Do you want to be more successful or feel more valuable? Try this simple practice to control dopamine triggers in the brain and feel better now.
Sometimes it's difficult to figure out which way to go. During these times, it's always better to tap into new, innovative information than it is to rummage around in our brain trying to do the things we've tried a million times to finally get that different result.
This guided meditation has several opportunities to pause and reflect as it helps you gently release the hopes and fears of your past. As you do, it reveals an opportunity for a whole new you.
This week, our focus has been on memories. Because of the way the brain stores information, memories can be a tremendous tool. They can also be a devastating limitation. This guided meditation tool is two-part. In this first part, we connect with our memories, not to examine or explore them, but to simply observe them. Next week, we'll move into an opportunity to do more than analysis ever could.
People with an enlarged amygdala suffer serious conditions. From high anxiety to reactive behavior and a host of physical illness, overactive fight-or-flight triggers create significant suffering. Still, this doesn't mean they must suffer forever.
There is a lot of pain in the world right now, but there is more possibility. Every day, we are faced with challenges, but when we develop the ability to transform challenges into possibilities, we can live life in a whole new way. Learn how to use mediation, not to just quiet the mind, but to transform it.
Traditional dream analysis is good for self-evaluation, but if you want to gain everything you can from your dreams, it's better to use them the way nature intended. In this video, I review the reasons we dream. I also review the best way to use our dreams to improve our lives. Discover the full potential of who you can be when you understand the nature of dreams.
Meditation is supposed to be hard but not in the way we think. It is easy to silence the mind and even expand the thinking when approached in the right way, but advanced meditation practices are meant to challenge our brains. It is only through challenging the brain that we improve the brain. In this video, I will be reviewing both how to make meditation easy and when it should be hard.
In light of recent events, I have decided to postpone our conversation about the amygdala and talk about implicit emotion. In honor of the #blacklivesmatter movement, tonight I will talk about anger, hate, and prejudice. Education is power and understanding why hate occurs is the best way to eliminate it. All proceeds collected from this presentation should go directly to the #BlackLivesMatter movement.
One of the greatest opportunities in life is that things don't always go our way. How do we turn disappointments into our greatest advantage? What makes good of all things in our life? Inspiration. Join us for this 20-minute medication practice and turn life's lemons into the most amazing lemonade.