Posts Tagged ‘Hilary Stokes’

Bodymind & The #1 Health Challenge

Posted on: June 6th, 2012 by Dr Kim Dr Hil

Heart Disease Let’s take a look at the bodymind connection as it relates to the #1 health challenge faced by men and women in North America, heart disease. It is still hard to fathom but 1 in 2.5 women will die of heart disease compared 1 in 30 from breast cancer.  Women have different symptoms […]

Mind in Your Cells

Posted on: June 6th, 2012 by Dr Kim Dr Hil

Emotional Brain According to neuroscience, emotions are processed and communicated not just in the brain as once believed, but on the outside of cells in the form of neuropeptides. Neuropeptides, discovered by researcher Candace Pert in the 1980’s, are the messenger molecules of your emotions. The discovery of neuropeptides as receptor cites on the outside […]

Mind-Body Connection

Posted on: June 6th, 2012 by Dr Kim Dr Hil

Mind in the Body, Body in the Mind What you think and feel impacts your physical body. Conversely, how you feel physically impacts your thoughts and emotions. For instance, if you feel butterflies in your stomach your mind will immediately try to find a reason as to why you are feeling this way. ‘I must […]

Your Perception, Your Reality

Posted on: May 10th, 2012 by Dr Kim Dr Hil

Internal World vs. External World When you focus on your authentic potential you adopt the belief that your lens with which you view the world is the primary shaper of your reality. Your external world predicts 10% of your well-being and potential. Your internal world determines 90% of your well-being and potential. When you learn […]

Your Potential vs. Average

Posted on: May 10th, 2012 by Dr Kim Dr Hil

Our current models of happiness and well-being are based on the study of averages. Consequently averages are considered to be the norm that you can expect to achieve. Traditional psychology research focuses on these norms or averages and determines what is possible based on what is average for most people.  It then turns its attention […]