The Secret to Using Your Whole Brain with Dr. Jill Bolte Taylor & Jim Kwik Updated for 2023

Updated: November 19, 2023

The Secret to Using Your Whole Brain with Dr. Jill Bolte Taylor & Jim Kwik


Anxiety Is Best Understood Through the Fight or Flight Response

In my experience as a kinesiologist, and former anxiety sufferer, I regard anxiety as a underlying overcharged fight / flight response caused by past trauma or stress. Kinesiology offers a fascinating means of balancing the emotions associated with the fight / flight state.

The Bad Chapter

We all have bad days. How does your mindset factor in?

Overcome Annoying OCD Habits

This article will try to explain O.C.D., where and how it begins and ways in which it can be minimizes; thus making a person’s life better and more enjoyable.

There Is No Reason To Feel Ashamed If You Have Mental And Emotional Problems

A little while ago I was talking to someone who said that one of their friends had suffered from depression in the past and, along with this, another one of their friends had recently revealed that they were not in a good way. I don’t think it came as a surprise for them to hear about what their first friend had been through, but that wasn’t the case when it came to their other friend.

Three Predominant Emotions and BMR Based on the Ayurvedic Body Type System

Emotions and the digestion system are directly linked is a well known evidenced based statement. According to the ancient science of Ayurveda there is a specific tendency of each body type to have a predicted emotional signature. Folks with a fast metabolic rate are prone to fear as a default emotional response. People who have a strong digestive fire, for example, folks who cannot miss lunch or they can get hot and testy pretty fast have medium BMR. The last digestive type is the person with the slow digestion(slowBMR), not a strong HCL(stomach juices) has weight gain problems, the emotional response is depression. Learn more in this article.

Sharing Problems, Seeking Guidance Make It Easier to Deal With Dual Diagnosis

Dual diagnosis is one of the most complex brain disorders. Usually a combination of psychiatric illness and substance use disorder (SUD), it is comparatively severer and more complex than either of the two disorders as it involves the interplay between two equally complex conditions.

Bring Your Health Back to Life by Breaking the Self-Sabotage Cycle

Having good health is everything. It makes your relationships richer, your work more productive, and all your life easier. So why is it that we either take our good health for granted or watch it decline and do nothing? Bring your health back to life with these five steps.

Perceptions and Our Immune System

We live in a world where our perceptions are constantly being distorted. It is an exploitative world which leads to confusion and chaos. I have written this article in the hope that an individual can look at himself and his own mind to solve the problem.

The Secret to Mind-Body Healing

There are 3 common conditions that sometimes arise concurrently with mind-body illnesses: Depression, PTSD, and autoimmune disorders such as MS, myasthenia gravis, chronic fatigue, fibromyalgia, arthritis, lupus, and the like. Though the etiology may be a little different for each, the root cause, which generally goes undiagnosed, or under-diagnosed, is often one in the same: Untreated childhood trauma. In essence, understanding untreated childhood trauma can go a long way to restoring one’s physical and mental health and wellness.

ADHD – Is It Good or Bad for Athletes?

Many athletes, whether they are aware of it or not, are coping with ADHD. Some have become world-class stars, such as Michael Phelps, Magic Johnson, Jason Kid, Babe Ruth and many others. According to various researchers, some of the people coping with the syndrome are characterized by creativity, flexibility of thought, ability to deal with chaotic situations and multi-tasking abilities. Does this mean that the syndrome is a sporting advantage for those who cope with it? Not exactly.

Ayahuasca and a Flash of Lightning

Recent research on ayahuasca suggests that this plant mixture has the ability to change the levels of certain neurotransmitters such as serotonin and dopamine in our body when ingesting the tea. However, subjective experiences with ayahuasca can vary so greatly that the question arises: why are people’s ayahuasca experiences so different and what significance (if any) does this difference have in our lives?

Loneliness – The Haunting of the Aging

Loneliness is a major issue for the aging population, especially as family and friends move away and or die. One tends to become isolated during bouts of loneliness. Loneliness can be defeated.

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