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Are the stones/gems/yantras really powerful? Read the article to find out for yourself.
All of us want to live a successful & confident life.We must learn the tricks of the trade to behave confidently.
Your intention is to motivate a child or employee to do better. You are clear in your mind what you want to achieve and the behavior that you want changed. You expect to be listened to and obeyed! You are right and they are wrong. Someday, they will be grateful that you cared enough to show them what they were doing incorrectly.
Are you acquainted with spoiled, airhead, belligerent, obnoxious and rude children? Even worse, are you related to them? Are you so stressed out with trying to gain cooperation, that there is little time for fun or expressions of love? Is your interaction more of a battleground than peaceful co-existence?
“But love must begin from the beginning. It must begin with this first step: love yourself.” [OSHO, 1931-1990] Loving yourself is getting you through continuous change and development, being yourself, and enjoying your presence at every moment. It gives you the power of doing things, it takes wings. It has nothing to do with ego that stems from comparing yourself with the others and more-less means loving of your image instead of yourself.
Encouragement is the process of focusing on your children's assets and strengths in order to build their self-confidence and feelings of worth.
Being Positive, Grateful, and Confident is a Skill. You want to be self-confident and you want to build that inner core of strength in your children and grandchildren.
Some years ago, our family was going through a tough time. We had suffered lots of financial, medical and emotional stress. It became so overwhelming that we approached an older man from our church for counsel.
Everybody has beliefs. No matter who you are or where you're from, you hold beliefs about life. They may not be religious or spiritual beliefs, but rather beliefs about life and what it holds. Beliefs about how you should live. The problem is, it's easy to let your beliefs control you, instead of you controlling your beliefs.
Is friendship important? Do you feel or think that others don't want to be your friend? Do you label yourself as "shy" or a "loner"? If you could look in a catalog to find the kind of friend you would like, what would you look for? How many of those characteristics do you share with others?
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