Jung and Freud agreed that humans have three minds. Some philosophers in the past believed that our situation is much more complex than that. Have you ever wondered why you seem to sabotage your own projects. Or seem to not have a strong enough will to complete the promises you have made. It is as if your will has been hijacked. Freud named the three minds or egos as Id, Super Ego and Ego. There is evidence to suggest that there are sub-egos within these main egos. Continue Reading
Abraham Harold Maslow (1908 – 1970) was an American psychologist who was best known for creating Maslow's hierarchy of needs, a theory of psychological health predicated on fulfilling innate human needs in priority, culminating in self-actualization. Maslow described human needs as ordered in a prepotent hierarchy...Continue Reading
We all experienced grief and loss at some point in our lives. Losing someone or something we love or care about like the death of a loved one, the loss of a relationship, the death of a pet, the loss of a job etc., can be very painful. It is normal to feel and think this way after experiencing a significant loss. We may feel that the grief will never be healed. But the pain will ease over time. Although there is no right or wrong way to grieve, there are healthy ways to cope with the pain that can help us move on.Continue Reading
Thoughts create moods so you should not think thoughts that are linked to negative emotion. You must learn how to control your thought life by using what Dr. Leaf calls the ‘magic tree’ (a mind sieve). This ‘magic tree’ is where the relationship of the free will and components of the human brain and hormone system (such as the corpus and limbic callosum and the limbic system) work together to create emotion from thoughts. Continue Reading
If a situation or person/s has acted upon your life and you reacted by judging because you thought that harm has come your way. And then you decide to forgive. Try the five-step Forgiveness Integrity Test in this article if you are serious about forgiving. Your choice to forgive is an act of love and is your sacrifice from being a slave to sickness inducing emotions and thoughts.Continue Reading
The seven lifelines include: gratitude and giving; mastery and discipline; activities and work; joy, happiness and pleasure; friendship and new experiences; prosperity and health; and purpose and meaning.Continue Reading