Mind-Body Connection

Harvard Scientists Found Something Surprising About People Who Meditate

Harvard Scientists Found Something Surprising About People Who Meditate

The news: It turns out meditating is good for more than just quiet time: It can actually help us fight the cripplingly high stress levels we experience during our busy lives, in the office or elsewhere. Scientists from Harvard University and the University of Sienna recently found that meditation is so powerful it can change the physiology of a person’s brain, resulting in positive changes like a decrease in anxiety and depression.

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10 Ancient Tips for Boosting Immunity Everyone Should be Doing

10 Ancient Tips for Boosting Immunity Everyone Should be Doing

According to Ayurveda, even the most deadly disease would never affect a person in ‘good health’.
Here are 10 sure-fire ways to make sure you are that person.

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Yoga Plus Grounding: A Powerful Wellness Combination

Yoga Plus Grounding: A Powerful Wellness Combination

Grounding yourself is a mechanism by which you’re able to stabilize your energies, center your mind, and focus on the moment. As a result, you’re able to take a deep breath, step back, and focus on you for that very moment – no matter the time and place.

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A Time to Go Within

A Time to Go Within

We are leaving behind the warm bright light of summer and early fall and headed towards the dark cold days and nights of late autumn and winter. We needn’t be afraid of the dark for there is beauty in the dark, as well. If the seed didn’t rest in the dark cool earth, there would be no blooming flower to greet us in the spring.

Just like Mother Nature, we need to honor our own cycles and rhythms. I have learned to love (or at least appreciate!) the cold dark winter months which are approaching here in the Northeast. I know many of you shudder at this thought and are perhaps frantically making plans to get out of town. But I like to burrow in, read and write, deepen my sleep, and concentrate on nurturing myself – body, mind and spirit. This year I hope to do a silent retreat somewhere deep in Nature.

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Beyond Deterministic Genes: The Morphogenetic Field

Beyond Deterministic Genes: The Morphogenetic Field

One of the biggest intellectual roadblocks to overcome in healing ourselves, or even understanding the Universe fully, is based on this assumption: that our genes determine our reality, or the likelihood our lives and health will follow a predetermined path.

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The Arrival of Vata Season (Anxiety Alert!)

The Arrival of Vata Season (Anxiety Alert!)

As we begin this transition from Pitta Season to Vata Season, it’s important to note something that Ayurveda teaches.

“The Ayurvedic texts say that a disease can take root in the body only during the junctions between the seasons, when all nature is in flux. Because of the upheaval dominating these junctions, the body’s natural immunity becomes virtually defenseless against impending disease.” -Maya Tiwari

I have experienced this firsthand, many times, and am learning just how true this cautionary statement is. The most important lesson I have learned is to deeply nurture the Vata part of me.

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Your Personal FitScope: Numerology for Optimal Exercise

Your Personal FitScope: Numerology for Optimal Exercise

A FitScope is intuitive fitness advice based on numerology. A simple calculation helps you incorporate optimized fitness into your life with ease and grace.

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Special Brain Exercise ‘Enhances Brain Performance’, New Study Finds

Posted by on September 1, 2014 in Health, Mind-Body Connection with 0 Comments
Special Brain Exercise ‘Enhances Brain Performance’, New Study Finds

According to a new study conducted by researchers from the National University of Singapore (NUS), specific types of meditation – Vajrayana and Theravada styles of from the Tibetan tradition – elicit qualitatively different influences on human physiology and behavior, producing arousal and relaxation responses respectively.

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Healing Depression in Those Who Are Awake (Video)

Healing Depression in Those Who Are Awake (Video)

Geoff Byrd of Radio Mysterium offers tips on relieving depression – naturally.

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Intuition: A Healing Tool Most Doctors Have Forgotten

Intuition: A Healing Tool Most Doctors Have Forgotten

Most of us don’t even know who we are… Who are you, really? Once we get past the surface of who we THINK we are, the number of abilities we can access are terrifyingly infinite.

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How to Bankrupt the National Health Service

How to Bankrupt the National Health Service

All of doctor-induced disease – from medical mistakes to the side effects of prescription drugs – ‘pales into insignificance when compared with the intellectual neglect demonstrated by doctors failing to understand, recognize and prevent the two major causes of death; namely heart disease and cancer.

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Should Homeopathy Be Banned?

Should Homeopathy Be Banned?

Stating that homeopathic medicines are “no more effective than a placebo,” is actually saying that “homeopathic medicines cause real, positive effects that we don’t understand.”

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How to Rise Above the Myths of Aging

Written by on July 20, 2014 in Health, Mind-Body Connection with 3 Comments
How to Rise Above the Myths of Aging

By Cynthia Sue Larson Have you ever wondered why some people age gracefully, seeming like they look pretty much the same now as decades earlier, while staying actively engaged in fun activities, learning new things, and staying active… and other people slip into steady decline? If you have noticed this and wondered, “What’s up with that?”  you’ll […]

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How the Bates Method Can Help You Retrain Your Eyes

How the Bates Method Can Help You Retrain Your Eyes

Your vision is not compromised because of weak eye muscles. Rather they’re too tensed to work properly, so you have to relax them. The Bates method teaches you how.

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The Story of Stress (Hint: We’re Addicted to It)

The Story of Stress (Hint: We’re Addicted to It)

Humans have essentially become addicted to stress. There is “good stress” (eustress) and “bad stress” (distress)—meaning, you experience certain stressful experiences as unpleasant and seek to avoid them, but others you may actually seek out because they’re fun.

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