State of Mind

A Drexel University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania study found that coloring, drawing, and doodling make us feel more relaxed because they activate the prefrontal cortex, which helps control the brain’s reward pathways and contributes to our emotions, decision-making capabilities, and motivation. In this study, the participants were given paper and markers and instructed to doodle in several…

Procrastination

Procrastination can be a way of mobilizing internal panic, but why would anyone want to mobilize internal panic? Panic dumps adrenalin into the system, which can help focus your mind, and ultimately summon you into action. Think of first responders. Unfortunately, this approach places you in the non-thinking part of the mind, which makes it…

Balance

This short excerpt from the I Create What I Believe!(ICWIB) Instructional Guide DVD explains how and why the Reflective Circle, the sixth activity in the ICWIB program, which is endorsed by Dr. Bruce Lipton and based on his research, can help one restore balance in a positive and constructive manner. In a recent interview Dr. Bruce…