Today’s podcast coins a brand-new word and explains why it’s so desperately needed – because words shape your thoughts, and … Continue reading Don’t Worry, Welly!
Your sense of self determines your life experience more than any other factor, so why haven’t you gotten to know … Continue reading New Course: The Power of Identity
If you could have anything in the world, or do anything you want, or be anything, which would you choose? … Continue reading Have, Do or Be?
You already know that gratitude is a great thing to have, but it’s not always easy to wrangle that thought/emotion … Continue reading The Easy Way to have an Attitude of Gratitude (& how to write your life story)
Today’s podcast discusses the ups, downs, and outs of the problem of pain. Without problems to solve, life would get … Continue reading Pain is a Problem (and your brain loves problems)
Today’s podcast asks whether you’re living an inspiring life, then explains how to do that by choosing the better of … Continue reading Are You Living an Inspiring Life?
The University of Love’s first publication: Love 301: How to Love yourself, a step-by-step guide to your ideal life experience … Continue reading Love 301: How to Love Yourself – Book Available
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39 chapters and 134 pages will change the way you think and feel about and treat yourself, even if you think you already love yourself just fine.
“Someday, after mastering the winds, the waves, the tides and gravity, we shall harness for God the energies of love, … Continue reading Love Quotes: Love Changes Everything
“Life is kinder to those who love themselves, because love attracts love and light, and repels and dispels darkness.” – … Continue reading Love Quotes: Love Attracts Love
It seems like everybody’s addicted to their smart phones these days, and we feel as if we’d suffocate if we can’t sneak a quick glance to check our messages and new likes. Some of us are addicted to food, shopping, gambling, video games, drugs, porn, and other substances/activities that momentarily soothe our nerves.
This happens because of neurotransmitter rewards. In other words, each time we get a new like or take another hit of our favorite “drug,” our brain rewards us with a quick shot of dopamine. That hit – the message, food, new shoes, etc. – isn’t what we’re actually addicted to, it’s the dopamine. All those activities are merely methods to stimulate its release.
What would happen to our world if we became addicted to loving behavior instead? To kind words, generous gestures, acts of courage and nobility, healthy self care, kindness, acceptance, and spiritual growth? Continue reading “Addicted to Love”