Archive for the 'Research' Category

How To Develop Positive Attitude – 6 Steps To a Renewed Attitude

Tuesday, April 15th, 2014

Ever found yourself caught up in a never-ending spiral of negative thoughts and emotions?

I practice meditation regularly and have a good insight and control over my “inner-voice”. Yet, unlike the Buddha I’m still unable to completely banish negative thoughts. Basically, negative thinking is to be expected to a certain degree, especially when you have just had a negative experience.

However, if you’re not careful these negative thought patterns can soon become a way of life! This is a vicious circle in which you can find yourself in a cycle of misery. That’s why it’s important to safeguard your consciousness and strive to maintain a positive attitude. Consider the following tips to help you do just that.

New Meditation Technique Gets Creative Juices Flowing in Minutes

Friday, April 4th, 2014

A group experiment held at the Mind Science Foundation in San Antonio, Texas and directed by Dr. William Braud, Ph.D., has uncovered possible evidence that suggests the subconscious mind can be accessed to influence the body – down to a cellular level.

Dr. Braud’s test subjects were able to slow the death rate of red blood cells by having the group focus on a single intention while meditating in the “Theta” state of consciousness.

The implications of this new study are staggering according to Dr. Braud’s experiments.

Meditation and Thought Power combined with Neuro-LinguisticProgramming, hypnotic “cues” and both Isochronic & Binaural frequencies infused together have led to the development of a complete system called Theta Energetics, inspired by the findings of Dr. Braud’s research.

Emotional Expression: What Can Happen When We Don’t Express Our Emotions?

Wednesday, January 29th, 2014

If one was to stop eating and drinking it wouldn’t be long before they would start to experience problems. And if this went on for too long, they would soon die. But while one is likely to be aware of their physical needs in most cases, what they might not be aware of is what is going on for them emotionally.

Or if they are aware of what is going on, they might end up ignoring it. This relates to how one feels about something or someone. The ideal is for emotions to flow, just like a river. And if one can’t deal with them as and when they arise, like a river that is monetarily blocked, they will process them shortly after.

Human Emotions: Are They Good for Us?

Monday, July 8th, 2013

“I blame my emotions for what has happened to me. My failures are a result of my emotional reactions to many things, including making bad decisions.”

This was my friend’s opening statement when I met him. How should I respond to such a desperate comment? I said, totally inappropriately: “Don’t blame your emotions, blame human evolution.”

“He was shocked! “Is this your answer to my distress?”

“I’m sorry; I just wanted to help you from my point of view. But if you want to give me a chance to clarify myself, maybe you will find meaning in my comment.”

“With great disbelief on his face, he said: “Go ahead. I am┬álistening.”