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    Happiness

    The Trouble with Happiness, and the Forgotten Path to Fulfilment


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    A series of encounters with human behavioural specialist Dr Demartini changed my interpretation of happiness and provided me with an unexpected secret to lasting fulfilment.

    By Denisa Irene Oosthuizen

    Happiness or Fulfilment?

    “I prefer the term ‘fulfilment’ and not ‘happiness,’” replied human development specialist Dr Demartini in an interview I conducted for an online publication I had timidly started a few years ago. My question was: How do you define happiness?

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    Wim Hof – The Iceman

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    By Brooke. Meet Wim Hof, a 57 year old Dutch man lauded for his “mind over body” mastery.

     Hoff is most famous for his ability to spend long periods of time immersed in deadly cold temperatures without any dramatic change in his core body temperature.

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    Facing Challenges

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    Today’s world where we live is full of complexities. Some people take these complexities as challenges. They face it boldly and counter the same. They consider these challenges as future opportunities. They don’t get afraid and sneak away. Because of this attitude, they ultimately overcome the barriers and find out the solutions and become successful.

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    Midlife and Flatlining

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    There comes a point in most people’s lives when they begin to reflect on what their life is about. It’s a moment that can affect anyone at any age but for people in their midlife it perhaps feels more poignant. Read more

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    Time Perspectives

    Time. Our lives are dominated by increments of the stuff. How often do we concern ourselves about not having enough, or of being late, of wasting or making best use of it? We talk about people who live in the past, or live only for today, or who squander their future because of past misdeeds or mistakes. Read more

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    Making The Most of Change

     

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    We must have all heard, or used the term mid-life crisis. Often this is said of someone in mid-life, who suddenly throws caution to the wind and starts to do something entirely out of character.  Read more

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    How To Stop Jumping To Conclusions

    Negative response styles can lead to relationship breakdown

    Jumping to negative conclusions represents a bias in the way we think. But, if we can learn to see these features in ourselves it presents an opportunity to turn things around and to establish a more balanced perspective. So, here are a few examples to illustrate the point: Read more

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