Bob Proctor’s daily e-mail newsletters sometimes contain absolute gems. This one I just have to pass on.
Heart Health Specialist Dr. Cynthia Thaik wrote recently about creating life balance. Take particular note of the details in her four bolded bullet points: Build sources of renewable energy; Lower your stress response; Connect with your inner self; and Learn to become present in the moment. What’s covered in those points are basically what Eurythmia’s all about.
Here’s Bob Proctor’s post of Dr Thaik’s article:
The Heart of Health:
In an award winning essay Slow down, you’re just in time Megan Graham ponders the negative effects overuse of communication technology can have on individuals, families and society.
Psychology recognises that at a certain point, emotional and mental overstimulation leads to a sort of detachment and emotional numbness as the brain and central nervous system can only respond to so much.
… Human beings need time to ponder, switch off, unplug and simply breathe. Slowing down doesn’t mean stopping (it is called the slow movement, after all). By all means, take action — but perhaps try taking your time, too.
In this short video, Bob Proctor, author of You Were Born Rich and teacher of “the power of their mind to achieve prosperity, rewarding relationships and spiritual awareness”, tries to enlighten us by pointing out that we have been absorbing paradigms (beliefs) about ourselves since our early childhood, and that our success or lack of success is overwhelmingly determined by these.
And he says we can change our ability to achieve success by shifting those paradigms.
Bob Proctor – Shift Your Paradigm
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