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Google’s “Scientifically Proven” Secret to Happiness

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Go on, get happier! A Google engineer reveals a three-step secret to happiness and backs his claims with scientific studies. This post from CNN discusses Google’s algorithm for happiness and investigates how well are the claims supported by existing research. Deep inside the global tech behemoth Google sits an engineer with an unusual job description: to make people happier and ... Read More »

Improve Your Intelligence by Changing Your Daily Routine

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Tweak your daily routine because it’s the small actions, taken every day, that add up over time to enrich your life and make you smarter. This post from Inc.com discusses how changing your daily routine can actually enhance your intelligence. The inner workings of the human brain are still one of humanity’s great mysteries. As neuroscience has advanced, we’ve learned ... Read More »

22 Quotes to See the World from the Eyes of Albert Einstein

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Albert Einstein was more than just a great physicist. His insightful views and witty wisdom shine through from his quotes. This post from Lifehack compiles a list of some of his most famous quotes giving you a glimpse of his genius. Albert Einstein is arguably the most famous physicist of all time. His theory of relativity forever changed the way we ... Read More »

Understanding Illusion and Universal Reality

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When you change your attitude, your view of the sense world changes as well. The first step to real wisdom is a deep understanding of what is reality and what is illusion. This post from Elephant Journal helps in understanding the nature of universal reality of all relative existence. Tibetan texts on tantric yoga sometimes say that you should see ... Read More »

Harvard Research Shows How Meditation Changes Mental Activity

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A Harvard neuroscientist, one of the first to show that practicing meditation causes structural changes in the brain, shares how meditation works. This post from Tech Insider describes the major changes a regular meditation practice brings about in your mental activity. Mindfulness meditation is incredibly popular right now. According to the National Institute of Health, 18 million people in the US have ... Read More »

Is That Complacency in The Garb of Gratitude?

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If gratitude is forcing you to maintain a status quo long past a change is due, take a hard, honest look to see if complacency has made a place for itself in your life. This post from Mind Body Green explores the possibility of being too grateful. Being grateful is one of the most effective ways to create an abundant ... Read More »

Higher Anxiety Linked to Higher IQ, Social Anxiety to Greater Empathy

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Researchers studying anxiety, the most common mental health diagnosis among adults, claim that a little bit of anxiety could be incredibly beneficial in the most unexpected ways. This post from FEEL Guide summarizes the findings of these research studies on anxiety and social anxiety. Although Western medicine has radically transformed our world for the better, and given rise to some of the most ... Read More »

6 Negative Thoughts That Are Not Letting You Succeed

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In this post from Lifehack, Oskar Nowik points out 6 negative thoughts that can prevent you from succeeding. Have any of these negative affirmations rented space in your head? If so, throw them out and make way for success. Toxic beliefs are serious barriers when it comes to becoming successful. This article will show you why should abandon the negative ... Read More »