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  ….. how to make the mind matter   STOP. BREATHE. LET GO Stop. Breathe. Let everything go. That approach appears to have been a technique used to help keep 12 boys and their football coach alive for more than two desolate weeks of being trapped in a flooded cave in...

  ….. what are the top ten skills to have?   Top ten skills What is a “disruptive age”? The proliferation of data and acceleration of technological advancement has led to a state described as “disruptive change” with available information increasing by a factor of 2 annually. An average employee...

  ….. the secret is being sociable   Communicate face-to-face The Secret to Living Longer May be Your Social Life The Italian island of Sardinia has more than six times as many centenarians as the mainland and ten times as many as North America. Why? According to psychologist Susan Pinker, it's...

  From Electric to Chemical   Let's Dance Through Life Together With all the tension in the world that can divide us, this video is a reminder that we are all better together.   Mind and Body Communication How we think determines how we act which in turn determines how we feel....

  Bring your future forward Our memories can be passed to future generations! In a blog called The Nature of Nurture and the Nurture of Nature Dr. Brian Dias from Emory University suggested that some biological information is inherited through chemical changes in our DNA. Called genomic imprinting, he infers...

Mind and body connection The positive effects of Mind at a Molecular Level For the past several decades, the world has seen an exponential growth, interest, and curiosity in mind-body interventions such as yoga, meditation, and Tai Chi. After practicing such disciplines, it doesn’t take long for...

  Breathing ‘IN’ affects how we think and feel A new study reports the rhythm of your breathing can influence neural activity that enhances memory recall and emotional judgement. Breathing is not just for oxygen; it’s now linked to brain function and behaviour.  Northwestern Medicine scientists in the United...

  Can we measure our thoughts?   Yes We Can? At the end of almost five years of scientific testing there were over 700+ students in attendance at an event held by Dr Joe Dispenza in California in October 2017 and 82% were first time participants. The group was...