Today I came across this idea that got stuck in my head: we give what we want to receive. The problem with this is that there are times when it creates more damage instead of doing good. Why? Because people are different and they have different needs. It manifests the most when there is … More We give what we want to receive – Reblog
Have you ever given an advice and the person that received it did nothing with it? How did you felt when that happened? Even though people need advices, they’re not always prepared to receive it because they’re not prepared to act upon it. Maybe they can’t or maybe they don’t want to do … More Not everybody takes advices!
Continuing the not-so-common types of therapies series, I’m writing a few words about the dance/movement therapy (also called dance movement psychotherapy in UK). “DMT (or DMP) is the psychotherapeutic use of movement and dance to support intellectual, emotional, and motor functions of the body. As a modality of the creative arts therapies, DMT looks at the correlation between movement and … More The Dance/Movement Therapy
What do you do in the first minutes of your morning? What about the first hour? It seems that our morning has the power to decide our day. Do you pay attention to it? Due to my tight schedule, lately I’m not paying so much attention to my morning routine as I used … More The importance of our morning routine – Reblog
Have you ever heard about music therapy? I’m sure you’ve experienced how music changes your mood or state or mind and because of this, some dudes went deep into this and they set up the bases of this new-ish type of therapy. “Music therapy is the use of music to improve clients’ quality of life … More Music – A great therapeutic tool
In the search of creating a post, I stumbled across this video that reminded me something I often forget: perfection is a self-imposed standard impossible to achieve. But we all want to achieve it in whatever we do. It’s healthy to strive for perfection, but it’s not healthy to expect to achieve it. … More Perfection equals Paralysis
Well, it doesn’t, but we surely think so from time to time. Today I encountered some problems that shouldn’t exist in the first place, but hey, at least, I didn’t got bored. Anyway, this made me think about the post I wrote a while back about problems so I want to share it with … More Life sucks? – Reblog
How often do you have a crazy idea and after that you think it will never become a reality? You get from excited to sad very quickly, don’t you? That’s because the actual reality doesn’t match with the future one if you don’t know how it can be done. And that happens all the … More Impossible? Think again!
Lately, my life got very busy and I started to ignore the goals I’ve set to myself. Because of it, I did a quick search here, on PO, because I know I wrote something about goals a while back. This post reminded that we can do anything and everything we set our mind to … More A way to achieve any goal – Reblog
Have you ever wondered from where do our thoughts and feelings come? I’m currently reading Incognito by David Eagleman and in the first half of this book I got the idea that somehow our conscious self is the last one to know about… everything. The underlying processes decide everything and we are informed about … More Who’s in charge of YOU?
A few days ago, I was watching an episode of The Middle together with my wife. At a certain point, one of the characters started talking about what’s happening when we die. Basically, we get a funeral stone on which it is written the date we were born, a dash and the date we … More The Dash Called Life
Provided by Philosophy through Photography *originally posted on Philosophy through Photography The tongue is a fantastic organ! You Use it for speech, taste and decorative/culture ( tongue piercing). It’s a strong arsenal in your body. Tongue is a blessing and also your nemesis. It can make the difference between life & death, joy & sorrow. … More Tongue-tasteic!
Provided by CP from Papagni Pages I’ve been on an honesty kick for a long time and it doesn’t always work for me. Up against a wall You hear a lot about gay people “coming out” these days. There are many incredible stories; each unique and compelling. Mine is no different — act straight, … More I Was Taught to Keep it All Inside
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Provided by Betul Erbasi from betulerbasi.com How are you? English Wie geht es dir? German Nasılsın? Turkish كيف حالك Arabic 你好嗎? Mandarin お元気ですか？ Japanese The phrases in the set above mean the same thing in different languages. They look fairly different, right? I would not think that these languages could share anything at all. Well, … More UNIVERSAL GRAMMAR, SAY WHAT?!
It might sound tough, but we’re not flawless and we’re not perfect. Because we’re “only” humans. The thing is that from time to time we find it very hard to accept it when it comes to us, but we tend to be indulgent when it comes to other people. Yes, it is true and … More Why self-love is a challenge?
Take a good look at your life. How does it look like? Why is it the way it is? Is that a reason for it to be the same in the future? Now look at your dreams. Is your daily behavior going to take you there? If so, awesome! If not, why know? When would … More Do you blame others for the life you have?
How many times you’ve stopped yourself from doing something just because you didn’t believe you can do it or that it is possible? People are not born with 100% confidence. That’s a mixture we develop in time and it’s vital for our success rate in life. We do things without 100% confidence all … More Build Your Confidence
A few days ago I asked you What do you feel when you think about your job? and the responses were pretty interesting. Whilst some people love what they do, there are others that have mixed feelings or they even hate what they do. A while back I made a post about why … More Does your job match you?
Problems are everywhere and they are never-ending. And still… we try to dodge them as the devil dodges holy water. We somehow have the idea that being happy and fulfilled means we have no problems. I believe this is wrong. Being happy has nothing to do with the amount of problems we have, but … More The relationship with your problems