Dissolving the Emotional Pain Body

Dissolving the Emotional Pain Body

What exactly is a “pain-body”? What experiences trigger your emotional pain-body to activate? In The Power of Now, the emotional pain-body is an abstract entity composed of all the negative and painful emotions you’ve experienced throughout your life. Your pain-body is triggered when you encounter a stimulus (e.g. a conversation, a thought, a situation) that hits a nerve with a familiar pain pattern from the past. Keep reading to learn about the concept of the pain-body. We’ll discuss what the pain-body is, what triggers it, and how you can separate from it.

What Is Biohacking?—A Beginner’s Guide

What Is Biohacking?—A Beginner’s Guide

What is biohacking and how do you do it? Can you really hack your biology? What are some biohacking practices that can help enhance your health and ramp up your performance? Biohacking is a concept that gained traction in media relatively recently. Biohacking refers to the pursuit of enhanced physical health and mental performance by optimizing your lifestyle, environment, sleep, eating patterns, etc. In this article, you’ll learn how to biohack your way to optimum health with simple diet, sleep, and lifestyle modifications.

Christian Anxiety: How You Can Manage It

7 Major Causes of Depression and Anxiety

Are you struggling with anxiety as a Christian? What is the key to managing Christian anxiety? In Get Out of Your Head, Jennie Allen writes about the various inner battles Christian people face. One of these inner battles is against Christian anxiety and fear. Understanding how to confront your fears and inner lies will help to improve your mental well-being. Find out how to deal with Christian anxiety below.

Encouraging Advice for Depressed Christians

Lost Connections: Book Overview

What advice can help depressed Christians? What does the bible say about negative thinking? A negative mindset can create a destructive chain of thinking that impacts your behavior, self-esteem, and personal relationships. Depressed Christians can turn to the bible for support and advice when times are tough. Here is some of the best biblical advice for depressed Christians.

The Truth About Losing Weight Through Diet Alone

The Truth About Losing Weight Through Diet Alone

Do you need to exercise to lose weight? Is losing weight through diet alone possible? According to John Walker, the author of The Hacker’s Diet, you can exercise for an hour and only burn 300 calories, but it only takes one Snicker’s bar to offset your workout. That’s why Walker suggests primarily relying on a calorie deficit to lose weight rather than on exercise. Here is why, when it comes to losing weight, diet outweighs exercise.

How to Maintain Weight Loss: Tips for Success

How to Maintain Weight Loss: Tips for Success

Do you cycle through losing and gaining weight endlessly? How can you keep the weight off for good? In his book The Hacker’s Diet, John Walker says that most people who go on diets tend to gain back all of the weight they lost and sometimes more. Walker proposed two methods for keeping weight off: daily weight tracking and meal planning. Keep reading for Walker’s advice on how to maintain weight loss.

What Are the Benefits of Social Prescribing?

What Are the Benefits of Social Prescribing?

What are the benefits of social prescribing? Why is Big Pharma against social prescribing? The major benefits of social prescribing are holistic treatment, community support, and opportunities to reconnect with nature. Social prescribing ensures that the doctor will not only prescribe drugs to treat biological issues but also address environmental factors. Big Pharma doesn’t like this because it treats the underlying cause of depression and threatens their profits. Read on to more about the benefits of social prescribing.

How Meaningful Relationships Help Combat Depression

How Meaningful Relationships Help Combat Depression

How do meaningful relationships help prevent loneliness and depression? Why does the collective lifestyle of Amish communities help members avoid loneliness and depression? Meaningful relationships restore us to our natural states as social animals living in close-knit societies. This prevents loneliness and provides a support group that can help you heal from depression. Amish communities share everything and everyone is regarded as family. This style of collective living creates a connected community and drastically reduces the risk of depression. Read on to learn more about how meaningful relationships help prevent depression.