The Mindful Approach to Stress Relief

The Good Mouthyness Satisfying feelings in the back of our minds, thoughts that our conscious minds conveniently brush aside, have to lie somewhere… What’s a growing sense of anxiety? • anxiety • in the…

The Mindful Approach to Stress Relief

The Good Mouthyness

Satisfying feelings in the back of our minds, thoughts that our conscious minds conveniently brush aside, have to lie somewhere…

What’s a growing sense of anxiety?

• anxiety

• in the back of our minds, mind

• mind

• in the back of our minds, mind

• hell

The brain doesn’t allow for a very graceful response to anxiety, especially when the source of the unease is really an impulse we have yet to realise we have, because our brain is not equipped to let us know. It’s here that we have to learn to regulate our powerful pressure-cooker brain.

The Master Motor

We have the ability to affect our environment and our responses. Therefore, it’s possible for us to use the information we have to effectively change what is going on.

We literally have the capacity to make the weather and the seasons. Our thoughts influence not only what is happening but also how it is going to happen. It is important to notice and identify these effects and then effectively modulate them, as the results of such changes can have an impact on the climate, weather, the seasons and even our emotions.

Rome Burns

Do you ever doubt? Do you find you feel cold? When you feel tense, tired or more anxious? Do you use impulse thoughts like ‘I don’t like it here’ or ‘What should I do??’ Or, if you are unhinged, will you run away from something or to a shelter in an attempt to get yourself back?

To help you overcome the psychological distancing that even a brief stroke can cause, Google is now offering Google Street View of the human brain. The search engine will soon be your personal tour guide on a photographic journey through this multi-billion-dollar machine, exploring the ‘how’ and the ‘why’ of the brain. This unique interactive technology will give you a first-hand view into the inner workings of our cerebral cortex, and of course, you can add your story. This fun Google Maps feature of the visualisation of human visualisation around your brain will be open for the public for ten days only.

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