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The Faith Factor In Losing Weight

If you don't have faith that you can and will lose weight, then you can't and won't lose weight. Faith is a scientific as well as spiritual principle. It's spiritual in the sense that it can't be perceived by the five senses. For example, you can see the effects of wind blowing but you can't see the wind nor what's causing the wind. Faith is scientific in that there's a particular method by which faith causes the effects you want based on how the mind is structured or how it works. If you know how the mind works, you can then have a reality-based faith that it'll produce the results you want. -- But then it's no longer faith or...

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Avoid These Challenges To Creativity And Let Yourself Shine

Imagination is the ability making something brand-new or to develop new ideas. Developing more creativity can benefit your career, relationships, and pastimes. Kids like to be innovative, however lots of adults have less motivation to be creative. There are likewise many obstacles to creativity.Stack the deck in your favor by dealing wisely with most the typical barriers to creativity:1. Worry of ridicule. As they state, absolutely nothing ventured, absolutely nothing gained. No matter what you do, someone will criticize you for it. Learn how to ignore the naysayers and let your creativity shine.2. Fear of failure. It can be the worry of losing money or valuable time. Or it can be an easy worry of failure. You're tough enough to...

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Catharsis and the Creative Process

Creativity is the most intense path to catharsis. The mind must connect to the emotions and form an idea into a physical shape such as a book or painting. The mind and the emotions must unite into a single line of intention that fills the work of art completely. Similarly, the artist's body and his equipment must become one in a singular creative purpose. Whether it's a new recipe, clothing design, or symphony, the creation must receive and retain the full intention of your concentrated effort. The result of any act of creation should always be the physical form of an aesthetic desire, which is the drive to see something become real that only exists in your imagination. Every creative...

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Fear of Risk Can Be a Creativity Cruncher

Fear of risk is realistic. Imaginative, intelligent people fear danger, harm and evil. They naturally protect themselves and others - if they can - against gun-wielding attackers, financial insecurity, loneliness, corruption, blackmail, illness and death. It is the degree of fear and the related anxieties that can be debilitating and cause natural emotions to become creativity crunchers, limiting the capacity to follow hunches, try new areas, take risks, enjoy life and be productive. There are times when you need to take risks and there are times when risk-taking is inappropriate. If the water is infested with sharks, don't swim, but if it is filled with ideas to be explored, take the plunge. Risk means venturing where others have not, or staying...

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The Secret To Thinking Outside The Box

The essence of being happily human is to be creative. Few things in life are more fulfilling than transforming something old or non-existent into something new, better, faster, less expensive, more lucrative, joyful, efficient, effective, etc. And the secret to creative power is to get lost in what you're "creating." Getting lost is necessary to finding what's new. Why? Because you can't come up with something new, different or original using your same old thinking mind. The metaphor and cliché for this concept is "thinking outside the box." But that's a misnomer because creativity is only partially about thinking. The purpose of thinking and feeling is just to get things started, get the creative process stimulated -- not to get...

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