Want to have a really good day?

The other day I wrote about how to have a bad day. I did that because for two days I was in a really pissy (sorry but that’s the only word that describes it) mood. I couldn’t shake it so I stayed as much to myself as possible. I got up this morning and said [...]

Rising Above Low Self Esteem Through Meditation

By David Starikov – Positive Energy = Positive Results’ It is often said that we are all individuals, different and unique. While this may be true, there is also so much that links us together: our strengths, our humanness, and love for one another. So, it is sad that many of us also share the [...]

Self-Esteem: How to Build Yours Up

By Leah Koenig – Do you notice the negative thoughts and work to change them? Are you good at acknowledging your own strengths? Do you let doubts about your own self-worth interfere with your dreams? How we lose self esteem Self-esteem is simply how we value ourselves; it is how we perceive our value to [...]

Meditation, Self-Acceptance & the Muse

By Linda Dessau – Meditation presents an interesting paradox. It requires humility and acceptance, and yet it results in self-empowerment and increased confidence. Low self-esteem, which affects and can cripple many creative artists, leads us to believe that we’re not worth much, and therefore our ideas (our songs) probably aren’t either. This low self-esteem is [...]

Self Identity: Who Are You?

We have a sense of who we are, and we tie that to the things around us. This causes us pain. Learn to recognize what you are not, and to suffer less…

Self Esteem and Body Image

Abstract: Our self esteem has a lot to do with our body image. How much do we accept our own bodies? Are we good enough to be …? Are we good enough to have …? Are we good enough to do …?

Know Your Self Worth

By Angel S. – We are the only ones that can tell ourselves what our worth is and ours is the only opinion that really matters. Why do we value ourselves so little? Even those who appear to be confident have as much doubt about themselves as those people who seems insecure. Some people mix [...]

Help For Anxiety Without Drugs

By Pat Evans – Anxiety is the most common mental health problem in America today. Between 13 to 25 percent of Americans suffer from anxiety; which can manifest as phobias, panic attacks, or obsessive-compulsive disorders. Fortunately, it is also the most easily treatable of all the mental disorders. Although some doctors do prescribe medication; behavior [...]

Beginning of Meditation

By Abdus Sami Today we live in a fast-paced world. Things happen so quickly that more often that not, we do not have the chance to react to the things thrown at us. We somehow lose the ability to think things over in favor of lightning-quick decisions. But it shouldn’t be so. Every one of [...]

Meditation Without the Myth

I could say that I was a late developer – about many things, but certainly as far as meditation goes. In retrospect, much of music, reading and nature was a meditative experience for me – but consciousness of the fact was not present, way back when.

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