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Want to Get Younger…Try Something New!

  • September 19, 2012
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"The world is full of endless possibilities, and just by exploring them, you will increase your brain functioning.  By trying a new game, task, book, television show, food, or activity, you are expanding your brain to create new neuronal connections.…

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What’s Your Excuse?

  • September 18, 2012
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Recent research this century has shown that meditation is applicable to, and effective for, depression, anxiety, panic disorder, stress, emotional regulation, addictions, psychosis, neurogenesis, dimentia, memory recall, cognitive acuity, pain management, somatic symptom control, hormonal regulation, genetic functioning, sports performance,…

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Germs in Your Mind

  • September 17, 2012
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What if your behaviors were like a groove in a record and once you got locked into it you played the same song, over and over?  What if you could simply pick up the needle and play a different song?…

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Your Outdated Treasure Map

  • September 14, 2012
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What if that one imaginary treasure map you drew as a child was the only map you were ever allowed to follow for the rest of your life?  Could you get to all of the many places you'd need to…

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Wait Until Your Father Gets Home!

  • September 13, 2012
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Remember that statement when you were a kid, and how it filled you with a sense of dread when you were in trouble?  The insula is important in our social brains. It's involved with processing events in the future based…

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Could Walking Upstairs Prevent Alzheimers?

  • September 10, 2012
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Many view aging as a predestined journey towards senility, dementia or Alzheimers...or at least that's what current American statistics would have us believe.  Those with Alzheimers have no ability to create new memories and store them in their hippocampus --…

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Can We Program Creativity?

  • September 7, 2012
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Each time we learn something we create a neurological map embedded with the information from our experience.  We then store this for reference throughout our lives.  Each time we reference it in a new situation we have the opportunity to…

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There is Power in the Pause

  • September 6, 2012
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When we are moving too fast, speeding ahead without pause or breath, we can not integrate the lessons and experiences we've had.  Without the pause, perhaps we do not assimilate to give our spirits time to expand with seniority.  Our…

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Are You Walking the Talk?

  • September 5, 2012
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As we engage in our patterns and habits, we reinforce them.  We all know that without action talk is cheap.  Sometimes that action needs to address our subconscious drives, those elusive mind programs that evade our detection.  Dr. Bruce Lipton…

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