わたしのチイサナココロ is a short documentary following the steps of one woman’s journey along the...
Artist Gao Youjun, who goes by Tango, has created a brilliant set of drawings for your viewing pleasure. If...
This weekend I traveled to Nanaimo, British Columbia to attend the Science & Spirituality Conference. There were hundreds of...
My mind surrounds itself with the frustrations of past or future events, my attention spirals far away from anything happen around me. Logically I know this concentrated effort on fear does not save me, and yet the thoughts seem to emerge with ease so regularly. Is today just another... Read more
Seductively your mind cycles through another struggle in life and reacts with pain and suffering of the mind. We lay trapped in a place of solitude and regret, “Oh no, here it comes again!” You can almost feel yourself slipping off the edge of a mental cliff, falling into... Read more
Researchers now claim that the fight or flight centre of the brain should not to be the focus for anxiety and that the amygdala is just a small reaction in a bigger process. For decades doctors had been prescribing solutions for anxiety that focused on the reactionary amygdala more than... Read more
When thinking about stress, we usually think about headaches, fatigue, and common physical reactions like muscle twitches. As a group we react to the stress responses that are obvious and affect our well-being in the present tense, and rarely monitor the delayed or long term internal stress response and... Read more
I sit shaking, the breath slowly contracts out of my lungs. I open my mouth wide, gasping for what seems to be my last breath. I sit shaking holding my head, the pressure is killing me and I’ve losts any hope of controlling it this time. I look... Read more
Imagine if you will, your favourite sports car. Imagine yourself this beautiful machine through the coastal highway at top speeds, not really acknowledging the speed limit warnings. You have been looking forward to this day for a while, and you begin to dwell on the excitement and destination of... Read more
Many sufferers of anxiety and panic seek non pharmaceutical relief with breathing techniques. This app is FREE and one of the easiest to follow along with. Whether you want to set it for square breathing (4 seconds in, 4 seconds pause, 4 seconds out, 4 seconds pause), or longer... Read more
Start seeking small-scale bricks of change that you can place on your wall each day (alliteration, for 10 points). Don’t look for the instant reward, and seek the little momentum building changes that make all the difference in the long run. Why? you may be asking! Because it comes down... Read more
As you sit reading this post, what thoughts are you or have you been holding on to today? Do you think if these thoughts are of the negative variety (fear, anxiety, depression), do you think there are physical consequences to the thoughts you are holding? If you could look... Read more
Many of seek developing physical strenght, but what really drives that muscle development over time is mindset and vision. Jim Rohn states is best in this video when he says, ” When should you start building a house?, the answer is, as soon as it’s finished”. The idea that... Read more
Physical state, physical state, physical state is what Tony constantly attempts to get learners to adjust to in life. To change your feeling and emotions change your physical state to make a huge impact. Because our body and mind are so connected, in turn connected to our dopamine and... Read more
The internet seems to plague young people to extremes. Judgement and comparisons that just were not in place prior to the rapid fire users of Twitter, Facebook, Smartphones, etc. We can spread information about each other so easily that rumours can spread like wildfire in the matter of minutes,... Read more