Most recently published stories in Psyche.
Wealth DNA Code
The Wealth DNA Code The concept of a “wealth DNA code” refers to the belief that certain people are just naturally good at creating wealth and financial abundance. Essentially, it’s the idea that some individuals are born with a genetic predisposition to be successful in their financial endeavors. While there is certainly some truth to the idea that genetics can play a role in such things, the concept of a wealth DNA code is highly controversial and has been widely debated in recent years.Lilian VisserPublished about 19 hours ago in Psyche
The concept of chakras is rooted in the ancient Indian system of yoga, and it is a fundamental aspect of the Kundalini yoga tradition. The word "chakra" comes from Sanskrit, meaning "wheel," and it refers to the energy centers that are believed to exist in our subtle body.dadibattini narayanaPublished about 22 hours ago in Psyche
The Secret to a Happy Life
The pursuit of happiness is a universal desire, yet it seems elusive for many. What exactly is happiness, and what factors contribute to it? In this article, we will explore the psychology of happiness, including the latest research on what makes people happy and how to cultivate happiness in your own life.
The Fascinating World of Memory
Memory is an essential aspect of our lives. It is what allows us to learn, remember, and make decisions based on past experiences. Our memories shape our personalities, our beliefs, and our behaviors. However, have you ever wondered how memories are formed, stored, and retrieved? In this article, we will explore the psychology of memory and the mechanisms behind this fascinating process.
The Power of Sleep
Sleep is an essential biological function that is necessary for maintaining physical and mental health. It is during sleep that the body repairs itself, and the brain consolidates memories and processes emotions. However, in our fast-paced modern society, sleep is often overlooked, and people may not prioritize getting enough rest. Sleep deprivation, which occurs when an individual does not get enough sleep or experiences poor quality sleep, can have serious consequences on both cognitive function and emotional regulation. In this article, we will explore the effects of sleep deprivation on these two important aspects of our lives.
I've Been Dealing With Anxiety
I’m not sure it was noticeable because I haven’t been on here as long, but I’ve definitely been absent from Vocal Media for a while (outside of republishing my Medium stories earlier).
Manifesting Your Way to Success: The Secret to Unleashing Your Inner Dynamo!
Hello there, dream-chasers and go-getters! Are you ready to tap into your inner powerhouse, seize the day, and manifest your wildest dreams? If you're nodding your head vigorously, this blog post is for you! Allow me to introduce you to the marvel of manifesting, a thrilling method of turning your dreams into reality with a generous dose of fun and creativity!Steven Luethje
The day I lost my soul to the devil
The evening began with excitement as my cousin came to pick me up from my grandfather's cottage. I had been staying with him for a few weeks during my summer holidays from school. I remember wearing jean shorts and a striped t-shirt and being happy that I would get to see my cousin and hang out.Anik Marchand
Boost Your Health and Vitality with These Top 3 Essential Supplements for Optimal Mental and Physical Wellness
I have suffered from mental health issues for a long time, and it has been a very challenging journey. I have experienced symptoms such as anxiety, depression, and fatigue that have affected my ability to function in daily life. It was difficult for me to find the right treatment that worked for me, and I tried various medications and therapies.Oscar Olmos
How to Hire a High Quality Therapist in NYC
If you’re considering therapy, you’re taking an important step toward improving your mental health and well-being. At the same time, it can feel daunting to find the right therapist for you–especially when there are so many therapists in NYC.Samantha Jones
Depression and social media.
Is using social media making our kids unhappy? Evidence is mounting that there is a link between social media and depression. In several studies, teenage and young adult users who spend the most time on Instagram, Facebook and other platforms were shown to have a substantially (from 13 to 66 percent) higher rate of reported depression than those who spent the least time.One reason the correlation seems more than coincidental is that an increase in depression occurred in tandem with the rise in smartphone use.Ali Hassan
Mirror without Reflection:
Lena peered into the mirror, but all she could see was the wall behind her. It was as if the mirror was nothing but a frame, devoid of any reflective properties. She rubbed her eyes and looked again, but the result was the same. Lena wondered whether the mirror was small or she was exceptionally tall. She checked the height and realized that there was nothing unusual about the setup.