A short breakdown of Marshall Rosenberg’s Four-Step Approach To Peaceful Communication
Our heart contains the memory of every moment of triumph, defeat, happiness, sorrow, courage and angst we have experienced. –
On a biochemical level, the heart literally tries to protects us from experiencing a situation resembling old trauma or negative experience by shutting down and triggering the fly or fight impulses.
Learn how to heal your heart with meditation (visual guide with instructions included)
The healing properties of meditation and spoken/written affirmations to help you feel more supported and centered in your power to destress and move forward.
Psychologists have researched the benefit of “positive memories” on our brain. By remembering those times from the near past that made us feel at our best and the most happiest we can tap into a “positivity- preservation” mode.
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A negative bias is a term used by psychologists (as Dr. Rick Hanson, in his book Hardwiring Happiness) to describe our human tendency to concentrate on the negative and neglect or minimize the positive.
Learn how to fight negativity and teach your brain to contain the positive more efficiently.