Happiness and Self-Help

Abuse: Repressed Pain, Forgotten Memories

Most survivors -- whether they've forgotten the abuse or not -- have deep anger which manifests itself in chronic health problems such as cancer, gynecological disorders, back or neck pain, migraines, hemorrhoids, heart palpitations, skin problems, insomnia, alcoholism, and obesity.

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Affirmation Power

Louise L. Hay

Affirmations are really anything that we say or think. We say, "I don't want this in my life" or "I don't want to be sick anymore" or "I hate my job". If we want to change or manifest something in our lives, we must state what we do want. Thus, we can change our experiences by first changing our thoughts.

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Successful Affirmations: Why & How

Successful Affirmations: Why & How...by Dhyani Ywahoo. Affirmation is a skillful means for transforming energy, and it begins with the deletion of negative statements about self and others. A negative statement freezes one in time and space without room for harmonization. Affirmations need to be unambiguous, simple and clear statements of one's intentions.

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Blocked Memories & Dreams

Thomas A. Stone

Some therapists will use "dream interpretation" to help a patient understand himself, but understanding will not cure symptoms. Our goal is to find blocked memories and to cry. The more you cry, the more your mind will heal itself, and when the pain is gone, the understanding will take care of itself.

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Deceptive Power of the Ego

Stuart Wildeby Stuart Wilde. Our emotions are nothing more than an extension of the ego's opinions -- nothing more. For the most part, our emotions are theatrical manifestations of the ego's opinions. They are forms of manipulation. You have an opinion and you start cranking the emotion. So we live as prisoners of these opinions.

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Can You Have Whatever You Want?

MSI (Maharishi Sadashiva Isham)by MSI (Maharishi Sadashiva Isham). If you have contradictory desire streams -- desires for two opposing things at the same time -- it becomes much more difficult for Nature to fulfill your desires. For example, you might think that you desire an ideal relationship, but if part of your brain is thinking, "Hah, you don't deserve that. It's never worked before.."

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Journal Writing

by Carlos Warter, M.D., Ph.D.

Carlos Warter, M.D., Ph.D. Writing in a journal is a way to discover the answers to your questions, to express yourself creatively, to find the voice of your soul, to strengthen your connection with your open heart, and to face your fears and overcome obstacles. Above all, it's a way to relax and explore...

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How to Talk to Yourself

Pathways to the Soul by Carlos Warter.by Carlos Warter, M.D., Ph.D. When we become aware of our story lines -- the things we tell ourselves to keep from moving forward -- we can use affirmations to make our mental chatter more fluid. Affirmations counteract negative story lines with positive words and feelings. They have the power to instantly cut through negative self-talk and take us into a place where we can know our inner light.

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Mirror Mirror on the Wall: What Lesson Are You Teaching Me Today?

Mirror Mirror on the Wall: What Lesson Are You Teaching Me Today?by Shakti Gawain, If we accept that life is always trying to teach us exactly what we need to learn, we can view everything that happens to us as a gift. Even experiences that are uncomfortable or painful contain within them an important key to our healing, wholeness, and prosperity.

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All In The Same Boat

All In The Same Boat by Brian Weiss MDby Brian Weiss, M.D. For several hundred years, people have mistakenly believed that technology, once fully developed, would solve the ills of mankind, that science would provide the path out of the woods, away from illness, poverty, misery, and pain. We now know that...

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Helping You Remember: We Are Innately Wise and Magnificent

Helping You Remember: You Are Innately Wise and Magnificent

by Alan Cohen. Many advertisements tell us that we are stupid or broken and need intelligence or fixing. How wonderful it feels -- and how powerfully it works -- to regard ourselves and each other as innately wise and capable of accomplishing anything we choose.

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Ego: A Lousy Guide to Relationship

Ego: A Lousy Guide to Relationship

by Carolyn Godschild Miller, Ph.D. It may surprise you to learn that your ego doesn't believe that love really exists, but it's true. Just think! When you allow your ego to direct your search for love, you are actually asking the only thing in the universe that doesn't know what love is, to find it for you.

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Making Amends to People You Have Harmed

Making Amends to People You Have Harmed

by Madeline Ko-i Bastis. When we quiet the mind, our transgressions emerge from the shadows and we become sensitive to our interaction with others. A turning point presents itself. Though we feel regret at having caused harm, there may still be a niggling voice whispering that our actions were necessary. Tit for tat; he deserved that...

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Glad To Be Here!

Glad To Be Here! by Marie T. Russell

by Marie T. Russell. Human-kind seems to be constantly searching for happiness. Even the Bill of Rights focuses on the pursuit of happiness. By the same token, we go around 'pursuing happiness' -- looking for it, searching in all kinds of experiences, thinking that one day we will find the...

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HAPPINESS: Can You Handle It?

Article: Happiness -- Can You Handle it? by author, Marie T. Russell

by Marie T. Russell.

We all want to be happy! At least, we all say we do... yet, how much happiness can we handle? How much happiness are we willing to have in our lives before we sabotage ourselves? Let's look for a minute at...

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