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In order to create a better world, a better life, there are certain requirements that must be met. This week, we look at some of them. We start with self-confidence (or the lack thereof) in "Male Imposters: The Secret Shame and Fear Of Not Being Good Enough". We then follow that with how to get clear on our vision in "My Priorities Were All Wrong".
We have infinite creativity at our disposal but we need to discover "What Lessons Has Humanity Yet To Learn To Generate Awesome New Creative Potentials?"
Sometimes, we might think creating the world we desire is very complicated, but it actually is very simple as revealed by
Pierre Pradervand in his article: "Clear Intention + Blessing = Pure Spiritual Dynamite" as well as by Will Wilkinson in "All You Need Is Love... and Pneumaplasm".
Please scroll down for the featured articles in this new issue of InnerSelf, and also the recap of all the articles that were added to the website during the week on a variety of topics.
Wishing you enjoyable insightful reading, and of course a wonder-full, joy-full, and loving week.
Marie T. Russell
"New Attitudes...New Possibilities"
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Written by Dr. Sandi Mann
Although Imposter Syndrome (IS) has traditionally been seen as a female phenomenon, there isn’t an awful lot of hard data to confirm that women actually do experience this more than men. The reason that it is seen as a female condition is simply that the phenomenon was first discovered using research on women and it is a stereotype that seems to have stuck.
Written by Ted W. Baxter
I came across self-improvement mogul Tony Robbins not long after that conversation with my therapist, so I signed up for his “Unleash the Power Within” seminar in February 2013. It started me on the path to figuring out who I was, who I wanted to become, and what my purpose was.
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Written by Eileen Workman
Whatever living experiments you may choose to pursue in the future will be a function of the present state of your environment, your technologies and creative capacities, and the lens through which you are viewing reality.
Written by Pierre Pradervand
We all use intention all day long and couldn’t exist without constantly forming intentions. But between “I plan to go to see this movie tonight” and Gandhi’s intention to free his country from colonial rule using the power of non-violence, there is a slight difference!
Written by Will Wilkinson
"All you need is love," sang The Beatles and how we wish that were true! We also need truth, which is a word symbol that describes the essential "translation" of Love, capital L, for specific applications. And Love transmits through a special medium: pneumaplasm.
by Michael James Walsh and Eduardo de la Fuente
The concept of “home” refers to more than bricks and mortar. Just as cities are more than buildings and infrastructure,…
by Michael Messner
If President Donald Trump had gotten his way, the nation would have celebrated the centennial of the World War I…
by Jeffrey Bennett
About 7.4 million people in the U.S. require manufactured insulin to stay alive. I’m one of them. I’ve lived with Type…
by Duncan Walker
The UK government plans to ban the sale of new conventional petrol and diesel cars by 2040. Clearly the plan is for all…
by Cristine Russell
One year ago, the international scientific community could hardly have expected that Greta Thunberg, a teenager from…
by Jill Newby and Eoin McElroy
|It’s a busy day at the office and your left eye has been twitching uncontrollably. So, out of curiosity and irritation…
by Gerry Wright
Humanity’s defences against infection are wearing thinner by the day, and the microbes responsible are getting stronger.
by Željko Pedišić
It’s free, requires no equipment and the scenery can be stunning – it’s no wonder running is among the world’s most…
by Samantha Brennan
As women started counting steps and walking to work wearing running shoes and fitness trackers, there was one…
by Lauren Finka
They say that eyes are windows to the soul. Indeed, research suggests this might also be true for our four-legged…
by Hugo Mercier
We all know people who have suffered by trusting too much: scammed customers, jilted lovers, shunned friends.
by Frédérik Saltré and Corey J. A. Bradshaw
For more than 3.5 billion years, living organisms have thrived, multiplied and diversified to occupy every ecosystem on…
by Philip Mosley
Parkinson’s disease is a progressive neurodegenerative disorder affecting one in 350 Australians.
by Stephanie Jenouvrier
The concept of a canary in a coal mine – a sensitive species that provides an alert to danger – originated with British…
by Joanne Wood and Kassandra Cortes
Loving an insecure person can be frustrating. You always feel like you have to offer praise or reassurance.
by Stephanie Clintonia Boddie
For many young people, the toughest choice they will ever have to make about food is what to eat at home or what to…
by Ana Aznar
Only children get a bad rap. They are often perceived as selfish, spoiled, anxious, socially inept and lonely. And my…
by Robert Massa
Cincinnati Christian College is one of a growing number of colleges and universities – 21 private colleges since 2016 …
by Calli Tzani-Pepelasi
Millions recently flocked to the cinema to watch Joker, the origin story of Batman’s notorious nemesis. Many have…
by Hope Christie
What’s the first thing that comes to mind when you hear the term “post-traumatic stress disorder”?
by Gill Hubbard
When you hear the word “cancer” probably the last thing that you think of is physical activity.
by Juan Jose Alava
We live in an era — the Anthropocene — where humans and societies are reshaping and changing ecosystems.
by Kean Birch
My recent research increasingly focuses on how individuals can and do manipulate, or “game,” contemporary capitalism.…
by Chrystal Mantyka-Pringle, et al
The grasslands of the Canadian Prairies are a hidden gem for bird watchers, with millions of migratory birds passing…
Stabilising The Global Population Is Not A Solution To The Climate Emergency – But We Should Do It Anyway
by Mark Maslin
A global coalition of 11,000 scientists has come up with a plan for dealing with the climate emergency.
by Joseph F. Arboleda-Velasquez, et al.
For generations, the members of a family in Colombia have gotten early-onset Alzheimer’s disease. How one woman has…
by Michelle H Lim
More than one in three young adults aged 18 to 25 reported problematic levels of loneliness, according to a new report…
by Thomas Newsome and William Ripple
Exactly 40 years ago, a small group of scientists met at the world’s first climate conference in Geneva. They raised…
by Carl Rhodes
In November 2018, 20,000 Google employees across the world walked out of work. They were protesting the ways in which…
by Michaela James and Sinead Brophy
While the condition is often associated with older adults, rising childhood inactivity and poor fitness levels mean…
by Nial Wheate and Andrew Bartlett
Whether you need to take a drug at a specific time of day depends on the medication and the condition you are treating.
by Bronwyn Orr
If you think your dog looks stressed out, it might be your own stress levels that are affecting your pet pooch.
by Eti Ben Simon, Matthew Walker, et al.
While a full night of deep sleep stabilizes emotions, a sleepless one can trigger up to a 30% rise in anxiety levels, a…
by Ian Hughes
As the impeachment investigation gathers pace on Capitol Hill, some commentators have argued that if Donald Trump…
by Jay Walljasper
Resilience practices and culturally rooted health traditions show promise for overcoming trauma in real-life settings.
by Liam Mcloughlin
Twitter has announced that it is banning paid-for political adverts, just as the UK enters a general election, saying…
by Lorna Halliday and Axelle Calcus
When we are born, our brains have a lot to learn. For the newborn baby, everything they learn about the world around…
Written by Pam Younghans
This weekly column (updated every Sunday afternoon) is based on planetary influences, and offers perspectives and insights to assist you in making the best use of current energies... Read this week's journal here
It is also highly beneficial to reread the past week's astrological journal as it gives a hindsight view of the events that took place and may provide many "ah-ha" insights.
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