Posts Tagged ‘stress’

The Release Technique Makes Neuroscientific History

Is the Releasing process developed by Lester Levenson as effective as other spiritual practices to Quiet the Mind? Releasing practitioners have always thought so—now science is starting to agree!

Making Better Decisions After the Holidays

Tweet Here is it just after the holidays and hopefully we are all in a reflective place that helps us to be in consideration and appreciation for all that we have been fortunate to enjoy experiencing over these last few months.  Perhaps if we are expressing anything other than positive associations related to our holiday celebrations, it may be helpful for us to that we take a moment to realign our choices.  Each time that we reach for and embrace the holidays (before, during and after) as a positive perspective; we are allowing our self to be rewarded with even …

How to Cause Yourself Peace

Tweet Strange title isn’t it? How to cause yourself Peace? Something’s built into that title. You likely saw it right away. Of course. You cause it all. You, I, all of us, we cause it all. Each of us causes everything we experience. Are you on board with that? It’s daunting if you haven’t looked at it that way. It can be a leap for someone who has looked at it that way. Here it is: Take full responsibility for everything you experience. Everything. Something really good happens. Something not so good happens. Something unpleasant. Something goes against your grain. …

Who Said You Have to Listen to That Ego?

Tweet Who told you that you have to listen to your Ego/mind—that voice playing in your head 24/7? Somewhere along the line you got the impression you had to listen to your mind/ego. You got the impression you had to believe what it’s saying to you. You Got the impression you had to do what it tells you to do. You have to follow its orders. It’s like the story in Greek Mythology where the mermaids lured the sailors over to the rocks and they crashed on the rocks. That noise, that voice playing in your head is crashing your …

LOOK at What’s Right

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Tweet By Dennis Sullivan   Go ahead, admit it. You like to look at what’s wrong, don’t you? It’s okay. Admit it. Self honesty is a good thing and helps you get on track. Actually, it’s not you that like to look at what’s wrong. It’s your mind that likes to look at what’s wrong and you’re unconsciously going along with that mind of yours. You don’t see it happening because you’re living unconscious to what your mind is telling you to do. You’re living on automatic, meaning you react automatically to whatever happens. Let’s get really direct about this. …