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Abstract.....While grappling with uncertainty, the question often arises how to get back the restored sense of self. It’s the awareness of self that we can develop as time rolls by, once we are hit with the realization that the healthy ongoing feeling, the one that evokes authenticity, has long gone away and all we are performing is the role of an existential living.
Abstract......A long stare at the ocean, listening to its waves, crashing and roaring induces a change in the frequency of our brainwaves and our minds lull lazily in a relaxation. From there, we are carried into a meditative state. As we listen to the sound of its waves, the parasympathetic nervous system is activated, and we unwind in tranquility. The ebbing and flowing, the coming and receding of the waves, the frothy delight topping them, stimulates the…Continue
Abstract.....Childhood trauma has an invisible impact on adult relationships. Children who have been exposed to neglect, domestic violence, traumatic loss, bereavement, sexual abuse go through unseen pain and the shock of it has its major carry over effects, transferred into adult relationships. The conception of fear symbolized and gradually it begins to actualize into their adulthood. Those cataclysmic events had a major collision with the emotional health of…Continue
By applying the theory that human behavior can be explained in terms of conditioning without any appeal to thoughts or feelings and that mental disorders can be treated by altering a set behavior pattern, we bring about a transformation in an emotionally distraught person and eventually help him/her to create a personal meaning that defines the individual. The ill behavior can be modified with the right conditioning, irrespective of the traits and thinking…Continue