Posts Tagged ‘perfection’

Achieving Perfection Through This Process Of Transformation

Then, I saw an old woman, who was in a dark place, sitting on a chair. She told me something I couldn’t remember, and I woke up. I was very impressed with this dream and I wrote it down, hoping that perhaps someday I would be able to understand its meaning. This dream was predicting the fact that I would be tempted to betray my husband because I didn’t love him, four years before I actually met the ideal man for me in my daily life.

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Is Art Important For Your Mental Health?

Art gives you pleasure when you admire someone else’s work. You don’t need to be an artist to understand the benefits of art, but you must try to be an artist yourself; even if you don’t believe you have any talent. You have to express your feelings in an artistic way, if not with words, through images and sounds. Art gives you emotional support. When you are an artist yourself, your artistic creations give you personal satisfaction.

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Fighting Hypocrisy and Attaining Perfection

If you will deeply analyze the human behavior you will verify that there are many layers of hypocrisy in our behavioral system. You have to translate the meaning of your dreams according to the scientific method if you want to completely understand the human behavior. Besides analyzing your own behavior, you will analyze everyone else’s behavior as well.

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Why Should You Attain Perfection? How to Be a Hero

Patients who suffer from a severe mental illness (or even from a simple neurosis; it makes no difference) don’t have a reasonable behavior. They will be tiring, irritating, offensive, lazy, and arrogant. You will desire to abandon them all the time. Patients who suffer from incurable diseases are indifferent patients who have no courage. However, you must be persistent and tolerant. You have the moral obligation to save those who have no hope of salvation. You must be grateful because you are a strong hero, and not a victim of terror. You are healthy. You are a savior.

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Spiritual Gifts and Artistic Talents – Pursuing Perfection

Many artists have created extraordinary works, while they had a miserable life. Bach lost 8 of his 12 children. Beethoven became deaf, while he loved music so much. Van Gogh cut his own ear, while he was controlled by craziness and despair. Great artists didn’t seem to find peace during their troubled lives. However, their artistic talent certainly gave them psychological support.

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