self

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Self

a: Self ~
b: The still center of a wheel

What: "To know that Self is the reason the Yogi does self-awareness and self-training. That Self is like the still center of a wheel, where the four spokes are the Four Functions of Mind that operate the external wheel in the world. "

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Writer: Swami Jnaneshvara Bh
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Date: May 29 2010 7:11 AM



a: self talk ~
b: that person

What:

"Self-talk is like that person you know who never stops talking or like that person you know who always has to have the last word and be right especially when they are in the wrong."


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Writer: Not Stated
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Date: Jan 9 2019 1:17 PM



a: self talk ~
b: road block

What:

"For some athletes their negative self talk is like a road block with no alternate route. It is crucial for athletes to be aware of their internal dialogue since it is impossible to change something you are not aware of. "


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Writer: Not Stated
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Date: Jan 9 2019 1:18 PM



a: self talk ~
b: advertising

What:

"Negative self talk is like advertising, eventually it will probably influence you." Internal advertising it is.


Useful?
Writer: Not Stated
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Where:
Date: Jan 9 2019 1:19 PM



a: self talk ~
b: audio tape

What:

"Most of our self-talk is like a looping and internal audio tape. It was often embedded into our unconscious during childhood. Caregivers pass on their automated ..."


Useful?
Writer: Patricia
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Where:
Date: Jan 9 2019 1:21 PM



a: self restraint ~
b: hoops on a barrel

What:


Useful?
Writer: Not Stated
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Where:
Date: Jun 1 2016 9:14 AM



a: self restraint ~
b: salt in food

What:

No salt makes food tasteless, too much makes it like drinking salt water. Getting the amount just about right takes skill, willingness and habit.


Useful?
Writer: Not Stated
LCC:
Where: Reference Link Has Evaporated
Date: Jun 1 2016 9:18 AM



a: Self confidence ~
b: a ripple

What:

"Self-confidence is like a ripple. When children feel capable in one area, the feeling is likely to spread to other areas of their lives."


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Writer: Nancy A. Brown, County Extension Agent in Family and Consumer Sciences
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Date: Sep 17 2017 10:29 AM


On Line Behavior

a: Self restraint online ~
b: Ulysses lashed himself to his ship's mast

What: Not long ago, I started an experiment in self-binding: intentionally creating an obstacle to behavior I was helpless to control, much the way Ulysses lashed himself to his ship's mast to avoid succumbing to the Sirens' song. In my case, though, the irresistible temptation was the Internet. But before I began, I wondered about the genesis of the term "self-binding." So I hopped online and found Jon Elster, a professor of political science at Columbia University, whose book "Ulysses Unbound" explores whether voluntarily restricting your choices enhances or curtails freedom.

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Writer: andredolorious
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Date: Oct 31 2009 2:38 AM



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