How to Eliminate Headaches and Migraines using Meditation

Mindfulness based stress reduction (MBSR) has become mainstream in alternative medicine because its practice has proven to be effective in reducing migraine headaches in clinical situations using integrative medicine. The proof of the effectiveness of MBSR is among the latest news items at Meditation / QiGong Trends around the World. Here are a few examples: […]

How to Eliminate Stress and be Happy for the Holidays

Dr. Joseph Mercola discusses important points concerning stress and anxiety in his article: Anxiety in Your Brain: What Happens When Anxiety Attacks?. I don’t hear much from the self improvement, personal growth gurus about the essential physical aspects of guarding against anxiety. Usually we hear about using affirmations, NLP, hypnosis, guided meditation, and other relaxation […]

Epigenetics, part 3: How to Program Your Genes using the Butterfly Effect

Butterfly Effect While working on a weather prediction problem one day in 1961, Edward Lorenz, using a computer to model the weather with a system of 12 basic equations, ran a program from the middle rather than the beginning — and entered parameters to three decimal places, rather than the normal six. Lorenz was surprised […]

Epigenetics: How to Program Your Genes and more, part 2

At HealingMindN, we’ve always advocated “forging our bodies in the fire of a spirits;” this is a martial arts principle which, today, also translates into esoteric healing modalities using the mind. The following post is a continuation from Epigenetics: How to Program Your Genes to Prevent Cancer, Chronic Disease, and more, part 1. At the […]

How to Cure Loneliness on Valentine’s Day and Beyond

The following article was among the latest findings in psychoneuroimmunology on the effects of loneliness: Study: Loneliness Triggers Inflammatory Illnesses Posted on: 02/09/2011 L O S A N G E L E S—U C L A researchers reported today that chronically lonely people may be at a higher risk for certain types of inflammatory […]

Face Your Fears Every Day like it’s Martin Luther King Day

From the time he assumed leadership of the Montgomery, Alabama, bus boycott in 1955 to his murder 13 years later, Martin Luther King, Jr faced hundreds of death threats. His home was bombed, with his wife and young children inside. He was hounded by J. Edgar Hoover’s FBI, which bugged his home and hotel rooms, […]

How Depression is Linked to Inflammation

Some depression might have roots in immune-generated inflammation By Katherine Harmon Oct 28, 2010 (excerpted from Scientific American) NEW YORK—The immune system works hard to keep us well physically, but might it also be partly to blame for some mental illnesses? “The immune system may play a significant role in the development of depression,” Andrew […]

How to Meditate on The Big Picture

This post is a reprint of the most recent Way of the MindGate Newsletter. Way of the MindGate Newsletter is about fulfilling the needs of others, mainly your needs in terms of mind control. In turn, the audio project I’ve been working on is all about fulfilling your needs. I’ve mentioned it in previous newsletters. […]

How We Get Our “Knee Jerk” Responses When We’re Awake

As of late, I’ve been collecting studies related to my latest work in progress, Brainstorm Trifecta, a music album that programs specific intentions during the waking state. Mainstream neuroscience studies have uncovered interesting data concerning our minds during the waking state. The following graduate study work by Timothy Bardouille has ground breaking implications which I […]