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The key to happiness – your mind


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The key to happiness – your mind

Your mind stores your memories and it also helps you to navigate life with wisdom and common sense. The computer/storage part helps us to analyse the world, compare things and relate facts to each other. The other part, the ‘transmitter’ deals with matters of the heart. It is the transmitter part of our mind that allows us to feel happiness. Unless we understand the value of the transmitter, we will falter when it comes to interpersonal relationships. Sometimes, it just isn’t possible to logically think your way out of a problem using the computer part of the brain.

Learn to trust the intuitive transmitter, the quiet part of your mind that often ‘nudges’ you in the right direction. The quiet part that we often ignore in our quests to control parts of life that aren’t controllable (like other people – what they say and do).

Our minds can work for or against us at any given moment. Get used to tuning in to your perceptive mind (transmitter) – it is the part that helps us to be emotionally intelligent and connect with others on a deeper level.

Mandy X

Mental Health awareness

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Mental Health Awareness


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How To Fight The Enemy That Lives Between Your Own Two Ears


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How To Fight The Enemy That Lives Between Your Own Two Ears

“Negative thinking will never produce positive results. Change your thinking and you’ll change your life.”

This quote probably says it all and it somehow relates to the law of attraction that what we think is what we attract. And what we attract is what we’ll get.

Life is too short for negativity. Just thinking about our worries is a waste of useful time. But, let’s face it, there are days when things don’t happen in our favor. People disappoint us, we question ourselves as a person, and we get insecure. This is when all the negativity starts to come in like an unstoppable flowing river.

But the good news is that we can control our negative thoughts. Darius Foroux, author of Win Your Inner Battles, explained in this infographic made with Visme exactly how we can fight the enemy (yes, negativity, that’s you!) and continue having a positive outlook in life!

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This infographic was created using the Visme. An easy-to-use Infographic Maker.


The important basics of life


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The important basics of life

One way to feel safer in a world that is becoming increasingly unsettled is to remind yourself of the most important basics of life. These four things are all you need in order to live life, express yourself and get your needs met. Everything else that you think you might need are not that essential…


While you are living you are empowered. Others see you, hear you and they can touch you. You are physical presence on this earth and with that magnetic force comes a lot of power. You are in this physical world for a reason. Let go of fear and make the most of this ability you have to let others notice you as well as our power to influence others.


Your voice is there to communicate and express your wishes and your wants. You can have an opinion and you can ask for what you want. Your voice in unique to you. Don’t hide in the shadows, make the most of your voice and use it to improve your life and the world around you. It would be a waste not to.


The power house of you, the captain of the ship. Your mind is so incredibly powerful and it can help you to create the life you want. Positive thinking leads to a positive happy life – it is simple and it works. Your mind is in charge of how you interpret the world around you. Use it well, watch your thoughts and only believe the ones that work for you and keep you well, happy and coping with life.


Our hearts help us to feel connected to others and to feel that we belong. It enables us to be kind and compassionate and keep our feet on the ground.

You may feel you need money and possessions in order to survive in the world. Of course I am not naive enough to believe we can live without any money but it is worth challenging your ideas about what you really need to be safe. People who have been homeless and without a penny to spare have still been able to use the above four basics to help them get back on their feet. We are not as helpless as we think we are…

Focus on strengthening and valuing the above four basics and you’re on the right track to happiness and fulfillment.

Mandy X