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Does Music Influence Our Body at Stress?

Most people have stresses in their lives. Pretty much everyone has a job, and this is a big source of stress. There are myriads of stressors related to work that include unemployment, some unresolved disputes with the manager, tension in the relationships with co-workers, even driving to the office might be very stressful due to traffic jams. You can be stressed out from the moment you wake up, even the night before, if you are thinking about the next day…

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Is Fear Blocking You from Your Life Goal?

One of the most common questions we are looking for an answer is like “How can I overcome fear and take a chance?” For example, in a situation when a person cannot decide whether to take a job in a new city, although it is a good job. Why an individual is hesitating in solving this life’s problem? The answer is simple – We All Fear Change and The Risks It Carries. However, if you look back at times when…

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Can you create your future?

All of us are waiting for a miracle to happen when we want our desires to come true. The dictionary defines a miracle as an event or action that is “totally amazing, extraordinary, or unexpected”. By their very nature, miracles seem elusive and rare, yet it is possible for your life to be filled with more of the “extraordinary” events. If you have a deep inner barrier – no matter how much visualizing, praying, or affirming you do – you…

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How often do you think about the idea of “being right” versus “feeling good”?

It’s more likely that you have heard myriad times that you should pick up a thought that makes you feel good rather than keeps you pushing the agenda of “being right”. Whys is it so? What is the difference if you continue being pre-occupied by the idea of “being right” and putting aside the idea of “feeling good”? To answer this question, I would like to share my insights I obtained while reading Esther Hicks’ and Dr. Wayne Dyer’s books.…

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