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The Power of Self-Deception

The balance between individualized yin and yang.

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When you hear the word “deception,” your mind most likely forms a negative connotation to the term. That’s because deception is often associated with lying, white lies, and cover ups. A potential path to harm and deceit. However, self-deception can also play a positive role too. I say this due to how some of the most impactful and…

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