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Overall health and physical fitness Self-Talk Audio

Overall health and physical fitness is a Self-Talk audio program designed to help start the day with zest for life and a positive outlook on the day. The audio is designed to help the listener make positive changes. Whether you wish to give up an addiction, loose weight , stop smoking, exercise more or just adjust your attitude this audio is made for you. The focus is on responsibility.

This audio Copyright 2006 by Gene Wilson and Talktoyourself.com

I am alive An Audio for Healthy Eating E-0001 Free MP3 Download

Here is a script I have written about healthy eating. It is encoded with binaural audio to have greater success in internalizing the messages in the audio. This audio has been created using the Schumann Resonance and it reported to have widely different effect on different people, some even say strange effects.

You can try this audio with or without headphones as it will work with or without the headphones. The effect will be heightened if headphones are used.

You should try this when you have some free time ahead of you to see how it affects you. Then after you determine it is useful to you perhaps you would play it one hour before eating or preparing each meal and as many other times as you deem useful.

The text of the script is below in italics:

I am alive!

I’m glad I’m alive!

My life is important to me and I care for it in many ways.

I make choices to have a good and healthy life.

I choose what I eat and the quantities I eat.. I choose the times that I eat and the places where I eat. I choose who I am with, when I eat. I make these decisions to have a healthy mind in a healthy body. I enjoy taking good care of myself today in every way. I make good choices for myself and do not accept the urges and demands of my old habits when they are not good choices. I make good choices today in all areas of my life, including what I eat, when I eat, the quantities I eat, and who I eat with.

I question my thoughts and impulses about food. I make good choices about everything in my life today, including food.

When I eat, I take a deep breath before beginning and say to myself, this is fuel for my healthy body. I look at the food before beginning my meals and mentally comment to myself that, eating is good and healthy for me. I eat slowly, often putting my knife, fork and spoon on the table and chewing slowly. I savor the taste of the food knowing it is fuel for my body.

It is good to provide good nutritious food for my body. I deserve to enjoy eating good healthy food. I deserve to have a healthy mind and body. I deserve to enjoy life and I make the choices that make it reality for me. I am worthy of happiness and taking care of my body and my physical health is part of living a happy life.

I care about myself!

I care about others and I know I must care for myself before I can truly care about others. I must help myself first. Today I take good care of myself by eating good healthy food. I eat good food in healthy quantities. I eat at carefully chosen times. I eat slowly and think about the purpose of food in my life.

When an emotional issue arises I know that food is not the answer for me. I know there are other tools to deal with emotions. Food is fuel for my body. I use food as fuel for my body. I use other tools for other life situations.

I am proud of myself for the care and attention I give my self and my eating habits. My body is becoming healthier and healthier each day and even each moment as I realize how committed I am to being healthy.

It is never advisable to drive or operate machinery while listening to binaural audio unless you have previewed the program and determined you remain alert and safe during play.

This audio program is provided without warranty, as is.

I and this site are not therapists, do not provide therapeutic advice and are not medical professionals. Please consult you medical professional if you have any questions regarding the suitability of this program for you.

This audio program Copyright © 2007 by Gene Wilson and talktoyourself.com.
Gene

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As a Man Thinketh Audio MP3 Free Download

James Allen

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The book, As A Man Thinketh, has inspired millions around the world and been a major influence in the self-improvement industry.

The author, James Allen was born in Leicester, England in 1864 and worked as a personal secretary for an executive of a large English corporation until 1902. At the age of 38 he retired to writing and moved with his wife to a small cottage at Ilfracombe, in Devon England. He wrote more than 20 works before passing away suddenly at the age of 48.

As A Man Thinketh, has influenced many contemporary writers including Norman Vincent Peale, Earl Nightingale, Denis Waitley and Tony Robbins, Shad Helmstetter, and others.

As A Man Thinketh was James Allen’s second book and the work which is most popular today.

The work may arguably be said to have started the modern self help genre. It is a classic with timeless wisdom which is a useful today as it was in 1902 when it was first published. The language is filled with instructions and hints on how to master the ship of destiny and plot a course to arrive at that place where we, in our hearts and our thoughts, wish to arrive.

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A Gene to Better Remember Traumatic Events

A Gene to Better Remember Traumatic Events: Scientific American
A Gene to Better Remember Traumatic Events
Gene variant found in 30 percent of Caucasian population and 12 percent of African-Americans leads to more vivid recollections of emotionally powerful episodes—both good and bad
By Nikhil Swaminathan

The above is a great article published in Scientific American which may explain why some people remember traumatic events so vividly and others in the same events do not have the inense memories.

It would at least in part explain why some individuals suffer from PTSD Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, and others involved in the same event have less or no problems as a result.

Click on the link at the top of this post to read the complete original article.

Learn to Manage Emotions

» Learn to Manage Emotions – Psych Central News
Learn to Manage Emotions
By: Psych Central Senior News Editor
on Thursday, Jul, 26, 2007

Reviewed by: John M. Grohol, Psy.D.
on July 26, 2007 at 11:31 am

Managing emotions is an arduous task for some but a skill that is essential to success in business and personal relationships. Often individuals who can not manage their emotions choose dangerous or destructive courses of action.

Emotional control, a trait associated with adulthood, is best learned during adolescence, a life period often characterized by wide swings of powerful emotions.

“There’s a stereotype that teens don’t manage their emotions, their emotions manage them,” said Reed Larson, a professor of family ecology at the University of Illinois.

Accordingly, Larson and colleagues studied if teenagers can be taught to manage their emotions. Their article is published in this month’s journal of Child Development.

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