Posts Tagged ‘depression’

Becoming Conscious of Self-Judgment: Should vs Could

I became aware that I was beating myself up with “shoulds.” I should be doing this, I should have done that—endlessly in the loop of the mind chatter. I was so used to it that I didn’t even really hear it until recently. It came to my attention that life just wasn’t fun. “Should statements…

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Consciously Accepting a Joyous Future

Consciously accepting a joyous future shouldn’t be a hard thing to do. Can you see it? Can you feel it? Can you live as if it is already true? Will you allow yourself to be that person who has all the health, wealth, happiness and freedom that you desire? Meditate and journal on these questions.…

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Depression: How to Find What Matters

“98% of people spend 98% of their time on things that don’t matter.” ~ Neale Donald Walsch Think of that 98%—then the question is born, what really matters? The quote is from a book by Neale Donald Walsch called “The Only Thing that Matters.” He should know what matters because as the author of the…

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How to Choose Your Thoughts

Most people are not even aware of their thoughts much less take control of their thinking and thought process. Did you know that you can choose your thoughts and just have the good ones? Our thoughts come up through an automatic sorting of thousands of associations in the brain. The brain doesn’t even choose the…

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How to Survive Personal Crisis

Everyone is going to experience crisis in their lives. It is inevitable. No matter how good or bad things are, change is the only constant you can be sure of. When major life changes come, you will be faced with reinventing your life and yourself. Make it an opportunity to create a better you. By…

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