“It took losing my mind to care about my mind.” – Ben Utecht
David Packman takes a look at the vicious circle of anxiety and chronic illness
The brain is a weapon; poisoned and filled with fear. We need to diffuse the conflict in our own heads and just start there.
The truth? What we believe to be the truth changes over time…
This week we talk about winning and losing and the lessons learned from competing, while interviewing John Salley.
What story are you co-creating with your loved one? Kyle Benson shows us how we distort reality with our thoughts.
20 thoughts on love that will change your perspective.
It’s important to remember the symptoms of a panic attack are “just” caused by anxiety and are not life-threatening.
Allow yourself to heal, grieve, emote, release, and even cry. You cannot heal the wound you do not acknowledge.
Books offer a great escape. Add these 5 to your reading list to escape AND open your mind.
Soccer is now helping Chris Forte with his spiritual fitness lifestyle: a commitment to grow and train the mind, and here’s how.
The inside of your head is where all of your thoughts, functions, and feelings come from. This vintage infographic shows where all of the important jobs of our brain are located within our heads.
Why is it that we can change our minds in an instant, but it takes a lifetime to change our habits?
“A clear conscience is often the sign of a bad memory.” – Unknown
Steven Lake gives us some tips on how to chill during the holiday rush – without booze or drugs!
A little exercise that will make a big difference in your life.