Tag Archives: behaviour

3 Reasons you should try hypnotherapy

There are myriad forms of therapy to choose from, whether it’s mainstream or of the alternative variety. Whatever area of your life it is that might be in need of a boost, the sheer volume of choice alone can be … Continue reading

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TED Talks with Dr Joe Dispenza

“Mind is the brain in action, the brain at work…thoughts and self suggestion can trigger stress…meta-cognition: self observation…new brain circuits…intention…” watch the 17 minute long film below to find out more about the science of changing your brain. The repetition … Continue reading

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10 inspiring minutes of film about life

Published on Youtube on Nov 15, 2013 A short film by Matan Rochlitz & Ivo Gormley Pounding the tarmac through the seasons, a band of runners are brazenly challenged with intimate questions as they pace their routes. Liberated from responsibilities, … Continue reading

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How Oxytocin Acts on Brain Cells to Prompt Social Behaviors

Neuroscientists at NYU Langone Medical Center have discovered how the powerful brain hormone oxytocin acts on individual brain cells to prompt specific social behaviors — findings that could lead to a better understanding of how oxytocin and other hormones could … Continue reading

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How to increase your willpower

Two varieties of human emerge from the pages of The Marshmallow Test, a new book by the esteemed psychologist professor Walter Mischel. The first kind is optimistic, hopeful for the future. They’re more likely to be successful in school, work … Continue reading

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7 Steps to develop awareness of your feelings and thoughts

“Your thoughts are an inner dialogue. You have an average of about six thousand thoughts a day, most of which you habitually repeat to yourself. In many cases, you learned to think these thoughts from experiences with your primary caregivers … Continue reading

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Relationship Problems

“It is common for most of us at one point or another to have experienced difficulties or challenges in our personal relationships whether it is with your spouse, or partner. However when such problems become entrenched or habitual then people … Continue reading

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