There is nothing like a universal fear that holds the possibility to bring people together to connect and find safety. During the current viral epidemic this possibility exists but it is challenged by the current recommendations and safety concerns communicated by the World Health Organization and CDC to practice social distancing that can create feelings… Read More »
She offered comments on her senior student “thesis” regarding the neurobiological foundations of current happiness research and its global inter-cultural and financial implications. During her talk she spoke of the college’s motto, “Non Satis Scire.” The translation is “To know is not enough.”
Twitter, Facebook, emails, texting, having access to hundreds of television channels- we now have more than a million ways to get distracted. I wouldn’t call myself a procrastinator but I have found that there have been certain situations that I have found a way to put off until the very last moment. Science is now showing that it’s due to a battle in the brain causing you to put things off and not that Mercury was in retrograde. But how does a person who has a lifelong habit of putting things off learn how to stop procrastinating?
In the original version of the Personal Peace Procedure (PPP) it was said to list at least 100 events that you wish you could have skipped. This is fine but with the chapter style journal format I recommend
you will quickly see the generalization effect take place. In other words you won’t necessarily need to tap on each event under that person’s name before you feel absolute peace around them all. Pretty cool!
What do champagne, the neon ball in Times Square, and New Year’s resolutions all have in common? They all appear sparkly and bright on December 31 and almost the next day have disappeared. Research shows that up to 88% of New Year’s resolutions end in failure, yet each year more than half of Americans still make them. What is it about the changing of the year that either inspires or pressures people to make such a great effort to try and change something that they have been unable to accomplish over the past 365 days?
Twitter, Facebook, emails, texting, having access to hundreds of television channels- we now have more than a million ways to get distracted. I wouldn’t call myself a procrastinator but I have found that there have been certain situations that I have put off until the last moment. Science is now showing that it’s due to… Read More »
Lasting change is not a dream; it can be achieved employing strategies that can be learned and are repeatable. “Once you break the habit of being yourself and truly change your mind, your life will never be the same!” says Dr. Dispenza, who speaks around the world on Making Change Stick. Dr. Dispenza says that… Read More »
There is so much being said these days about the value of engaging your subconscious mind in permanent change and transformation. There are some very important tenets of the subconscious and unconscious mind that you need to understand in order to effectively tame it and allow it to work for you instead of against you through self sabotage.