Archive for October, 2013

Some Ways To Increase Mind Power

Wednesday, October 30th, 2013

Are you looking for ways to increase mind power? The brain is a really powerful tool, and most of the successful people of today have used it in some way to get to where they are today. However, you need to keep using it, otherwise it will weaken. It is just like the muscles in your body. If you do not exercise them, they will weaken.

The first thing you can do to increase mind power is to read widely. The more information you give your brain to process, the more brainwaves it will generate, and that can in turn strengthen the power of your brain. The other added benefit is that you will learn more stuff and feed your brain with more knowledge, which can indirectly strengthen your brain’s cognitive abilities. Reading is a good habit to pick up anyway so why not pick up that habit if it is not one of your habits yet? You will be surprised at how effective reading can be.

Losing Weight First Requires Mental Fitness

Monday, October 28th, 2013

There is an overwhelming of information available to us when it comes to weight loss these days and making sense of it can sometimes be more work than the actual diet you’re looking to start. Starting and sticking to a weight loss plan or diet is not easy and most plans don’t really address what could be one of the primary causes of your weight issues, the negative thoughts going on in the space between your two ears. In other words, before you embark on any weight loss journey, you need to address your mental fitness before your physical fitness.

3 Steps to Manifesting Your Dreams

Friday, October 25th, 2013
In July 2007, I boarded a train heading from London to Nottingham in the UK. It was a two hour journey and I realized I had nothing to read. However, a moment later I recalled having picked up a free magazine while visiting a mind-body-spirit bookstore, which I had stuffed into my bag.
Taking it out, I settled in to read an article written by Barbara Brennen. Half way through, I suddenly heard a voice saying, “You can do this. You can write articles and essays that inspire people.” The voice was so loud I looked around just in case anyone had spoken, though I already knew. This message was ‘an inside job’, delivered from the depths of my own intuitive wisdom.
Without questioning or doubting what I had heard, I chose the only surface I had to write on and began drafting my first article on the back of a paper napkin. At home, after tweaking and typing it up, I sent it to the editor of the magazine I had been reading.
Three days later, I received an e-mail from the editor saying he wanted to use the article in his next edition and hey presto! From that moment on my creative doors were flung wide open and I was forcefully propelled in a direction I could never have consciously foreseen.
Since then in the work that I do, I have been happy to share a simple, yet incredibly powerful  checklist, which can be utilized in order to go after what we are most passionate about.
The list goes like this:
1. Listen.
When you hear a strong inner message, don’t miss the moment and let it slip away. Trust what you are hearing. Write it down; commit it to memory and hang on to it like a lifeline.
2. Act.
Take at least one step toward what you are being directed to do. If the first step is not immediately clear, keep a journal and inquire, “What can I do right now to bring this dream into manifestation?”
3. Share.
Tell those you trust and who are able to safely incubate this intention with you. Ask for support and input. Don’t hesitate to express your wildest, most extravagant dreams.
When we Listen, Act, and Share, we are saying, “YES!” to the flow of the universe, which is dynamic, alive, and charged with immense power.
We are proactively stating,
  • I acknowledge and trust my intuitive wisdom.

How to Increase Your Motivation at Work

Wednesday, October 23rd, 2013

5 top tips for ramping up your work fun and focus

There were once three lazy sons. While their father worked hard on the farm, they lounged, squabbled, ate, and drank. Eventually the father died and left them a will. They were greedily delighted when they saw what it read:

“Buried somewhere on our land is a huge treasure. Dig and you shall find it to share three ways.”

So keen were they to get their hands on the treasure, the overjoyed and now-motivated sons began to dig – the first real effort they’d ever applied.

A year passed. They had dug up an enormous field, but no treasure! They reasoned they might as well plant seeds, now the land was dug anyway.