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The Secret to Why You Might Feel Tired

  One of the most common complaints people share with physicians and therapists is that they feel tired and run down. It's frustrating when you feel too tired to take part in enjoyable activities, and fatigue is making you less productive than you would like. Are you starting to fear there's no way to fix the problem? Maybe you feel sad, angry, or guilty and ashamed because you can’t do ...

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Nature Videos for Easing Stress and Aggression

Feeling angry and stressed out by what is going on in the world and your life? Simply watching nature videos might help. Research shows that inmates in a maximum security prison were less aggressive and violent after being allowed to view videos of natural scenes such as oceans, aquariums, and forests. Aggression and anger put stress on the body, and when we’re upset, we can act in ways that ...

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Let Go of the Energy of Anxiety

Anyone who struggles to manage anxiety can tell you that just thinking about the problem of managing it can make them anxious. Anxiety is like a snake devouring its own tail, a loop of “What ifs?” and negative thinking that can make someone feel jittery and unable to relax. The energetic qualities of anxiety are familiar to many, and letting go of anxiety energetically can help. Although we...

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Service and Cookies: Balance Your Needs with Your Desire to Serve Others

If you're not able to attend to your livelihood and take care of your basic needs, you won’t have enough energy and resources to serve others. If you feel that you are not taken care of emotionally, then even if your basic practical and physical needs are met, you may not have enough energy to reach out to others to support and assist them. Are you able to balance your needs with your desire ...

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Using Your Energy Wisely: Reexamine Your To Do List!

It’s easier than we think to go through life on autopilot without being truly aware of what we’re doing. I've discovered how easy it can be to pour energy into customary activities and not take the time to consider whether that’s the best use of my energy. As part of the requirements for becoming a Jungian analyst, one has to undergo personal analysis, a type of therapy popularized by Sig...

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