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8 Ways to Improve your Self-Esteem

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Often we hear the term self-esteem. But, what does it mean?

Self-esteem is the acceptance of oneself in its wholeness, both of our strengths and positive characteristics and our negative traits and weaknesses. It is essentially the degree to which we value, respect and accept ourselves.

How Low Self-Esteem Develops?

Low self-esteem is a very common phenomenon and one of the main reasons one needs psychotherapy in order to strengthen it. It is largely determined by the experiences one had with familiar persons (parents, grandparents, siblings, etc.) from the beginning of his life. Read the rest of this entry

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Lucid Dreams can Enhance Psychological Development

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About 20 percent of the general population has at least one spontaneous lucid dream each month and now through scientific study, there are various cognitive techniques that anyone can learn to apply, in order to have these lucid dreams deliberately.

So now today, there are thousands and thousands of lucid dreamers all over the world, who are practicing lucid dreaming to have these extraordinary experiences that are impossible or very unlikely according to our ordinary waking life. Read the rest of this entry

Meditation Can Change Your Brain Structure

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A human body has the capacity to heal itself, you only need to be consciously aware about the process and choose the right medium to heal. One of the healing medium used for centuries is meditation, a practice in which an individual trains the mind or induces a mode of consciousness, either to realize some benefit or as an end in itself.

Meditation affects your psychological well-being by reducing stress, depression, anxiety, blood pressure, addiction, boosts the immune system and improves memory. But did you know that meditation can change our brain structure in powerful and positive ways? We have always believed that brain essentially stopped changing after adulthood. Read the rest of this entry