If you are feeling the winter blues why not try a little escape with a free “virtual” holiday and find your happy place. Escape is key to our mental self-care, and it can be good to seek a happy escape when things are blue – that feeling of “I just need to get away”.
Depression is a real illness with real symptoms – it hijacks the mind and body, and it can affect individuals in many different ways, physically and emotionally.
By changing your beliefs, you influence the sequence of thoughts, emotions, and behaviours that lead to your desired future on a physical level.
Use your brain’s powerful abilities to wish your ideas into existence. Priming your brain with the right ideas is essential to getting yourself to where you want to be.
When it comes to setting goals, your goals should be meaningful. Think about goals that not only increase your well-being but also bring you joy.
Have you ever stopped to wonder whether you’re on the right career path?
About 25% of adults are afraid of needles and around 7% of adults avoid immunisations because of their fear. Children can be especially afraid of needles.
In this article, we’re going to give you some insight into hypnosis, hypnotherapy, and how you can use them for your own greater good.
As human beings, we feel the need to be accepted by other people, and this is why social phobia is quite common. It can create problems in circumstances that many of us take for granted like being at the checkout in a supermarket or even socialising with a group of friends. Social anxiety may cause countless problems within marriages, job and a person’s general way of life. Social anxiety manifests itself in various ways including talking when in front of people, reading out loud or writing whilst being observed, lining up in banks and any scenario where they are the centre of attention.
How our mind works has always fascinated me. The more I learn, the more I am in awe of incredible our brains truly are.