Stress isn’t just how we feel, it creates physiological changes that effect our entire body. We can bring positive physiological changes to our body by learning to master stress in our life.
Thoughts are electrochemical events, taking place within nerve cells, and these chemical changes inevitably invoke parallel chemical and hormonal changes throughout the body—Alastair Cunningham, PhD.
“There is no clear dividing line between a person’s philosophy and physiology.” William James made that statement a hundred years before modern biofeedback and fMRI could demonstrate it. In the 1920s, Swiss physician Bruno Bloch proved that he was able to cure thousands of people from all over Europe with a fancy looking, but worthless […]
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