Category Archives: Problem Solving

Effective Problem Solving Techniques

Every day of our lives we have to solve problems. It could be money issues, work problems, travel issues, anything at all – every day has a new task we have to work our way through which can make things … Continue reading

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The Basic Fears In Life And How To Overcome Them

What will you do if you become poor? How can anyone criticise you for doing something right? What will happen if you get sick and die? Being alone, old and ridiculed portray the picture of the fundamental fears in a … Continue reading

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Simple Anxiety Management Techniques

When someone goes through any type of stressful situation, their body undergoes a certain state which allows them to be highly efficient for self-protection. The sympathetic nervous system’s fight or flight response is an important aspect of our natural self … Continue reading

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Emotional Management: Positive Emotions On Tap

The EFT Tapping Technique has become very popular in recent years. It’s simple to do and it’s especially useful for reducing stress quickly. There’s a lot more you can do with tapping though. One of the things that’s not talked … Continue reading

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Overcoming Limitation With The Wisdom Of Your Body

When we are working to achieve our goals or thinking about starting something new, we sometimes get hindered by feelings of limitation. These conceptions are often just our imagination putting limits on our capabilities. I came across the following interesting … Continue reading

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Healing Meditation – Buddhist Tonglen Practice

Tonglen Meditation, which means ‘Taking & Giving’ in Tibetan, is a special healing practice, with an emphasis on the breath. Tonglen Meditation enables a person to TAKE in the ‘negative’ aspects or energies of life, transform this energy into a … Continue reading

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Is It The End Of The Word?

We live in a dualistic Universe. There are positive and negative energies. Ying and Yang. Of course whether something is positive or negative depends on your point of view. Language is full of labels which attach these polarised perceptions. The … Continue reading

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Becoming More Resourceful With Instant Music Therapy

Everyone knows about the power of music or sound. You can be in a bit of a stupor but when you hear a certain piece of music your spirits are instantly lifted! It’s a universal phenomena… “Music is able to … Continue reading

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Decision Making: Is It An Art Or Science?

Decision making is not only required in professional life, but also in our daily lives. We often encounter situations when we have to arrive at a decision. It could be as simple as deciding what to have for dinner, or … Continue reading

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How To Make Better Decisions While Overcoming Self Limiting Beliefs

We’re making many decisions throughout the day. Some estimates have it at around 35,000 per day! Of course most of these are just simple little decisions such as ‘shall I have rooibos or builders tea?’ When it comes to setting … Continue reading

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