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Therapy & Meditation

I’m special

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In all the world there’s nobody like me. Since the beginning of time, there has never been another person like me. Nobody has my eyes, my hair, my voice.

I’m special. No one can be found that has my handwriting. Nobody anywhere has my tastes, for food or music or art. No one sees things just as I do. In all of time there’s been no one who laughs like me, no one who cries like me. And what makes me lagh and cry will never provoke identical laughter and tears for anybody else, ever. No one reacts to any situations just as I would. Continue reading

A bird ballet

“I was with the crew near Marseille for an advertisement spot. We were waiting to shoot a helicopter in the sunset when thousands of birds in the sky appeared and made ​​this incredible dance. It was amazing. We simply forgot all about our work and began shooting this little piece of poetry.” (Neels Castillon – director)

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Why do people suffer from insomnia?

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Some people find it hard to fall asleep, others fall asleep and wake up during the night or too early in the morning. They are agitated and irritated and everything they want is just a restful sleep. This type of people are always worried, even when they’re not aware, are people who want to solve problems, every time looking for more. Continue reading

How to eliminate fears and phobias.

Let’s first talk about imaginary fears and natural fears. When a fear is caused by a threat to our body, our integrity or our health it would be a real fear and a natural defending reaction you could get in this case is also known as Fight or Flight (if you are in a situation in wich you can fight  then do so, if not then run). When our mind and body senses this real danger it produces adrenaline and this adrenaline is necessary for us to have a natural energy reserve to put this expression ”Fight or Flight” in to action. But if due to imaginary fears our body produces adrenaline continuous the consequence is that we will get sick. It is healthy to get a “dose” of adrenaline from time to time but if this adrenaline continuously flods our body it leads to anxiety and then to depression. Most of our fears are imaginary, products of our mind, fears like: fear of darkess, heights, water, thunder, closed spaces, public speaking and so on,these fears are not programmed in our genetic code but are produced by our mind. Another important thing about imaginary fears is that while our body is continually floded with adrenaline our immune system will weaken. Continue reading