Wouldn’t it be great if you could change your habitual thinking and bad habits? You know, those moments when you know you shouldn’t do something, but you do it anyway.
Bells have a deep symbolic meaning that is associated with the mind and the expansion of consciousness. You have to do some digging to reach that conclusion of course. Well, you don’t because I’ve done all the graft for you.
Did you know it’s possible to change your mind?
You’re probably thinking, “Yes, my girlfriend does it all the time just to confuse me.” Haha, yes, but that’s not what I mean. I am talking about changing habitual patterns of thinking so that you react differently to situations.
You can learn how to stay in control of your emotions!
Don’t panic, I am not going to give you a list of half-assed ways in which you can love yourself. Nor will I tell you to set your alarm with a morning message that reads “Your Awesome!” I don’t have a Ph.D so am not qualified to offer you that kind of inspiration.
I’ll save that for the experts. They all say pretty much the same thing anyway. Except Oprah – that’s just crap! Continue reading Learning How To Love May Be The Best Thing You Ever Do!
Meditation is one of those practices that is widely misunderstood. The vast majority of people think meditation involves sitting cross-legged and chanting ‘aummmm’.
Whilst this is true in the traditional sense, the reality is that at some point during the course of every day, we all meditate.
The World Health Organisation (WHO) recently published a report that estimates suicide will be the leading cause of death amongst teenagers by 2030. The report, prepared for the UN, found the depression epidemic is the “predominant illness and disability for both boys and girls aged 10 to 19 years.”
Neuropsychiatric disorders are already a disease burden worldwide. WHO has known about the cost of life caused by depression since 1999, but in the last 15 years the issue has received little attention from health organisations or the media – despite depression being the main driver for suicide. Continue reading WHO Predict Depression Will Be Biggest Killer of Teenagers By 2030
New survey links negative thinking with the world’s number one killer
The World Health Organisation shows that heart disease is the number one killer on the planet. Yet the biggest cause of heart disease could actually be your own mind. Clinical tests determine that negative thoughts can have an adverse impact on your health and increases the risk of heart disease, and it all stems from feeling hopeless.
The majority of people do not realise the human mind is programmed – and in many cases the negative programming is holding you back. Everything you experience in life becomes a part of your psychological makeup and perception of the world. This programming has a major influence in the ways you act, feel and think. The problem is, your mind is often downloaded with negative ideas. Continue reading Hopelessness and Hostility Cause Heart Disease