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Brainwave Frequency Listing

Glossary

Adrenal – An organ located above the kidneys – it manufactures a natural steroid called cortisol, which is associated with stress.

Amygdala – This is a pair of structures that exist an inch or so in from the forehead – there’s one on the right side and one on the left side – they supposedly have an impact on moods. (The right one is active when a person is depressed, and the left one is active when a person is cheerful.) Also, they are associated with fear, and the “fight or flight” response.

  • Attention: A focus on the thought.
  • Intention: The meaning behind the thought.
  • Action: Actually doing something to communicate your thoughts. Creating and doing are closely linked.
  • Effort: How much effort you put into the thought, including the actual physical effort to actualize the idea.
  • Time: The amount of time spent thinking about the idea, putting attention toward it, and putting effort into it.
  • Luck: The complex web of factors that dictates chance favoring a person.

http://factmyth.com/factoids/thoughts-can-create-reality/

 

No one has ever achieved anything truly significant in any sphere of life without being absolutely devoted to what they are doing.

Hiç kimse, yaptığı işe tam anlamyla adanmışlığı olmadan, yaşamın herhangi bir alanında ayrıcalıklı bir şey elde etmemiştir.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/usgsbiml/sets/72157630468783226/

Causes, incidence, and risk factors

Cause of this disorder is unknown. Early life experiences, such as particularly insensitive parenting, are thought to play a role in the development of this disorder.

Symptoms

Waldorf education. Waldorf education, also known as Steiner education, is based on the educational philosophy of Rudolf Steiner, the founder of anthroposophy. Its pedagogy emphasizes the role of imagination in learning, striving to integrate holistically the intellectual, practical, and artistic development of pupils.

searching for more….

Now more than ever before, anxiety about loss of income has replaced the sense of abundance and fulfillment. Most of our fears about not having “enough” are about money and time. But what about a lack of emotional fulfillment, a lack of love, a lack of creative solutions? Abundance is all-embracing. At least it should be.

The most crucial thing to understand is that abundance begins in the mind. Do you believe you only lack something because you haven’t yet found a creative way to solve the problem? Or do you believe there’s never enough to go around, unfair stuff happens, and there’s not much you can do about it?

a confused girl looking for peace of mind
men thinking of her as a complementary to his life which will bring joy and happiness.
So easy and so tough.
She waits understanding, and wants to forget all her bad memories.
She can not express her expectations, her boy friend can not understand what she wants.