for codependency, when I made a most interesting discovery. As an Alpha Male Life Coach, I basically teach the opposite of codependency. I teach inner-dependency (better known as independence). That lead to my next thought, which was nothing short of a revelation…
  • The Handshake Interrupt and Pull Instant Hypnotic Induction  By : Robert lMelkonyan
    Learn more about the handshake Interrup and how to use it in your advantage.
  • Use EFT to Get a Divorce From Your Parents  By : Gloria Arenson
    When I ask clients to tell me who in their life has had the most negative effect on them that is still a problem, the majority replies either mom or dad. I have lost count of the number of people I have met that were beaten, sexually abused, abandoned, vilified, threatened and harmed. Yet, these same people are now adults well over the age of conse
  • Become A Better You With Pyschology  By : John Chambers
    To study how the mind of man works and how he behaves is called Psychology. Ancient civilizations are believed to have started this scientific process of questioning of how the human mind functions.
  • Criticism Training  By : Robert Thomson
    The dictionary definition of criticism is to openly find fault with. If you follow that description its no wonder that…
  • Your Hollywood ‘TOP 100’ List  By : Gary Goldstein
    You can’t possibly thank them all, but there’s an after-party and they will all be there. You’ll embrace each one, thank them personally.
  • The Role of Denial in Anger Management  By : Robert Thomson
    Anger can be like an addiction in that people are very creative in finding all sorts of rationales for their anger and why they don’t need anger management. At times it can almost appear as if…
  • Are Psychologists The New Religion?  By : Marcus Maybourne
    This article makes the argument that psychology is the modern version of religion. We will compare and contrast the current roles of psychologists with those of the priesthoods of past eras. We will also explore the implications of this argument for psychotherapists.
  • Why Counting to Ten is Not Anger Management: The Secret to Stopping Anger Once and For All  By : Robert Thomson
    Most anger management classes don’t work. Why is that? It’s usually because they approach the problem from only one angle. You are probably familiar with some of these tactics…
  • Why The Superstars Don’t Choke  By : Ellen Huston
    All through the history of man, stress has been with us. Even the earliest caveman daily faced the stress of simply surviving every day life. From seeking shelter to escaping predators.
  • What is Paranoia?  By : Dr. Jennifer Lagrotte, DMFT
    Do you believe that you are paranoid? Find out about paranoia and how you can get help if you feel you are paranoid.
  • Do Women Handle Stress Better Than Men?  By : Dr. Jennifer Lagrotte, DMFT
    Which of the sexes handles stress better? Find out if women handle stress better than men.
  • Alfred Adler – Adlerian Psychology  By : marciano guerrero
    Not only did Adler advance some deep and interpretive psychological concepts, but he also developed a language that is still in use today. I for one have often used these terms -even without knowing of Alfred Adler- to describe inner states such as complex (Napoleon complex), inferiority feelings, inferiority complex, compensation, overcompensation, and style of life.
  • Famous Psychologist – Ivan Pavlov  By : Amarendra
    Ivan Petrovich Pavlov, a famous Russian physiologist and physician was born at Ryazan, on September 14, 1849. His father named Peter Dmitrievich Pavlov was a priest in Ryazan. He did his first schooling in a church school of Ryazan. Adding to this, he further continued his studies there at the theological seminary.
  • Is Medication the Quick Fix for Your Mood?  By : Dr. Jennifer Lagrotte, DMFT
    Are you thining about taking medications for your mood? Find out if medications alone can help improve your mood.
  • How Does an Overbearing Mom Affect Her Son?  By : Dr. Jennifer Lagrotte, DMFT
    Are you concerned about being overbearing? Find out how overbearing relationships can affect your son.
  • How Do You Overcome Improvement Anxiety?  By : Dr. Jennifer Lagrotte, DMFT
    Are you a nervous person? Find out if improvement anxiety is holding you back from accomplishing your goals.
  • Cognitive Enhancers – New Tools in Addiction Recovery  By : Robert Thomson
    Treat drug addiction with another drug? It may not seem sensible at first, but medical science suggests that cognitive enhancing drugs might be…
  • What is the Impact of Overbearing Moms on Daughters?  By : Dr. Jennifer Lagrotte, DMFT
    Are you a parent that is wondering how you relationships with your daugher is? Find out what it means to your relationship if you are overbearing.
  • Is There Such a Thing as a Broken Heart?  By : Dr. Jennifer Lagrotte, DMFT
    Are you an emotional person? Find out what it means to have a broken heart.
  • Where Emotional Fear Comes From And How to Move Beyond It  By : Valery Satterwhite
    Real fear is normal. Emotional and irrational fear is THE source that holds you back, how you get in your own way, from fully and successfully investing yourself in your creative endeavors. This article will give you tips on how to identify and move beyond perceived, yet unreal, fear.
  • 3 Secrets To A Stress Free Existence  By : Ellen Huston
    Stress is a stable in our everyday life, but many people nevertheless manage to live stress free. You can too if you have these three things in your life.
  • How Do Men Handle Social Status?  By : Dr. Jennifer Lagrotte, DMFT
    Do you find yourself comparing your social status to other men? Find out what social status means to you.
  • How Do You Deal With Your Own Insecurities?  By : Dr. Jennifer Lagrotte, DMFT
    Do you find yourself insecure? Find out how you can deal with your own insecurities.
  • How Do You Deal with Constant Disappointment?  By : Dr. Jennifer Lagrotte, DMFT
    Do you feel as if one thing piles onto the next thing? Find out how you can deal with constant disappointment.
  • Blind Spots – What You Can Learn From a Turkey  By : Drawk Kwast
    Being able to see your blind spots is one of life’s most important lessons and it can be easily learned from a turkey.
  • Activating The Subconscious Mind In 4 Easy Steps  By : Greg Frost
    You need to know that there is no one switch for you when considering how to activate the subconscious mind. In fact, it can be said to be one of the hardest things for people to do for the very simple fact that we have been living in an area of life that causes us to lie back and be ruled by our emotions.
  • What Do You Do When Life is Not What It Should Be?  By : Dr. Jennifer Lagrotte, DMFT
    Are you unhappy with your life? Find out what you do when life is not what it should be.
  • Principles for Interpreting Dreams  By : Mark Virkler
    Do dreams carry meaning? The Bible tells us that dreams DO sometimes carry meaning. So, it is important for us to know how to interpret our dreams and understand what God is communicating. This article gives a simple method for interpreting dreams
  • What’s Your Anger Personality?  By : Robert Thomson
    An important first step in getting a handle on your anger is understanding what style you express it in. Below are 6 of the most common personality types…
  • How To Deal With A Narcissist – Discover How To Protect Yourself  By : JARichards
    Narcissists are some of the most testing and crazy-making people to deal with in the universe. My desire is that you have no clue what I have just spoken about because you have never experienced it, but I gamble you do know from personal experience. Narcissism abounds in this crazy world of ours.
  • How Do You Handle a Hostile Work Environment for Men?  By : Dr. Jennifer Lagrotte, DMFT
    Do you feel as if you work in a hostile environment? Find out how to help yourself survive in a hostile work environment.
  • What Is The Chinese Dream Dictionary?  By : Henry KH Fong
    When you have woken from a nap or a good nights sleep in china do not be surprised if you are asked if you have visited grandmaster Zhou for a chat. The reason for this will be revealed as well as other questions you may have about the Chinese dream dictionary.
  • Is It Possible to Start Over?  By : Dr. Jennifer Lagrotte, DMFT
    Do you wish you could just start over? Find out if it is possible to start over.
  • The Price Of Anger  By : Robert Thomson
    Anger is a normal, human emotion, a certain amount of which is considered healthy. Unfortunately, anger can get out of control and like other emotional conditions can quickly escalate to a condition that bears physical and psychological side effects.
  • How Do You Start Something New?  By : Dr. Jennifer Lagrotte, DMFT
    Do you struggle to start something new? Find out why it is so important to continue to try to do something new.
  • How Can You Make Friends?  By : Dr. Jennifer Lagrotte, DMFT
    Are you struggling to make friends? Find out why it is so important to make friends.
  • How Much Responsiblity Can You Handle?  By : Dr. Jennifer Lagrotte, DMFT
    Do you think that you are over welmed? Find out how much responsiblity you can handle.
  • Five Things You Can Do to Help Recall Your Dreams  By : Mark Virkler
    One of the most difficult aspects of dreams and dream interpretation is the seemingly simple task of recalling your dreams. I’ve heard many people claim that they don’t dream most nights. They actually do. It’s just that they don’t recall the dreams. In this article are five things you can do to help you recall your dreams.
  • Self-Mutilation: Why They Do It  By : James Pendergraft
    Self-mutilation comes in many names – self-harm, self-cutting, self-injury. But regardless what the act is called, it all boils down to one thing – the deliberate infliction of damage to one’s skin tissues for reasons other than suicide.
  • Anger Management Counseling and The Reason You May Need It  By : Mike Justin
    Learn the reasons why you need to deal with anger management.
  • The Reality Behind the Law of Attraction  By : James Hunaban
    This article does not claim that success may simply be evaluated by our monetary accomplishment.
  • Commanding The Subconscious Mind To Rid Phobias  By : Greg Frost
    First, we need to look at what a phobia really is. Phobias are in point of fact fairly widespread, distressing further than 12% of the U.S. populace. Phobias are the largely frequent cerebral condition in the US and the world at large, but far further women than men are afflicted by phobias. In numerous cases, people are competent to be familiar with the fact that their terror is unreasonable and consequently acquire steps to conquer their irrational fear.
  • Does It Matter What Dreams Mean?  By : Henry KH Fong
    Sigmund Freud better known as the Father of modern psychology had some very interesting thoughts about dreams. In interpreting dreams Freud made a mark on the minds of many people.
  • What Are The Meanings Of My Dreams?  By : Henry KH Fong
    Dreams and the meaning of dreams is a subject that interests many people. At times it can drive you wild to know just what that dream means. In case and point if you continue to have a dream over and over again, you really want to find out what you mind is thinking.
  • The Emotional Roller Coaster:  By : Drawk Kwast
    Why people need huge emotional swings.
  • Psychology Programs – Career in Social Work Profession  By : Tis Amit
    If you are one of those who are looking for a career with more meaning, diversity and ample of options, then social work is your profession where you can grow with your skills. It is a profession that demands courage to face different challenges and offer options for those who care about social justice and welfare.
  • Career Options For Psychology Students  By : Tis Amit
    If you think that the only career option for a psychologist is to have a faculty position in a college or university, think again. These days, an individual who earned a psychology degree from one of the many psychology schools in the nation does have a good number of career options to choose from.
  • The Real Stages of Grieving  By : Maurice Turmel PhD
    When people pose questions about the Stages of Grief Recovery they are often referred to Elizabeth Kubler-Ross’ Stages of Death. Her research showed what individuals would go through when receiving a “death sentence” from their doctor. In other words, they had a terminal condition and they were just given so many weeks or months, or perhaps years to live. Then they would go through 1) Denial; 2) Anger; 3) Bargaining; 4) Depression; and 5) Acceptance. In the media and on the net, these stages a
  • How to Deal with Suicide Grief  By : Maurice Turmel PhD
    Death due to suicide is probably the most complex grieving experience we ever have to deal with. When a loved one commits suicide we are left wondering Why? Over and over that simple question just keeps coming up – Why?
  • General Advice on Psychoanalysis  By : Blacksandy
    There are lots of people who may be having different fears about different things. These fears and conflicts can make living difficult for a person. However, when it comes to telling these fears to another person, these people just can not say a word.
  • What is the Importance Of Dreams?  By : Alexandra from Real Meaning Of Dreams
    Why do we dream? Is there any importance to us remembering our dreams?
    These are questions we have all asked at some point or another, we have all wondered about why we dream and whether or not dreaming serves a function.
    With the advent of new brain imaging technology we can now know for sure that dreaming does serve a purpose. Not only is dreaming associated with the consolidation of memories, but it also appears to serve the purpose of restoring our mental well being while we sleep.
  • The Best Kept Secret Everyone Seems to Know  By : Milo Bono
    This article deals with a difficult taboo subject that many may feel is strictly forbidden. The secret is known but rarely discussed as evidenced by the lack of reference material available. It was discovered completely by accident in the course business and could have been easily ignored and swept under the rug, but to do so would contradict the principals engendered by company philosophy. This unusual subject is used as a springboard to touch on matters sincere to the heart and mind.
  • Popular Media Confronts Strange Hypnosis Process  By : Dantalion Jones
    Research now supports the notion that it is the unconscious mind that controls most of our behavior. And since everything that happens unconsciously is, by definition, outside the boundaries of awareness, it begs the questions: What is actually happening down there?
  • How to Anticipate The Unexpected  By : Philip Yaffe
    “Anticipating the unexpected” would seem to be a contradiction in terms. Nevertheless, it is possible to develop a mindset such that when the unexpected happens, one is prepared to take it on board and deal with it.
  • Using NLP For Self Improvement  By : Alan B. Densky, CH
    Which personality trait bothers you the most? Do you become distressed easily? Do you struggle with an addictive personality? All too often, personal development attempts fail because the individual attempts to center planned change on conscious logic, when the problems are really seated at the subconscious part of the brain. Learn about the powerful methods one can use to trigger speedy personal development.

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