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Méthode d' exploration de soi et d'expansion de la conscience , le Travail de respiration holotropique (TRH) ( Holotropic Breathwork ) utilise la puissance de la respiration et de la musique pour franchir les barrières habituelles de la perception. Il provoquerait l’entrée dans un état de conscience altéré permettant à l’esprit de changer de mode de fonctionnement. Selon le D r Stanislav Grof, le psychiatre à l'origine de cette méthode, le simple fait de se retrouver dans cet état altéré susciterait une activité thérapeutique spontanée .
Fritz Perls 1893-1970 (Gestalt thérapie)
Jacob Moreno 1899-1974 (Psychodrame)
Milton Erickson 1901-1980 (Hypnose ericksonienne)
Roberto Assagioli 1888-1974 (Psychosynthèse)
Alfonso Caycedo 1932- (Sophrologie)
Serge Ginger 1928-2011 (Gestalt thérapie)
Eric Berne 1910-1970 (Analyse transactionnelle)
Richard Bandler 1950- (PNL)
Many cognitive biases have been demonstrated by research in psychology and behavioral economics .
Contrary to popular belief, you don’t have to make drastic changes in order to notice an improvement in the quality of your life. At the same time, you don’t need to wait a long time in order to see the measurable results that come from taking positive action.
The following list of values will help you develop a clearer sense of what's most important to you in life, as explained in the article Living Your Values .
Confidence is a tool you can use in your everyday life to do all kinds of cool stuff, not least to stop second-guessing yourself, manage your fears and become able to do more of the things that really matter to you. But not many people realise that their self-confidence works just like a muscle – it grows in response to the level of performance required of it.
Self confidence is the difference between feeling unstoppable and feeling scared out of your wits. Your perception of yourself has an enormous impact on how others perceive you. Perception is reality — the more self confidence you have, the more likely it is you’ll succeed.
by Kent Sayre 1.) Ask yourself, “What’s the worst that could happen?”
It is interesting to consider why we instinctively respect some people, but others can be very hard to appreciate. Respect doesn’t necessarily mean we have to agree with everything they say; respect comes from people’s inner life, and the values and beliefs they hold.
WHEN A PERSON THINKS a negative thought and tries to get rid of it , that person is thinking positively negatively.
What makes you happy? I find directly pursuing happiness is difficult to do.