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Life Under Control

Written By: - Feb• 14•13

A productive life is a true reflection of a purpose strong and adhering to the will of an individual. Our everyday perception of events indicates that the circumstances of a man in this universe are changing and always offer challenges and unforeseen situations. Precisely because of this many people go through a temporary disorientation and rather than dig in on a specific purpose as few goals and objectives is concerned, allow that an apparent conspiracy of events are removed from the game leaving those weak purposes that went to a certain place and end up partially or totally abandoning dreams and many of them are committed to suffer a serious depression. In previous articles define our mind as the composition of two fundamental parts which are: the conscious part that through the five senses takes recognition of the medium that I live and whose fundamental function is to think and our unconscious or subconscious part which is formally defined as a program of repeated thoughts and acts and/or intense emotions that executes actions in any human being and which obliges follow them doing. Well the unconscious part as indicates this definition atua as head of our behavior and controls our actions and reactions to events and events of daily life in more than 95%. For this reason although life give us from the outside or better say outside of our mind a wide range of positive or negative developments finally is in us pass by them by selecting the best that we can offer and discarding what they want us to affect our behavior and our emotional and mental peace. Every day we’re getting a series of information in words, images, sounds and feelings. But much of this information is unintentional. I.e. of the media: tv, radio, newspapers, and negative people that influence our environment ambient work, personal and family.

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