(Exploring Your Mind) We all want to be loved and respected as human beings. But in order for that to happen, you have to be consistent with loving yourself. And this is much easier than it seems…
If you want to learn how to be kinder to yourself, easily and quickly, this video is for you. We all would like to know to be kinder, both how to be kind to ourselves, and how to be kind to others. But it all starts with ourselves. And in this video, I teach you a surprisingly simple technique that will change how you treat yourself faster than you can imagine.
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(Bonnie McClure) We all have in our minds an image of the best possible version of ourselves. We call this self, the “ideal self.” The ideal self represents our highest values, our total potential, everything that we strive to be, and the goals that we set for ourselves.
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(Justin Deschamps) We’ve all heard about the power of fear. But do we really understand how facing our fears leads to a happy and fulfilling life? It sounds like an empty cliché but the truth is facing your fears is arguably the most empowering thing you can do, no matter what your situation.
(Nikki Harper) As humans have become more ecologically and environmentally aware over the last century or so, we’ve come to understand that a small change in any particular ecosystem can have important – and unexpected – consequences for another. Slowly but surely, many have also been grasping this concept of interconnectedness and oneness in a more abstract or spiritual way too.
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(Exploring your Mind) Did you know that working at something and making an effort can trigger changes in your brain and actually make you happier? Armed with this knowledge, it’s easier to value your own effort without worrying about what other people think. Keep reading to find out why effort is so important for your well-being.
(Elizabeth DeVille) We are all familiar with the draining impact of physical exhaustion, the result of a long day out with friends, a challenging workout session or going for too long without adequate sleep. However, we often overlook the impact of mental and emotional exhaustion on our overall well-being.
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(Barry Brownstein) Civil society seems to be waning. People are losing respect for the conditions that allow human beings to flourish, warns Jonah Goldberg in his book Suicide of the West: How the Rebirth of Tribalism, Populism, Nationalism, and Identity Politics is Destroying American Democracy.
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(Joe Martino) It was 11 years ago and I was in a big documentary phase. I had watched hundreds of documentaries in a single year as I had come to realize the world around me was not quite what it seemed, and I was thirsty for knowledge.