by Thom Bush
on 22 September 2014

Although it is not totally proven that stress can cause cancer, or at least certain types. It is, to a certain degree, widely accepted that it can be a contributing factor.

One of the more common views, is that it appears to inhibit Immune function; a major factor in the body's defense mechanism against illness and disease.

by Thom Bush
on 19 September 2014

Could an open mind be much more beneficial than you imagine? People who practice yoga and meditation long term can learn to control a computer with their minds faster and better than people with little or no yoga or meditation experience, new research by biomedical engineers shows. The research could have major implications for treatments of people who are paralyzed or have neurodegenerative diseases. . . . .

by Thom Bush
on 04 September 2014

One of the things that always intrigues me, is why we, as a species, hold onto thoughts that are not helpful? The most common factor I find that holds clients where they do not want to be (mentally, physically or both) is the way they think. It's as if we have an inbuilt predilection towards the negative. Of all the things that happen in our life we attach more readily and easily to the negative.

by Thom Bush
on 26 September 2012

In a stressed world, where almost everyday we are being bombarded with a murderous, if not tortourous, level of toxic news; wouldn't be nice to take our minds on a wonderful journey of relaxation? By doing this we allow ourselves some time out, time to be with ourself and we can do it so easlily; just 10 to 15 minutes a day (more if you want or need it)! Want to know how?

by Super User
on 10 September 2012

A little girl went  to her bedroom and pulled a glass jelly jar from its hiding place in the closet.She poured the change out on the floor and counted it carefully. Three times, even.. The total had to be exactly perfect..