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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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What Is Family Manipulation and How to Recognize Its Warning Signs

By | March 15th, 2018|

Does family manipulation sound like a new thing? You may be surprised to learn that manipulation can come from anyone – be it, partners, mothers or fathers… even siblings. Partner manipulation has become pretty common. Many people have managed to get away from this sort of abusive relationship. However, manipulation is prevalent in all sorts of relationships, apart from the intimate sort. In fact, many people are reporting that family manipulation is also a problem. [...]

6 Topics to Talk about with People as a Socially Awkward Introvert

By | March 14th, 2018|

If you are an introvert, shy or socially awkward, then making conversation with others can be terrifying. It helps to have a few ready prepared topics to talk about so you don't go blank when you meet someone new. Being socially at ease is a skill that comes more naturally to some than others. However, like all skills, it can be learned. Whatever social level you are performing at, you can do things to help [...]

What Are Alpha Waves and How to Train Your Brain to Achieve Them

By | March 13th, 2018|

Alpha waves are associated with the relaxed state of the mind. You can greatly benefit from them and even train your brain to produce them. This will help you achieve maximum concentration, awareness and relaxation. Imagine for a second that you are sitting on a sandy beach, or under a tree staring far into the horizon. Or maybe you are in your easy chair at home, relaxed and with no particular task in mind. Now [...]

What Is Psychological Repression and How It Secretly Affects You and Your Health

By | March 12th, 2018|

Psychological repression is a defense mechanism in which we unconsciously push away painful or traumatic memories, thoughts or desires. This also includes aggressive or sexual urges. We repress these unpleasant thoughts and memories so that we can lead a relatively normal life. Psychological repression is an unconscious act. If we consciously push distressing thoughts to the back of our mind, this is called suppression. Sigmund Freud was the first person to talk about psychological repression. [...]

Dealing with Social Anxiety in a Social Situation: What It’s Like and How to Cope

By | March 11th, 2018|

Dealing with social anxiety is never easy - you feel as if you’re in a spotlight all the time. What makes it worse is most people don’t understand, and thus cannot offer help. Being nervous is normal, but dealing with social anxiety is not. Everyone gets scared from time to time, especially giving speeches or conducting performances in front of a crowd. These things give you normal jitters, alleviated by learning to weather the nervousness. [...]

7 Signs Your Abstract Thinking Is Highly Developed (and How to Further Advance It)

By | March 10th, 2018|

Abstract thinking is the ability to think about things that are not actually present. People who think in an abstract way look at the broader significance of ideas and information rather than the concrete details. Abstract thinkers are interested in the deeper meaning of things and the bigger picture. Is your abstract thinking above average? What is abstract thinking? Perhaps the easiest way to explain abstract thinking is to compare it with its opposite - concrete [...]

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