The idea of meditation is great – it helps you become more relaxed and more focussed.
But how can you fit it into your already busy day?
After all, almost everyone seems to be time poor nowadays.
Which means that spending months or years learning how to meditate and then spending long periods of time on the meditation itself is a nice idea but not one that is necessarily going to happen as often as you’d like.
Perfection is odd so there’s probably no such thing as the perfect meditation for you. But you can certainly get close to it.
Apart from anything else, your mood changes during the day and during the year.
So the perfect meditation on a cold winter morning probably won’t be the same on a nice summery day.
But, then again, it could be.
You know yourself better than anyone else. Go with your initial reaction – it’s almost always correct, especially on subjective matters like this where you could otherwise spend hours deliberating.
If you enjoyed films like The Secret, The Opus or The Gratitude Experiment you are in for a treat. Douglas Vermeeren, the Creator of The Opus and Gratitude Experiment is about to release his latest film The Treasure Map. This film, featuring experts from The Secret and other well-known personal development thought leaders will tackle the question of wealth and abundance.
While the film will have some important law of attraction lessons on the concept of abundance this film promises to deliver many practical strategies on how to actually make money.
So long as you’re patient and not afraid of software, it’s quite easy to make your own subliminal messages.
You’ll need something with a microphone:
- A microphone built into or attached to your computer
- Your phone, so long as you can figure out how to get the recording onto your computer
And some free software like Audacity.
You’ll also need to write out a list of suggestions or affirmations that you’re going to record.
Plus some backing music to mask the subliminal messages you’ll be recording.
Writing a cover letter is an important task as it opens up various job opportunities and hence career growth. When you are about to write a cover letter, you should remember that fancy vocabulary and well-structured sentences are not the only ingredients for making it a success.
You also need to know what to include in the letter so that it sends a favorable impression of your creditability and helps you to make the cut! With every cover letter, the stakes are pretty high, thus you could do with a few important tips on how to write a cover letter. So let us start: Continue reading
Workplace stress can interfere with your everyday productivity and also impact on your emotional and physical health. An ability to deal with your stress at work can make the difference between success and failure. The following steps will help you in coping with work-related stress
Recognize warning signs related to excessive stress at work
When you become overwhelmed during working hours, you tend to lose confidence and become irritable. This can lead you to become less productive and also less effective in your job hence making your work seem less rewarding.
Sleep is important – especially the quality of it.
If you’re restless at night, your body won’t get the chance to repair itself and you’ll feel tired the following day, running the risk of it turning into a vicious circle of poorer quality sleep.
Here are some things you can do to help get a better night’s sleep
Money doesn’t solve everything but it usually helps.
Money isn’t inherently evil – it’s just a way to exchange goods and services without using barter or clam shells or some other method.
You swap your time and abilities for an amount of money and then you swap that money for things you want and need.
Ideally without selling your soul to the devil or relying on getting an unexpected windfall.
How can you attract more money into your life and still keep your values?
The NLP rewind technique is a disarmingly simple way of ridding yourself of fears and phobias, often in as little as 10 minutes.
It sounds too good to be true and most people’s first instincts – mine included – are “what’s the catch”.
But having used the NLP phobia cure (also known as the Rewind Technique) on other people and seen it used in a seminar on literally hundreds of people, I know for certain that it works.
Even if you don’t believe it will!
“You cannot have a positive life and a negative mind” – Joyce Meyer.
Positive thinking, as a concept, has been around for quite some time but it is only in recent years – in part thanks to the ease of which information is shared across the internet – that it has really started to become popular in the mainstream.
The problem with this is that our society loves to reduce concepts into a single soundbite. The quote which has become most synonymous with the positive thinking movement is “whatever your mind can conceive and believe it can achieve” from Napoleon Hill. Mr. Hill was an absolute pioneer when it came to tapping into what makes successful people as successful as they are. Sadly this quote has been boiled down into the kind of mindless new age babble that makes up “self improvement” books like ‘The Secret’. Continue reading