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Psychology of little things: The Introduction

Psychology of little things: The Introduction

Success is the key to self-actualization, the peak experience of wellbeing, and life satisfaction. It is hard to work in situations where your ideas and values conflict. You don’t feel right when you are fighting with your values.

New world order

The regulations of the world are not relevant if you have chosen that you are the master of your destiny. It is better to die on the battlefield fighting your own battles rather than the fighting of those fights you even don’t know why you are struggling and with whom you are fighting.

Are you soldier of dead or alive

Being one of the soldiers of the dead, it is better to choose to live and fight for alive. All of us who fight for themselves take whatever they want, those of us who settle for less find only leftovers. It takes a lion’s heart to hunt and feed you with pride rather than being jackal in spirit, being happy with leftovers.

Extraordinary life

For life to be extraordinary, one must achieve personal responsibility for life and whatever happens in life. Life becomes more exciting when there is hope rather than expectations, belief rather than blind faith, courage to find the unknown rather than accepting what seems to be mysterious.

Game of life

It is the game of life which makes us alive to seize better opportunities to live and survive. How blessed it is when we turn mythology into reality, experience into action, and courage into potentials and passion. There is always light at the end of darkness.

Our actions tell the truth.

Darkness needs light for its survival. It is better to be prepared for love, hope, and betterment. Resentment, regrets, and fears are just a waste of time and resources. No one knows what we are up to; no one knows where we are going? Only we are aware of where we are heading to, what our destiny is. Our actions tell the truth.

Body language can’t lie.

We can lie to people, sometimes we can lie to ourselves too, but our body language can’t lie, because we as humans haven’t learned yet to lie. That’s why we see in the religious texts that, on Day of Judgment, our organs will confess for its sins and crimes.

Beyond mind and matter

With the mind, we can control the voluntary actions, not involuntary. This is where the conscientiousness comes into the scene. The superego makes us guilty, and the id makes us prey to instinctual impulses, while ego balancing both in the meantime.

Knowledge vs. Ignorance

Knowledge makes us human; however, ignorance plays a role in our destruction. There are two types of ignorance in our perspective, the unconscious one; we don’t even know that we don’t know. The second one is conscious; we know that we don’t know.

In-state of ignorance

When we are in unconscious ignorance, we pretend that we know all that is necessary to live and survive. When we are struck by the challenge we haven’t faced before, we become conscious of it and try to realize our ignorance to deal with it.

Will and determination

Throughout our lives, we make choices thinking that these are our choices, and it’s not. We can’t regard unconscious options as our conscious choices. Unconscious only starts its work when conscious fails to do so.

Path to the kingdom of self

To know what is all about the psychology of little things, we must look inside ourselves, in our minds and our soul to dig down and discover our true selves to live healthy, wealthy and wise. Mere knowledge is not power; it is just applied knowledge is power.

Stay connected

This series of posts are concerned with relationships, career, and education specifically and life generally. You will like the next posts in this series. Stay blessed and live a better life ahead…

To be continued…

Senior writer, author, and researcher at AromaNish, specializing in Psychology with an impact on information technology. As a writer, he writes about business, literature, human psychology, and technology, in blogs and websites for clients and businesses. Enjoys reading, writing and traveling when he is not here with us...

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