What Nature’s Patterns Have to Teach Us

Patterns can be found everywhere. They are the blueprint for everything alive. You see them in plants, flowers, animals, and humans. We see a spiral pattern repeated in a pine cone, a whirlpool of water, a nautilus shell – as small as the tendrils of a pea plant and as large as the Milky Way… [Read More]

What would you LIKE to think? The Biology of Thoughts, Part II

In my blog article, What are you REALLY Thinking? The Biology of Thoughts, Part I, (you can click here to read it), I talk about how the survival part of your brain has a tremendous influence on your thoughts, feelings, and emotions. Most of the 95% of the subconscious thoughts that occupy your brain essentially… [Read More]

What are you REALLY thinking? The Biology of Thoughts, Part I

As humans with an instinct to survive in the wild, we have been programmed to think in ways that will protect us from harm. As children, we developed coping skills and adopted beliefs from others that would keep us safe — which are still with us in our adult life. The survival part of our… [Read More]