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Be Like A Cloud, video

Analogies and imagery can have a more profound effect than words alone, and so David Samuel created the concept of being like a cloud to attain emotional freedom and balance in all situations. Instead of writing an article on this topic, we made a 12 minute video of David explaining it in depth. Visit http://ethicalism.org […]

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Easy Way to Build Self-Esteem

The common attitude to build self-esteem is to hype up a person; you’re great, wonderful, AWESOME. This simply does not work, it’s just blowing hot air in a balloon that pops or leaks out and ends up on the ground, flat and stepped on. If we want to change our self-esteem we have to find […]

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Dealing With Negative People

Being around very negative people is extremely draining. I wanted to understand why, and how to be able to resist that. So I decided to stay with a very negative person for a few weeks. I believe that we must take full responsibly for everything in our life, as states Ethic #1 in Ethicalism. Thus, […]

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How To React To A Verbal Attack

Everything in your life will change to become positive when you can take every word of apparent criticism as an objective statement of fact without emotion and not feel hurt or attacked. When you do this, you will not get emotionally distraught. Rather, you will take any comment about your personality and character in the […]

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The Reflex Organ, How It Controls You and How To Overcome It

The book and course, Anatomy Of The Mind, explains how every emotion and mental faculty is an organ of the body of your mind. Fear, love, anger, habits, opinions, etc., are all organs of the mind. As we get older with the passing of time, these organs atrophy and our patterns become more fixed and […]

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Why We Justify And Dispute

Some people often dispute anything that appears even slightly as a criticism or negative comment towards them. They justify and argue that it is not true, or they have excuses why this was an exception but, they never normally do that. The cause of this irritating reaction is because of the need to be liked […]

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Introducing Ethicalism

We would like to announce the launch of Ethicalism.org The concept is to give everyone – either those who have a teacher or religion or those who have lost hope with the teachers and religions of today – a self-directed path to become content while strengthening ones individuality and sense of self. Ethicalism is a code of moral conduct that, […]

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Why Muslims Force Their Women To Cover Up

When you feel something is precious and that other people want to steal it from you, you will tend to hide it and protect it, so no one knows what you have. This way, no one will get the idea or desire to steal it from you. This is the reason behind the forced covering […]

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Depression Is Caused By Lying To Yourself

Life is a lie. That sounds like a standard statement of a depressed person, but our discussion here is to show that believing a lie causes depression. Let’s begin with saying that depression can be mild, momentary, brief or, long and deep. Whatever the level of depression you feel, or have felt, a probable original […]

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Why It’s So Hard To Find A Good Relationship

First is the obvious, it’s hard to meet someone compatible. But when two people who could be good together do meet up, so often one wrong word triggers the other to just shut down and turn away. Usually it was innocent or meant totally differently than it was interpreted. The problem is that people are […]

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