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Your Self Image Contributes In Achieving Your Goals

Megan Young, as a child, had a habit of walking and pretending that she was a model and a beauty queen. She was not dreaming of becoming one. She simply acted like one. Some twenty years after, Miss World crowned her as Miss World 2013.

In the book "The Magic Of Believing", it told a story about a young American girl who believed that she was a princess. Many years after, a prince in India fell in love with her and they got married.

In an airport, after a tour abroad, the customs did not open the boxes that the traveler, who was not a rich guy but looked like a wealthy man, brought with him. His friend, who was a wealthy person but looked like a poor person, had all his boxes and luggage opened and inspected scrutinizingly by the customs officer. (You don't have to wear jewelry and expensive signature clothes in order to look rich.)

Back in college, my classmates thought that I was rich. I never argued with them. I let them believed that I was rich even if I was not. Wh…

How Long Does It Take To Remove A Bad Habit Or Belief?

Some say that it takes 21 to 90 days to form a habit. Therefore, to reverse a bad habit or belief also takes 21 to 90 days or even longer. Tough? No! It is tougher. It is tougher to reverse a bad habit or belief because it takes two processes: first is to remove or erase the bad "data" in your mind (subconscious-unconscious); second is to replace it with new and better "data" (actually, neuron cells).

Have you ever wondered why a single and short traumatic experience could have a lifetime effect on you? The reason for that is the huge emotion that you put on it. That emotion is like an indelible ink that printed the bad habit in your brain. It was engraved in it.

Bad habits and beliefs caused by traumatic experiences are the hardest to reverse. It takes a lot of time, like years, to reverse it.

On the other hand, a positive emotion, no matter how huge it is, is not enough to replace the bad habits or beliefs formed by a traumatic experience. It takes repeated re-c…

Pronoia: The Universe Is Friendly

Pronoia is defined as a belief that the universe is friendly. The word was coined in 1982 by Fred Goldner, a sociologist.

People have bad habits and beliefs that they are not aware of. Some writers call this unconscious incompetence. Bad habits and beliefs are also called goal blockers.

Say you have a habit of eating milk chocolates after every meal. For you, this is normal — not bad at all. At the same time, you want to lose weight. But no matter how hard you try, you continue to gain weight. Why is that? The answer is that, there must be an old habit that is blocking your goal. And it could be your habit of binge eating of milk chocolates.

So what's the solution? The solution is to turn things positively with new thoughts that are positive. For example, "Eating dark chocolates after a meal increases my metabolism." This new positive thought must be able to convince you and reverse your bad habit of feasting on milk chocolates. Don't say, "Eating milk chocolate…

Is There Such Thing As Luck?

I believe there is. If there is good luck, there is also contra-luck – a situation or condition that works against luck. There is no such thing as "bad luck" because luck is always good. It is something positive.

Some people opine that "there is no luck, only hard work." I believe instead that work — hard or otherwise — and luck work together. There are extraordinary cases of luck like winning a million cash from the lottery or any raffle. But even such thing requires work. You have to do something. You have to buy a ticket, which is your investment or your risk, fill out the raffle ticket, and drop it in drop boxes. Even if by surprise you receive an inheritance, it may be due to something you have done well for your benefactor. Being nice and kind is already an investment. That is called an effortlessly emotional work.

Luck exists whether we like it or not. It is a gift for every one. But we must also accept the fact that luck does not happen every day. It picks …

When I Stumbled Upon The Real Mind Power Secrets

I stumbled upon the Real Mind Power Secrets during the time I was very low, had very low self-esteem, feeling hopeless, didn't know what to do with my life, and wondering why my life was a mess, unfortunate, and sad. Doodling and Googling on my computer, typing words like "help me", "save me" but nothing useful would come out of the web page.

My continuous search, not exactly on the Net, for solutions and reasons on how to uplift my life led me to something else. Actually, I didn't find that "something", that "something" found me. It's like the answer to my questions came to me by itself as if saying, "Hey, I heard you're looking for me. Here I am."

I clicked an ad that led me to an opt-in page. The next day, and every now and then, I was receiving email from a guy named Song. In one of his emails, a link brought me to the Real Mind Power Secrets.

Real Mind Power Secrets is full of "secrets", i.e. knowledge t…

Secret To Eternal Youth?

While writing this, 400-500 tweets from the hashtag #MyHusbandsLover plague my Twitter every minute. This Philippine drama is phenomenal. It continues to trend on Twitter every day since its pilot episode.

But my topic today is not about this drama series My Husband's Lover (GMA Network). I'm writing about this so-called lost Tibetan secret to eternal youth! I had to buy the product so I could test it if there's truth to what it claims. You can check out the product here.

The product is not something you apply to your body or take it orally. It is just an ebook. The book writes a short background how the "secret" was discovered by Peter Kelder, who spent time in a monastery with the Dalai Lama. The main content of the book is about the procedure on how to go about what is called the "5 secret rituals" that the monks from a Himalayan monastery regularly perform. I haven't seen any Himalayan monk so I don't know how old they are and how young the…

How I Learned To Meditate Without Knowing It

In my early teenage life, I discovered that I had a tendency to be violent when provoked, humiliated, and heckled. Thankfully, at a young age, I was already aware that being violent was not a good behavior, that I must avoid it, and so, change myself.

In the catholic school I was studying, I learned about the virtue of temperance. At first, I didn't understand the meaning of the word, so, I researched for it. Having understood it, the next thing I had to learn was how to apply it. But I didn't know how.

Perhaps, it was instinct or something else. I turned to prayer by quieting down. What I didn't know that what I was doing was meditating.

I learned to control my temper. Whenever I felt that the violent side of me was about to overpower me, I would sneak out to a chapel; if none was around, to any quiet place. There I would feel my heart pumping furiously and warmth would crawl from the soles of my feet to the crown of my head. Tears would well around my eyes, but actually…