Tag: behavior

Karma Cleanse

Karma Cleanse

Renata Palmo, Contributor Waking Times When we hear the word karma, we often hear it in the context of having done something “bad” and its consequence of justice served, well-deserved. This is a rather small vision of what karma actually is. A clearer short explanation is that the word karma in Sanskrit principally means action…and […]

By September 20, 2014 10 Comments Read More →
When Children Misbehave

When Children Misbehave

Anthony Sammeroff, Contributor Waking Times “What should I do when my children misbehave?” a client asks during a communication coaching session. If we agree that the use of force, threats and punishments are not favourable approaches because they damage the relationship between parent and child, and that bribing children will only turn them into sneaky […]

By December 13, 2013 0 Comments Read More →
Common Insecticides May Be Linked to Kids’ Behavior Problems

Common Insecticides May Be Linked to Kids’ Behavior Problems

Dr. Mercola Waking Times Organophosphate pesticides are known for their hazards to human health. Prenatal exposure, for example, has been linked to delayed brain development, reduced IQ, and attention deficits1. As a result, pyrethroids2—synthetic chemicals derived from natural chemicals found in chrysanthemums—have risen in popularity over the past decade.  There are currently more than 3,500 […]

By November 15, 2013 0 Comments Read More →
Pattern Interruptions

Pattern Interruptions

Wesley Anderson, Guest Waking Times The human brain learns habits, that is patterns of behavior, throughout a lifetime. A great many of those habits are useful and worthwhile. Who would want to have to re-think the matter of getting dressed in the morning each and every day? And then, there are those patterns of behavior […]

By November 9, 2013 1 Comments Read More →
Plant/Human Symbiosis and the Fall of Humanity

Plant/Human Symbiosis and the Fall of Humanity

Trevor Smith, Guest Writer Waking Times There are many mysterious anomalies about human evolution yet to be adequately explained. These include the human brains rapid expansion in size and complexity, why this accelerating expansion suddenly stalled roughly 200,000 years ago and our brains have been shrinking ever since, and why our rare glimpses of genius goes […]

10 Benefits of Hypnotherapy

10 Benefits of Hypnotherapy

Charlotte Whitelock, Guest Writer Waking Times Hypnotherapy is a powerful and effective tool for making massive improvements to your health and wellbeing, and providing you find a caring, professional Hypnotherapist, it can also be extremely relaxing and refreshing, a bit like having a massage for your mind. Hypnotherapy has come a long way since the […]

By April 8, 2013 1 Comments Read More →
Why Do People Commit To Behavior Which Consistently Lacks Moral or Ethical Principles

Why Do People Commit To Behavior Which Consistently Lacks Moral or Ethical Principles

Charlie Anderson, Prevent Disease Waking Times Call it what you like…thirst for control, money, power, greed, lust or simply a lack of conscience. Does good behavior lead to more good behavior and by the same token does bad behavior lead to more of the bad? The answer depends on our ethical mindset, according to new […]

By March 8, 2013 10 Comments Read More →
Unplug From the Lie – The Solution Starts WIth You

Unplug From the Lie – The Solution Starts WIth You

Catherine Lamb and Elaine McLellan, Guest Writers Waking Times Good ideas abound, presented by caring individuals with skills and knowledge to share; organic gardens, survival skills, the promise of new industry and medicine from hemp and cannabis, etc. It truly does offer hope. Solutions swirl around us like a storm yet we remain paralyzed and […]

By December 19, 2012 6 Comments Read More →