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Self-Mastery Skills

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.

'I Realized I Don't Have to Believe My Thoughts'

Our mindfulness practice is not about vanquishing our thoughts. It's about becoming aware of the process of thinking so that we are not in a trance—lost inside our thoughts.

What If You Could Have Direct Influence Over Your Destiny and Your Health? Discoveries in Quantum Science Reveal It’s Possible. Here’s How…

You may know certain people who seem to magically be able to manifest almost anything they want in life.

Don’t Take It Personally!

Don’t take anything personally. This agreement gives you immunity in the interaction you have with the secondary characters in your story. You don’t have to concern yourself with other people’s points of view.

Meditation for Self-Mastery

Through the practice of meditation, there are certain changes that happen in the mind. One of the most important changes is that you become master of your mind.

Wim Hof: The Man and the Method

Your breathing rate and pattern is a process within the autonomic nervous system that you can control to some extent to achieve different results.

Better Than Before: Making and Keeping Resolutions

In Better Than Before, writer Gretchen Rubin—author of the mega-bestseller, The Happiness Project—challenges us to re-think all the expert advice we’ve ever been given about making and breaking habits. Because, she says, there is no one-size-fits-all solution.

5 Skills to Help You Develop Emotional Intelligence

Emotional intelligence is a set of skills you can get better at with practice. Here are five skills you can cultivate to make you a more emotionally intelligent person.

7 Practical Ways to Improve Your Emotional Intelligence

Emotional Intelligence measures our ability to perceive our own emotions, as well as the emotions of others, and to manage them in a productive and healthy way.

The Difference Between Grown-Ups and “Adult-Children”

Still clinging to the fears and fury of childhood? You can unarrest your development once and for all.

If Self-Discipline Feels Difficult, Then You’re Doing It Wrong

Many equate self-discipline with living a good, moral life, which ends up creating a lot of shame when we fail. There’s a better way to build lasting, solid self-discipline in your life.

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