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» "A Better You" Your 7 days program to self-improvement

Relationship Luck I seem to lost count on how many times I've read and heard of celebrity marriages failing almost left and right. Not that I care (and personally I don't), it seems strange that we often see movie and TV stars as flawless people, living the fairytale life of riches and glamour. I suppose we all have to stop sticking our heads in the clouds and face reality.

There are many ways to lose your sense of self-esteem despite of how trivial it could get. But whatever happens, we should all try not to lose our own sense of self.

So what does it take to be a cut above the rest? Here are some of the things you can think and improve on that should be enough for a week.

1. Know your purpose
Are you wandering through life with little direction - hoping that you'll find happiness, health and prosperity? Identify your life purpose or mission statement and you will have your own unique compass that will lead you to your truth north every time.

This may seem tricky at first when you see yourself to be in a tight or even dead end. But there's always that little loophole to turn things around and you can make a big difference to yourself.

» "Have One Week, Will Relax" Your 7 days program to Stress management

Stree ManagementThey say there's more than one way to skin a cat. The same goes when you start tearing your hair out with all the frustration, grief, anxiety, and yes, stress. It's a state of mental conditioning that is like taking that bitter pill down your throat, causing you to lose your sense of self, and worse your sanity. Just thinking about it can drive anyone off the edge.

And they say that the proactive ones are already living off the edge.

As one stressed-out person to another, I know how it feels, and believe me there are many variants when it comes to stress. Coping with life, and carrying the problems that may or may not belong to you can scratch away the little joy and happiness that you can carry once you head out that door. You can't blame them for being like that; they have their own reasons, so much like we have our reasons to allow stress to weigh us down. They say that stress is all in the mind, well, what's bugging you anyway?

There are several ways to manage stress, and eventually remove it out of your life one of these days. So I'll try to divide it into a seven-day course for you and I promise it's not going to be too taxing on the body, as well as on the mind.

» Life Mapping: A Vision of Success

Life Mapping: A Vision of SuccessSuccess is more than economic gains, titles, and degrees. Planning for success is about mapping out all the aspects of your life. Similar to a map, you need to define the following details: origin, destination, vehicle, backpack, landmarks, and route

Origin:  Who you are
A map has a starting point. Your origin is who you are right now. Most people when asked to introduce themselves would say, “Hi, I’m Jean and I am a 17-year old, senior highschool student.” It does not tell you about who Jean is; it only tells you her present preoccupation. To gain insights about yourself, you need to look closely at your beliefs, values, and principles aside from your economic, professional, cultural, and civil status. Moreover, you can also reflect on your experiences to give you insights on your good and not-so-good traits, skills, knowledge, strengths, and weaknesses. Upon introspection, Jean realized that she was highly motivated, generous, service-oriented, but impatient. Her inclination was in the biological-medical field. Furthermore, she believed that life must serve a purpose, and that wars were destructive to human dignity.

» Numerology in the new age

Numerology in the new ageIn a new age of technological advancements and scientific break throughs, the irony is that more and more of us have never felt more lost and confused. Despite the grand claims of science it has proven again and again to be unable to answer the questions that most play on our minds more than anything else.

Modern man’s existential dilemma is a thread that has traveled through time with us and not withstanding the fact that we are now in the so called enlightened age of the twenty first century, its mysteries remain unsolved. Part of our frustration is that we no longer have faith in the intuitive and predictive forms of knowledge such as astrology, numerology, and tarot card reading that people centuries earlier did. Many of us believe that these ancient forms of wisdom have more value than ever and use the tools they provide us to make sense of an increasingly complicated and changing world. Numerology is a constant in a world of variables.

» Yoga can help you, too

Yoga can help you, tooI was a skeptic. However, if Yoga can turn my life around than it can certainly help you, too. I like many was a serious sufferer of anxiety and without the help of Yoga I would today still be trying to find a solution to this debilitating condition. As well as allowing to improve my overall health and fitness, it was through yoga that I began to tap into the enormous power of meditation and deep relaxation

Nowadays we all pay so much importance to our health and visit doctors and specialists for even the most mundane of reasons. Too often our philosophy regarding health is to treat illness as quickly as possible, usually through drugs, whether it be some form of antibiotic or other type of prescription medication. However, few us actually realize that most medicines can treat only the symptoms of illnesses and diseases and not the root or cause. In fact, the cause of many chronic ailments is still being researched. They are also frequently stress related, as in my case. It is here that Yoga therapy comes to our assistance.

» Learn Meditation in 7 Amazingly Easy Steps

Learn Meditation in 7 Amazingly Easy Steps

While meditation is an important spiritual element of major religions like Buddhism and Hinduism, it’s used every day by millions of people who meditate purely for it’s health benefits. Western medicine recognizes mediation’s positive, calming effects, with doctors advising patients who suffer from stress, high blood pressure and chromic pain to take a few relaxing minutes each day to meditate

It’s like a trip to the gym for your brain – by focusing the mind on a single thought or image, even for only 10 or 20 minutes each day, you’re body relaxes, our mind becomes clear, and stressful problems become easier to manage.
Why meditation has a measurable effect on mind and body
To understand how meditation works, it helps to understand how the brain functions. The largest part of the brain is the cortex, divided into left and right hemispheres. The left side of the brain is usually dominant, controlling speech, logic, calculation and writing. The right hemisphere controls creativity, imagination and emotions. Researchers believe that when we meditate we create a connection between the two hemispheres. When subjects hooked up to ECG machines meditate, researchers can measure the intensity of alpha waves – the brain waves when we’re in calm, relaxed state –  produced while meditating. During meditation, alpha waves are far stronger and more consistent between both hemispheres that during other forms of relaxation – even sleep.

» Feng shui for health

Feng ShuiIf you find yourself more relaxed in a sage green bedroom, or more energetic in your butter-yellow living room, you’ve felt the advantages of Feng Shui, the ancient art of bringing harmony to your home through the placement of objects and choice of colors.

The most important life area in Feng Shui is the one devoted to health. Without health, little else matters, so it should be your main concern when arranging your home. Chi, the energy that constantly flows throughout our bodies, can be adversely affected by stress on the body. Chi flows through our blood, our skin, our muscles muscles, and our organs. When the chi that enters our bodies is pure, it facilitates the healthy flow of energy through the body. But if the flow of chi is impure, has very little value to the body or can even pollute the system. Feng shui helps to assure that the chi in your home is pure and healthful

» Feng Shui and Color – How the 7 Colors of the Rainbow Affect Your Home, Your Health and Your Mood

FengshuisecretsEach color of the rainbow is associated with one of the nine life areas, making color a powerful element in the art of Feng Shui. Colors can increase or decrease the flow of chi – the energy that flows through our homes and our bodies – bringing energy to some rooms while promoting calm in others

Choosing colors to calm or excite

Calm colors, primarily greens, blues and soft purples, encourage balance and harmony because the vibrations of the color are slow and steady. Choose soothing colors for rooms used for sleeping or for relaxing at the end of a long, stressful day. Bedrooms, bathrooms and family rooms should be painted in these cool colors.

» Vedic Numerology – Learn How Your Name Affects Your Destiny

Vedic NumerologyEverything in the world – in the universe, even – uses numbers. And since before recorded history, humans have used numbers to understand events and behaviors. Numerology has been used as a tool by many, many cultures. The Greeks used numbers for calculation and divination, and the ancient Hindu texts – the Vedas – describe numerology as the oldest mathematics of the universe.

Vedic Numerology studies the way our lives and personalities are influenced by the planets, and uses nine primary numbers. Advocates say that it’s a tool for communication, and for understanding the dynamics of one’s current karmic incarnation. Vedic Numerology puts forth the view that we are here on earth to learn lessons predetermined the karma we accrued in our previous lives. They believe that there’s a significance to the time, date and place of our birth, as wee were incarnated specifically to learn and grow before moving on to the next level.

» Meditation – An Amazing Stress Reduction Technique That’s Easy To Do

MeditationMeditation has a reputation as an activity related to religious practices and hippy-dippy pseudo-science. This is unfortunate, because meditation is a simple, effective stress management tool that can be used by a anyone – and solid medical research has shown that meditation is highly effective as a way to lower stress and even manage pain

It’s particularly effective at the end of a long, stressful day – you can set aside a short period when you get home from work, meditate, and then enjoy your evening with a clear mind and more relaxed body.

Why meditation is great for stress

One of the pioneers of serious meditation research was Harvard’s Dr. Herbert Benson, who’s 1968 book “The Relaxation Response” showed that meditation had a measurable affect on stress, slowing breathing and heartbeat and lessening the body’s natural fight-or-flight response. Meditation will allow you to relax your body and focus your thoughts, thus focusing your mind and allowing you to let go of the day’s troubles. It allows your body to refresh its resources, which is good for your immune system, your blood pressure and your mental outlook.

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