Mind

What is Mind-Body Connection and Why it is Important?

Darryl Bachmeier Dec 4, 2020 Mind

The science behind mind-body connections is broad to cover all interrelationships between our cognitive (thoughts, attitudes, and behaviors) and bodily functions. Our host of emotions are said to be the consequence of the rise and fall of hormone levels. On the other hand, if we are in a stressful situation, it triggers our bodies to respond to specific actions like startling, palpitating, or running for safety. When the balance falls off as the result of too much stimulus on one end of these mind-body connections, we develop certain diseases. These could manifest either mentally, emotionally, or physically in us. As scientists begin to make more discoveries, the more they are convinced that the key to healing is already in us all along - balancing our mind-body connections. Getting yourself in tune with your mind and body unlocks many wonderful benefits for your holistic development. When you understand how one affects...

Harness the Power of Your Mind

Darryl Bachmeier Oct 4, 2020 Mind

It all starts in the mind. Everything is first conceived in your thoughts. And you might not realize that you unconsciously influence your actions with it. At one point, even those around you also either have the same effect on you or they affect you in the same level. And as you slowly build your focus on something, it creates invisible energy that attracts relevant thoughts, situations, and people. Before you know it, you’ve breathed it into life. Whether it is something positive or negative is entirely up to you. Positive: Law of Attraction Many people believe in the law of attraction. You already have this vision of the things that will happen exactly the way you want them to be. It is putting your mind into that place of success and then eventually achieving it sooner. By constantly declaring this vision into your life, you eventually attract it. For...

Lifelong Learning - Learning Beyond School

Darryl Bachmeier Jul 15, 2020 Mind

Schooling goes beyond attending high school, college, and university. Nothing is wrong with it, though, but when we continue living with those things we have learned from these formal education systems, it becomes a problem. Life itself is a school, and every stage has its lessons; it is a pity that some people had either stopped learning about life or have refused to heed to her lessons. Many people have different understandings of the term “lifelong learning,” but no matter how you view it, the point is that you are going to end up a better person. In this article, you are going to be talking from both sides of the term “lifelong lesson.” The point remains that, no matter how committed we are in formal education, always remember that the school of life has the best lessons. But don’t get it wrong, formal education is as important as the...

The Fine Line Between Genius and Madness

Darryl Bachmeier Jul 11, 2020 Mind

From Einstein to Vincent Van Gogh, throughout history, many iconic names exemplify both genius and insanity. There is no doubting the grandeur of their accomplishments. However, many of their behavioral traits lead us to wonder whether there is a fine line between genius and madness. Let us dive deeper into the discussion. Crazy is merely a label that our society uses to cover-up psychological traits that they don’t understand. This ignorance often goes unaddressed. However, many studies have been conducted to figure out the intricate connection between genius and madness. Some scientists have even gone so far as to find genetic links between genius and madness. The thing is that we have grown up with a certain societal and cultural set of rules that decide what’s normal and what’s disorderly. Anyone who goes off-track from the defined structure of society is labeled as crazy. But are they really? What Makes...

Inner Voices - What do They Mean?

Darryl Bachmeier Jul 9, 2020 Mind

Just after locking your doors home for the weekend hangout, how many of you thought, “did I turn off the stove?” Or “did I forget something?” Or that tingling feeling when you were going for a job interview or sitting for a test and asked yourself, “am I forgetting something?” Yes, some people regularly do this. Such inner conversation makes their life more comfortable. Some physiological experts may even argue that those who have become accustomed to such talking’s cannot even function properly without it. For others, it’s utter nonsense. They think those who engage in such inner monologue are nuts. To them, the idea of conversing with themselves is absurd. Some use these voices in their heads, imagine situations, images, and a combination of these as reference points to lead their lives. If you are one of those who experience these inner voices, this article will articulate these experiences...

Dealing with Uncertainty

Darryl Bachmeier Jul 1, 2020 Mind

Are you afraid that you will become diseased if you use the public restroom? Are you worried that you will lose your money in the market? Are you worried that your plane might crash? Are you afraid that you will be attacked by a terrorist if you go to America? Do you talk every night that your partner may leave you? What does each of these concerns and rumors have in common? This is uncertain intolerance. In each case, you have to consider the possibility of these things happening. What is the probability of being killed by a terrorist? Almost zero. What is the probability of the plane crashing? Almost zero. On the other hand, will you lose your money in the market? Almost zero. From an evolutionary perspective, humans are structured to anticipate danger, to be prepared for it, and to fight against it. In today’s world, there are...

Self-Discipline

Darryl Bachmeier Jul 1, 2020 Mind

Many qualities can contribute to your happiness and general success. But, self-discipline is the most crucial, and it can decide your long-term success and sustainability. It is the first trait that you require to lead a happy and healthy lifestyle. It is vital for relationships, work ethic, fitness, and even your diet. Research indicates that people with self-discipline can lead a happier life than those who lack it. The explanation for this report is that people with self-discipline can deal with goal conflicts better. They avoid indulging in activities that can affect them negatively and make positive decisions quickly. People with self-discipline do not make decisions based on their feelings or impulses. Instead, they can make rational and informed decisions daily without feeling upset or stressed. Generally, self-discipline describes a learned behavior that develops out of repetition and practice. This post discusses five crucial aspects that you must take control...

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