Unifying vs. Polarizing

In this fun video, Dr. Bruce Lipton reminds us that the perceived illusion of separation (light vs. dark, Jedi vs. Sith, us vs. them) is essentially the cause of all the world’s conflict. Bruce go on to share how “…supporting duality is the very nature of our own brain—we have two hemispheres, the left and…

Inner Quiet

I grew-up in generation when children were taught to be seen and not heard. At a very early age I learned to bite my tongue, and not correct, contradict or challenge anyone even if it meant I didn’t get what I needed. As a result I became silent. In the silence I lost touch of…

Learning to Self-Regulate

Research shows the earlier in life children learn how to self-regulate and develop healthy social emotional skills, the greater their chances of academic success and developing/maintaining healthy relationships. “Teaching students self-regulation and social emotional skills… starting in preschool… leads to behaviors that give kids a greater chance for success, such as being able to stay…

Reprogram Your Mind

In this short and very informative video Dr. Bruce Lipton explains that our life is an expression of our programs, because 95% of our life comes from our subconscious. He goes on to explain what would happen if our subconscious programs matched the wishes and desires of our conscious mind and how we can create…

The Fun Theory

If stairs played musical notes when you walked on them, would you be more likely to take them? Volkswagen launched a popular campaign called “The Fun Theory” which is “dedicated to the thought that something as simple as fun is the easiest way to change people’s behavior for the better.” It turns out that 66%…

Winter

Winter is a time when all of nature goes inward. It really isn’t the time to be running around trying to find the perfect present. Instead, it is the time to remember how to be still, listen deeply, and be present. When I lived in snow country, I was often forced to surrender to winter.…

Increase Learning

Research has shown that in addition to trauma, another common classroom disrupter and hindering factor in the learning process is boredom. According to Professor Jackie Andrade of the School of Psychology, University of Plymouth, “If someone is doing a boring task, they may start to daydream. Daydreaming distracts them from the task, resulting in poorer…

What We Believe

In this short video, Dr. Bruce Lipton talks about how the function of the mind is to create coherence between what we believe and the reality that we experience. He then goes on to show us the different ways that dis-ease can be created. About 2500 years ago, the Buddhists said that “what we think…