Monthly Archives: February 2013

Aromatherapy – balances your body and mind

Aromatherapy

Aromatherapy changes personal attitudes using essences and flavors. Each plant has a specific vibration frequency. So when use essential oil of a plant in a room or on your body you change vibration, balancing and harmonizing it. This changes the atmosphere, bringing calm, stimulation and energy, according to the used oil. Also aromatic oils produce negative ions, so, the air that is saturated with positive ions released by electrical devices changes frequency.

The use of essences and aromatic oils

Methods for using aromatic oils are many: spray, diffusion, in the bathroom, massage… is not important how you use them, but it’s important to use them daily. For example, add 10 to 12 drops of your chosen oil in a dark bottle that has 100 ml and a sprayer, add water, put the lid, shake and spray. Now you can use the oil on your body and in the house. Continue reading

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Boost Your Brain Power. Examples and Ideas

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Food for brain:

  • Fatty fish, seafood like salmon, albacore tuna, mackerel, and sardines are packed with omega-3 fatty acids, powerful and versatile nutrients that are essential for a healthy mind. About 40% of the fatty acids in brain cell membranes are DHA, one of the main omega-3 fatty acids in fish oil. Eat it at least twice a week (limit albacore tuna to no more than 6 ounces a week to minimize mercury exposure).
  • Avocado, oils, nuts and seeds they all contain another important antioxidant: vitamin E. In one study, researchers found that people who consumed moderate amounts of vitamin E (from food not supliments) lowered their risk of Alzheimer Disease by 67%. Eat it frequently, 15 mg of E a day, the equivalentof 2 ounces of almonds.
  • Chocolate will sweeten your brain-boosting diet with the dark kind (at least 70% cocoa). It contains flavonoids, another class of antioxidants that some research links to brain health. Other flavonoid-rich foods include apples, red and purple grapes, red wine, onions, tea, and beer. Eat it frequently, as part of a healthy total calorie intake. Up to half an ounce daily has also been shown to lower blood pressure.
  • Whole grains like oatmeal, oat bran, brown rice, and so on help stabilize blood glucose (sugar) levels, compared with refined carbs like white bread and sugary foods. Your body digests these simple sugars quickly, so you have a sudden energy spike and subsequent plummet.Eat it daily, aiming for 25 grams of fiber; fruits, vegetables, and beans are other
    good sources. Continue reading

Persuasion- the art of getting what you want (I)

Leading PersonalityHow do you get people to think and behave a little differently? Persuasion is an art—If you push too hard, you will risk being aggressive. If you nudge too lightly, you may turn into a pest. A thoughtful, persuasive argument can lead you to getting what you want. Persuasion in the human world equals physical strength and speed in the animal kingdom. As an animal is stronger and faster, it becomes the hunter and catches his prey.The one who survives and grows is strong and fast. Continue reading

Build your Self-Confidence if you want to be succesful

Self-confidence is extremely important in almost every aspect of our lives, yet so many people struggle to find it. Sadly, this can be a vicious circle. People who lack self-confidence can find it difficult to become successful. The good news is that self-confidence really can be learned and built on. And, whether you’re working on your own self-confidence or building the confidence of people around you, it’s well-worth the effort! Continue reading