Who controls the mouse?

When we perform simple or complex tasks such as writing, eating, driving a car, talking, crying or laughing, who controls when and how we perform these actions?

The answer is simple: We Do….through our brain!

The brain is responsible for thought processes, memory, learning and regulating the body as well as for construction, resurfacing and restoration. The brain analyzes and interprets the received stimuli via the senses, activates the body’s systems and creates feelings and emotions.

The brain is the most complex organ in our body the weight of which is only two percent of our total weight; but it contains approximately 100 billion neurons linked together by trillions of connection points.  It is the center of consciousness, the supreme commander involved in all processes occurring in the body…….sending commands, controlling and monitoring the actions, emotions, memories and feelings. All of these procedures are related in the...

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Take Control on your Unconscious Mind

If you’re serious about making a positive change in your life, if you’re really committed to becoming successful and create unlimited joy and abundance, if you finally want to start living your dreams whether you’re a man or woman, rich or poor, single or married or wherever you live, then consider the following.  Once you understand the Laws and exactly how to use them, you will be able to create the life you’ve always dreamed of.

What are these 7 Essential Spiritual Laws? By focusing on positive or negative thoughts one can generate positive or negative results. This belief is based upon the idea that thoughts and words are both made from “pure energy” and the belief that like energy attracts like energy over time.

It has become apparent that there are seven important spiritual Laws. Once these 7 laws are known, the next question is how can one use these laws to benefit one’s self? This is the process of first...

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Happiness Trail

 About a month ago I started to study Music for Minors II and it brought me back to my childhood.  I grew up in a musical home with a lot of joy.  I joined a band as a child, going together on trips and concerts while playing little instruments out in nature.  We also performed in nursing homes and cheered people up.  In order for the music to sound perfect, it was important to maintain harmony among the musicians. I was a playful girl and ran continuously after my older brothers copying everything they did. I remember once without thinking that I slid on a water pillar adjacent to a wall going down to a wadi and my leg got stuck between the wall and the pillar. I also used to climb on everything and stand in the middle of a see-saw to balance both sides.

Many of us live life in a seeming marathon as in a race, often forgetting to stop or to inquire and examine the learning achieved from the experience fostering growth.  Rabbi...

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