Yet another idle weekend came to an end; and Amit, tucked in comfortably under the sheets lay sound awake. He was figuring it all out: The first thing he would do tomorrow morning is to rise earlier than usual in order to go for a brisk walk, then a hot shower before work - after returning from which he would spend some time with his little son and his little homework and finally - would have the chance to dine with his wife, Vinita, after a long time that month (especially after the daily morning shouting-matches). He set the alarm for 6:30 a.m. waiting for Monday with a challenge.
What do we understand by the label of a "negative person"? Somebody who has 'a problem for every solution'. Somebody who isn't a pessimist at heart, but finds a reason to be one. Somebody who will never even take the first step for the fear of falling later. (Don't worry if all of these tags suit you; because they apply to everyone at some point in life.)
As individuals, we often encounter a situation where getting along alone is quite difficult. There are times when we as individuals face problems like fear, lack of motivation, lack of self confidence, problem in decision making and are stuck in situations. This is where the role of a team becomes crucial. Be it in a school project, a family function, group discussion at university or big presentations at the workplace, we often find us incomplete without a team.
Hypnosis has been used to treat several disorders and is a common psychological tool. It's a diverse and ever changing field. A very interesting concept related to hypnosis which has emerged is 'Subliminal Hypnosis.' It can also be called 'covert' hypnosis. In psychology, the word subliminal means "below the threshold of consciousness".