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A New Test for Dementia: Walking

The Times reports on Tuesday morning on five new studies suggesting that changes in the way an older person walks may be among the earliest indicators of cognitive decline, including Alzheimer’s disease.…

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New Earth Physiology – Activating the Vagus Nerve

WHAT IS THE VAGUS NERVE?

The 10th of the cranial nerves, it is often called the “Nerve of compassion” because when it’s active, it helps create the “warm-fuzzies” that we feel in our chest when we get a hug or are moved by something…

The vagus nerve is a bundle of nerves that originates in the top of the spinal cord.…

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Intelligence Is Overrated: What You Really Need To Succeed

Albert Einstein’s was estimated at 160, Madonna’s is 140, and John F. Kennedy’s was only 119, but as it turns out, your IQ score pales in comparison with your EQ, MQ, and BQ scores when it comes to predicting your success and professional achievement.…

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Just Say Om from Time Magizine

Scientists study it. Doctors recommend it. Millions of Americans–many of whom don’t even own crystals–practice it every day. Why? Because meditation works

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Link to full article at Time.com here…

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Our New Deck of Cards is here: Impeccable! The Integrity Deck

We have a beautiful new deck of cards for sale created by Katie and Leadership and Transformation Program Graduate Kirsten Jones.  The deck is called Impeccable! The Integrity Deck, and each card in it  communicates an effective way to shift into embodied alignment with ourselves again when we drift off-course.  …

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Rhythm of Breathing Affects Memory and Fear

Source: Northwestern University.

Breathing is not just for oxygen; it’s now linked to brain function and behavior.

Northwestern Medicine scientists have discovered for the first time that the rhythm of breathing creates electrical activity in the human brain that enhances emotional judgments and memory recall.…

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Scientists Have Found a Way to Help You Learn New Skills Twice as Fast

By Fiona MacDonald for ScienceAlert.com

The key to learning a new motor skill – such as playing the piano or mastering a new sport – isn’t necessarily how many hours you spend practising, but the way you practise, according to new research.…

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The Psychophysiology of Flow and Your Vagus Nerve from Psychology Today

This Psychology Today blog post is phase eight of a nine-part series called “The Vagus Nerve Survival Guide” which is designed to help you stay even-keeled in a topsy-turvy world. Each of the nine vagal maneuvers I’ve curated for this series can help you hack into the power of your vagus nerve in ways that will reduce stress, anxiety, anger, egocentric bias, and inflammation by activating the “relaxation response” of your parasympathetic nervous system.…

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How Expressing Gratitude Might Change Your Brain

06-grattitude-brain-scan.w536.h357.2xA lot of so-called “positive psychology” can seem a bit flaky, especially if you’re the sort of person disinclined to respond well to an admonition to “look on the bright side.” But positive psychologists have published some interesting findings, and one of the more robust ones is that feeling grateful is very good for you.…

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A Simple Phrase That Can Prevent Arguments and Resentment

Communication“It’s not the events of our lives that shape us, but our beliefs as to what those events mean.” Tony Robbins

I am always making up stories about what others think of me or what they really meant when they made that comment.…

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