Are You A Victim Of Your Brain’s Eating Habits?

You Are What You Eat

You Are What You Eat

I am a research nut.

When it comes to understanding the mystery of the human being or anything related to having a better experience called life, I find myself spending hours and sometimes days lost in reading or talking to experts.

One of the truths that have become evident to me is that if you don’t feel good physically it is hard to do good mentally. I’m sure you have been there… You go on vacation, drive for days to get to the happiest place on earth and eat nothing but junk food.

You wake up with the desire to have the best day of your life. But then after a few minutes the dark cloud comes over your head and you become a total thunder cloud of ornery.

But in reality who is really driving the thought at that specific time, who is the person behind the eyes. And at that exact time you are loosing it, you can say the voices made me do it.

I’m sure you have heard the phrase “you are what you eat,” may I suggest that negative food is truly a body snatcher.

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Life Without Fear: Living With Intention

Fear is the lack of knowing

Fear is the lack of knowing

Are you looming in the shadow of the economic fear? Or are you feeling a little or maybe even a lot panicked about the economy?

Is there a tightening in the chest or a lump in the throat? Is there a pain in the pit of your stomach?

Well if there is; join the crowd of fear motivated mindsets.

The Chicken Little syndrome of the sky is falling is one that consistently prevails in the twilight zone of the unknown.

Can you hear the music? …do DO do DO do DO do DO…

A definition of fear that I like to use is to be trying to understand or describe the unknown. For example, what is death, or what is war, or what is leaving, or what is tomorrow going to be really about.

And it is real easy to find yourself in the twilight zone wondering how that might be.

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Life Is Beautiful When You Find Who You Are

Have you put the real person out to pasture hoping that some miracle will change your life?

Have you put the real person out to pasture hoping that some miracle will change your life?

I went for a drive out into the country today and noticed the horses calmly standing in the sun. It reminded me of my younger years growing up in the ranching business.

The days were long, hard, and the work was never ending.

While I’m working my tail off, the livestock just watch me having no care or measure of time. They would only get excited in the face of danger or when they were hungry. I never once saw the livestock have any experience of pressure to get the work done.

They ate when they were hungry, lay down when they were tired, and went for a walk whenever they wanted to.

At first this seemed like a beautiful life; to not have any responsibility or commitments. But in reality it would only take a few day of doing what a horse does out in pasture and boredom would become your ultimate enemy.

You would do almost anything as a human to avoid that kind of a prison in captivity and trapped in a life filled with boredom. But in reality most people are living a life that is not satisfying or rewarding.

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Left Brain, Right Brain, And The Political Parties

Are you an Obama fan or did you vote for the McCain-Palin ticket?

Republicans are Red and Democrats are Blue

Republicans are Red and Democrats are Blue

More than likely, the side you voted for represents your point of view because your thinking styles are more likely the same. Or in other words your thinking style is determined by your dominant side of the brain.

The right side of the brain controls the left side of your body and vis-versa. The more your brain dominates on the right the farther to the left your point of view is.

And on the flip side, the more the left brain is the dominate part of your thinking style the more to the right you will be.

Now back to politics. It is funny how facts are more often then not more humorous than fiction.

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What You See Is What You Get

My constant companion thought: “What You See Is What You Get” comes up today in a large sense.

I am in the process of closing down a business that could not generate enough clients to cover labor and overhead with the down-turn of the economy.

With all the turn of events and watching how all the players in the business are playing their game; it becomes clear how they are seeing what they are getting.

Some of the employees are seeing that the end of the world is close at hand and others have already found a new job that pays more than they were making before.

In the book “Who Moved My Cheese” some are still standing in the cheese room wondering how to find cheese in an empty room. But the ones that are running around looking for a better way have already found one.

Today my client had a beautiful class. The beginning of every class I ask the participants to share their wins.

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