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Each truth exposes the self to new realizations. Realizations that is counterintuitive to the permeation of suffering. Suffering acts as the binding crucible of one’s true potential in his/her experience(s). Meaning, suffering restricts one from achieving a particular end goal. Suffering robs one of sensations, new ideals, and pursuits due to one focusing on one’s internal or external pressures.
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Journal of Positive Psychology Analysis of the article, How to increase and sustain positive emotion: The effects of expressing gratitude and visualizing best possible selves by Kennon M. Sheldon and Sonja Lyubomirsky. This type of article is an analysis of a professional issue in the psychology field. The article analyses the benefits of positive emotions to individual’s intellectual, social and physical health. The issue of the relationship between emotional health and the wellbeing of an individual is a psychological subject. The type of research in this research article is Correlational research.