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4 Reasons to Practice Yoga for ADHD

I have found Yoga to be an extremely helpful practice to manage the issues that stem from ADHD. Additionally, the physical aspect of Hatha is extremely beneficial to counteract the side effects of the ADHD medication I take.

With any learning or psychological difficulties, the best way to manage is to balance the body, mind, and spirit, since the problem is often the result of an imbalance. For instance, in ADHD the right brain is functioning at a higher capacity than the left so there is an imbalance in the use of each. Yoga is a holistic practice so it will not cause further imbalances by strengthening one part and not another.

Ho’oponopono and Meditation for Reconciliation

Meditation I find self-induced meditation difficult; my mind does not quiet easily and the experience can be very discouraging and frustrating. Because of this, I have used many of the guided meditation videos on YouTube to help me get into a receptive state. The meditative state is receptive to affirmations, unintelligible wisdom, and altering perceptions I find it is the best place to

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V&E Tribe: 5 Ways to Beat Writer’s Brain

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Repost from Matter Writing Writer’s Brain We all know about the dreaded writer’s block. There have been countless articles and books written about how to overcome the dreaded inspiration rut, so I won’t bore you with another. What I want to talk about is the much less discussed writer’s brain. You’ve likely experienced it – a surge

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