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In the Journal of Alzheimer Disease, a 2020 study reveals that long-term consequences of COVID-19 may include:
Depression Anxiety Obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) Memory loss Poor attention Insomnia Psychosis Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) Mild cognitive impairment Accelerated brain aging Other findings point to subsequent learning problems in both children and adults. We are here to help you, family and friends with therapeutic mind and body practices.Read More
Even though we can’t control what’s going around us, we do have some control over how we react to stressful situations. According to science, there are a number of research backed practices and healthy lifestyle habits like exercise, yoga, keeping a journal, spending time in nature, and building a strong support network that can help…Read More
‘…through our negative thoughts, we can bring about illness and chronic disease in and on our body or cause suffering and blows of fate. On the other hand, through positive feeling, thinking, speaking and acting, we bring about health, inner harmony, joy, peace, happiness and contentment in ourselves.’ Gabriele, Wurzburg Vedic Counselling, Yoga Therapy and…Read More
‘When we think and talk again and again about our past, thus invoking it, so that these images become present in us, we create thought-forms of the past.
When we are at loggerheads with our fellowman for years and repeatedly talk about the reason for the strife, letting it flare up in our sensations and thoughts, we create a thought-form. When we disparage one of our fellowmen for years, that is, when we haven’t a good word to say about him, we create…Read More
This is when we have mental and physical balance in our body, mind and soul. For us to enjoy health on all levels, we must be of balanced thinking, moderate living and be open to giving and continuous learning. This combination helps to open the heart and feel the need for love and forgiveness. There can be no…Read More