Weight loss tips
Losing weight is one of the hardest things to do. Often once you get there, you fall back into your old habits and you gain weight faster than what you lost it. It really does not have to be so difficult. If you are prepared to work at it and keep the discipline afterwards, you will achieve the desired results and keep them. It is a complete lifestyle change you need to adopt. No one is saying you need to starve yourself either, but you need to be willing to make the change. You need to exercise moderately and ensure your body is in shape. If you are willing to do this, then these tips are for you.
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Binaural beats meditation takes your brain almost instantly to a meditative state which would otherwise take years of practice to reach.
It’s as simple as putting on your headphones, pressing play on your MP3 player and letting the binaural beats work their magic.
On their own, binaural beats are not pleasant to listen to – a tone is played into one ear and a slightly different tone into the other. A bit like listening a a keyboard being constantly clicked.
This means that almost all binaural beats meditation programs disguise the tones with either music or natural sounds (often rainfall).
Because the process is so powerful, most binaural beats meditation programs have a number of tracks that take you into a progressively deeper meditative state. You play each track for a set number of days before moving on to the next, deeper, level.
How many times has it happened to you that your chores and things you have to do stack up so much that you reach the morning working or you catch just a few hours of sleep trying to finish everything in time? The first time it is stressful, and every next time you are getting better at it. You arm yourself with a coffee, energy drinks, cigars and you are ready to work the whole night, if needed. Still, have you asked yourself what consequences are the outcome of this way of life?
Everybody is pointing out that the lack of sleep can have terrible effects on our physical health – fatigue, lessened productivity, bad concentration, increased appetite, etc. But, the consequences of the lack of sleep can affect our mental health a lot too, and they can be very serious and concerning. Continue reading
Staying sober requires that we develop skills that further long-term abstinence. While there are many ways to achieve recovery, I would like to discuss Mindfulness as a tool that has been valuable to me and a host of clients I’ve worked with over the last 29 years.
Mindfulness is a concept that talks about the practice of focusing your attention and awareness based on the concept of mindfulness in Buddhist meditation. It has been popularized by Jon Kabat-Zinn. Mindfulness continues to be taught independently of religion.
My sense is that while Mindfulness is a relatively new approach to addiction recovery I have found this concept to have merit. It’s very likely that you’ll find this approach does not conflict with your current program of recovery. Continue reading
Never give up goes the traditional self help mantra. That and all the other self help cliches that never really do anything for us. You learn lessons from life through actual experiences and not quotations from the book. Let me share with you my experience of never giving up and what it has done for me.
As a part of my work as a children’s entertainer it is beneficial for me to know how to make balloon animals. I have been doing magic shows for a few months and finally decided one night to have a go at balloon twisting with a packet of balloons and relevant step-by-step instructional book. Continue reading
Insomnia is a sleep disorder whereby you can’t fall into a sleep or stay asleep for long. It is often defined as a positive response to either of the two questions that are “do you have difficulty in staying or falling into sleep?” or “Do you have difficulties in sleeping?”
It is a symptom and medical sign that is accompanied by several sleep, psychiatric and medical disorders and is characterized by persistent difficulty in falling into or staying asleep.
“The Light” is not a story, a theory or a new meditation philosophy. It is a healing, spiritual mantra, an explanation of the source of man’s existence and relevance. The source is light and this light is the quintessence of all existence.
We are all basically enlightened, only waiting to be awakened. This beautiful exploration helps us discover the truth within. Finding that truth is the key to becoming a witness to one’s own being and brings with it an understanding of how we create our own reality and suffering. Ultimate healing can come from the clarity that understanding this message brings.
The text can help you unveil your inner light and lead you to deep self-realization and an illumination of your consciousness. Simply reading these truths can set you on the healing path to your natural destination of merging with the source.
There are a lot of thoughts and beliefs around manifesting and every individual has his or her own thoughts. It is all about the mind set and how positive or determinant the individual is in his or her life. It is just like if someone constantly keeps saying that he is poor then he will be at some point.
If someone keeps saying he is financially satisfied, he will be. This that positive mindset that drive mankind and it is important to be in that positive frame of mind. The main step towards manifesting abundance exercises is to create own realty and set own goals. It is important to set own goals and decide upon what we are looking for in life.
You have probably been hearing the word “The Secret” all over- the Oprah Winfrey show, from your neighbor, friends or relatives.
Well, you may have watched or listened to the CD or DVD and have been striving to live by the principles of ‘positive thinking’, as well as ‘the law of attraction’ brought to the fore by renowned author Louise Hay.
Before you throw in the towel, thinking your efforts have borne no fruits, here are some law of attraction manifestation signs: