Video: Stone Age Depression Remedy

July 30, 2010

If you are interested in following the stone age diet and exercise lifestyle to improve your health and well-being then check out the best selling book by Mark Sisson: The Primal Blueprint.

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Video: Introduction to the Paleo-Diet

July 21, 2010

One of my big interests at the moment at the moment is the Paleo-Diet. The basic idea is that we should eat the way our palaeolithic ancestors used to eat. Watch the two short videos below to get an idea of the benefits of this way of eating. And check out the best book on […]

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Video: Tips to improve your memory

July 20, 2010

This video gives you some tips and specific ways to improve your memory for things like phone numbers, important facts and studying for exams. If you want to take your ability to memorise things to a championship level then check out this Memory Training

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Video: Simple Yoga Exercise ‘Sun Salutation’

July 12, 2010

If you want to learn more Yoga exercises you can do at home then check out this Yoga Resource

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Video: An example of body weight exercise

July 7, 2010

I really enjoy doing body weight exercise as it means I don’t have to pay for expensive gym memberships and can do exercise anywhere and at any time. This video is a good example of how you can start out with easier exercises and slowly build up to more sophisticated workouts that are more challenging. […]

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Video: A nutritionist talks about a healthy way to detox

July 7, 2010

A nutritionist talks about the most healthy and sensible way to detox your body. Do not take this as specific advice, you must always speak to your doctor before making any changes to your diet or lifestyle. If you want to learn more about how to detox your body thoroughly then check out this Detox […]

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Video: Change your Mind Change Your Brain by Matthieu Ricard

June 9, 2010

(BTW, check out the Mindful Awareness Training System if you haven’t already.) Google Tech Talks March 15, 2007 ABSTRACT If happiness is an inner state, influenced by external conditions but not dependent on them, how can we achieve it? Ricard will examine the inner and outer factors that increase or diminish our sense of well-being, […]

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Research into the effects of Meditation

May 21, 2010

The University of Wisconsin-Madison recently opened their Centre for Investigating Healthy Minds The Center for Investigating Healthy Minds (CIHM) conducts rigorous interdisciplinary research on healthy qualities of mind such as kindness, compassion, forgiveness and mindfulness. Scientists at CIHM represent an integrated team with a broad array of research methodologies from behavioral to neuroscientific. The CIHM […]

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Stress Reduction – How to Use Mindfulness For Stress Reduction

May 17, 2010

An increasing number of people are suffering the negative effects of stress, whether due to work circumstances, the economy or in their personal lives. Stress is causing people both physical and psychological problems. It is well know stress means that our bodies are being flooded with such chemicals as adrenaline, noradrenaline and cortisol in order […]

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Cartoon: Geek Meditation

May 3, 2010

I love this cartoon, a great metaphor in my opinion. Credit: Check out the Mindful Awareness Training System if you haven’t already.

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