1). Aggressive and Non-Aggressive Juvenile Fire Setters By : Kathryn Seifert
There appear to be two types of juvenile fire setters: Aggressive and non-aggressive. Assessment is the key to designing interventions. Early interventions are essential. Interventions may involve the family and trauma issues.
2). You Can Completely Alter Your Life With “Profound Knowledge By : Saleem Rana
In the field of psychology, many people are aware of how trauma can ruin a person’s life, but what most people are not aware of is that the opposite can happen. Something really good can happen to a person that elevates their lives to the level of greatness.
3). Notes on the Mystery of Suicide By : Hugh Rosen
Not even professionals can understand the nature of suicide.
4). You’re acting Funny By : Jeff Casmer
Every since civilization started many people have been suffering from psychological disorders such as sadness and strange and awkward behavior. There have been many of scientists that have tried to figure out the cure for them and treat these disorders.
5). The Differences Between A Good Liar And A Great Liar: Using Eye Aversion And Amplification By : Simon Cruise
You can tell a lot about how a person feels about you from the amount and kind of eye contact they give you during conversation. Noticing very little eye contact may suggest they’re feeling bored. While a heavy, unbroken gaze can bring about intense feelings of attraction, or even love.
6). The 3 Reasons We Fail To Spot Lies By : Simon Cruise
Most people lie every now and then, usually just to make day to day life easier to live. On the most part, and thankfully, the majority of people choose only to tell white lies – statements that avoid or twist the truth in a deliberate but always well-intentioned manner.
7). Island of Dreams By : Saleem Rana
Sometimes life is not as complex as you think. Sometimes all you need to do to create massive change is to alter the way you see things.
8). Ms. Perfect at Work By : Robert Elias Najemy
This type of worker has an attachment to a perfect result.
9). How To Solve Persistent And Frustrating Problems By : Saleem Rana
Solving persistent and frustrating problems is not about doing more or trying harder, nor is it even about soliciting an expert opinion—it’s about changing your mind, your circumstances, and your life by finding a new answer that specifically works for you.
10). It Takes As Much Energy To Fail As To Succeed By : Saleem Rana
When we view failure and success as an energy-consuming matrix it becomes quite obvious where and how to apply our attention and effort.
11). Perspectives on Psychotherapy By : Hugh Rosen
How a professional views the science of psychotherapy.
12). Strength and Fear, Emotion and Logic By : Robert Elias Najemy
A few years ago, Angela almost fainted in the center of town. She felt helpless. She was losing her senses among all those strangers.
13). I can’t, I can’t, I CAN’T By : Patricia Zelkovsky
You spend the day eating salad and being positively angelic, then you get home at night, open the cupboard and think about your dinner. On the shelf is a packet of your favorite biscuits.
14). Use the Pleasure Response For Success By : Saleem Rana
The Pleasure Response is a new therapeutic tool that I have been successfully using to help other people become more productive and successful
15). Dealing with Anger By : Robert Elias Najemy
Rage is an advanced form of anger, just as panic is to fear, a state in which we are even less in control of our words and behavior.
16). Preventing Future Violence By : Kathryn Seifert
Understanding the development of violence allows us to not only predict, but prevent future acts of violence. Services must be provided as early in the cycle as possible.
17). 7 Signs Your Teenager is at Risk for Violent Behavior By : Kathryn Seifert
Teenaged killers have filled the headlines. Teen violence is preventable if youth at risk are identified and appropriate treatment is made available. Seven risk factors are listed.
18). The Parable of the Touchstone By : Saleem Rana
Here is a parable that illustrates an important success principle. You can be doing everything right, following all the other success principles, but if you miss this one, all your effort will be undone.
19). The Art of Change By : Martha Ruske
Why is it so difficult for us to make lasting changes in our behavior? If we understand the “stages of change” we are more likely to be successful.
20). Emotions Controlling The Inner Peace By : Rene Graeber
When a person acts on emotions, the person is allowing the emotions to take over the thoughts. The emotions prepare the body for action. When the emotions become triggered, the trigger hitting the inner source is either negative or positive.
21). Negative Thinking Robbing Souls of Inner Peace By : Rene Graeber
Negative thinking robs the soul of inner peace. As a positive person, one thing I detest is negative thinking. My son is the biggest pessimistic in the world in my opinion, and this boy can drive a mother out of her mind if she allows him to do so.
22). Comfort Shoes vs. Stylish Shoes By : David Skul
Shoes are made specially s a protection for our feet. Not only they keep us from sickness, it will also be able to make us look good. The choice of shoes whether on design or quality, depends on the owner.
23). 7 Root Causes of Bitter Failure By : Saleem Rana
There are seven critical features necessary for even moderate success. Should any of these features be at a low ebb, then you will find yourself living a life of quiet desperation and bitter failure. Ironically, these key elements can be healed with some sustained effort. Alternatively, should you be able to raise all seven levels of personal power, you will find yourself living in a whole new world, where success becomes the norm rather than the exception.
24). Energy Enhancement Meditation and the Psychology of Ego Strategies of the Aloof and the Poor Me. By : Swami Satchidanand
As Gurdjieff said, "The personality that says It will get up early in the morning is not the same personality who throws the alarm clock out of the window!!." This is the psychology of the split personality!
25). The Gift Of Inner Peace By : Rene Graeber
Inner peace is a gift from birth that we must all learn how to reach at some point in our lifetime. Throughout our lifetime, we climb over hills and mountains that touch the minds mechanisms, which sometimes hold us back from our inner peace.
26). Energy Enhancement, Theseus And The Minotaur, Energy Circulation And Opening The Heart By : Swami Satchidanand
The Minotaur like the Sphinx, the Centaur, King Kong and the Beauty and the Beast, shows the dual Nature of man. It represents the man without a heart, the savage animal red in tooth and claw. The Law of the Jungle. Kill or be killed. The person only interested in himself to the detriment of everyone around him.
27). Rage Of The Tortured Child By : Sramana Mitra
Tormented childhoods produce high achievers?
28). The Roles of Parent, Savior, Teacher and Super-responsible By : Robert Elias Najemy
Anthony plays the role of "the savior." He feels responsible for just about everyone’s reality. He believes he must rescue them and keep them well and happy.
29). Energy Enhancement and the Mythical Labour of Hercules Involving the Hydra By : Swami Satchidanand
Throughout history, simple stories and symbols containing many levels of meaning have usually not been destroyed by the prevalent Religion as have been the competing religions temples and texts. In particular The Herculean Labour of the cleaning of the Augean stables refers to the cleaning of the Base Chakra with a River of Energy.
30). Energy Enhancement and The Retrieval of the Soul Splits of the Inner Children Sub - Personalities. By : Swami Satchidanand
Many psychological books talk about these Splits which usually start off as Inner Children Energy Blockages. They are anaesthetised through Drugs, but Only Meditation, Through the Grounding of Negative Energies and other Immensely Powerful Blockage Busting Techniques, can drain these Energy Blockages of their Painful Negative Energies and Emotions and Integrate them back into the Soul Central Stem.
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