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The Off Button

Written by on January 5, 2021 in Uncategorized with 0 Comments
The Off Button

Where’s the Off Button?! In Walt Disney’s Fantasia, there’s a Mickey Mouse cartoon called the Sorcerer’s Apprentice. In this cartoon, the Sorcerer is going out for the night, probably to play D&D with his pals, and decides to put his apprentice, Mickey, in charge of cleaning up the joint. Mikey’s not too happy about this […]

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Many Approaches to Yoga Nidra, The Yoga of Sleep

Written by on December 1, 2020 in Uncategorized with 0 Comments
Many Approaches to Yoga Nidra, The Yoga of Sleep

Yoga Nidra is the yoga of sleep: its goal is samadhi, experiencing yourself as Oneness and achieves this through a method of entering the Nidra mind state, the hypnagogic, in-between state, of waking and dreaming, through systematized relaxation and layered Awareness. Yoga Nidra is the meditative process of learning to identify yourself as Awareness itself. […]

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Stressed? Try One of These 7 Simple Stress Busters

Stressed? Try One of These 7 Simple Stress Busters

What are some of the methods you use when dealing with stress?

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5 Essential Practices to Enjoy a Stress-Free Life

Posted by on November 1, 2015 in Conscious Living, Happiness & Humor, Thrive with 2 Comments
5 Essential Practices to Enjoy a Stress-Free Life

Incorporate these practices into your life to eliminate the majority of your stress.

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How to Make Relaxation a Part of Your Daily Routine and Why You Should

Posted by on October 30, 2015 in Conscious Living, Happiness & Humor, Thrive with 0 Comments
How to Make Relaxation a Part of Your Daily Routine and Why You Should

Take a look at why relaxing is important and how you can enjoy these benefits. Without relaxation you can remain tired, stressed, unhealthy and get sick more often.

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How To Perform Self-Hypnosis For Health and Happiness

How To Perform Self-Hypnosis For Health and Happiness

In essence, self-hypnosis involves inducing yourself into a very calm and receptive state of focused concentration. This makes a person’s response to suggestions heightened, e.g. “I am feeling strong, confidence and calm”, “My body is completely relaxed and still”, “I am free. I am healthy”. Such suggestions will be better reflected in the person’s daily life.

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Nitric Oxide and Tuning Forks

Nitric Oxide and Tuning Forks

In 2002, Dr. George Stefano and Dr. John Beaulieu made an exciting discovery: Specific vibrations transferred to cells using tuning forks causes the spiking of nitric oxide. This release of nitric oxide sets off a cascade of physiological events that directly influences our health, well-being, state of mind, and consciousness. This article talks about how this happens and briefly why it is so important to people’s health.

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4 Simple Ways to Manage Your Stress at Work

Posted by on November 9, 2014 in Business, Conscious Living, Happiness & Humor, Thrive with 0 Comments
4 Simple Ways to Manage Your Stress at Work

Workers seem more and more stressed every day.

Technology has created expectation of an immediate response 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.
Short-term thinking and planning based on the focus of quarterly stock reports has increased the sense of importance for every project. We feel everything is an urgent priority needing instant attention.
The “doing more with less” mentality has increased the amount of our responsibilities and what is expected of us. This has created a culture of inefficient multi-tasking.

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The Benefits of Your 4 Brain Wave Frequencies & Why You Need To Tune Into Each One

The Benefits of Your 4 Brain Wave Frequencies & Why You Need To Tune Into Each One

When you’re happy and feeling good about yourself, this is reflected in all of your being. You smile and laugh at the smallest of things. Your steps become light and carefree. And on a more physiological level, your mood influences the ebbs and flows of your brain waves.

Because when you’re deeply relaxed and content, your brain enters a frequency where it has a chance to rest, recharge and stir the embers of inspiration and creativity. But when you’re tired, stressed and sad – your brain becomes frazzled, strained and stagnant.

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10 Common Stress Reactions That Only Make Things Worse

Posted by on August 27, 2014 in Conscious Living, Happiness & Humor with 0 Comments
10 Common Stress Reactions That Only Make Things Worse

How’s your tolerance for stress? Here’s ten common stress reactions that only make things worse and what to do instead.

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The Habit That Will Wreck Weekends All Over the World This Week

The Habit That Will Wreck Weekends All Over the World This Week

The weekend is almost here again. And soon, all over the world, people will make a very common mistake and get lost in a destructive habit. They will get lost in the grey zone. They will go into a weekend that they want to spend with a good book and the family, maybe with friends down at the pub or with going out for a hike or a picnic in the sunshine. And then they will get lost in thoughts about work.

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Why We Stay Busy When We’re Not & The Benefits of Doing Nothing

Why We Stay Busy When We’re Not & The Benefits of Doing Nothing

Spend some time just being where you are and enjoying this downtime either by yourself or with others. Tell yourself that it’s okay to spend some time really, truly “doing nothing.”

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