Gallingrepetitivenessmaxine seems to me to represent the "sucky" side of life alluded to above. Why would I leave those posts then, rife with discontent?
Opportunity forms affinities much more easily and quickly with self-confidence than it does with egotism. If you have Self-confidence those around you will discover this fact. Let them make the discovery. They will feel proud of their alertness in having made the discovery, and you will be free from the suspicion of egotism. Opportunity never … Continue reading Openings and Opportunities Afforded by Self Confidence
I appreciate the view of another commenter, Joan, who shared this remark — and it could apply to actually walking a labyrinth, as well, I’m sure: “It’s about slowing down, reflecting, being.” Simply reading that keyed me in to why I selected to read this piece, and ah, I’ve been well served.
A book I read recently featured a labyrinth and I got to wondering about them. Here’s what I’ve learned. Although maze and labyrinth are often used interchangeably, there are distinctions for the purest. A labyrinth features a single, non-branching path leading to a center. Unlike a maze, the path of the labyrinth is not intended to be difficult or confusing. So no corn labyrinths for Halloween, please! Labyrinths have appeared in most cultures at some point or another across the globe. The designs have occurred on baskets, pottery, body art, caves, and churches. Their meaning is not fully understood, which made me think about crop circles. From Roman to Renaissance times, most labyrinths have traditionally been unicursal.
Labyrinths reached their most grand expression in the gothic cathedrals of northern France (Chartres, Reims, Amiens). These were magnificent pavement labyrinths set in the floor. Some believe pilgrims walked these paths…
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I feel like cheering that I have found this video. I find in this a great guideline to "mind" care --emotional and mental hygiene. I suspect most of us have taken the subject so much for granted we may even believe we already do it.
Engage deeply, Learn, Correct Errors. Carry Your Self-Validation into Your Life. Reward "YET" and Process. Give Yourself Confidence and a Path into the Future. These are some of the lessons you can take for yourself from this video where Carol teaches success with kids.
Self Confidence may well be the only remaining bastion standing between you and the success you seek. Develop it and the world is open utterly to you.