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November 6, 2015

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“I am not what happened to me, I am what I choose to become.”
― C. G. Jung

Very rare people choose to become what they really want to become. Most of us accept our lives and circumstances the way we get that and never ever even try to change or upgrade our lives. On the other hand, there are people who accept the challenges that their lives offer..yes..I like to use the word ‘offer’ because its we who decide whether to accept that offer to upgrade our lives and souls or reject that offer to live life the way we are already ‘living’, or should I use the word…’suffering’.

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My blog are real life stories of people who have accepted the challenges whole heartily that their lives offered. They wanted to make their lives better and they did, with the help of certain therapies done by me, especially Past Life Regression Therapy (A wonderful soul therapy).

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Blog disclosure, disclaimer and comment policy

Disclosure

The aim of this blog is to share information with the general public about topics related to the field of counseling and psychotherapy.
In the course of this dialogue with the blog community, I hope to stimulate discussion and debate around the topic of mental and cognitive health. As part of this process I intend to share information about my professional development, courses I’ve attended, articles and books I’ve read. This site reflects the author’s personal experiences.
Views and opinions expressed on this blog are entirely the author’s own. All relevant source material will be identified and referenced.
There will be no discussion about my clients or my private life.

 

Disclaimer

This Blog is for informational and educational purposes only. The information provided is not intended to be a substitute for professional psychiatric treatment. Visiting this blog this does not create a therapeutic relationship with Nitu Singh or imply that one has been established with him. In no event shall Nitu Singh be held responsible for any negative consequence to the reader resulting from the reader’s use of this material.
Whilst every effort will be made to keep the information up to date and correct, there are no warranties, either expressed or implied, that guarantee the accuracy, reliability, accessibility or suitability of the information provided. In addition to this, in keeping with the dialectic nature of conceptual discourses and truth, my opinions and perspectives may change and evolve over time.

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A major goal of this blog is to encourage conversation and discussion.   We welcome comments reflecting a wide variety of perspectives.    Comments should also be on topic, original as opposed to copied from another source, and respectful.

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