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Author: Prometa Health Team

How to Change Beliefs

Beliefs drive everyday action and can lead to both positive and negative effects on health.  An important factor in health improvement is to change limiting or negative beliefs into positive ones.  Before you can change your current beliefs, you must first understand where they come from and how to change them. Beliefs come from many sources: Our environments Our past knowledge or learning Major life experiences or impact events Metaphysical practices (meditations, visualizations, affirmations) The easiest way to change a belief (which leads to action) is to develop a meditative practice of visualizing and affirming a new belief and...

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Trust Your Heart – Using the Power of The Heart Energy Field

For centuries, we have realized that there exists a little voice inside of our heads, or an innate intuition, that speaks to us with regards to our external environments.  We have all heard the terms  “listen to your heart”, or “go with your gut instincts” when making certain choices in life, yet many of us chose to ignore these instincts and feelings.  Science has recently shown that we should, in fact, pay closer attention to what our hearts are telling us.  We actually have a biological energy field, stemming from our hearts, that “senses” our environment and provides us...

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Mindfulness Practices Incorporated into Physical Activities

Meditative and mindfulness practices have been studied for years and the benefits are abundantly positive for health and wellness. Not only do they promote focus, improve cognitive function and self awareness, but they also promote optimal heart health.  Mindfulness practices  are simple techniques that anyone can perform, only take minutes in many instances, and are powerfully healthy habits to focus on developing. Mindfulness practices with the following physical activities benefit heart health in various capacities: Diet – Science has shown when we concentrate on the intricate details of our meals (taste, temperature, feel, rate in which we eat, our...

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The Heart-Brain Communication Connection

The human heart is a marvelous organ that is responsible for sustaining life by pumping thousands of gallons of blood throughout the body each day.  Scientists used to think it was just a pump that drove our circulation, but it has been determined that the heart also a plays a vital role in our emotional experience, directly affecting the nervous system and our brains.  This heart-brain phenomenon has been studied by scientists and interestingly some think our hearts essentially do the “thinking and feeling out” of our environmental situations, and not the brain.   The heart-brain connection and relationship is...

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Two Minutes of Emotions

Are we in control of our emotions?  Well, sort of. Spontaneous chemical reactions in the brain/body that occur in response to an environmental (or self initiated) stimulus are uncontrollable. BUT, the ability to regain control of these emotional states returns in less than two minutes. So, in a sense, we choose how long our external environments affect our internal states and emotions. “Jill Bolte Taylor, Ph.D., author of My Stroke of Insight, says that the biological time-span of an emotion is 90 seconds.  That is the time it takes for your body to sense some event, for the brain...

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