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Sell Your Couch to Lose Weight: Breaking Habits Based on ScienceSell Your Couch to Lose Weight: Breaking Habits Based on Science

You hop on a couch with your cat, turn on Netflix and get your favourite chocolate ice cream every night after work. How do you stop eating ice cream so late and often? It’s simple: get a new couch and switch to Hulu. You can keep the cat.These measures might sound unnecessary and even extreme, but they are backed by recent scientific evidence. The couch, Netflix, the time after work and even the cat are actually cues that make up a strong habit of eating ice cream every day. If you don’t have

Dana Kreuzberg

June 26


  • The Healing Power of Colour

    Colour is a powerful communication tool. It can affect moods and evoke emotions, cause physiological reactions and even signal certain actions. Do you ever wonder why you wear red one day and blue the next? Or why you feel energized in a friend’s house, but exhausted in another’s?People are indeed influenced by colours and scientific studies have proven this phenomenon. One of the many studies has shown that people eat less off red plates, while another study has found that students perform

    Dana Kreuzberg

    March 25

    The Healing Power of Colour
  • Discover Your Level of Emotional Intelligence & Boost It Right Now

    Being smart in academia is not enough to become successful. High IQ must be accompanied by high EQ. Unfortunately, EQ is not listed on any of the classes at school. In some situations, EQ is even more important than IQ on the road to success, so what is it exactly and how can we improve it?What Is Emotional Intelligence? 5 Components & 4 Dimensions.Emotional Intelligence (Emotional Quotient, or EQ) is the ability to recognize emotions of oneself and others as well as manage and identify

    Dana Kreuzberg

    February 28

    Discover Your Level of Emotional Intelligence & Boost It Right Now
  • Mindfulness Meditation: A Short Habit for Lifelong Change

    We wake up thinking about our daily tasks, help our kids get ready for school while at the same time reading the news on our phones and drinking our morning coffee. On the way to work we check our emails. On the way back, we jot down the grocery list. Being back home, we start planning the next day. We don’t notice the night. We don’t remember falling asleep and with the sound of the alarm, a new day starts, and we are in repeat mode. Do we feel rested in the morning? Did we say hello to the

    Dana Kreuzberg

    February 28

    Mindfulness Meditation: A Short Habit for Lifelong Change
  • The Mystery behind Letter X on Your Palms: Only 3% people Would Have It

    Based on the ancient knowledge of palmistry, we know how the palm lines and symbols are associated with our personalities and future prospects in terms of career, life, marriage, money and health.This popular ancient practice of foretelling the future through the study of the palm, has its roots traced back to Indian (Hindu-Vedic) astrology. Based on several scriptures around the world, its been deduced that several thousand years ago, Hindu sage Valmiki authored a book containing 567 verses.It

    Steve Spencer

    July 23

    The Mystery behind Letter X on Your Palms: Only 3% people Would Have It
  • Yin Yoga for the Chakras—a Simple Sequence

    While I nourish my need for sweating, focus, discipline and determination during my Ashtanga practice, I have discovered a way to nurture the more energetic and spiritual side of my nature through Yin yoga.By preparing my classes, by researching and studying (more often than not helping myself to the online information made available by Bernie Clarke), by practicing the combination of asanas before serving them up in class and by observing my students I have deepened my practice—not only

    Lillie Stevens

    July 04

    Yin Yoga for the Chakras—a Simple Sequence
  • Nidotherapy As A Complementary And Alternative Treatment

    Nidotherapy is a collaborative approach in which a treatment team (usually consisting of a therapist and individual suffering from mental illness or disability) systematically adjusts the environment of the individual with the intention of reducing his/her psychological distress. Nidotherapy originates from nidus, Latin for nest, and more literally, it refers to the individual’s social, physical, and more personal environment. Although nidotherapy does not immediately seem like a new approach

    Brenda Estrada

    June 28

    Nidotherapy As A Complementary And Alternative Treatment