Mind Games: Change

By Paula Bianchi – Everything you see changes. It’s hard to name anything that doesn’t. Change is the most constant thing in our lives, but for many people out there, this is their biggest mind game. Why is that? Because, they can’t or won’t accept change. They fight change and let it cause, in their […]

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Mind Games: Death

By Paula Bianchi – Death. We all think about it. We all fear the day it’s gonna happen. Some of us may fixate and worry about death our whole lives, while others thrive on looking death straight in the face every day. There are people who plan their death so their loved ones are taken […]

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Mind Games: Gratitude

By Paula Bianchi – I became aware of the importance of gratitude during my first round of therapy. Even though I had read a lot of metaphysical books by then, I still hadn’t applied the idea of living in a state of gratitude. Again, this was a perfect example that the choice was mine to […]

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Mind Games: Being Mean

By Paula Bianchi – Free-will means you can choose to say or do anything in your life to yourself or others. From the moment you wake up until you go to bed, you make a conscious choice about what kind of mood you’re going to be in, which in turn, determines how you’re going to […]

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Mind Games: Procrastination

By Paula Bianchi – There’s a big part of me that really didn’t want to write about this topic, but I know that if I don’t face this head on, I’ll never overcome it because procrastination has been my Achilles’ heel, and I’ve played this mind game my whole life. I don’t know if it’s […]

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Mind Games: Our Thoughts

By Paula Bianchi – Well, I was going to write an article about procrastination, but I decided to procrastinate on that. Lol. Instead, I feel the need to write about our thoughts, and how they affect us and those around us. All of our thoughts are pure energy, which makes them very powerful. There’s power […]

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Mind Games: Getting Older

By Paula Bianchi – If there’s one thing that I’m having a hard time wrapping my head around, it’s getting older. When I was young, my best friend and I used to play in a 1958 brown Karmann Ghia my Dad had sitting in the garage waiting to be restored. We would sit in it […]

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