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This is a source for deep thinkers, lifelong learners and truth seekers.

Here you will find thought-provoking and informative content to give you inspiration, food for thought and new ideas on how to uncover your inner potential. Our purpose is to help you expand your knowledge and consciousness, discover yourself and become a better person.

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  • self-sabotaging behavior signs

6 Signs You Are Self-Sabotaging and How to Stop This Toxic Behavior

February 20th, 2020|

Unfortunately, we can sometimes fall into self-sabotaging behavior. There is more than one reason for that. At the moment, I feel as if I am sabotaging my life. Just when I think everything is okay, another boulder rolls down the hill and flattens me again. But it’s not a real boulder, it just feels like one. You see, at that moment, I lose all desire for the things that used to make me happy. It’s [...]

  • psychological skills smart people

4 Psychological Skills Truly Smart People Have

February 19th, 2020|

Some people just seem to sail through life, don’t they? They face problems with determination, successes with humility, and are just all-around likeable, smart and decent folk. Perhaps they are using psychological skills that we don’t know about? There are certainly lots of life hacks that people use in order to get ahead. For instance, studies show that if you want someone to do you a favour, do something nice for them a few days [...]

  • insecure overachiever signs

5 Signs You Could Be an Insecure Overachiever and How It Ruins Your Life

February 18th, 2020|

An insecure overachiever is someone who constantly strives to do better but never feels like they reach it. They tend to believe that their worth is based on their job, work or career. As a result, they are not confident in their achievements and crave praise to remind them that they are good enough. This impaired thinking is often based on past childhood experiences and poorly directed praise from their parents and role-models. Overachievers with hidden [...]

  • social media and isolation

Studies Confirm the Link Between the Use of Social Media and Isolation

February 17th, 2020|

From the UK to the US and all the way to India, numerous studies confirm links between social media and loneliness, depression, and anxiety. But how can social media use cause social isolation? Why is social media so bad for our mental health? And does this mean we need to completely cut social media out of our lives? This post explores why social media and loneliness are linked. We will also look at how to [...]

  • mental laziness

Mental Laziness Is More Common Than Ever: How to Overcome It?

February 16th, 2020|

We live in a modern society where information is available constantly. We’re able to instantly access what’s going on in faraway countries and we can immediately see how millions of other people feel about it. This is causing more and more of us to develop mental laziness. Instead of thinking for ourselves, we’re allowing others to tell us how to think. The more we do this, the worse our thinking abilities become. Like any muscle, [...]

  • Oldest Child syndrome

7 Signs of Oldest Child Syndrome and How to Get Over It

February 15th, 2020|

Being the oldest sibling can be tough. After all, you were the Guinea pig, the one your parents used to learn how to be a parent. I guess that sounds kind of mean but think about it. Unless your parents worked at daycares or one of them babysit other children, when you, the oldest child came along, they were clueless. This started the oldest child syndrome. This issue, although it sounds sad, helps our parents [...]

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