If you were to ask the critics, they would say that a positive thinker has a distorted view on life. However, if you had to ask the psychologists, they would tell you that positive thinkers are not afraid of life’s challenges or negative experiences and are quick to seize opportunities and learn from life’s experiences. What are your thoughts on the power of positive thinking? Have you ever felt like you were drowning in negativity? Is that even a possibility with so much help and advice out there? Is it just wishful thinking that if you think positively your health will improve? Is there any evidence that supports the belief? Well, actually, there is, and there is much to be said about how powerful positive thinking really is! Continue reading
Tony Robbins within this short 6 minute video can get you back on track on “focused” on what it is you truly desire. I find myself from time to time drifting from what my goals are and without my daily rituals, I would not be where I am today in my life.
There is nobody better than Tony Robbins when it comes to this, the man is phenomenal! I needed to watch this video today as I have watched it many, many times in the past and it always gets me back on track.
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While millions of world orphans and underprivileged children go through life every day without their basic needs being met like proper nutrition, love, shelter and education, we are blessed with abundance and take these things for granted. Although people are empathetic, they have the perception that little or nothing can be done about the number of orphans in the world but each one of us are in some humane way responsible. Let me share with you how these innocent world orphans and underprivileged children are suffering and how you can help save them… Continue reading
With another Valentine’s Day upon us, not much thought is spent on the true meaning of love. This is what The Bible says, love is patient and kind; love does not envy or boast; it is not arrogant or rude. It does not insist on its own way; it is not irritable or resentful; it does not rejoice at wrongdoing, but rejoices with the truth. Love bears all things, believes all things, hopes all things, endures all things. Love never fails… Continue reading
Massage may well be the oldest and simplest form of medical care. Paintings of people giving and receiving them have been found in Egyptian tombs. The ancient Greeks and Romans used it as a primary form of medical treatment and the Chinese had documented the benefits as far back as 3,000BC. Today’s massage therapists practice a wide variety of techniques originating from ancient methods. From those roots, they remain inspired by a goal nurtured centuries ago – to help others heal their physical and emotional well-being and experience a higher quality of life. Massage is now used in intensive care units, for children, elderly people, babies in incubators, and patients with cancer, AIDS, heart attacks, or strokes just to name a few. Most American hospices have some kind of bodywork therapy available, and it is frequently offered in health centers, drug treatment clinics, and pain clinics. Continue reading
Self-motivation can be a struggle if there is constant negativity and or fear about what the future holds. Even though we all face fears, doubt and sometimes even depression, the ability to focus and move forward regardless is what separates successful people. There might be no single solution for lack of self-motivation but starting by understanding what your driving force is a great beginning! Continue reading
Memory and the human brain is one of the most mysterious and powerful tools in the modern world. This magical organ interprets reality through synapses and neurons, forming subjective thoughts, qualities, and memories, which form our identities. Using up to twenty percent of the energy we consume, our brain is always working and always changing. As we grow, the connections between regions of the brain reinforce each other, fortifying our memory, until a certain age at which, either naturally, through “disuse,” or through memory loss diseases such as Alzheimer’s, we begin to lose control of our memories. Continue reading
To grow in life often means moving out of your comfort zone, why? It’s because in order to grow you need to expand your personal capacity and that requires you to take on new challenges. For that reason, you need to be comfortable with being uncomfortable. Only then can you do the things that are necessary for your personal growth. I simply love the word “grow” in the phrase “personal growth.” Continue reading