The brain hasn't been unimportant, but it has risen to new heights in an age where neuroscience and genetics are focused on it.
In this video, I explain how to safely and correctly change to a healthier diet.
What happens in your brain when you fall in love?
Cancer is the most dreaded of all diseases, since a war on cancer was declared 40 years ago, massive research has made progress.
Realize that there is no such thing as a missed opportunity. "I should have done that" and "If only I had said that" bring to mind all our failures, big and small.
Resentment wastes energy, yet it lingers seductively because it always comes with a ready-made target. The alternative is to look...Read More
Having made a space for trusting yourself, now you need someone else to trust. Healing is not a matter of solitary work.
Don't automatically put your best friend, spouse, or big sister at the top of your list. Be objective about who is emotionally available and who isn't. Look for someone who is tolerant...Read More
There is another crucial element to releasing fear. I have observed that we are all willing to release our most intimate and hidden fears when we feel trust. Trust means that you are offered the promise of safety and can accept it. Both parts are necessary -- there has to be the offer of emotional...Read More
First you must trust yourself so you are not blocked from your own release. We all feel inhibited. It is embarrassing to cry out in anguish. Look inside and ask yourself if you hold any of the following beliefs.
- I've been hurting so long that it's too late to change.
In your own life there is a stream of joy that is elemental and unshakable.
My fancy was caught by an episode in the adventures of Carlos Castaneda when his master Don Juan sends him to a witch who has the ability to adopt the perception of any creature. The witch allows Castaneda to feel exactly...Read More
The answer is freedom, yet in a most peculiar way: You must free yourself from decisions. The voice in your head will die down once you stop making choices.
A samskara -- a groove in the mind that makes thoughts flow in the same direction and thus robs one of free choice -- is a choice you remember...Read More
Sharecare News posted a story about Gerontology:
WEDNESDAY, Dec. 24, 2014 (HealthDay News) -- Researchers could be closing in on a "fountain of youth" drug that can delay the effects of aging and improve the health of older adults, a new study suggests.
Seniors received a significant boost to their immune systems when given a drug that ...Full Article
In the Vedic tradition, each person can choose four paths that arise from feeling, thinking, acting, and being. Each path is called a Yoga, the Sanskrit word for "union," because unity -- merging with one reality -- was the goal. Over the ages, the four Yogas have come to define specific paths that...Read More
Solving the mystery of life requires only one commandment: live like a cell. But we don't, and the reason is not hard to find. We have our own way of doing things. Our cells are fueled by the same oxygen and glucose that fueled amoebas two billion years ago, but we are attracted by high-fat, sugary,...Read More
Samskaras -- the grooves in the mind that make thoughts flow in the same direction and thus rob one of free choice -- are not silent. These deep impressions in the mind have a voice; we hear their repeated messages as words in our heads. Is it possible to figure out which voices are true and which are...Read More
Sharecare News posted a story about Age Management Medicine:
MONDAY, Dec. 15, 2014 (HealthDay News) -- Folks who feel "young at heart" may be more likely to live to a ripe old age, a new British study suggests.
Seniors who said they felt three or more years younger than their actual age experienced a lower death rate over the course of eight years ...Full Article
Any experience that brings you into contact with the silent level of awareness can be called meditation. You may have spontaneously hit upon a routine that allows you to experience a deep settling in your mind. If you haven't yet, then you might adopt one of the more formal meditation practices that appear in every...Read More
A true seeker does not chase the impossible goals. If you can avoid the pitfalls of spiritual materialism, you will be much less tempted to chase after an impossible goal. The chase began because people came to believe that God, disapproving of what he sees in us, expects us to adopt a certain ideal. It seems...Read More
Most people are firmly entrenched an operating system of duality. They live according to the assumption that they are separate, isolated individuals in a random cosmos where what happens "in here" is not reflected "out there."
Unity is totally different from duality, but you don't have to wait for...Read More
The cortex assembles the mass of raw data (continuous signals about body's state of chemical balance, temperature, and oxygen consumption, along with a crackling stream of nerve impulses) into complex arrangements of electrical and chemical blips. The cortex doesn't inform us about this never-ending...Read More