Entries tagged with “Mind-Body”
Use these peaceful affirmations to find a moment of calm
Here are 15 affirmations to help you in your quest for a slightly slower tempo.
These 20 affirmations can help, no matter what is stressing you out.
Here are eight ways to build your natural ability to use intuition.
Our posture not only shapes the way we feel, it shapes our ability to think
Take a dive into the lucid dream world and explore advice for new dreamers.
Why do some people exposed to cold viruses easily fend off illness? How do monks in a deep state of meditation control their body temperature even in freezing weather? “Mind over m…
"This can make a real difference in our lives."
Drop deep into yourself with malasana: Garland pose
Unlock the fear-avoidance trap to step out of the cycle of suffering. Hypervigilance to pain can trap you in continued chronic pain.
Research shows that adding mind/body techniques to treatment options can increase the odds of conception.
Your head might consider a dilemma logically, the belly intuitively or emotionally, and the pelvic floor will provide information about which scenario feels safer.
If we’re all one interconnected humanity, what’s our common root system? Do we exist in a state of universal oneness?
Pull out your smartphone and get ready to download these healthy tools.
At the Center for Investigating Healthy Minds at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, we have worked for the last few years to find ways to help our veterans returning from Iraq an…
Anthropophonies—soundscapes made by humans—might be making you sick.
One of the benefits of yin yoga, for beginners and returning practitioners, is called interoception.
We all have a head-mind and a body-mind. And though the head-mind can perform amazing feats of convolution and calculation, the body-mind speaks a simple truth. It doesn’t lie ...
An excerpt from In Search of Wisdom: A Monk, A Philosopher, and Psychiatrist on What Matters Most
In the absence of data, we will always make up stories. It’s how we are hardwired. In fact, the need to make up a story, especially when we are hurt, is part of our most primitive survival wiring. But these stories are typically not true.