After reading the nice post
by Daniel, I thought that I must summarize the main points:
1. Be happy with what you have. Life should be full of
experiences (not things).
2. Remove and throw away unwanted things
3. Stop making excuses and start finding solutions.
4. Drop down emotional baggage
5. Believe in NOW - There is no “right” or “perfect” time to
6. Forget old relationships which causes pain
7. NO PERFECTION. You don’t need to be right. Everyone makes
8. Don’t fear to try new things.
9. Don’t depend on others.
Running away from problems is not the solution.
The more you run away from them, the more they appear to
If you consider every problem as a challenge and you work
towards finding a solution for the problem,you will see a victory in defeating those challenges.
Problems will try to dominate the situation if nothing is
done and you will eventually find yourself sad and hopeless. We don’t want
this. We want solutions.
Every problem has a solution. We just need to think and analyze.
We also need to make some effort to get the solution.
Hard work is on the other side of those great achievers and successful people. "Great achievements are not a one step process. One has to
work through many steps."
Each step is like a battle which must be won with lots of
energy, preparation and effort.
To climb to the top we need perseverance, determination, passion
(or madness) and motivation. These are the fuel of our success.
As we climb up, not every time things will happen according to
our wishes. We also need to deal with failures and understand why there were
failures. After defeating failures, we can climb to the next step.
No one really thought that one day we will land into this
problem of Internet Addiction. Googling everything.Blogging everything.Facebook.Tweet. Retweet
everything.Download. Download and
still downloading.Skype whole day.Online gaming.
Do you find yourself in a similar situation?
Do feel that the Internet has taken over your life?
Take a break.
While researching on this topic, I got to learn this is
called Internet Addiction Disorder From Wikipedia, the
free encyclopedia: “Internet addiction disorder(IAD) is now more commonly calledproblematic
internet use(PIU)orcompulsive internet use(CIU).Other overlapping terms includeinternet
overuse,problematic computer useorpathological computer use– and eveniDisorder.These terms avoid the wordaddictionand are not limited to any single cause, but
only reflect a general statement about excessive computer use that interferes
with daily life.”
The first steps towards breaking this addiction is
understanding the causes. The most common causes are: Lone…
When we have fear for something we are unconsciously wishing
for that something. Fear is a powerful force that attracts negative events,
things and situations in our lives.
Just say NO to fear. Take control of your life.
Our subconscious mind gets programmed according to what we
feed into it. The subconscious mind cannot differentiate between positive and
Constant fear means programming the subconscious mind
negatively. We don’t even realize what we are doing.
To oppose fear, develop self-confidence, read self-help
books and practice affirmations. I will elaborate on affirmations in
another post later.
Try to analyze your life deeply and see if you had such
experiences and what were the outcomes.
If you want to understand the truth behind everything that
happens to you and if you want to change your life, then please read the book “The power of your subconscious mind”
by Joseph Murphy.