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How to Unlock Self- Love?

In Life Lessons, Love, Personal Development, Reflection, Soul Care Program by Kasia Jamroz Comments

Any relationship can be transformed as long as the journey begins with YOU. Believe in relatedness, kindness, and empathy for yourself and the others. Be interested in togetherness and connectedness – raw, unfiltered and uncensored. Trust solidarity and union of people coming together, brave enough to speak up the unspeakable and what makes us all  humans. That is your tribe …

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Know the Diffrence

In Human Nature, Life Lessons, Love, Mindfulness, Personal Development, Reflection by Kasia Jamroz Comments

Not everything needs to be always spoken up. Some thoughts are of the knee jerk reaction nature.. there is no need to share them as they only instigate reactions. And we are already living in a time of extreme noise of opinions that don’t contribute to constructive solutions. More than ever we need quiet reflective moments to stay with what …

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The Story of Self- Love

In Life Lessons, Love, Mindfulness, Personal Development by Kasia Jamroz Comments

Self-love the most often neglected aspect of our wellbeing. Frequently misinterpreted as selfishness or narcissism. Associated with egoism and inability to love others, evokes anger and generates rejection by those who seem to be lacking an understanding that self-love is the very foundation of healthy well balanced and a pathway to a fulfilled life. Without knowing who we are first, …

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In Breakthroughs, Life Lessons, Personal Development, Reflection, Soul Care Program, Transformation by Kasia Jamroz Comments

You can’t stop the waves, but you can learn to surf. #JonKabatZinn What I have learned from surfing so far: *Life and living needs immense patience. * Our choices makes us who we are. * No one can ever save us. It is an inside job. * Thoughts don’t have their own life; they live off our identification with them. …

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How Introspection Can Be Self-Deceiving

In Leadership, Life Lessons, Personal Development, Reflection, Transformation by Kasia Jamroz Comments

Narrow focus and tunneled vision will take us only as far as the beaten path In an interview with Harvard Business Review, organizational psychologist and executive coach Tasha Eurich stated that “according to our research with thousands of people from all around the world, 95% of people believe that they’re self-aware, but only about 10–15% really are. So, the joke I …