The subconscious mind works very much like a computer. It has programs that take raw data (life) and turn it into something you can understand (perception). Sometimes the programs conflict with each other and create glitches. These glitches waste time and energy, which prevents you from achieving your wildest dreams. Here are 15 common subconscious glitches that people today have and how to upgrade them.
You can only effect change if you can wake up the sleeping people, and in order for them to hear you, you must have compassion for how they got where they are. Think of all the truly effective change agents. They didn’t come out with hate, guns blaring and voices screaming. They came out with love and spoke to the hearts of those who knew there was another way.
I can honestly say that I owe my current life to Dr. Emoto’s work. Early in 2008, I saw the movie “What the Bleep Do We Know?” which featured his work. At the time, due to some childhood trauma, I was suffering from all sorts of root chakra issues – problems with my knees, my finances and my career – just to name a few. My biggest issue, though, was constant anxiety. I just didn’t feel calm or safe in my own body. Doing yoga would help temporarily, but then I’d go to bed and my body’s cellular memory would kick back in and I’d awake anxious again.
Death is an immensely challenging and often confusing part of being alive. It can broadside us, claiming dear friends and loved ones seemingly before their time. Truthfully, there is no right way to handle death, as the loss of someone you care about can be one of the most emotionally charged experiences we ever have, comparable to that of only one other occasion, the birth of a child. Here’s 10 Healthy Ways to Accept the Death of a Loved One.
I’ve read countless articles about what successful people do on their weekends. Do you want to know the secret? It’s the same thing that they do every other day. As Aristotle said, “We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit.” Here are 12 weekend habits of highly successful people.
Intuition is that “gray area” that few can fully put their finger on. And yet it’s persistent, accurate and if followed, it can become our most trusted ally. But how do you recognize when it’s talking and not the monkey mind that insists it has the predominant say? There are methods that can be put to […]
Ban Ki-moon, Secretary General of The United Nations, told Betsy Sawyer, her students and assembled guests at the JFK Presidential Library that their afterschool “peace club is an inspiration to the world.”
Magic has been a part of almost every culture in the world for centuries. But American magician Kevin Spencer has taken the art of illusion one step further. He uses his talents not only to entertain but also to improve the lives of children and adults with disabilities. VOA’s Julie Taboh dropped in on one of his special workshops near Washington to see how he does it.
Every so often, there comes a man who is able to see the universe in a new way, whose vision upsets the very foundations of the world as we know it. Throughout his life, Einstein would look for the harmony, not only in his science but in the world of men. The world wanted to know Albert Einstein and yet he remained a mystery to those who only saw public face and perhaps to himself as well. However, the next 7 practical life lessons can reveal Einstein’s way of thinking and formulating the miracles in former times.
Malala Yousafzai’s speech in accepting the 2014 Nobel Peace Prize is awe inspiring. Malala, who is the youngest ever Nobel Peace Prize recipient, spoke about her human rights work around education and saving the minds of other women under terrorism’s rule.
To live in your truth is a truly beautiful thing. Living your life from an authentic place (what is authentic for you in this moment) means that you are actively creating a life that you desire. It means you are most likely feeling more joy than pain, and more expansion than contraction. Here are ten habits of people who are living on purpose to help inspire you to step more into your truth and live a life closer to the one that you desire.
Do you ever stop to observe your own thoughts and behaviors, to observe yourself and your life? Do you ever wonder why you are doing whatever it is that you are doing? Do you ever stop and observe the world? Most of us live our lives on autopilot, and we rarely or never stop and question the way we live our lives and why we live the way we do. Here are 10 things you should always remember as you go through this journey of life.
Our thoughts are everywhere. Sometimes they can be handy in figuring things out, or sometimes they can overcomplicate things when they don’t need to and many times they just can’t help but be there, including now as you read this article. The bottom line is: your mind always has something to say.
We as a culture love our quick fixes. Gone are the days where we valued perseverance, discipline and what a good days hard work can get us. Today, we are much more excited about diet pills that promise weight loss without effort, “hacks” to help us grow our businesses to 6 figure companies over night, cars that get us from point A to point B in as little time as possible and dating websites that cut the grunt work out of meeting people.
There are many things most of us try to keep hidden from ourselves and from those around us, things that caused us so much pain and suffering. Things that are perceived by our minds as being dark, ugly and painful. Things that we would rather forget they once happened. Things we would rather keep buried deep down inside than bring back to the surface. But the truth of the matter is that until we don’t come to terms with what happened, until we don’t cleanse ourselves, until we don’t heal all our past wounds and until we don’t bring light into our once dark world, the past will continue to haunt us.