(Earl Garcia) Lack of sleep may do more than induce a “spaced out” feeling as recent research published in the Journal of Behavior Therapy and Experimental Psychiatry found that sleep deprivation may lead to the persistence of repetitive negative thoughts. Researchers at the State University of New York at Binghamtonexplained that repetitive negative thinking occurs when a person focuses on distressing and unhelpful thoughts and stimuli, which in turn may result in a decreased quality of life and the onset of mental health problems associated with depression and anxiety.
(Rhonda Johansson) Across all the literature and studies on the potential link between mental health and one’s diet, experts agree that cutting down on inflammatory foods is a sure-fire way to feel better. The effects can be likened to the domino effect; with healthier food improving physical function, which in turn boosts mental health. Unsurprisingly, this strengthened mental capacity encourages people to be more physically fit, thus completing the cycle for better overall health.
(Carol Anderson) It’s great that more people are becoming aware of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and how it affects those who were diagnosed with it. Recently, an addition to the list of PTSD effects has been added by researchers – one that is a bit more alarming than the others.
(Jessica Dolores) The saying that hope springs eternal is a paean to positive thinking. The idea that things will work out well, no matter how gloomy everything seems to be, has made champions out of losers; billionaires out of college dropouts.
(Christy Bonner) “You alone are enough. You have nothing to prove to anybody.” ~Maya Angelou
The Power of True Strength in Emotion — Keys to An Enlightened Planet
Strength is not the suppression of powerful and intense emotions, the hiding of tears or the masking of feelings.
(Jack Adam Webber) A rich inner life requires us to be energetically empty inside. By this I mean that we have cleared our heart of enough pain to blossom inwardly. This way we aren’t hauling around significant emotional baggage from unmet childhood needs and unreckoned repeats of these traumas into adulthood. Source – Collective Evolution […]
(Markab Algedi) What is any person’s natural defense to surveillance, and the feelings of being robbed of privacy and sanctity that accompany it? Silence, and taking measures to protect privacy.
Sterling shares a very informative yet engaging look at how the world of the X-Men might be disclosing information linked to our true evolution into spiritual superhumans. https://youtu.be/WM0HViJi6q0 _________________________ Stillness in the Storm Editor’s note: Did you find a spelling error or grammar mistake? Do you think this article needs a correction or update? Or […]
(Simon Vorster and Jennifer Langstone)This is a time when many great energetic cycles are coming to an end. As our deepest truths began to play out in living fullness, the energy patterns of the last lunar cycle invited us to reflect on the big picture of our lives and our direction — to contemplate inwardly what we […]
Related: What is Sovereignty? Why is it Important? How do You Earn it? | Debunking False Sovereignty https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KAB8W7tur18&feature=youtu.be _________________________ Stillness in the Storm Editor’s note: Did you find a spelling error or grammar mistake? Do you think this article needs a correction or update? Or do you just have some feedback? Send us an email at […]
(Arjun Walia) “This study showed conclusively that heart coherence could affect saliva and increase crystal structure and order. We know from 20 years of research at HeartMath that heart coherence has many positive health benefits, including helping to reduce stress and improve cognitive function.” – HeartMath Institute Related: Thoughts Affect Reality | Dr. Masaru Emoto’s Scientific Experiments […]
(Mark Denicola) We all have things that we can complain about in life. Whether it’s the amount of traffic we need to sit in every day on our way to and from work, our in-laws’ remarkable ability to push our buttons in every situation, or our income’s refusal to meet the rising cost of living, there […]
(Sofia Adamson) The world is hardening as people grip ever tighter to their opinions and beliefs, entrenching themselves ever more deeply into their biases and echo chambers. Battle lines are being drawn and the rhetoric is heating up. Talk of civil war is being tossed around, as though there is no possible way to unite and […]
(Anika Knüppel) But we still don’t know why. The thought of a cupcake, skillfully frosted with fluffy vanilla icing, may put a smile on your face, but research suggests that, in the long term, a sweet tooth may turn that smile into a frown – but not for the reasons you think. Related: Sugar and the Insane World […]