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Blog, Self development, Wellness / 26.12.2020

Visualization is a practice that helps bring your dreams to live by setting focus and expressing confidence in achieving one objective at a time. If you have never tried this before, most people will describe to you like having super power to everything you set your mind to. Visualization is what helps some of the most successful people in the world, especially athletes become super achievers. This technique consists of painting a vivid picture of your goal already achieved in your mind then harnessing the power of your mind...

Blog, Self development / 26.12.2020

Marisa Peer Bio Marisa Peer is a world known English hypnotherapist, nutritionist, motivational speaker, trainer, columnist, behavioral and neuro-linguistic expert, and bestselling author. She was born in 1957 and is married to John Davy with whom she shares a beautiful daughter. With over 30 years of experience in therapy, she has been hailed as Britain's best therapist by the Men's Health magazine and featured in Tatler's Guide to Britain's 250 Best Doctors. She has given 2 Ted Talks, and has worked for big magazines ant TV stations such as...

Blog, Self development, Wellness / 26.12.2020

With how busy the modern world has become we tend to juggle 1001 things in our minds all at once. It is easy to get caught up in a cycle of swirling thoughts - thinking about how to make ends meet, laundry, school, starting a business; family etc. We worry about the past and the future forgetting to live in the present. By trying to rush through life, we lose our connection with the present, how we are feeling and what is happening around us. When last did...