Self-empowerment means an individual is in control of his or her life and views the trials they face in life in a positive way. It’s also about building self-esteem and confidence. And with the right kind of motivation, a person can be empowered to have a happier and more successful life. Sometimes, it is frustrating that we don’t have control over our personal and professional life. However, it is possible to wipe out this feeling of incapability with self-empowerment.
Self-love is not simply a state of feeling good. It is a state of appreciation for oneself that grows from actions that support our physical, psychological, and spiritual growth. Self-love is dynamic; it grows through actions that mature us. When we act in ways that expand self-love in us, we begin to accept much better our weaknesses as well as our strengths, have less need to explain away our shortcomings, have compassion for ourselves as human beings struggling to find personal meaning, are more centered in our life purpose and values, and expect living fulfillment through our own efforts.
Coronavirus - There is only so much we can do on a physical level to prepare ourselves and indeed protect ourselves from the current threat to our lives, health and wider economic instability. The Coronavirus has created worldwide panic and confusion. We have quite simply feel that we have no control over this invisible foe. That’s until now. Now you can take back some control of how you deal with this threat to you, your life and your loved ones. Now you can take action which goes beyond physical preparedness such as hand washing or stocking up on supplies. Now you can protect yourself from this deadly killer on a much deeper level. In this article we explain the impact...
Neurofeedback, also known as EEG (electroencephalogram) biofeedback, is a therapeutic intervention that provides immediate feedback from a computer-based program that assesses a client’s brainwave activity. The program then uses sound or visual signals to reorganize or retrain these brain signals. By responding to this process, clients learn to regulate and improve their brain function and to alleviate symptoms of various neurological and mental health disorders.
Brain plasticity, also known as neuroplasticity, is a term that refers to the brain's ability to change and adapt as a result of experience. When people say that the brain possesses plasticity, they are not suggesting that the brain is similar to plastic. Neuro refers to neurons, the nerve cells that are the building blocks of the brain and nervous system, and plasticity refers to the brain's malleability.