You’ve probably heard the phrase: “We are creatures of habit”, and this is definitely true. Actually, most habits are positive – as they help the brain to reduce processing power by performing actions automatically. However, some habits have negative consequences, and it would be great to eliminate these behaviors from our lives. The big question is: How do we go about doing this?
Happy New Year! It’s the perfect time to wipe the slate clean and start doing things that will make your mind, body, and soul feel great! Here are 12 things that you can do to make this the best year ever… more
It’s 3AM…you wake up in the middle of the night and have an overwhelming craving for (fill in the blank)….you head to the kitchen…scavenge through the fridge and cupboards…find your fix and gorge.
It is true, most diets don’t work. Yet there are so many people who are trying to lose weight. People generally give up dieting because: A) they are hungry and B) they are craving unhealthy sugary and fatty foods. Many unhealthy foods are addictive, but what if we could train our brains to actually crave and even prefer healthier foods? Well there is research to say that we can.
In this world of constant connectedness and media over-saturation…here are ten reasons why silence and alone time are so important:
It isn’t exactly polite dinner conversation, but apparently what you deposit in your toilet can tell you a lot about what’s going on inside your body.
Numerous scientists over many years have studied the role of consciousness and how it can directly influence our physical material world. Large amounts of research have been published which clearly demonstrate that yes, consciousness and what we perceive to be our physical material world are directly intertwined.
Many people think that self-love is something they’ll obtain someday in the future.
It turns out…love works the other way around. Life seems to work out when you have self-love first.
Volatile food prices and a growing population mean we have to rethink what we eat, say food futurologists. So what might we be serving up in 20 years’ time?
Playing music to patients while they go under the knife reduces their anxiety and may even aid healing, surgeons say.
Cultures around the world are replete with stories of near-death or out-of-body experiences, but as researchers at the University of Southampton in the UK note, “objective studies on these experiences are limited.”
Everyone is searching for the greatest love of their life. However, what can you do to really be ready?
I don’t know what it is…maybe it’s the laid back beat…the scruffy vocals…or just the overall vibe of this track…but I love it. Reminds me of good times and magic moments with the people I love…could it get any better?
In recent times, there’s been a lot of fuss about the quality of food that people eat. Words such as organic, free range, and GMO have become standard jargon in the shopping vocabulary of most consumers. All this hubbub about food, makes me think about other factors that subtly (or not so subtly) affect the quality of our lives. Are there other things in our environment that are just as critical to our well being as the food we eat? more
The monarch butterfly uses a magnetic compass to guide its extraordinary migration thousands of km across North America, scientists say.