The Self-image - christosharrison.com

The Self-Image

Who do you think you are? Most of us have something about ourselves that we don’t like. A bit of extra weight, wrinkles, grey hair or no hair as examples. Those are the obvious parts, what we and others are able to see and something we can usually do something about. Then there’s the part […]

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The Ego - christosharrison.com

The Ego

You are not your Ego What’s the ego? How would you describe yourself if someone said to you, “Tell me about yourself?” Most of us would say what we do, our career, where we were born, whether we are single or married, if we have children or not, and so on. Even these standard, everyday […]

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Visualisation And Imagination - christosharrison.com

Imagination and Visualisation

Imagine a dream, Visualise a Life The difference between imagination and visualisation is what they are and the purpose behind them. When we imagine, we are creating a film in our mind – running a series of pictures, stories that have no purpose except to occupy our mind. When we visualise, we are using our […]

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The concept of Fear - christosharrison.com

The Concept of Fear – Unmasking our Greatest Obstacle

An Overview of Fear The word fear itself makes you worry and anxious or excited and exhilarated. Depends on your perception. For most of us, however, it’s the single most reason why we never achieve what we want to achieve. Fear, however, is a concept, an idea. Most people are stopped by this one word […]

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How Mindfulness is related to our Conscious Thoughts - post at christosharrison.com

How Mindfulness is related to our Conscious Thoughts

Being mindful of our thoughts Mindfulness has been at the forefront of my mind this past week, mainly because of something I heard on the radio at the beginning of last week. It got me thinking as to what mindfulness actually is. The Google definition is: What interests me about mindfulness is not the meditative […]

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