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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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Beauty…where does it live?

  • September 4, 2012
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In studies done at the University College London, it was shown that when people experienced looking at things they rated beautiful, or listened to beautiful music a consistent part of the brain, the orbito medial prefrontal cortex, became very active.…

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Ladies, This is your Brain on PMS!

  • August 31, 2012
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As we know our brains and emotions are intimately linked in a dance facilitated by hormones, neurotransmitters, and a myriad other stimuli.  So it stands to reason that if women experience a radical hormonal flux each month, that their brains…

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Conscious Delusions

  • August 30, 2012
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Do you think you're in control of your life?  Well, you are, but not in the way you might have suspected.  Dr. Bruce Lipton notes in The Biology of Belief that "the greatest problem we face is that we think…

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Navigating the Inner Realms

  • August 29, 2012
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We spend lots of time learning how to navigate people, things, situations, environments and any other external influence we can think of.  But it is the inner navigation, called interoception, that can be pivotal in our ability to heal and…

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Meditate your Loneliness Away

  • August 28, 2012
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Loneliness and social isolation can be a major contributor to some common neuro-degenerative diseases like alzheimers. A new study led by Carnegie Mellon University's J. David Creswell offers the first evidence that mindfulness meditation reduces loneliness in older adults. If meditation…

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Couch Potato Syndrome

  • August 27, 2012
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When we're doing "nothing" fMRIs show the brain is active in the Medial Prefrontal Cortex (MPFC), Dorsal Medial PFC, and Lateral Temporal lobe -- these are the areas correlated to thinking about oneself, and analyzing others' intentions and actions. Our…

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