What & Where is the MIND?

What is MIND? Where is it located? And why does it cause so many problems? I don’t know about you, but I love blogging.  Seeing what others write about & what interests them. Yesterday I came across a blog that really got me thinking more about the mind.

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Psychologists, Therapists & Psychiatrists all concerned with mental health, refer to the mind as often being disturbed or out of balance etc. Of course that’s their profession – to better understand the mind and treat mental health problems. Yet, if the most skilled surgeon on the planet disected our body (including the brain) I guarantee he/she wouldn’t locate anything resembling mind.  Naturally they’d be able to locate the brain because its tangible, but they’d never locate what’s known as mind.  On the other hand, we in the West take shed loads of prescribed medication to balance the mind  So I guess today’s dilemma is this….

How do you personally define the mind & if it can’t be located anywhere in the body, how can it be responsible for so many mental health problems?

 

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17 Days In Colour – Pink

Welcome to day 10 of our 17 days in colour. We’ve probably all heard the phrase ‘looking at the world through rose tinted glasses?’ Well, this is often so very true about people who favour our next colour PINK. But who said there was anything wrong with that?

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12931901 – the heart chakra

The colour pink is such a beautiful aura to have around you. Pink is very well known for its healing properties around grief and sadness. It’s particularly powerful for people struggling with the ageing process, or women going through the menopause. If you fall into one of these categories, or if you’re struggling with the idea of ageing then pink is the perfect colour for you to have around or to wear. Pink is very powerful in bringing about a feeling of vitality & youthfulness, and balancing emotions and feelings. Although the colour is different, pink is actually associated with the heart Chakra because of its influence on the emotions.
The magickal benefits of pink, are its amazing ability to create softness and tenderness, romance, caring, nurturing, for children, youth, peace, friendship, femininity, emotional love, emotional healing. If pink is your colour, you’re most definitely a dreamer but only of achievable things.
You become deeply affected by the injustices of the world, and can’t understand how people don’t seem to be able to care for each other. Being of such a gentle nature, means these things affect you emotionally mentally and spiritually. If pink is your favourite colour, it’s absolutely imperative that you take the time for quiet meditation or relaxation because you really do get affected by your environment. In fact, it’s fair to say that pink people are the strongest of empaths in the world. You pick up other peoples energies either positive or negative almost like a magnet so it’s important you keep yourself cleansed at all times.

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At Last! 5 Things That Actually Work😍

When it comes to health advertisements & promotions, I admit to being a skeptic. I’m fed up of diet plans & anti -ageing adverts none of which seem to work

But there’s something about the 5 Tibetan rites. There’s really no way around it, Ive noticed definite changes in my health & wellbeing. The rites are said to be over 2,500 years old, and a type of yoga. They only take 10-15 minutes to complete— also fantastic for those with busy lives.  After setting myself a 28 day challenge to do the 5 Tibetan Rites each morning this is what I found…..1– weight loss (just by doing 10 of each exercise every morning for 28days, I lost just over half a stone) 2-improved memory ( my memory actually got sharper) 3-physical strength 4– A feeling of alertness (feeling clear, awake and less sluggish) 5– An enhanced sense of general wellbeing. The Tibetan Rites are also called the Fountain of youth as they’re supposed to slow down the aging process, which is why they’re also known as the Five Rites of Rejuvenation.
HOW THE FIVE TIBETAN RITES SHOULD BE DONE
Each exercise should eventually be done 21 times, but if you’re new to exercise its better to start of with about 3 of each at first and increase the repetitions slowly over time.

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