Images That Changed the World.
At PsychedonLife.com self-help education gives rise to new hope through the psychological meaning behind Pop Culture illustrated via Movies, Music, Books, Photography and Television. Enduring messages told with words and images touch the hearts and minds of millions of people through the universal language that connects every man, woman and child in the world - Emotions.
It’s not just how you feel but why you feel it. When your emotions speak to you it's important you learn how to listen. Think about it: the emotions behind the artists' voices you admire are echoing your own personal struggles. Their triumphs, losses, heartbreaks, loves are the same as yours. When you make the connection, a recognition emerges, a picture of what's going on inside your mind and how your feelings color your world and how you relate to it. Connect to the meanings of these creative works and a newly found personal anthem appears, elevating a higher level of self consciousness, transcending time and space, translating the experience into a unique understanding of who you are and where you fit in the world.
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Know that we're here for you. We offer links to articles written by psychological experts who can help you translate your emotions so you can read yourself with clarity.
Watch as your own life’s story appears. With new eyes embrace the vision. Invisible options become visible giving rise to your newly found self-awareness. Join our Online Community and meet new friends who are just like you. We invite you to open your heart and mind because this is where your journey begins...
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We at PsychedonLife.com decode what you already listen to, watch and read and then present the psychology behind the emotions they evoke in ways you can easily understand. You’ll see there’s a power in personal discovery. Imagine that only a small change in thinking can lead you down a new road on a journey to self-awareness.
“Nothing said to us, nothing we can learn from others, reaches us so deep as that which we find in ourselves.”
- Theodor Reik, Psychologist
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