Article by A J Kumar: Affirmations – in my experience they do work. It’s a matter of creating a different habit pathway, one that is positive rather than negative. See more at the link below:
“If you’ve read my past posts, you know I think that the “Law of Attraction” – by itself – is pretty much bogus. I mean, really – you can sit around on the couch all day, wishing and hoping for a fit body, a million dollars and a supermodel girlfriend. But until you actually take action to bring about these dreams, you’re not going to get an inch closer to achieving your goals.
Unfortunately, the universe isn’t just sitting around, waiting to fulfill your every desire. Instead, you’ve got to bring about the changes you want through a combination of concerted effort and mental re-programming.”
Go here: http://paper.li/pinagency/1306815874 (Accessed 04/05/2012).
Interesting piece by Doug Belshaw on the topic.
“It was only about two weeks ago that I found out I’m a bit weird. I was listening to an episode of BBC Radio 4′s All In The Mind (listen), part of which was dedicated to synaesthesia. I didn’t realise that something I experience all the time actually qualifies as a mild form of the condition!
But what is synaesthesia? Nature defines it in the following way:
An unusual ‘mixing of the senses’ in which a stimulus in one sensory modality (for example, a sound) elicits a percept in another modality (such as visual perception of a colour).
All In The Mind explained that this definition can be widened to include something both I and my mother experience: conceiving of time as being physically and spatially located. It’s difficult to explain this in words, and my perspective and view on time changes depending on the period I’m ‘looking at’. ”
Read more at: http://dougbelshaw.com/blog/2008/07/17/synaesthesia-migraines-and-creativity/#.T5zuDquJQ0E (Accessed 29/04/2012).
Article from Wired Magazine – great ideas by Jonah Lehrer – This article was taken from the May 2012 issue of Wired magazine.
“According to a recent survey of 1,500 chief executives from all over the world, the most important skill they seek in employees is creativity. New ideas, after all, are the ultimate source of economic growth.
But this only raises the question: how can we generate more creativity? How can we inspire people to have more new ideas? If we designed a workplace that was all about maximising innovation, then what would that workplace look like? What follows is a short list of scientifically tested ideas that can boost the imagination, transforming the typical office into a wellspring of creativity.”
Go here to read more: http://www.wired.co.uk/magazine/archive/2012/05/features/the-new-rules-of-creativity