One of the greatest psychological findings of the last 75 years was that pleasure and pain are processed in the same parts of the brain. So whenever the scales tip to one side, our brains do their best to find balance again, also known as homeostasis. This is why pleasure (Christmas Day!) is usually followed by an emotional hangover (January).
When it comes to creation, there are few things more powerful than the words we speak. Magicians have known this for years, yet the majority of the population fails to recognize the deep-rooted connection between our words and our reality.
We thought that you might like to get a healthy jump on the new year by making your holiday celebrations a little more plant-nutritious but just as delicious!
Life during a pandemic has been so mentally exhausting that I sometimes find it hard to move at all. Yet, when boredom sets in, as it often does, my nervous energy can barely be contained. To modulate these extreme fluctuations, I’ve had to find ways to recalibrate my yoga practice to focus more on regulating my energy levels.
November 15th is National Recycling Day and it’s a perfect time to refine your family’s recycling practices. Are you confused about what can be recycled? Are you looking for ideas of where to recycle those difficult items?