Is positive thinking silly or science? This is what I wondered when I first started getting interested in Psychology way back in my twenties.
I remember people talking about self-fulfilling prophecies and couldn’t help but notice the amount of times that this theory seemed to be borne out. I became curious. I wanted to know if there was any actual science behind the statements and theories that I was hearing.
I did some digging, some research of my own, and some observations. This is what I found out…
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Is manifestation myth or miracle? This was something I wanted to find out for myself a while ago now, but it has been at the forefront of my mentoring workshops this month and I thought I would share my findings with my blogging friends as well as my clients.
Manifestation is talked about everywhere right now. It is really big in parts of the USA, and the UK, as usual, is taking notice of what is going on across the pond. But what exactly is going on?
Well, there are a lot of people who are promoting the idea that you can manifest whatever you want in your life simply by having the right attitude and asking the universe for it.
mmmm, sounds a little fishy doesn’t it? iI mean, if it were that simple everyone would have everything they could ever want wouldn’t they?
This post is going to show you that sometimes, from chaos you can get clarity. Real clarity. Something that smacks you in the face and makes you sit up and take notice.
I think I always knew this, but recently things have happened to demonstrate just how impactful this can be.
I’m having a new kitchen fitted at the moment and I totally underestimated how much chaos it was going to bring to my home and my life.
I have been without a kitchen sink and dishwasher for over 2 weeks now which means I have had to resort to washing up in the bath. I know, what a hardship right. Yes I get it but kneeling on the hard tiled floor trying to wash my dishes in the tub is no fun I can tell you.
Oh, and as well as no sink, the fridge has had to be moved to the garden-room. We stuck the microwave on top of it so that, in essence, is my kitchen. A fridge with a microwave on top and a little table to the side of it with some cutlery on it.
Are your goals letting you down? You might think that is a strange thing to ask. After all, goals are meant to help you achieve things, so how could they be letting you down?
During my 4 years studying for my psychology degree I learnt a thing or two about goal setting, both in terms of how they work psychologically and how they help you achieve the things you set your heart on.
But goals that are not properly defined, lack emotion or imagination or that have no specific end date are most definitely going to let you down and here’s why…