Neurons that fire together wire together. So the more we practice having thoughts or beliefs that benefit our well-being, the more naturally those thoughts and beliefs will play themselves out in our everyday life.
Affirmations are one way to develop new beliefs that can eventually become second-nature. Every morning or evening we can repeat these affirmations with a clear and focused mind, and with practice these beliefs can take hold inside our brains.
One caveat, however, is to make sure that the affirmations you repeat to yourself are congruent with reality, and aligned with your core values. I’ve seen many people come up with delusional affirmations and then attempt to ingrain them into their minds. Even when they do succeed, those beliefs can be detrimental...
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Scientists have found a new way of killing Pseudomonas aeruginosa, an opportunistic species that thrives wherever humans are weak. It commonly infects hospital patients whose immune systems have taken a hit. It targets any tissue it can get a foothold on – lungs, bladders, guts – and it often causes fatal infections. To seek and destroy this threat, researchers used the common lab bacterium Escherichia coli as a sacrificial pawn.
Seth Simonds of Lifehack.org writes some incredible Posts on life changing. I share them here with you mixed with some of my own advice.
1. Make a list of things you’re grateful for This one is so simple! If you’re having a rotten day, grab a piece of paper and start listing things you’d be grateful for if you were in a grateful mood. As expected, you’ll soon find that the growing list of things to be grateful for in your life dwarfs whatever is ruining your day and you can move on with your life. Chris Voss Advice: There are some great iPhone Apps to keep and record things your grateful for – check them out. When your not busy you can contemplate them anywhere...
The London Paralympic Games begins on Wednesday and F1 fans should keep an eye open for the adventures of Alex Zanardi. The 45-year-old Italian first broke into Formula 1 with the 7Up Jordan team at the end of 1991, ...
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He's...one...bad...KITTY! Brilliant voiceover work by Antonio Banderas on this "'No Pants' pants"ad." LOVE him as this character! Clearly this one is intended to appeal to the parents, as much as the kids; much like the original "Shrek."
Lineboil: "The latest teaser from the upcoming DreamWorks Animation feature "Puss In Boots," which has spun out of the Shrek series."
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