You need to learn how to manage your own time and use it effectively to realize all your desires. Try to find useful morning rituals for you. They set the tone for the rest of the day. Before we start, I want to ask you something. Have you ever heard about the Stanford Marshmallow experiment? It was held in the late 60's — early 70's under the guidance of psychologist Walter Michel, who later became a Professor at Stanford University.
Mindfulness is the ability to live in the present moment and be present in it at 100%, as well as freedom from automatic patterns of behavior, thoughts and emotions, according to definition of American Mindfulness Research Association (AMRA). All that is needed for a conscious life is to transfer attention from thoughts and plans to reality itself. Those things you will see will amaze you.
Great news from the world of grey cells. My (and yours probably too) brain can be pumped like a bicep. And then our neurons will automatically produce happiness. So, well, or approximately so, arranged all in our head. Psychologist Rick Hanson told us what's really going on in your brain when you follow numerous expert advice on happiness.
ll future mothers know how important it is that the baby develops normally in the womb, surrounded by kindness, calmness and love. It is unacceptable to injure the unborn child with stresses or subject the child to the mother’s fatigue, insomnia, irritation and mood swings. Many people are saying that the rhythm of modern life does not allow for anything else, however, we strongly feel that these are all excuses
I was first drawn to float tanks by stories I’d heard that sounded like mind-altering drug trips except the people telling them were completely sober. They were, quite simply, just floating on water. I had to try it and figure out for myself what made it a life-changing experience for so many.
Have you ever had the experience of full immersion into yourself, when you completely disassociate with your body and bodily sensations, not having to stop chaotic thoughts, because it happens naturally? Such results can be provided by the flotation process, which was discovered by Dr. John Lilly during his research into the field of sensory deprivation.
People coming into the Araaragot Center for Harmonic Consciousness at 201 Brighton First Road can expect only one thing — to float. The center, nestled on a quiet Brighton Beach side street, offers the unique experience of flotation therapy in what Araaragot describes as a “unique one of a kind sensory deprivation cabin… specifically designed” to help those who immerse themselves in the experience to relax, heal and become in harmony with their environment.
Sven-Åke Bood from the Human Performance Laboratory at Karlstad University has concluded through research that a significant amount of relief can be had through regular isolation tank sessions. Three quarters of a 140 person test group experienced improvements in long-term conditions such as anxiety, stress, depression, and fibromyalgia. You can find these studies in Bood's dissertation Bending and Mending the Neurosignature: Frameworks of influence by floatation-REST.
“An isolation tank is a lightless, soundproof tank inside which subjects float in salt water at skin temperature. They were first used by John C. Lilly in 1954 to test the effects of sensory deprivation. Such tanks are now also used for meditation and relaxation and in alternative medicine. The isolation tank was originally called the sensory deprivation tank. Other names for the isolation tank include flotation tank, John C. Lilly tank, REST tank, float spa, sensory attenuation tank, and think tank.” 
How I tried a float tank and experienced the ultimate form of relaxation.
My expectations were low as the automatic lid slowly lowered and latched shut on the tank. My body was floating on the Epsom salt and water mix and a blue glow surrounded me. I hit the button next to me and was immersed in total darkness. I felt like Spock about to be launched from the Enterprise for a proper Federation burial in space.