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Jane Morales
www.Culture10.com
Holistic Lifestyle Coach & Culture Writer
Interests: Jane Morales is a Certified Holistic Life Coach & Meditation Master. She holds a BS in Marketing from Bentley University in Boston and a Master of Science in Communications from Boston University. Prior to becoming a Holistic Life Coach & Meditation Master, Jane worked for 10 years in the television industry with Telemundo Network and NBC Network as producer and entertainment news anchor. After years in the TV industry, she held the position of Communications Director for Cartier Jewelers International in charge of the Latin American markets. Jane has extensive expertise in the art of wellbeing, creating a successful life from the inside out & living in harmony.
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By Marc Haegeman “The bright star among the soloists is certainly Maria Alexandrova, who infuses her perfectly shaped classical style with contemporary energy”. By Anna Kisselgoff Born in Moscow. In 1997, being a student of Moscow Choreographic Academy, where she studied under Sophia Golovkina, Alexandrova won a Gold medal at... Continue reading
Posted Oct 23, 2014 at ONCE A BUNHEAD...ALWAYS A BUNHEAD
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When I was growing up parents pretty much kept a distance from normal day to day matters. They were great guides for us and great teachers for problem solving. Bottom line, we had to take care of business on our own. We had to solve problems with other kids, we... Continue reading
Posted Oct 23, 2014 at ONCE A BUNHEAD...ALWAYS A BUNHEAD
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Posted Oct 22, 2014 at ONCE A BUNHEAD...ALWAYS A BUNHEAD
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Posted Jul 17, 2014 at URSOFANCY
The external personality or sense of "I" and "mine." Broadly, individual identity. In Saiva Siddhanta and other schools, the ego is equated with the tattva of ahamkara, "Imaker," which bestows the sense of I-ness, individuality and separateness from God. Zen and Buddhism Dictionary on Ego Ego: The individual or self; in Buddhism the ego is an illusion, which helps to perpetuate all illusion. Self; feeling of I, me, mine. The consciousness in man, as in being aware of himself. Esoteric philosophy teaches the existence of two Egos in man, the mortal or personal, and the higher, the divine or impersonal, calling the former "personality," and the latter "individuality." Feeling Proud of an accomplishment in one way is satisfaction of achievement.It may be a form of expressing confidence to achievein future too. The ego is defined by various religious schools differently.Some classify ego as a spiritual belief or faith. S.Narasimha Rao
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Hola Jane. Tanto tiempo. I am no philosopher, but here is my take on your question. Your ego is your sense of self. A strong ego helps you maintain a healthy balance between the temptation to fall into execesses or succumb to impulses, and constant self suffocation by rules and mores. Your ego makes you feel proud of an accomplishment, but it also helps you recognize your failings and get to work to fix them. But commonly, someone will tell you that you have an ego, meaning to say that you have an attitude problem, driven by the belief that your sense of self is bigger than the other person's sense of self. Having an ego is a sign of maturity. Being proud of an accomplishment is a sign of healthy spirits. Acting like you are above others, depending on abouut what and whith who, priceless...! Sylmarie Arizmendi
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