nervous system

Healing Power of Brain-Body Connection

When it comes to healing we can do all the right things yet fail nonetheless. There is a simple reason why. What I’m about to share contains mildly graphic content but there is no other way to tell it otherwise the rest of the video will not make sense. In this picture you see a scar,…

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Watch this before going on psychiatric medication

In this video I’ll share with you the baffling reason why psychiatry still doesn’t have an accurate picture of mental health let alone how to treat it. But before we begin, I want to provide you with some context. In 2006, I was living an ordinary life, free of complications until I experienced heartbreak for…

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RAPID Heart Rate Variability Biofeedback to REPAIR Trauma Response

In this post I’ll share with how to rapidly repair your trauma response in real-time using heart rate variability. Follow the steps till the end and you’ll find that the exercise works not only for trauma but is deeply beneficial for navigating every day threats such dealing with traffic, getting impatient when someone is running late…

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Overthinking: this will CLEAR your Brain Fog

Overthinking is inevitable when we are unable to find a break from our own thoughts. The solution than is rather simple – take a break – weather it is taking a walk, making a cup of tea or taking a moment to looking out the window. To explain why this is the simplest yet simultaneously…

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Naturally rewire the anxious brain using vagal breathing

Anxiety has the ability to mentally disable us in an instant however, far too often anxiety runs in the background and the tricks it plays on us are far more subtle. In this post I will show you how to use vagal breathing to rewire your brain from an anxious state and how to reengineer…

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On Love, Drugs and other lies about enhancing performance.

The very act of micro-dosing is a biological lie that the body is told to believe in. We live in a culture where the bar is constantly being raised. A culture that is constantly in competition even against itself to beat their own personal best. This performance addiction is fairly common in high achievers and…

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Precognition and the elusive power of choice

The Paradox is that we are hardwired to make poor choices when we need it the most. Emotions trigger a chain reaction designed specifically to overwhelm logic and reason, preventing us from seeing the obvious truth. The mind can betray us however, the heart does not lie. The heart has the ability to perceive reality…

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