There are two ways we can respond to any given circumstance: by letting our habitual negative reaction restrain us or by letting our positive powerful mind free us! So the answer is YES!
Amongst the 30,000 adults tracked in the United States over the course of 8 years, for the study which inspired Stanford psychologist Kelly McGonigal on her TED TALK ‘How to make stress your friend’ , those who reported high stress levels had a 43 % increased risk of dying.
However, before you jump to the conclusion that stress - as we may have heard for so many...
According to neuroscientist, international lecturer and author Dr. Joe Dispenza, those 3 hormonal centres of the body have everything to do with survival and those centres are energy consumers, since they're regularly turning energy into chemistry.
Living like that in the short term is ok because the body can return to homeostasis and re store itself. The issue arise when we are overdoing those consistently leaving no energy for growth and repair as we constantly live in a survival mode.
Dr. Dispenza suggests that majority of our thoughts and feelings are connected to our sexuality, to our victimisation, to our suffering,...
Stanford psychologist, researcher, lecturer and New York Times best-selling author, Kelly McGonigal, believes that the connection strength between you and your future self is the key to success. Plain and simple.
According to studies, the closer you feel to the person you want to become and their achievements, the more likely you are to make real changes and behave in a way that move you towards your goals.
Most of us tho, feel so (SO!) far away from achieving what we want in life that we end up not acting the way it would benefit us the most in...
We all know those people who can only talk about past experiences and memories as if their future could never be as good as what they left behind.
There are also those who cling to their traumas and bad experiences finding it hard to face their present situation, make a plan to solve their current problems and basically move on with their lives. I, myself, have been there at least once.
As hard as it is we’ve gotta ‘let things go’, as they say.
The thing is tho, it is totally ok and...
Not that we needed scientific reasons to buy an extra pair of headphones... BUT did you know that a good tune can drastically reduce our perception of pain and fatigue?
Multiple studies have now proven that music not only regulates sadness but it enhances positive emotions and can leave us feeling more active and inspired.
It turns out that choosing the right songs will not only make us shut out the world and focus on what we’re doing but can actually increase our performance by 15% .
That's because when we listen...