It is not the strongest of the species that survives, nor the most intelligent, but the one most adaptable to change – Charles Darwin In life there are no certainties, nor guarantees, but if there is one thing that is constant and is the same for all, it is that all things change. Everything around […]

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By practicing positive thought patterns (affirmations) repetitively, we actually create neuroplasticity in the area of the brain that processes what we are thinking about. The key is repetition so you flood your brain with the positive thought. When practicing affirmations, choose one or two to focus on for several weeks. Say the affirmation out loud […]

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  Kale. Meditation. A good night’s sleep. You know all these things are good for you (even if you don’t always incorporate them into your daily routine). A vital addition to that list is travel, which offers a host of health benefits to your mind, body, and soul. Anybody who has traveled outside his or […]

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In popular sayings, we have: It will come home to them Chickens return to their roost They will get what’s coming to them The meaning is that evil is returned to the wrong-doer and they will eventually suffer for what they did. This, in essence is the Law of Karma.  That we receive what we […]

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The Law of Attraction appeal to a wide range of disciplines in order to explain and support the intuitive principles they believe.   For example, research in psychology, neuroscience, philosophy and evolutionary biology can all e used to add extra dimensions to our understanding of how the Law of Attraction works.       Here […]

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Automatic Negative thoughts that become overwhelmingly stressful can be overcome with simple techniques to challenge them.   The average brain does a lot of thinking, up to 60,000 thoughts per day.  And the majority of these thoughts are negative and seem to pop up out of the blue.  Psychologists have labeled these automatic negative thoughts.   […]

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Meditation works for anxiety, even reversing damage and making your brain less anxiety-prone.  Learn the best ways to meditate.           It’s human nature to worry  Being on the constant lookout for danger kept our ancestors safe and alive, but in the modern world, having a hypervigilant mind does you little good.  […]

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