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[29 May 2015 | No Comment | ]
Four Successful Techniques for Memorizing

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Do you frequently find yourself forgetting things, such as names, dates and phone numbers? You can learn some memorization techniques, which will help you, remember more than you ever thought possible. Remember names the best moment you learn them, recall dates, and still telephone numbers, all at formerly.By learning these memorization techniques, you will discover how to hold onto information instead of constantly having to write things down. These memorization techniques include repeating the information, thinking in pictures and even writing little songs or stories about …

Personal Development, Psychology »

[27 May 2015 | No Comment | ]
How to Choose Your Eye-Color Personality – People with Grey Eyes

Eyes are the window to the soul.
Read the personality profiles below. Does the profile match yours according to the colour of your eyes?
1. BLUE EYES – Blue eyes are the most attractive and the most popular eye color. Blue eyes are a recessive gene so natural baby blues are becoming rare. Since blue eyes are lighter than other eye colors, they attract more attention. People with blue eyes are pretty, adorable and sensitive. Blue eyes do all they can to make other people happy. People with blue eyes are kind, …

Psychology »

[3 Apr 2015 | No Comment | ]
Top 10 Signs of Depression

Everyone feels blue or sad, but these feelings are usually transitory and pass within a couple of days. When a person has a depressive disorder, it interferes with daily life, normal functioning, and causes pain for both the person with the disorder and those who care about him or her. Depression is a common but serious illness, and most that experience it need treatment to get better.
Warning signs of depression that may be experienced can include any of these:

1. Difficulty sleeping or other disruptions of sleep patterns

2. Overwhelming feelings of …

Personal Development, Psychology »

[31 Aug 2013 | No Comment | ]

<Anxiety and worry disorders are the most common mental illnesses in the U.S., affecting over 19 million people.>
Worrying is a permanent preoccupation with past or future bad events. Worry can create emotional stress and negative feelings.
There are many different types of worries. They include pessimistic thoughts about what might happen in the future, about what is happening in the present, and about what was happened already in the past.
Helping yourself stop worrying involves a combination of challenging the worrisome thoughts and calming yourself physically and emotionally.
 Important steps to reduce your …

Personal Development, Psychology »

[30 Aug 2013 | No Comment | ]

     It  is  extremely important that people have a good first impression of you.
We all get a first impression of a new person that creates a mental image of his or her personality in our minds. There are some important things to remember that will help you make the best first impression. This article presents the most important common things people can do to make the best first impression possible:

– Be clean. Ensure that you have maintained impeccable standards of personal hygiene whilst avoiding excessive aftershave or perfume, and …

Health, Psychology »

[25 Aug 2013 | No Comment | ]

A person with more brainpower has the more chances of success in every competitive field. Your brain is similar to a muscle. Psychologists say that you can grow your mental faculties as much you want. Here are a few tip to improve brain use and overclock your brain:

1. Physical exercise. Physical exercise strengthens your brain. Exercise benefits your brain cells. The blood vessels inside your brain dilate and increase blood flow when you engage in regular exercise. Exercise helps to elimin toxins and allows oxygen and other nutrients to flow …

Life, Psychology »

[24 Aug 2013 | No Comment | ]

Dream researchers have discovered some different categories of dreams. These dream categories can be very useful both to people attempting to interpret their own dreams and to professional psychologist and therapists striving to interpret the dreams of others.

Here are several types of dreams:

Precognitive/Prophetic Dreams  These are dreams that predict the future. One rational theory to explain this phenomenon is that our dreaming mind is able to piece together bits of information and observation that we normally overlook or that we do not seriously consider. In other words, our unconscious mind …

Health, Psychology »

[23 Aug 2013 | No Comment | ]

     They are myths – falsehoods that are generally believed. Some myths are based on a modicum of accuracy; others originate from misinterpretations or from a demand for a good stable morsel. However, they go to be, they disguise themselves as truths and are passed along without doubt.
Myths about the mind have been particularly hard to debunk since the mind is not amply understood. However, over the previous few decades, scientists have learned much than enough to disgrace a few important mind myths:

Brain Myth #1: We only use 10 percent of …

EGO, Psychology »

[22 Aug 2013 | No Comment | ]

We all desire happiness. What does “happiness” mean?
Happiness itself can be defined in many different ways, it may have all kinds of components, it may be a life’s work, or even no work at all, but we are, most of us, in pursuit of this elusive goal.

We experience happiness on four different levels. Each of us makes choices day by day about happiness. The choice will be to make either happiness level 1, 2, 3, or 4 our identity.
Happiness Level 1 (laetus) :
Happiness in a thing. This kind of …

Life, Psychology »

[20 Aug 2013 | No Comment | ]

“Happiness is an emotion in which one experiences feelings ranging from contentment and satisfaction to bliss and intense joy.” – Wikipedia …

Personal Development, Psychology »

[19 Aug 2013 | No Comment | ]

Stress affects every one of us. There can be small stress ors every day like over sleeping, or an extra assignment at work. There are also big stress ors like losing a job, divorce, moving, and death in the family to name a few. If we don’t take care of ourselves during stressful times, we will get sick. Getting sick can be as simple as getting a cold. Stress is linked to heart attacks, cancer, arthritis, chronic fatigue and many more dis-eases. Here …

EGO, Personal Development, Psychology »

[25 Jul 2013 | No Comment | ]

“Emotional Intelligence (EI), often measured as an Emotional Intelligence Quotient (EQ), describes an ability, capacity, or skill to perceive, assess, and manage the emotions of one’s self, of others, and of groups. It is a relatively new area of psychological research. The definition of EI is constantly changing.”   <Wikipedia>

What is “EQ” and how do you measure it?
IQ is a measure of one’s cognitive abilities, and has been quantified and validated by scientists since the first decades of this century. IQ measures spatial and mathematical reasoning, verbal comprehension, information and memory.
To …

Health, Psychology »

[15 Jul 2013 | No Comment | ]

Color psychology is concerned with the effects of color on mood, emotion, behavior.
Colors are not only used for decorations or adding beauty to an object, but they can be used to determine personality traits to affect people’s mood and to effect on other people around you. Each colour is connected to various areas of our body and will affect us differently emotionally, physically, mentally, and spiritually.

Below is a list of colors analyzed by their psychological effects:
– Red
Associated with: Danger, passion, energy, warmth, adventure and optimism.
Physical: increase blood pressure, increases respiratory rate, …

Personal Development, Psychology »

[26 Jun 2013 | No Comment | ]

It’s always a good time to assess where you stand with job hunting, where you are in your job search, and to get started on a search or to get back on track. If you are considering a change, this is a good time to decide whether the timing is right for you to begin a quest for a new job or career, and, if so, to get started. It makes good sense to review the basics and make sure that all the pieces of the puzzle are set in …

Personal Development, Psychology »

[26 Jun 2013 | No Comment | ]
Practical Tips to Improve Concentration and Focus

You can find strong powers of concentration in yourself. When you are decisive and sincerely want to excel in your studies, pass an important exam, or playing one of your favorite games; the power of concentration becomes available to you. This kind of concentration is raised because of some need, or desire. Increasing it in a systematic way, brings it under your control, and grants you the ability to use it easily, with no exertion whenever you need it. Real and good concentration is developed slowly, through daily work, and …

Featured, Personal Development, Psychology »

[26 Jun 2013 | No Comment | ]
Detecting Lies: 10 Subtle Body Language Signs of Lying

 It is human nature to lie. Lies are spoken everyday, by the people you see at work, your family and your friends. The following techniques to telling if someone is lying are often used by police, and security experts on body language signs. This knowledge is also useful for managers, employers, and for anyone to use in everyday situations where telling the truth from a lie can help prevent you from being a victim of fraud/scams and other deceptions. 

A person who is lying to you will avoid making eye contact. …

Personal Development, Psychology »

[20 Jun 2013 | No Comment | ]
What Does Your Music Preferences Say About Your Personality?

New research from around the world suggests that an individual’s favorite music genre is closely linked to his or her personality.

These are the results:
Your music preferences have been broken down into four categories. Detailed explanations are below:

– 84 % enjoys reflective and complex music
– 24 % enjoys edgy and aggressive music
– 1 % enjoys fun and simple music
– 35 % enjoys energetic and upbeat music

Reflective & Complex
People high on this dimension tend to enjoy Classical, Blues, Jazz, and Folk music. On the Reflective & Complex Dimension …

Communication, Personal Development, Psychology »

[17 Aug 2012 | No Comment | ]

Why is it so difficult to say no?

However, those which already experimenter these feelings know that to not say is not always easy. Most of the time, to answer by the affirmative is much easier, and especially much less alarming. It is well for fear one speaks. It is often the fear which blocks us, and prevents us from posing our limits.

– Fear of being judged:

Personal Development, Psychology »

[17 Aug 2012 | No Comment | ]

The article reader will learn how to recognize the body signals and signs of lying or body language, and to detect the inconsistencies of the liars.

Where would be you if you do not lie?
Already tried to imagine what would be your life if you never lie? If all that left your mouth were not only the plain truth, very naked and without artifice? Undoubtedly would be you only, without friend, perhaps with the street, and in any case in a not very enviable social position. You recall of the last …

Career, Personal Development, Psychology »

[29 Feb 2012 | No Comment | ]

“Negotiation is an art. Treat it like one.” – Donald Trump

We negotiate all the time.
Each day we face some opportunity for negotiation. Let’s face it, negotiation is a part of our every day life and dare I say that almost everything is negotiable? So being able to acquire powerful negotiation skills so you can negotiate effectively and successfully can make a big difference in your outcomes and you must interpret body language signs.

Negotiation Tips and Goals:
–Active Listening – If in person, use body language to demonstrate your attentiveness. …

Personal Development, Psychology »

[29 Feb 2012 | No Comment | ]

Intuition is defined as the power or ability of attaining direct knowledge or cognition without evident rational thought and inference. Intuitive knowledge is considered to be knowledge which cannot be gained either by inference or observation, by reasoning or past experience. As such intuitive knowledge is thought of as independent, original knowledge.

Intuition is helpful, because sometimes it leads you to something that cannot be achieved otherwise. A lot of lives have been saved by intuition alone. Decisions are accomplished easier if you are lucky enough, or determined enough, to use …

Communication, Psychology »

[6 Jan 2012 | No Comment | ]

  What is the Killer Compliment? It is commenting on some very personal and specific quality you spot in someone. A Killer Compliment is not “I like your tie” or “You’re a very nice person.”
A Killer Compliment is more like “What exquisite eyes you have,” (very specific) or “You have a wonderful air of honesty about you,” (very personal).
Learning how to give such a killer compliment is one of the best things to have in your social tool belt. It can do wonders for relationships. It can take them …

Green corner, Life, Psychology »

[6 Jan 2012 | No Comment | ]

Jacques-Yves Cousteau: Oceanographer
Born: 11 June 1910 / Died: 25 June 1997
Birthplace: Saint-André de Cubzac, France
Best known as: Underwater explorer and filmmaker
Jacques Cousteau was the most famous undersea explorer in the world, known by his dozens of books and films from the 1950s until his death in 1997. The co-inventor of the aqualung (an underwater breathing apparatus) in 1943, Cousteau also pioneered techniques in underwater photography and explored the oceans of the world aboard his vessel Calypso. His filmmaking career included three Oscars, frequent television specials and the series, …

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[6 Jan 2012 | No Comment | ]
How to Read Body Language Signals

If the eyes are the windows of the soul, then the body is the mirror of our emotions. If we are feeling great it shows in how we hold and use our body.
Conversely, if we look at someone else’s body we can often tell how they are feeling by the signals their body is giving.
Body Language Signal and signs of lying:
• Open arms:
o Energetically open and possibly feeling vulnerable
o A good way to show you are approachable, especially when
combined with open palms
• Palms up/open hands:
o Defences down
o An open heart
• …

Career, Communication, Psychology »

[30 Dec 2011 | No Comment | ]

These are the psychological secrets of the experts, the tricks of the trade – factors that can affect your judgment and decision in objectively evaluating information.

1: You are Just Like Me
• Watch out when you are asked about your hobbies, hometown, values, favorite foods, etc., only to be followed with the obligatory “Me too, what a coincidence.”
• Another aspect of this rule is that if someone is nice to us, we not only like him more but also are more likely to agree with him. If he …

Family, Personal Development, Psychology »

[23 Dec 2011 | No Comment | ]

Water (H2O) is made up of the basic elements of Hydrogen (H) and Oxygen (O). Each element contributes its own particular characteristics and together, form an integral part of life.
A positive attitude of achievement is also made up of very specific elements. Following are Six Characteristics of a Positive Mental Attitude. They are presented in sequence but it is the simultaneous interaction of them all working together that creates the synergy for a winning attitude and success in just about any endeavor.
Read over this list. Then, follow the exercise …

Personal Development, Psychology »

[23 Dec 2011 | No Comment | ]
How to Improve your Intuition and Clairvoyance

Have you had that practice when all of a sudden you just had this huge hunch that something is about to happen, and to your surprise, that intuition was eventually translated to reality? When you feel powerfully about a thing without logical basis to it, that’s named intuition.The intuition comes in 3 impressions: clairvoyance or else “the third eye”, sensing clearly and feeling through listening.
Clairvoyance is the skill of ‘seeing’ beyond the five senses. Clairvoyance is frequently called the ‘sixth sense’ or esp. It is related to the images that …

Communication, Personal Development, Psychology »

[20 Dec 2011 | No Comment | ]

When listening is not enough
As most attentive among you will have pointed out it to me, certain situations are incompatible with the technique of the active listening, which gives bad results then, or cannot be applied quite simply any more. The first weakness of this method, it is that it supposes a low number …

Personal Development, Psychology »

[20 Dec 2011 | No Comment | ]
20 Ways to Motivate Yourself

The key to successful goal setting is your ability to motivate yourself and stay motivated until you have achieved your goals. Motivation is not a product of outside influence; it is a natural product of your desire to achieve something and your belief that you are capable of doing it.

Now let’s look at what you can actually do to motivate yourself and stay that way:
1. Start with visualizing your future success and model the feelings you’ll
experience when you achieve it
2. Mentally walk the path towards this success and base your …

Career, Personal Development, Psychology »

[20 Dec 2011 | No Comment | ]

One of the important tools we have that build relationship with people is our eyes.
Eye contact is one of the easiest forms of body language to use, but one of the most complicated to master. High-quality eye contact sends good feelings to others and makes you seem interested , while bad eye contact can make you seem distant and indifferent, and can even offend others.

Here are the most important tips for a powerful eye contact:

Be confident the more you believe in yourself, the easier you will find to …

Life, Psychology »

[19 Dec 2011 | No Comment | ]
How To Stimulate a Sense of Woman

  Stimulating women is about more than just pressing the right buttons in the right order. Women need to feel that a partner is sensitive to their needs and wishes. Spend time understanding what your partner likes and doesn’t like. Without this knowledge you will never be able to truly stimulate your partner.

So how do you best stimulate these other four senses in a way that
will turn her on? 
1. Touch her very very gently and slowly. Use the very tips of your
fingers. Run them over her arms, neck, shoulders, lips, …

Career, Personal Development, Psychology »

[19 Dec 2011 | No Comment | ]

Initiative of multiple intelligences was actually developed in the 1980`s by a Harvard professor named Howard Gardner. Gardner recognized that everyone learns in different ways for the reason that everyone has their own unique blend of intelligence. Gardner determined that there were seven different types of intelligence. Each person has a different combination of these seven intelligences, which work together to form overall intelligence. Depending upon your genetic makeup and the environment in which you were raised, your intelligences could be quite different from that of your best friend or …

Personal Development, Psychology »

[17 Dec 2011 | No Comment | ]

Handwriting analysis is a technique (similar to body language) used to interpret human behavior in areas such as achievement/work habits, thinking styles and even social skills. The study and analyses of handwriting is called Graphology. A Graphologer may use several characteristics of your handwriting such as the size and shape of letters, the slant, spacing between letters, the margins, words and lines, rhythm, evenness, connective forms, beginning and end strokes and your regular signature to decode your personality. 

Learn a few tricks about how to interpret your own handwriting here:
– Organized-Confuzed. …

Personal Development, Psychology »

[16 Dec 2011 | No Comment | ]

“Let us think much and would think well if we did not think so to speak with others.” Emmanuel Kant

Brainstorming definitions:

A method to get ideas from persons who are potential contributors. No criticism or discussion of ideas is allowed until all the ideas are recorded. The ideas are critically reviewed after the brainstorming session.
A group process used to generate a large number of ideas about …

EGO, Personal Development, Psychology »

[10 Dec 2011 | No Comment | ]
4 Keys of the Charisma

Please become itself charismatic? Please be admired to you, respected, be listened, appreciated, like are people who have charisma? Follow the guide, and discover the 4 keys of the charisma.

The charisma, it is one of these concepts that it is difficult to define with words, but which one undoubtedly recognition when it is seen. Here the definition of the charisma by the dictionary:
Charisma, (Greek): A special divine gift which endows the recipient with a supernatural ability to know and proclaim the will of God. In short, a pipeline from …

Psychology »

[18 Jan 2011 | No Comment | ]
Lucid Dreaming Tips:How To Control Your Dreams

Many of us reckon of our dreams as something which is largely beyond our control; they take place while we are asleep, after all and whether they are pleasant dreams or nightmares, we shrug and assume there is nothing to be done to direct the course of our dreams. But, it is entirely possible to have dream control thorough the technique known as lucid dreaming.
But, what does the term truly mean and how does it work, and what, if any, are the benefits, and is it really possible for anyone …

Psychology »

[6 Apr 2010 | No Comment | ]
Face Personality: What is Your Face Personality Type?

What you try to hide, is written on your face type! Yes, it’s true, it’s not some kind of magic, it has always been there, but you are the one who did lack the required knowledge. Statistical studies showed that there is a real connection between face features and personality; you may have noticed that people who look alike tend to behave the same or at least have some common behavior.
Here are a few face indicators which help determine a person’s character:
The Hair
Your hair is a measure of physical insulation, …

Featured, Personal Development, Psychology »

[22 Mar 2010 | No Comment | ]
Body Language : What Hands and Arms  Say About People

Reading palms is not just about the lines on your hand. After the face, hands probably the best source of body language.

There are a few basic rules you have to remember when looking at hand gestures:

–  Open palms (when you can see the palms of someones hands) suggests openness, honesty, and a liking, whilst closed palms(when you can see the back of someone’s hands) suggests that they may be hiding something, are closed to your ideas, or are feeling like they are in authority.
– Closed palm gestures are used …

Personal Development, Psychology »

[26 Nov 2009 | No Comment | ]

You can find strong powers of concentration in yourself. When you are decisive and sincerely want to excel in your studies, pass an important exam, or playing one of your favorite games; the power of concentration becomes available to you. This kind of concentration is raised because of some need, or desire. Increasing it in a systematic way, brings it under your control, and grants you the ability to use it easily, with no exertion whenever you need it. Real and good concentration is developed slowly, through daily work, …

Family, Health, Psychology »

[7 May 2009 | No Comment | ]
Sex Etiquette: 10 Sexual Lessons to be Learned

While sex with your man or women doesn’t have to be polite and demure, there are a few rules, lessons that you should follow for better sex etiquette. Here are some helpful rules for better manners before, during and after sex:

Rule no.1 Never make use of force. It is never the thing to do. Not if you are married; not if you have previously agreed to have sex; not if all clothes are off. It’s OK to say “NO WAY.” At any point in a sexual …

Life, Psychology »

[31 Jul 2008 | No Comment | ]

Hair color is more than just an element of outward appearance – every shade has a distinct personality. As it turns out, certain personality traits do seem to be associated with hair color and people do sometimes make judgments based on a person’s hair color. Whether we look it or not hair color and personality may be interrelated. What is your hair saying about you?

1. Brunette Hair Color
Brunettes are trustworthy, faithful, even tempered, and clever. Few studies are really able to measure whether brunettes are actually more reliable or dependable …

Personal Development, Psychology »

[26 May 2008 | No Comment | ]

A person’s clothes are the best way to find out about their personality. You can quickly tell if a person is timid and quiet or noisy and attention seeking just by looking at what they are wearing. To choose the right color – means that this color perfectly combines with your character, mood, style of life and it can make you look even more attractive and elegant.

Before you choose your clothes color for the day, think about how you want other people to see you and interpret your personality.
Here is …

Panorama, Psychology »

[10 Mar 2008 | No Comment | ]

In Great Britain there was actually some study done that suggested that the color of your car says something about your personality type. And accordingly, based on your personality type, your likeliness to be involved in an accident (in the UK at least). That research showed that black cars are twice as likely to be involved in crashes as cream-color cars. Whether this is true in the United States is unclear.

Black. Black cars denote an aggressive personality or someone who’s an outsider or rebel. This sexy shade represents authority and …

Health, Personal Development, Psychology »

[8 Mar 2008 | No Comment | ]

What is meditation?
Meditation is really just a way of systematically tuning out mental chatter. We all meditate from time to time, but the term itself is usually used to describe an exercise in sustained concentration that you can use to calm your body and quiet your mind – in short, to reduce stress. Historically, meditation has roots in both Eastern and Western spiritual traditions, but you don’t have to be Buddhist, Hindu, Christian, or religious at all to practice it. Today, many people use meditation outside of its traditional religious …

Headline, Personal Development, Psychology »

[26 Feb 2008 | No Comment | ]
10 Focusing Exercises for Better Focus and Concentration

You can find strong powers of concentration in yourself. When you are decisive and sincerely want to excel in your studies, pass an important exam, or playing one of your favorite games; the power of concentration becomes available to you. This kind of concentration and focusing exercises is raised because of some need, or desire. Increasing it in a systematic way, brings it under your control, and grants you the ability to use it easily, with no exertion whenever you need it. Real and good concentration is developed slowly, through …