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Identity

No Self: How Identities are Created

What makes up the “I” in you? You may define yourself as many things: a mother, a father, a sibling, a friend, a lover, etc. You are not your identity. However, it helps to know how your identity was created. Modern psychologists and ancient teachings align on...

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How to Recognize Implanted Thoughts

When a thought enters our perception, no matter what its source is, it becomes our thought. We allow it in our psyche and it starts creating patterns accordingly. Sometimes, we implant thoughts in ourselves when we want to force us to believe something that could potentially...

7 Important Neurotransmitters Released During Meditation

The incredible implications of a meditation habit have been widely documented, but sometimes it brings the point home to look at the actual brain chemicals (neurotransmitters) that are affected when we sit in quiet contemplation and raise our consciousness. There are seven important neurotransmitters that change...

Are Food Choices Causing Your Monkey Mind?

Do you have difficulty experiencing a calm, fully-present experience of life? When you try to meditate or stay in the moment, do you feel as if you are constantly pulled into the future, or do traumatic events from the past flood your brain? While this...

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Emotions and Their Effect in the Physical Body

Emotions can affect our health in many ways, not only the accumulated emotions, but also the active ones. The ones that are triggered every time that we encounter certain pre-programmed circumstances.⠀ ⠀ In addition to that, we also have emotional programming that we have inherited through cellular...

How Do You Heal Trauma? Radical Acceptance

  Toxic shame, and other resulting emotional coping mechanisms from deep childhood trauma often has people feeling that they can’t face the pain they experienced when they were young, innocent human beings. Traumatic abuse – whether its sexual, physical, or emotional abuse – causes lasting changes...

3 Ways to Talk to the Subconscious Mind for More Effective Change

According to the famous psychologist, Carl Jung, the ego represents the unconscious mind, which works together with the superconscious mind and the conscious mind to control your daily actions, thoughts, and responses. The subconscious mind (or unconscious as Jung called it) is responsible for holding all...