Peter Maxwell Slattery – Spiritual Fitness and Extraterrestrial Contact
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(Exploring Your Mind) Jujitsu, also known as the martial art of flexibility, can also be applied to your thought life to defend yourself against negative internal dialogue and attack thoughts that are violating your self-esteem and well-being.
(Joe Martino) Poor Mercury retrograde, it gets blamed for so many of the problems that people feel come up during the cycle. But the truth is, what gets triggered in us is no one’s ‘fault’ but our own. Is it better to look outward for why we feel a specific way? Or to perhaps look inwards and explore what may be triggering us within?
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(Suzanne Kane) If you’ve lived a few years, you’ve experienced failure. More than once, most likely, and probably many times. For every success, the backstory usually involves a string of different approaches of varying degrees of promise before arriving at one that worked. While some are cowed by failure and cannot see beyond it, others find ingenious solutions arising from failure. How do you transform failure into success? Here are some thoughts.
(Rebecca C. Mandeville) If you find yourself continuing to act out old patterns and roles that no longer serve you, this is more than likely interfering with your ability to create mutually rewarding, respectful, and reciprocal relationships. Below are my ten strategies for getting in touch with your true self so as to create an integrity-based and emotionally rewarding life.
(Dylan Charles) At the intersection of science and spirituality is the pineal gland, a small ductless gland in the center of the human brain. Hundreds of years ago it was dubbed ‘The Seat of the Soul‘ by French philosopher, mathematician and scientist, René Descartes, who observed that spiritual, visionary or transcendental experiences seemed to be collocated with the physical anatomy of this region of the head.
(Dr. Edward F. Group) Like any part of your body, the brain can become stressed and unwell. It can also stay healthy, sharp, and clear. Your brain is an incredible machine if you think about it. That 3-pound organ contains billions of cells with trillions of connections — creating your thoughts, impulses, memories, and movements. If you nurture your brain for mental clarity, you can keep a clear, active mind. Simple exercises can help. Certain herbs can pep up your brain, as well.
(Margarita Tartakovsky) We tend to view looking on the bright side as silly or stupid. We see it as annoying and inauthentic. We see it as naïve and immature.
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(Justin Deschamps) Motivation is a subject of great study in psychology. Understanding how we motivate ourselves helps us live better lives. The following article discusses a study wherein scientists sought to understand how a specific neurotransmitter (pnVTA) becomes active when a subject stops seeking a reward.
(Exploring Your Mind) Spending time alone is fundamental to find some balance, especially in those times when you feel overloaded. Evidence suggests that it can cause important changes in your brain, thoughts, and emotions.
(Justin Deschamps) In our world, many people suffer. The culture of victimhood asserts your suffering is not your fault; it’s because of the patriarchy, the economic system, biological limitations, karma (original sin), and so on. To be sure, there are many things that make life unnecessarily hard and cruel. But within your mind exists the key to your liberation, as was claimed by mystics and enlightened men and women of the past.
(Susie Pettit) If you’re interested in life advice for self-improvement, you’ll need to learn how to form good habits and how long it takes to break bad ones.
(Paul Harrison) For more than 3000 years mantras (sacred sounds) have been chanted for the purpose of spiritual healing.
(Exploring your Mind) Self-determination is often motivated by interests, curiosity, care, or abiding values, even when such motivations aren’t rewarded or supported at times. However, they can sustain the flame of passion, creativity, and effort.