New Year’s Resolutions that Work with Your Brain

  Resolutions like going to the gym more often or losing 20 pounds are based on trying to control the feeling that “there’s something wrong with me being just as I am.” This feeling, called Learned Distress, is what your brain uses to automatically generate the negative moments of your life…Sometimes the control mechanism out and […]

28 Days Later

All right, what’s your big resolution for 2011? A bunch of us are committed to meditating every day for at least 5 minutes. It’s a part of a virtual practice community called 28 Days, started last year by Gibrán Rivera of IISC…

welcome | january 2011

Goodbye 2010, hello 2011! January was named after Janus, a two-faced Roman god who looked back at the old year and forward to the new year.  Even then, people were sorting out how well the previous year had gone and making resolutions for the new one.  All around the world, every culture has its own […]