Apr 072017
 

Sparks of Insight“The subconscious mind will not take the trouble to work for those who do not believe in it.” ~ Theodore Simon Jouffroy, French philosopher.

If you don’t trust the subconscious to take a goal and find a way to manifest it, it won’t. By not believing in the subconscious’ creative powers, you’re giving it the direction to ignore your conscious choices. It will then only act on the overall tendency of your thought. The subconscious is the creative part of you. Believe it will work to solve your problems, using all of the Infinite’s resources, and it will act on them.

~ Linda-Ann Stewart

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Feb 172017
 

Sparks of InsightWhenever you have a problem, you probably resist it, which is a natural response. But by doing so, you feed it attention and energy. “Energy flows where attention goes,” so you’re instructing the Law of Attraction to increase what you don’t want. But every problem has a solution hidden within it. You simply need to let go of your resistance and look at it differently. What would the solution result in? Greater health, prosperity, or harmony? Switch your attention to the solution. Not how it would come about, but the outcome. This stimulates your creative mind to find not only a solution but the gift hidden within your challenge.

~ Linda-Ann Stewart

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Dec 082016
 

Rainbow at SnowbowlThese 2 Hidden Habits Will Hinder Your Success!
The extent of success is the ratio of good and bad habits you have in life. Your habits create your destiny. Some habits will undermine your success, confidence and happiness, and be so insidious that you don’t even recognize them. This article tackles 2 basic ones that are major offenders and what to do about them.

5 Things Psychopaths Say To Make You Feel Crazy
Most psychopaths are nonviolent and fit into the normal population. They just have no conscience and will prey on people to get what they want, using charm and manipulation. And one of their tools is to make you doubt yourself so they can control you. Here are some of the ways they attack and destabilize you.

A neuroscience researcher reveals 4 rituals that will make you happier
Are you depressed, stressed or upset? There are specific, proven solutions that can help you that are based on neuroscience. Believe it or not, feeling guilty or worried actually can make you feel better, even though it’s not helpful. This article suggests more constructive things to do that will be much better for you.

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Sep 222016
 

Sparks of InsightWe’ve been taught that the way to find solutions is to focus on the problem. The conscious mind picks at it, takes it apart, looks at it from all sides and eventually a solution will magically appear. But the conscious mind isn’t the creative part of you. Your subconscious mind is. Have you ever tried to remember someone’s name? The harder you tried, the worse it got. Only when you let it go, did the answer come to you in 10 or 20 minutes. You have to let your subconscious process and work on the issue. When you do, you’ll have an inspiration that will bring light to the situation.

~ Linda-Ann Stewart

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Sep 222016
 

Grand Canyon-Lipan PointSo Apparently There Are 4 Kinds of Introversion
Introversion has been getting a lot of attention of late. Before that, if it was thought of at all, it was considered to be a personality defect. But it’s now in the public’s consciousness. And psychologists are realizing that their definition of introversion isn’t the same as the public’s. This researcher has identified 4 kinds, and describes them.

Doctors Tell Us How Hiking Can Change Our Brains
Getting out in nature is good for the mind, body and soul. It improves mood, boosts brainpower, creativity, improves children with ADHD, and more. This article examines several ways that hiking is good for your mental and physical health.

Reprogram subconscious mind with hypnosis
Hypnosis is a wonderful way to make changes in your life. This article explains how it does that, by reprogramming the subconscious mind. But it also describes the difference between hypnosis and meditation and the benefits of each.

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Jul 072016
 

Sunset at Hopi Point at Grand Canyon7 Habits That May Actually Change The Brain, According To Science
The brain you have is the only one you’re going to get. For it to work at peak efficiency, there are some things you can do to help it. These are a combination of physical and mental actions you can take to optimize your brain function.

Just knowing you might have to answer a work email at night can wreak havoc on your mind and body
Never being able to really be away from work can have serious consequences for your mental and physical well being. And it doesn’t matter whether you actually have to do anything or not. Just the threat of it can impact you. This article offers a strategy to help you cope.

9 Things You Need To Stop Doing If You Want To Be Successful
Successful people state that having the right attitude and mindset is an important key for success. As pivotal mindset is, there are some things that could prevent success for you. This article contains guidelines to help you along your road to success.

~ Linda-Ann Stewart

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Apr 282016
 

Sunset Crater plant A Stanford scientist says a simple psychological shift can make you more successful
If you’re kind to yourself, you have a chance to grow and learn from challenging experiences. There’s a growing body of research suggesting that your relationship with yourself is just as important as your relationships with others when it comes to getting ahead professionally. Learn 3 components and 4 strategies that will help you improve your relationship with yourself.

The Problem Is Not The Problem
The problem is the way we look at problems, not the challenge itself. Rather than resisting the problem, our best reaction is to become aware of how we are thinking, and then change our mind about it. When you do this, you can then find the opportunity hiding in the challenge.

Saying these 2 words can help you be more successful
If you’re working towards a goal or change a habit, it can be hard not to fall back into the old rut. However, how you frame your words can be helpful. It shifts the way you view the temptation. Learn what those 2 powerful words are.

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Nov 102015
 

Sunset Crater, Flagstaff AZGratitude as Science: 4 Paths Lead to Love and Happiness
Even when you don’t feel like it, by going through the motions of gratitude, you can start to feel more grateful. There are four gratitude boosters that you can use each day to uplift you and generate joy. And there are 3 other paths to developing gratitude, and they can rewrite your brain.

New Research Says Overthinking Worriers Are Probably Creative Geniuses
A new study suggests that worriers or people who take a long time deciding are incredibly developed, creative people. Their imaginations are nature’s way to protect the species by solving problems they’re anxious about.

The adaptive mind: Children raised in difficult circumstances show enhanced mental flexibility in adulthood
Although a traumatic childhood can set a person up to struggle in their adult life, it may also also allow them to deal with uncertain circumstances better. That upbringing can make it more difficult to make decisions that are beneficial in the long term, but they tend to handle turmoil better.

~ Linda-Ann Stewart

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Jul 142015
 

Flagstaff Aspen RainbowPositive pressure: Stress is good for you
This article quotes a psychologist who states that all stress is helpful, if you believe it is. I don’t agree with everything said in this article, but I do believe that our belief about stress can contribute to our stress. But there are too many studies that prove that too much stress is detrimental to our mental and physical lives. However, some stress is beneficial because it keeps us active and interested in life.

What to do about brain freeze!
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We’re meditating all wrong, says ‘Buddha from Brooklyn’
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Do I need to know the cause of a problem to resolve it?

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May 282015
 

Question MarkQuestion: Do I need to consciously know the original cause of a problem to resolve it?

Answer: Not necessarily. Many people want to know where a problem got started, and for some it’s helpful to know. But generally it isn’t imperative to understand what happened to release the issue. The subconscious mind knows where the problem got its start, and what might have reinforced it. And the subconscious mind knows what to do to release and resolve it.

You may not even consciously know what to do about it, but the subconscious mind knows how to accomplish it. But it has to be directed to do so, and you have to be willing to let go of the emotion associated with it. And the subconscious will only heal it if it feels it’s safe for you to do so.

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