How to Be Positive When the World is Negative

BY SOFO ARCHON

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Do you sometimes feel that the world around you is negative? Do you get easily irritated and frustrated, not knowing how to deal with this negativity, and lack the energy needed to keep going in your life? If so, here are some powerful tips that will help you to keep calm, be positive and deal with the difficulties that you encounter on your way when life gets rough:

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5 Damaging Lies Advertisements Desperately Want You To Believe

BY SOFO ARCHON

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Every single day we are bombarded with thousands of advertisements, whether we realize it or not. Being accustomed to their constant presence, we don’t consciously pay attention to them and can’t realize the tremendous negative impact they have on us and the world.

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6 Enlightening Lessons The Great Spiritual Masters All Aimed To Teach Us

BY SOFO ARCHON

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In all spiritual traditions around the globe we find awakened masters who dedicated their entire lives illuminating people through their teachings, with the intention to turn the world into a better place, wherein people would live lovingly and at peace with one another and nature.

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13 Signs You are Experiencing a Spiritual Awakening

BY SOFO ARCHON

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Here are 13 crystal clear signs that you’re experiencing a spiritual awakening:

1. You desire less stuff and more simplicity. You realize that the less you possess the more unburdened your psyche is, and instead of wanting to acquire material wealth, you are seeking to find your inner wealth.

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Why Buying Stuff Won’t Make You Happy

BY SOFO ARCHON

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Brought up in a consumption-driven economic system, we’ve been brainwashed by economists, politicians and the advertising industry into believing that we need to constantly consume in order to be happy and feel well about ourselves. We’ve been convinced to think that buying stuff is the only way to prove to ourselves and others our worth, to such an extent that we look down upon those who have less and look up to those who have more.

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