Hey, it’s Ezgi. Today is time to be aware of negative thoughts which are affecting our life very badly.
Sometimes even if everything around us is normal but we don’t feel great or thankful because we are willing to see a negative part of life. Maybe we don’t know how to be happy, do we? Being happy is not about money, life quality or other tangible things it is all about how to find happiness inside you and around you. Ah, of course, crying in a Range Rover would be more fun. But we have to start to focus on ourselves.
Do you ever feel like a misfit? Everything inside you is dark and twisted. Whatever you are trying to do but you can’t go forward and so on. I have a solution to your problem then. Your CHAKRAS. Maybe you’ve never heard about this or you know just a little so be ready I am taking you to this magic world of Chakras.
The chakra system originated in India between 1500 and 500 BC in the oldest text called the Vedas. Knowledge of the chakra system was passed down through an oral tradition by the Indo-European people. The Chakra system was traditionally an Eastern philosophy until Western authors started resonating with the idea and wrote about the chakras, expanding upon the older texts and making the knowledge more accessible.
Everybody loves to dance, yet we feel that not everyone is good in performing. Our body automatically responses to rhythm as well to music. All our senses are being tuned in the minute we listen to music, we can feel the way emotions are being expressed. The way the tones are uplifting or down to earth. Bringing in the connection with our emotional body and memories. I know as a kid I was always being struck deep in my heart when the marching bands passed down our streets. At a concert by a band with only a rhythm section, the first song they played opened my heart so wide open, tears started to flow. …
According to Oxford Dictionaries, the definition of speech is “the expression of or the ability to express thoughts and feelings by articulate sounds”, when according to the same source the definition of public speaking is “the action or practice of addressing public gatherings; the making of speeches”.
To most people’s mind, however, public speaking is one of their greatest fears, if not the greatest, as we feel vulnerable when we are exposed to an audience that we do not know, and we are afraid that we are going to be criticised. According to many pieces of research, the fear of speaking in public can be greater than the fear that many people have for spiders or even for death. On top of that, there are many people that have nightmares because of the Q&A sessions when they have to present their own projects.
But why is public speaking such an important skill to obtain and what are the benefits of it?
Personal development is a lifelong process in a one’s lifetime as it is an everyday struggle with ourselves that does not end when traditional education ends. This is actually the whole point of this process: the fulfillment of our personal potential, transforming day by day, to be a better version of ourselves.
Personal development cannot be easily defined as it involves a lot of things like self-awareness, self-esteem as well as a lot of soft skills like the ability to communicate your feelings and goals effectively. Those traits can have a very positive impact on both one’s personal and professional life and can enable one to build strong relationships.
There are however, some simple steps in order to manage your personal growth.