Positive Thinking - anxiety & Panic

Written by Joanne King

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If you choose to indulge in self defeating thoughts and depressive emotions, then expect your surroundings to be withrepparttar same like minded people. Competing with one another “who’s life is worse”. Do you ever come off feeling good after a conversation like that anyway?

I know which avenue I choose…

I choose to make my surroundings positive, I choose to findrepparttar 138622 positive in everything no matter how bleakrepparttar 138623 situation may look to others, I choose to continuously look for more new fresh positive ways to influence my life.

And for anyone who says that’s all good and well for a day or so but how can you manage to do that consistently then, I want you to consider this quote, and you can choose how to interpret it in any fashion you desire:

"People often say that motivation doesn't last. Well, neither does bathing - that's why we recommend it daily." – Zig Ziglar © Joanne King - http://www.anxiety-panic-free.com

About the Author - Joanne King is a former sufferer of Anxiety & Panic Attacks. She is the author of "How to Overcome Anxiety & Panic Attacks". She has helped other sufferers Worldwide to eliminate their Anxiety & Panic attacks. http://www.anxiety-panic-free.com


Written by Robert Bruce Baird

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Findingrepparttar right path or way of life is no easy task. Jean Houston’s book Jump Time has an interesting take on how one must act or how to find this enigmatic Path. I think Jean confronted me once in a bar in Lakewood, California. It was not as long a meeting as it should have been but it was (in retrospect) as important asrepparttar 138526 day she met Teilhard de Chardin in New York’s Central Park. Whatever success my life may have inrepparttar 138527 eyes of others I now know I have foundrepparttar 138528 right Path or Field for me. It was an arduous fight against what my Purpose on earth should always have been and I love hearing about others who experienced a major turning-point in their lives. Here is one such story that involves one of many people The Charmed Circle reached out to tap onrepparttar 138529 shoulder.

“Her discovery ofrepparttar 138530 right field came in 1923 and seems to have been entirely serendipitous. The famous photographer Man Ray needed an assistant, but insisted on one without previous knowledge ofrepparttar 138531 craft. Young expatriates must eat, and Abbott applied. Her lack of knowledge qualified her forrepparttar 138532 job. Soon she was printing for Man Ray and discovering that she immensely enjoyed doing darkroom work. Later, at his suggestion, Abbott began to take her own first photographs. Both were surprised to discover how good she was. By 1925, withrepparttar 138533 aid of loans from Peggy Guggenheim and from Robert McAlmon (one ofrepparttar 138534 "charmed circle" surrounding Gertrude Stein), she had set up her own studio onrepparttar 138535 Left Bank. There she pursued portrait photography which absorbed her at that time.” (2)

1) The Autobiography of Alice B. Toklas, by Gertrude Stein, 1933 first publication, 1966 Penguin Edition, New York and London, pg. 133. 2) http://americanart.si.edu/search/artist_bio.cfm?StartRow=1&ID=5

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