Set Your Mind For Inspired Action

It's near impossible to feel inspired without the right type of mindset and tools. It doesn't matter what you’re trying to accomplish. There's a certain way of thinking that you must have, and this type of thinking is what will give you the inspiration to take action. Taking action is a crucial part of being successful, but not just any action. In order to truly be successful it is important to take inspired action. So how do you recognize the difference between inspired action and action that seems to get you no where?

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HOW TO STOP THE MOMENTUM OF DEPRESSION: 8 Steps to stop the sadness before it takes over your life

There are a lot of people who struggle with confidence issues, but when those struggles go much deeper than a lack of confidence about a situation or ability, it can lead to depression. Many people struggle with confidence due to trauma and this trauma creates havoc on a person’s, self esteem and self worth, leaving them to feel isolated and alone. 

What Is Depression?

Depression is a feeling of sadness, hopelessness, or despondency that last for an unusually long period of time and significantly affects the quality of a person’s life. Depression has been found to be associated with many forms of victimization, including sexual, violent crime, bullying, domestic abuse, physical or verbal abuse, and health or economic situations caused by unexpected circumstances. 

The cycle of Depression is created when,

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As a Man Thinks, So He Is: Mastering Illusion

Everything we experience, our thoughts, feelings, sensations, perceptions and dreams are mere forms appearing to us through our consciousness. Even though things seem to be present and real in our reality, like the desk that I am at and the chair that I sit in to write to you, right now, feels real and it seems certain that I am seeing these objects of matter in a direct way.

However science has begun to search deeper into understandings that have been presented in the ages by scholars such as Kant and Einstein. Kant argued that our experiences are structured by necessary features of our minds. Einstein said that “reality is merely an illusion, albeit a very persistent one.” 

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