What vision do we set for ourselves? What way do we want to be? Self-mastery describes the process, the daily journey, of examining and working on the physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual aspects of our lives in order to realize that ever-evolving vision.
The Stoics bring forth the theme of self-control on a regular basis. Epictetus, for example, spoke about abstaining from talking about vulgar things, and Marcus Aurelius points out that we should set limits to comfort and consumption.
Dr. Judson Brewer explains 4 steps to break a habit. Dr. Judson Brewer, MD, Ph D, neuroscientist, author, psychiatrists explains how to be mindful.Dr. Brewer is author of "The Subtle Mind" 1. R: Recognize 2. A: Acceptance 3. I: Investigate 4. N: Note
You can overcome worry and anxiety today. It is possible to feel better fast―and to make it last. Many people, mental health professionals included, think therapy needs to be long, hard, and painful―a lifelong commitment.