Archive for August, 2013

Illness: Can Trapped Emotions Cause Illness?

Friday, August 30th, 2013

There is very little attention given to emotions and feelings in the western world and the role that these play in whether the body is in a place of balance or imbalance. The typical approach is to look at things in isolation and what happens to the body is then a random occurrence.

And while we all have a body and mind, these are often seen as being separate. They are not seen as working together or influencing each other. Through this perspective, the body can be seen as a ‘machine’ that operates randomly and has no reason for becoming out of balance.


Three Of The Best Self Improvement Tips

Wednesday, August 28th, 2013

Do you constantly look for ways to grow and improve as a person? If you are, then we share the same passions. I love to find ways to grow and improve. Improving yourself is the most ideal way to grow. You will find fulfillment in life as you strive to become a better person. Check out three of the best self improvement tips that I have to offer.

Choosing Your Self Image

Monday, August 26th, 2013

Back in the dark ages, when I was in school, we were given IQ tests, if you scored high on them you were declared a genius, if you scored low you were sent off to a technical school where, hopefully, you would be taught something that would allow you to make money.  As I have grown older, I have to realize that we become successful in life because of the self image that we choose. So, let’s do a Dr. Maltz here and look at a tale of two self images.

Before I start to tell you these stories, I want to let you know that you can hear them for yourselves on the “Zero Resistance Living” CD program that is distributed by the Psycho Cybernetics foundation.  The development of your “self-image” is at the core of psycho cybernetics.

Why Do People Like Control?

Friday, August 23rd, 2013

If you are not in control of a specific situation, you will feel that things are not going your way, you will feel that everything is going to break. An urge builds up inside of us when we aren’t in control that tells us that we have to do this or that and if others do not listen to us, we often storm and get upset and mad because we see that the whole situation is going to be ruined by their rule regardless of their view of the situation. When you are sitting in the passenger seat next to a friend of yours who is driving, you often warn them if there is something in the way careless that warning them might be a distraction. In fact, if you were the one driving, you would hate to be warned that way, yet you still do it.