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2 Steps Forward, 1 BackÖ Master the Dance of Change by Linda-Ann Stewart. When you pursue a dream, vision or make a change, you expect that things will flow smoothly. And when they don't, which is normal, you feel upset or angry at the setback. Unfortunately, these negative emotions can block your movement forward. Instead of getting upset, use the opportunities the obstruction brings you. It could be a gift for you. Learn 6 positive reasons for this problem, what you can learn from them, and how you can use them to move forward.
Have you been pursuing a dream, vision or goal, and suddenly hit a brick wall? All of a sudden, your progress has stopped or plateaued. Has that ever happened to you? I think it would be unusual if it hadn't. Progress rarely is constant or happens in a straight line. Watch "Has Your Progress Plateaued?"
In Sparks of Insight, there are posts about how your beliefs need to change if you want to change, and a better way to use an affirmation.
Trending Articles of the Week links to articles on dealing with toxic people, habits to break to be more productive, how to slow the brain's aging, dealing with negative people, changing your body clock, and how to make good decisions.
I answer the question, "I've been taking medication for depression, but what are some more holistic ways for me to deal with it?" I'm not a medical doctor nor psychologist, so I can only give some suggestions. First, I completely support taking medication to start feeling better. But I also give 3 natural options to investigate and a final thought.
In Recommended reading, I review "The Dream Encyclopedia." This encyclopedia has an excellent section on dream symbol interpretation thatís been very helpful, but itís only about one-third of the book. The rest of the material is about much, much more than that.
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