(TruthSeekerDaily) In 1930, the New York Times printed an article uncovering certain Chinese government documents. They revealed that herbalist Li Ching-Yuen was born in 1677 and received official congratulations on this 200th birthday in 1877.
When Dr. Kenneth Cooper published his first book, Aerobics, in 1968, people could hardly pronounce it. Convincing those same people that this funny word was a critical component to their overall well-being has entailed a long, difficult journey.
Happiness is so interesting, because we all have different ideas about what it is and how to get it. It’s also no surprise that it’s the No.1 value for Buffer’s culture, if you see our slidedeck about it. So naturally we are obsessed with it.
The author would love to be happier, as I’m sure most people would, so he thought it would be interesting to find some ways to become a happier person that are actually backed up by science. Here are ten of the best ones.
As you listen to the rigorous discussions that occur within these programs, and witness the passion of the participants, you come away with the sense that while the challenges ahead are significant, the need is great, the opportunity is...
(TruthSeekerDaily) The timing of astral disembodiment in which the spirit leaves the body has been captured by Russian scientist Konstantin Korotkov, who photographed a person at the moment of his death with a bioelectrographic camera.
A recent study by Matthew Killingsworth and Daniel Gilbert sampled over 2,000 adults during their day-to-day activities, and found that 47 percent of the time, their minds were not focused on what they were currently doing.
Mind-wandering is like the weight you add to the barbell—you need some “resistance” to the capacity you’re trying to build...
The key is learning to become aware of these mental tendencies and to use them purposefully, rather than letting them take over. - which is where meditation can help with that!!!
The inherent nature of the mind is to wander - use it as an opportunity to become more aware of your own mental experience
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