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The one vital life skill we were never taught in school

A priest highlights the value of concentration and shares an easy but powerful technique that you can practise to develop the power of focus in your life
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The little book of manners for every smart phone user

Are you guilty of displaying shabby etiquette when using your cell phone?
Prisoners of Our Thoughts by Alex Pattakos and Elaine Dundon

Prisoners of Our Thoughts by Alex Pattakos and Elaine Dundon

Learn the seven core principles for discovering meaning in your life and work
Man folded hands, eyes closed / Ho’oponopono

Want peace of mind? Repeat these four phrases over and over again

Whenever you notice an inner disturbance created by something going on outside of yourself, it becomes an opportunity to practise this new approach
online shopping with smartphone and a cup of black coffee on table

Simple retail therapy or serious mental health issue?

Online shopping is convenient but also comes with a high risk of forming an addiction; it's a real problem that's needs to nipped in the bud
Closeup view of a man using fasterEFT tapping to help relieve various physical and emotional ailments

Try Faster EFT to rewire your brain for health, happiness and success

FasterEFT re-programmes your brain to think another way by breaking the chain of negative reactions you have to certain stimuli
You have the freedom to choose your attitude

How choosing your attitude brings meaning to your life

We must resist the temptation to remain prisoners of our thoughts and exercise the freedom to choose our attitude, no matter what

What happens when grief strikes

Losing a parent is one of the hardest things in the world. Yet, it is a part of the natural cycle of life. A daughter takes us through the five stages of grief she underwent on the loss of the father she idolised
Man frustrated covering his face

The high cost of beating yourself up habitually

Are you your own biggest critic? Do you always berate yourself for your weaknesses? Beating yourself up is a terrible habit that does immense harm to you
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A crash course in authentic rebellion

The true nature of rebellion is not going against the grain blindly; it involves a thoughtful approach to sift out nonsense beliefs

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