Due to the complexity of the human mind, it has various levels of consciousness: the state of dreaming, conscious-rational and lastly the subconscious level. This last level is one which is incapable of logic or reasoning abilities, and cannot differentiate between what is real and what is ... Views: 394
Death comes to all. It is only a question of when.
Woody Allen said it best: "I'm not afraid of dying. I just don't want to be there when it happens."
There are many people who believe that life never ends, that we live forever or return to live again through reincarnation. And there are those ... Views: 326
Very few today realize the power they could harness if they invested some time in their dreams. I have kept a journal for over 30 years and some startling realizations and practical insights have been given me through my dreams. Dreams give us a 360% viewpoint around a problem, and a deeper, ... Views: 383
Alcoholism is a disease that adversely effects nearly every part of society. Children and adults alike are suffering by the millions from this disease. One survey reported that half of teenagers said they had been given liquor by adult friends or adult family members. Over 100,000 deaths per ... Views: 368
There are many memory games that are gaining popularity, but do they really work? Research has shown that learning new things, doing puzzles and playing games helps the mind stay active. The most effective memory games allow you to improve your memory capacity and practice abstract thinking. ... Views: 3225
If I’ve guess right then your resolutions list probably looks almost exactly the same as last years…and the year before that…and the year before that.
It might say some things like Lose weight, quit smoking, stop procrastinating, exercise more- It’s time to conquer those old destructive habits ... Views: 434
Affirmation: I Trust in The Signs My Angels Give Me
Our daily lives have become very busy and sometimes much disorganized. We are spending more time hurrying up and waiting and feeling like we are going in circles. Well, we aren’t, it just seems that way. Sometimes traffic jams and crashed ... Views: 302
When my husband was diagnosed with esophageal cancer, we were shocked, never even having suspected this illness. He had always been relatively healthy, and then one day he couldn’t eat anymore.
It all began a few months before the diagnosis. He felt an uneasy heaviness in his chest, but he ... Views: 279
My youngest son was eleven when his father died. For the longest time he would cling to me when we were parting company, giving hugs and more hugs. I know this was his way of working through the loss of his father and I knew that eventually this phase would pass. Many times he would talk about ... Views: 285
In the process of mediation, marital therapy, or evaluation, counselors frequently propose various techniques to ameliorate the abuse or bring it under control. Woe betides the party that dares object or turn these "recommendations" down. Thus, an abuse victim who declines to have any further ... Views: 373
Anger may cause troubles to your health. It may increase your blood pressure and sometimes you may feel guilty after hurting the other person. Yet you can control your anger by following some tips. You can calm down yourself by taking deep breathe. You just breathe out thinking that you are ... Views: 333
There have been many rumors and speculations that famous songs actually contain subliminal messages. Subliminal messages used in songs are verbal or aural in natured, and are delivered either very quickly or backwards at such low volumes that the audience is unaware of receiving it. Such charges ... Views: 6603
Your mind is an amazing resource, but as you age you will find that your memory is adversely affected. An excellent way to improve your memory is to recognize each improvement as a succession of small victories to be built upon each other.
Your memory can be divided into 8 ... Views: 270
Peninsula Village wishes to speak about a serious issue that currently faces the adolescent treatment field and to share the Village perspective on that issue. Parents likely have heard that the U.S. House Committee on Education and Labor conducted a hearing in October on “tough ... Views: 297
You CAN Develop a Time Sense
If you're like most people with ADD, you probably have some kind of challenges around time. You may be late for appointments, or can't meet deadlines, or try to get too much done at once. Strategies to overcome these hurdles should ... Views: 434
I know when I started the year out fresh in 2007, I felt incredibly lonely. I had been widowed for over two years, and found that when a spouse dies and you’re no longer part of a couple, it seems to affect the dynamics of previous friendships. Married friends no longer kept in touch in quite ... Views: 254
I became a widow at forty-seven years of age. I'd always thought my husband and I would be together forever, or at least a lot longer than the twenty years we had. In that time frame we had three boys, who at the time of his passing were eleven, eighteen and nineteen years of age. When the ... Views: 338
One day, a little over three months after my husband's cancer diagnosis, was the first time I really thought he was going to die. He lay in bed and he could not get up from being so weak. I was so incredibly frightened. I knew with certainty there was a good chance he was going to die that ... Views: 324
Every year many people find themselves wondering what is a panic attack and whether the symptoms they have experienced can be classified as a panic attack. In the broadest sense, a panic attack involves a feeling of extreme anxiety, fear or emotion from which there is no obvious cause. Feelings ... Views: 336
So, you've been going through life feeling a bit like an underachiever. Even if you are successful, you may feel as if there's something holding you back, something that you just can't get around to take things to the next level. That's one facet of attention deficit disorder (ADD). Here are ... Views: 473
You speak to me clearly!!!
Your light comes from your affliction.
Your destiny and purpose comes from your challenges and afflictions you go through.
Your power comes from affliction.
Revelation and wisdom you needs come from affliction.
Only if you can hold on till the ... Views: 276
Common Trade Names
Mitchella repens, Partridge Berry, Squaw Vine Source
Squaw vine is the dried plant of Mitchella repens Linne, common to the woodlands of the central and eastern United States. The plant blooms in July and is usually harvested late in ... Views: 1480
Because your hypertensive patient has an increased risk of developing renal disease, monitor his laboratory results for the following.
Stage I: Diminished Renal Reserve
* reduced kidney function with no accumulation of metabolic wastes
* mild elevation in blood urea nitrogen (BUN) and ... Views: 373
The human mind is often bombarded with many messages through the various media that we are exposed to. Some of these can be positive, producing improved self-esteem for example, whilst others can be negative, resulting in negative personality traits. Research has shown that these negative traits ... Views: 799
Using the power of the subconscious mind, you will find it easier to influence people, make friends, and solve problems. It all boils down to the way you program your mind to work. Below are 5 ways to help you beat the competition and stay one step ahead.
1) Develop rapport
When you ... Views: 530
There are many ways of classifying the human mind and its ability to retain information. One of the most often used classifications are based on the duration of memory retention, specifically the sensory, short term and long term memory. Short term memory refers to the recent memory, and is ... Views: 1274
There is no unequivocal answer to the question "What is good mental health?" Attempts to define mental health are subjective. Perspective is influenced by innumerable variables: values, beliefs, experiences, culture, occupation, age and gender to name a few.
Defining mental health or wellness is ... Views: 458
The focus surrounding the education of America’s children has changed dramatically in the last 10-15 years. Gone are the days of focusing on our children’s skills, dreams and creative ways of learning. Now children are taught from early elementary school how to score well on standardized ... Views: 365
Did you ever notice how quick we are, as a society, to look for what’s wrong in the daily situations we find ourselves? We have been raised to first look for or plan for the “worst” and that way, if we get anything better we can be “thankful.” Do you really need a reason to be thankful? If ... Views: 394
It must have been about a year ago, I went out for dinner with this gorgeous young man. He had just been promoted to Captain ( Airline) and was very excited and enthusiastic. He asked the crew if they would like to join him for dinner. As is very often the case with us crew, we hate to commit ... Views: 287
Obsessions are persistent but unwanted ideas, thoughts, impulses, or images that cause marked anxiety or distress. The most common obsessions are about contamination or repeated doubts (e.g., whether one has performed some act such as having hurt someone in a traffic accident or having left ... ... Views: 489
Two types of seasonal affective disorder have been identified: winter SAD and summer SAD - winter SAD being far more common. Characteristic is a reduction in mood and/or energy during periods of reduced hours of sunshine and daylight (even during the summer). Common symptoms include ... Two ... Views: 413
"Learning that one's child has bipolar disorder can be traumatic. Diagnosis usually follows months or years of the child's mood instability, school difficulties, and damaged relationships with family and friends. However, diagnosis can and should be a turning point for everyone concerned. Once ... Views: 477
Some patients hear “bipolar disorder” and immediately protest: “Oh, no Doc, I know what bipolar disorder is. That’s mania, right? I’ve never had that.”
However, bipolar disorder can be complex and subtle. Some forms are predominantly depression with only ... Views: 4686
In my previous article called, Living with a Narcissist, I wrote about my desire to provide people with solutions to pathological behavior like narcissism, sociopathic behavior and co-dependency issues. In my research on this subject, I ran across this helpful article from Snow Lions ... Views: 1885
When to 'Just Do It!'
Those of us with Attention Deficit Disorder know that our
ADD brain-wiring doesn't respond to what we 'should' do.
Unless we're really interested in a task, we have a pretty
hard time staying focused on it for any ... Views: 393
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(Personal growth, self help, writing, internet marketing, spiritual, 'spiritual writings' (how 'airey-fairey'), words of ... Views: 2217
1-I will believe in my value and worth as a person.
2- I will take time weekly to learn about the dynamics of abuse.
3- I will tell at least one trusted person about my situation and ask for support.
4- I will become familiar with my local law agencies, and their procedures to help victims.
5- I ... Views: 301
What are Subliminal Messages?
The mind is a highly complex instrument, consisting of different levels of consciousness, namely the conscious and the subconscious. The subconscious mind is incapable of logical thought processes or reasoning, and hence cannot differentiate between what is real ... Views: 362
What is a panic attack? While we all experience panic from time to time, if you have experienced extreme periods of anxiety or panic you may have experienced a panic attack. It is important to keep in mind that anyone can have a panic attack. You do not need to an anxiety or panic disorder to ... Views: 352
From TheTransitionProcessTM Interactive Lecture
HOW TO ATTRACT EMOTIONALLY HEALTHY PEOPLE
The following is a list of The 20 Do's and Don'ts of A Functional Relationship. It has been an effective tool and starting point for individuals and couples who are serious about creating more joy, ... Views: 725
Finally someone has the guts to say what we in the NLP community have been saying all along. Anxiety, shyness, and social phobia are not mental diseases. The new book by Christopher Lane, "Shyness: How Normal Behavior Became A Sickness" exposes the behind the scenes collaboration of the ... Views: 525
As much pain and suffering that highly sensitive people go through because of our worry and anxiety habits, these are traits that have ensured humanity's survival since time immemorial.
What do I mean?
First of all you have to understand that anxiety is a thought process. It is not a mental ... Views: 701
Mother Nature has a way of teaching us valuable lessons…if we’d only look or listen! As a personal coach, I often hear how frustrated clients, friends, and colleagues are about their life experiences. I have one friend in particular whose calls are often (unconsciously, I’m sure), disguised as a ... Views: 349
“Maybe if you found a doctor who’d put him on medication, he would behave better.” How often have you been told that the only effective way to treat attention deficit disorder or attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADD/ADHD) is to medicate your child?
We teach our children to say “No” ... Views: 478
Here are some common worries and questions that people have on clinical hypnotherapy: -
Can I be hypnotized?
Most people can go into a hypnotic trance. The only types of people that cannot be hypnotised are …
1. Those suffering from psychosis or a thought disorder
2. A person with a low ... Views: 359
Every thought you think creates that very reality for you. If you see yourself as lacking and poor then you will be lacking and poor. If your thinking is going after and gaining wealth then wealth is what you will obtain. It's simple to manifest in your life whatever you desire.
Visualize ... Views: 614
Even a complete battery of tests, administered by experienced professionals sometimes fails to identify abusers and their personality disorders. Offenders are uncanny in their ability to deceive their evaluators. They often succeed in transforming therapists and diagnosticians into four types of ... Views: 445
All across the United States, people are looking to regain control through alcohol detox programs. It is fortunate that we live in a country where there are so many public and private agencies looking out for the welfare of society. These programs are known to be very effective when people ... Views: 439