http://www.goodnewsnetwork.org/waking-1-hour-earlier-could-cut-depression-risk-university-boulder/ I've always been an early riser. Even when I worked late shifts during college and got to bet at 4am, I could barely sleep past 8am. I was always happier when I woke up at 5am and started getting stuff going: exercise, writing, reading, etc... it felt productive and set my mood on accomplishment. … Continue reading A little good news — Early risers are happier? Well, at least less unhappy.
Day 7 – May 29th, 2017 WELCOME TO THE CONTINUING OBSERVATIONS THAT FOLLOW THE DISCUSSIONS SESSIONS BETWEEN MYSELF AND MY MENTOR, BEREL M. WEINER FOR OUR BOOK PROJECT TENTATIVELY CALLED: “THE LADDER OF AWARENESS: THE PROCESS OF BEING YOUR TRUTH.” THESE ARE MY THOUGHTS AND FEELINGS FOLLOWING EACH SESSION AND HAVE ALREADY BEGUN TO CHANGE … Continue reading The 7th Step on The Ladder of Awareness
Last Year, while reading “Gravitate 2 Gratitude", by Carolyn Flower, I started one of her prescribed exercises. This exercise was meant to help us recognize, in essence to become grateful for all we have. It focuses the mind on seeing reasons to be grateful by establishing a habit of gratitude. Like most habits it takes … Continue reading Odds & Ends – The Gratitude Project
Law #4 - Master Your Thinking “The Quality of your thinking - the thoughts and beliefs you entertain, WILL make all the difference in the quality of your life. PERIOD!” Nowhere in Hoisington’s book “If You Think You Can!” is there a better explanation of the practice of mastering your thoughts. The mastery demonstrates very clearly … Continue reading Who’s In Charge Here?
Law 3 - Taking the time to work on you: Embracing Your Be-Do-Have Habits. The opening line of chapter 4 in T.J. Hoisington’s “If You Think You Can”. says it all: “IF YOU WANT MORE, THEN YOU MUST BECOME MORE.” Read on and begin the change! In James Allen’s mind-blowing book, “As a Man Thinketh”, … Continue reading Embracing Your Be-Do-Have Habit