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The welcome me to me journey

Reading, writing and researching are some of my passions. It is important that my blogs focus on providing a different outlook so that we can grow together on the ‘welcome me to me’ journey. Please connect with me, follow me and leave any comments or thoughts on what you read.

The Deadly Sin of Phenomenalism

The Deadly Sin of Phenomenalism

Maybe, just maybe, if we choose to ignore social media for one day, including the news, we will be able to regulate our minds with perspective and meaning. Tough? Yes, it is. And quite possible. How do we know this? Well, there is a process, created by behavioural...

The Deadly Sin of Incongruence

The Deadly Sin of Incongruence

Right! Let’s begin by addressing the meaning of incongruence. Coined by a famous psychologist, incongruence is created when we have a discrepancy in our self–belief and compare ourselves to how we wish we could be – something known as the ‘ideal self’. So, we look at...

The Deadly Sin of Stagnation

The Deadly Sin of Stagnation

Oxford Dictionary describes stagnation as, ‘the state of flowing or not moving’ and/or ‘lack of activity, growth or development’. We want to add another definition – watching Netflix, being addicted to social media, and still believing that was true ‘back then’, is...

The Deadly Sin of Incuriosity

The Deadly Sin of Incuriosity

Here’s something that is worth knowing and repeating, because people don’t seem to get it…when all you do is talk, especially talk ‘at’ people, they become demotivated because they feel that they have zero autonomy. In addition to this, you take away their purpose....

The Deadly Sin of Thoughtscape

The Deadly Sin of Thoughtscape

Right! Let’s get straight into the definition of ‘thoughtscape’. This word means to have a mental or imaginary landscape. We literally carve out our reality, usually untested, based on our perspective. Isn’t it a great way to define our inner thoughts? So, let’s focus...

The Deadly Sin of Silence

The Deadly Sin of Silence

Silence can be construed in many ways. It can be an inner stillness, or as simple as, something lacking sound. It can be something that we crave, or it can be something that we wish we could avoid. Let’s agree this, silencing the mind is not the sin that we need to...

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