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When a person is having problems it is reasonable to think you feel full of anxiety and insecurity. Many times problems absorb both people who feel as if the world wasn’t more than a giant maze where at each address that you see, is only more of the same. But that is just a vision of the world. There are many others. There is a vision of the world where everything is love, where everything is abundance and happiness. This vision of the world is accessible to all beings in the universe.

But for access to that vision of the world you must learn to see above the limitations. You must learn to see more than any auto limitation imposed. Every thing in a person’s life is his creation. And that creation happens because the person has thus chosen you. It is not punishment or awards occurring to persons. It is simply that people create pleasant or unpleasant things. Isn’t that karma will bring them misfortune I persons, are persons created with disarray in their thoughts. And everything that people have, they do and they are, it can be modified.

That requires an external force. Inertia is the tendency of bodies to remain in the same State. Inertia prevents the bodies to change status. For a change of State it is necessary that an external force acts. In the life of people, inertia keeps them tied to things that do not want to. To move to a life better it is necessary that an external force acts. If you want to improve your financial situation and become a millionaire person, it is necessary that an external force acts, if you want to improve relations it is necessary that an external force acting, if you want to be happy is necessary that an external force acts. That force should be released, that force should fill it with power. Where you find a force as well? Strength you need is the I am happy, I am rich, book by Andrew Corentt. This book will heal your life areas that now prevent it from being a millionaire, happy and successful. Each page of this book frees him, filled with power to decide and enjoy your destination. When you finish reading you you know that you and only you are the master of your fate and that a life of wealth, success and happiness is only your choice. original author and source of the article.

The Notion

Finally, two complementary concepts analyze key: territory and resiliency. The notion of territory expresses the process of appropriation of space (physical natural) occupied by the various human groups over time, and from which they build a sense of identity and territorial membership. While the notion of resilience, in the social field, expresses the affirmative response capacity and the learning process of the indigenous communities of their successes and errors, in the midst of the difficulties that played you face to overcome and progress. These concepts are related to what some researchers such as Peigne6 – point on the territorial dialectic process. I.e., the processes of adaptation (or inadequacy) of the indigenous communities to the territories they occupied were a result of changes and rearrangements occurred inside (and in your environment’s influence) as a result of the tensions of each process followed by them in time.

On the one hand, influences the degree of social resilience developed by indigenous communities as they evolve with very dynamic, in constant conflict and processes with different forms and functions of management of its space (vertical and horizontal); and on the other hand, are expressed as a result of their particular territorial dialectical process. Although we know that the evolution of the indigenous communities depending on multiple adaptive processes (and inadaptativos) have been tested in specific territorial areas, multivariate terms of offer of available natural resources and according to types of socio-economic organization and environmental rationality that applied in the management of ecosystems. However, we assume that simultaneously these adaptive processes are supeditaron to the development of certain capacities of social resilience (strong or weak), engendered by the various societies and cultures to confront and overcome the difficulties and achieve adapt to the occupied territorial environment (or otherwise failing inadaptarse). We acotamos that other factors – direct and indirect, internal and external – that should also be considered in the analysis.

Characteristics

Usually a shy person’s thoughts tend to be negative, reflected little confidence in themselves and in their performance and denote an excessive criticism. A shy person tends to show anxiety and fear before social contacts. Experiencing different sensations and physical symptoms such as increased heart rate, perspiration, dryness of mouth, body tension, blushing, and even in some cases, nausea and vomiting. These symptoms are the reflection of all the physiological activation that occurs in the person. They also express a broad group of negative emotions such as sadness, guilt, irritability, anger, etc. At the moment have to interact with others, shy people tend to be blocked, do not maintain eye contact, your voice volume is low, made gestures and movements with your body that denote the nervousness, speak low and your body posture is rigid.

Another characteristic aspect is the avoidance of social contacts. These can be scarce and unsatisfactory and already given the situation social they tend to escape it. Shyness becomes a problem which is reflected in thoughts and negative feelings and misconduct and should be treated when the emotional well-being and overall quality of life of the person are affected. You must not confuse shyness with other similar things. There are people who relate little, simply because they prefer to be alone and are lonely by choice, but when they have to interact with others have no problem. The shy little relate but it would like to relate more and suffer for it. Original author and source of the article.

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