Neurotic People Are Meant to be Creative

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New studies suggest that people with neurological disorders are meant for creative things.

We have always known that people who suffer from neuroticism make good stunt pilots, aviators and bomb defusement. However, new studies suggest otherwise.

Find out what they are meant to be in this article: Overthinking could be driving creativity in people with neurotic disorders

 

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The Secret to Beating Cancer

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Emotions play an integral part in our total well-being.

If we are bitter, then our world gets dark and negative. If we are happy, then our worlds turns positive and alive.

Maya Angelou once said: Bitterness is like cancer. It eats up the host. But anger is like fire. It burns it clean.

If you want to get rid of cancer, you have got to learn how to deal with your emotions.

How? Read the article here: Powerful secret beats cancer at its own game

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How Engaged Are Your Students?

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How do you know your students are really engaged in your classroom discussions? How does exactly engagement look like and sound like?

Find out the answers to your questions by reading the article written by Andrea Harmer with regard to students and their engagement levels in different classroom settings.

Read the article and take the quiz here: How engaged are your students? Take this quiz and find out

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Are You Psychologically Immature?

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Do you think you are a drama queen? Do you overreact to things and demonstrate temper tantrum-like behavior? If you said “yes” to one of these questions (or both), then this post is for you.

LIFEadvice Coach Kim said that being a drama queen means that you might be psychologically immature. Why so?

Check out this article and know the reasons behind your being a drama queen:  How to stop being a drama queen

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7 Reasons Why You Should Practice Yoga

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As part of celebrating the National Yoga Awareness Month, writer Tabir Shaikh lays out seven reasons to practice yoga.

Yoga is an ancient practice that is meant to re-freshen and realign the the mind, body and soul. It has been known to have endless benefits, including reduced stress, better sleep, improved well-being, and more. So if you feel you are experiencing too much stress or lack of sleep, then it’s time you think about integrating yoga into your lifestyle.

However, if you are still not convinced, you can check out the seven reasons here. National Yoga Awareness Month: 7 Reasons to Practice Yoga

 

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How Mindfulness Help Silence Your Monkey Mind

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Who are the people who have “monkey minds”? What does it mean in the first place? Does having it help you achieve things? What is the role of mindfulness in all of these?

Deborah Hecker defines a “monkey mind” as the mind of a person “who starts thinking about the challenges of the day ahead the moment they wake up.”

According to Entrepreneur, “[a] monkey mind distracts us from the task at hand, creating stress and impairing productivity.” Thankfully, mindfulness can help in silencing it.

Check out the ways here: Quieting Your Monkey Mind

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The Connection Between Angry Birds and Calmness

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We are the kind of people who immerse ourselves into mobile and video games sometimes to calm our nerves. It helps clear our minds and reduce our stress.

Jane McGonigal tells a story about Vasily who believes that playing Angry Birds in the evening is a way to focus and calm her thoughts. However, she believes it is just a skillful practice and not an escape.

Read Vasily’s point here: Can Angry Birds calm your thoughts?

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Applying Mindfulness in Pharmacy Practice

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Pharmacy and medical students from Monash University has taken their pharmacy practice into a whole new level by applying mindfulness into their programs and routine.

The course is spearheaded by Dr Hassed. Dr Hassed believes that mindfulness has “demonstrable results in reducing medication errors in pharmacy and medicine.

Learn more about the matter here. MINDFULNESS IMPROVES PHARMACY PRACTICE: CRAIG HASSED

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The Benefits of Mindfulness in Training

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What are the qualities of a champion? Do you have what it takes to be one? These questions and more are the focus of some studies. Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience has published a new one last month.

Researchers from University of California, San Diego, have updates with regard to their quest to understand what it means to have a mind of a champion and to become a better athlete.

Their latest results suggest it is indeed possible to train your brain to be more champion-like.

Check out the article here: Can Mindfulness Training Make You a Better Athlete?

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Is Mindfulness Overrated?

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Different reports and articles have sighted the benefits of mindfulness and meditation, including increased stamina, enhanced working memory, and reduced stress, to name a few.

More articles have explained that mindfulness allows us to focus, give attention, and observe the present moment without having to say anything at all.

However, Robert Biswas-Diener and Todd B. Kashdan has argued that mindfulness has become overrated.

Know the different reasons behind their argument. Read the article here: WHY MINDFULNESS IS OVERRATED

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Meditation Helps Ease Anxiety

It is true that stressful events as well as fear can produce anxiety. No one is exempted from feeling it.

But did you know that doing some meditation can actually help ease the anxiety your feeling?

The first thing to realize is that reality isn’t what’s actually worrying you, but it’s your fixed habit of mind that is causing you to respond to everything with anxiety

Deepak Chopra can help you understand this even more.

Check out the article: How meditation can help anxiety

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