How can I believe in myself, how do I discover my own strengths, and how can I trust myself? Self-love – can it be learned?
Psychology on mindfulness and resilience does not heal the wounds of childhood. Once my childhood is over, can I still straighten anything out? Or do I have to come to terms with what I was or was not born with? Will my dreams remain unattainable?
When you lack attention, love or security, emotions get the better of you. The alarm mode of everyday life is unbearable for many people, and we need the memory of warmth to endure the cold reality. If a person does not have such warm “psychic cushions”, the subconscious works against the self at full speed. If they have not been encouraged, be it in learning, playing or finding out what they really like, their self-esteem will buckle, and their self-confidence will weaken.
Happiness falls by the wayside, and success is hard to realize. Fear blocks positive impulses and paralyzes what could be positive.
To develop an identity and be motivated to have a successful life, a healthy personality needs resources from childhood. Compassion and empathy are learned through emotional experiences and form the basis for current and future attachments and relationships.
In this psychology guide and practical workbook, NIKU presents the way to complete the past with important experiences and elements.
NIKU is the path to self-discovery. It enables you to patch up the tapestry of your childhood with elements of care and nurturing that were missing and emerge stronger as a result. Positive beliefs become a habit and displace the negative ones.
With exclusive checklists, mindset strategies and personal support, this approach helps you to stabilize your life for the long term and take care of your future and that of your family.
Happiness is not a matter of luck
NIKU is a new method of personal development
based on brain research for the interested self-user.
The users of the app design scenarios themselves,
in which those wishes will come true in the actual
biography retrospectively which have remained unfulfilled
“Mental Neuroimplants”, is supposed to help to anchor positive memories retrospectively in our psyche, which strengthen us mental and give us the opportunity to grow beyond our deficits