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Accept it and move forward

Let’s move forward. I love soccer. Like handball or water polo, every team has a goalkeeper, a person in charge of avoiding the other team to score. Imagine a goalkeeper who complains because the other team’s forwards make strong and accurate shots. He would have an excuse to justify the goals: “They are too good for me; I can’t do anything”.

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Positive and Negative Feelings

Positive and Negative Feelings. Talking about positive emotions, like happiness or friendship, or negative, such as hatred, is to accept that both positivity or negativity exists.

It looks like “positive” emotions are good, so you must feel them, and “negative” emotions are bad, so you must not feel them. I don’t think there’s a list of banned feelings anywhere…

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Is it Because of Stress?

Is it because of stress? Science provides plenty of proofs about the close relationship between body and mind. Every physical symptom has an emotional impact and vice versa. That’s because body and mind are both part of the same energy system.

Under normal conditions, our head, chest and abdomen move according to our internal pulse rate, in perfect synchrony. But when stress comes, synchrony is lost: our hearth beats faster, in order to get ready for action, our mind is willing to say “No!” but, at the end, we end up saying “Yes”.

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10 Reasons to Jump out of Bed!

Reasons to Jump out of Bed? Why should you wake up so early, especially on winter days? Early in the morning, when the alarm clock rings, the best place to be is in bed. And when you are not sure about the purpose of waking up, time goes by and you are still inside, away from coldness. During a coaching session I recently had, I was trying to find some motivational tips to help my client to wake up in the morning.

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10 Mantras for your meditation

Mantras for Your Meditation. One of meditation’s ultimate goals is to empty your mind, so that you are ready to fill it with good experiences. By freeing yourself of thoughts –specially, the negative ones, you get ready for being conscious of the good things that life brings you.

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Is your to-do list full? Empty it!

Do you feel like your to-do list is huge? Are your obligations overwhelming? If so, there is a simple 3-step exercise to empty it, so that you can focus on just the things you’d love to do.

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