Self-esteem missing? 10 exercises to increase it

Self-esteem can influence life in many ways, from academic and professional success to relationships and mental health. People who always experience disapproval from family, friends, teachers have feelings of low esteem. Self-esteem, however, is not an immutable characteristic; we can work on ourselves to improve our self-esteem and live a more meaningful life. Confidence is a precious psychological resource and is a highly decisive factor in life; it triggers achievement, good relationships, and fulfilment. How To Build Self-Esteem in 10 Easy Exercises 1.Face difficult situations Self-esteem is built step by step and needs time to take root within ourselves, through[…]

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NLP and the Power of Words

NPL stands for neuro-linguistic programming and can help you communicate better and more efficiently with yourself and the others. Sometimes just one word is enough to change your mood. Do you ever wonder why? Are words just breath of wind? Definitively not. Words carry considerable weight, and we’ve all experienced it on ourselves. The main reason is that words are not neutral. They give or take away energy, not only the words you say to others but also the words you say to yourself. Words transform the experiences we live through and change the way we face the challenges life[…]

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Four Easy Exercises To Apply The Law Of Attraction

Something extraordinary happened to me recently, and this led me to reflect on a topic that has been going around in my head for some time: the Law of Attraction. The Law of Attraction is one of the most fascinating and mysterious principles of the Universe: it is the ability to attract into our lives whatever we desire, whether positive or negative, through the power of our thoughts. A few years ago, I read Rhonda Byrne’s book The Secret, which talks about the Law of Attraction. To simplify and summarize the book in a nutshell, the concept described is as[…]

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SYLVOTERAPHY or Forrest Bath: What is it and How can it help you?

Sylvotherapy is a therapeutic method of treatment and prevention of diseases through trees. In short: embracing a tree to feel better. The sylvotherapy requires us both to embrace the trees and squeeze on their trunk and to sit by their side, resting our back on the trunk and placing our right hand in the solar plexus chakra, while our left hand will go behind our back, in between our body and the tree, at kidney level. Sylvotherapy is not only the practice of hugging a tree, but also walking or running in a forest. Breathing the forest air is a[…]

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