Overcoming Your Inner Fears

Fear is simply because you are not living with life, you are living in your mind. Your fear is always about what’s going to happen next. That means your fear is always about that which does not exist.

People are always suffering either what happened yesterday or what may happen tomorrow. So your suffering is always about that which does

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How to keep staying motivated?

Everybody can recognize motivation when somebody truly has it. All the signs are there: passion, work ethic, never truly switching off.

But how can motivation be developed and retained?

Passion and belief in your work are only the first steps. Obstacles can diminish the confidence and motivation of even the most passionate of individuals.

Motivation is a roller coaster ride…

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Why Practice Pranayama- Yoga Breathing?

Pranayama is a practice that dwells into giving energy to every cell of our body. It is a Sanskrit word which means ‘mastery of life force’ or quite literally, to draw out life force or the breath that sustains our body.

The practice of Pranayama may seem simple but includes regular training. According to yogic science, the aim of Pranayama …

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4 Key Steps to Manage Emotional Triggers

Learn to use emotional triggers, as an opportunity to connect more deeply with your feelings and you’ll return to a calm state more quickly. The news. Family. Work. Stress. Life. Many things can trigger a response that knocks you out of being centered and calm and sends you tumbling into an unpleasant emotion like anger, jealousy, or even sadness.

It

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12 Ways to Increase Your Concentration!

The concentration requires a great amount of effort and time.

Even if you practice it for one week or even a month, the result won’t be productive if your brain isn’t performing well. Still, there are fairly easy ways to improve your concentration quickly and effectively.

If you find it hard to concentrate, please try the tips below:

1. First

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