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What People Don’t Realize About Spiritual Healing And Development

Spiritual healing and development is one of the best ways to get a sense of well being and contentment. By healing yourself spiritually and developing in any way you can, you’ll likely become a better person and improve your life in so many ways. However, there are a few things you may not realize about heading down the spiritual path. Read on to find out what they are…

It Might Get Worse Before It Gets Better

When you take a spiritual path, things usually get worse before they get better. This is because it tends to bring up a bunch of stuff you may have been ignoring, or things you may not have dealt with properly yet. Life is all about learning lessons, and if you haven’t learned yours, you’re going to have the same situations and feelings crop up until you do. There’s a lesson to be learned in everything, and you may need to deal with things like past trauma before you can move forward. This can be painful but so worth it.

Meditation Shouldn’t Be Optional

You should have a few spiritual practices that aren’t negotiable, and meditation should really be one of them. You don’t just have to sit still to meditate. You can do walking meditations, and even meditate as you shower or go about your chores. You can do this by adopting some kind of affirmation or breathing practice.

However, if you would like to try the traditional form of meditation, there are so many apps out there to help you. Not only is mediation perfect for spiritual healing, it will help you to develop at the same time. Sticking to a short practice each day can be difficult, but again, it’s worth it. 10-15 minutes every day is only a very short percentage of your day, and the benefits you’ll get from meditation can be vast.

Natural Methods Are Always Best

Natural methods of spiritual healing and development are always best. Some people try to use illegal, dangerous substances to help on their journeys, but this isn’t recommended. Instead, you can look at sites like Ibogahealing.com to get the best results on your path.

Negative Thoughts Are Slowing You Down

We all have negative thoughts from time to time, about ourselves, our lives, and others. These thoughts are slowing you down. Training your brain to stop entertaining and reaching for these thoughts can be hard, but you should notice huge improvements in your life. The way you judge others says more about you than it does about them.

You Probably Won’t Reach Enlightenment

This might sound like a bad thing to you, but reaching enlightenment like Jesus or Buddha is extremely difficult, almost impossible, and becoming obsessed with this state can really slow you down. This isn’t to say you never ever will (there are infinite possibilities in this universe), but getting too focused on it as an end result may prevent you from progressing in the long run, and you might get stuck in ‘ego mode’ without realizing it.

Ally Gonzales is the creator of RunningSoleGirl. The go-to place for everything healthy lifestyle and conditioning for running. She’s a runner, speaks a total of five languages, and is a soon-to-be college freshman majoring in Exercise and Sports Science.

5 Simple Ways to Get Your Beach Body

We all want to look fabulous in our bikinis and swim costumes, but how do we do it? Sometimes it can be hard to maintain a rigorous diet, especially if you have a busy schedule to work around. No more confusion, because here are just a few simple tips on how to get that sexy body for this summer.

Walk Instead of Driving

Not only is it good for you physically, but the mental benefits are fantastic too. A few moments of fresh air is great for the brain and helps you to clear your head. It gives you a chance to think things through like ‘what holiday do I want this year?’ Or ‘where do I see myself in 10 years?’. If you’re walking with someone, it’s even better. This gives you time to socialize, instead of having the pressure of driving to ruin it. So next time you need to pop down to the corner shop, think about walking instead.

Get Down to the Gym

Working out at the gym at least 4 times a week, for one hour, is a fantastic way to get into shape. Not only is it good for your body, but it’s great for your mental wellbeing. It gets your brain stimulated and pumped up for the day ahead! If you’re just starting, take it easy. Whether it’s doing cardio or muscles, keep it at a steady pace for the first few weeks. Even if you’re unable to go to the gym for the day, slot some time in to do some exercise at home. A portable sit-up bench from an online store, such as Sportzbits would do just the trick.

Eat Breakfast Every Day

Start your day off properly and enjoy a healthy breakfast. You know that myth about it being the most important meal of the day? Well, that’s true. Eating breakfast stops you from snacking, and it makes you less hungry, which means you eat smaller sized meals throughout the day.

Cut Back on Fatty Foods

We can all agree that’s it tempting to eat that chocolate bar over the healthier options, but at the end of the day, it may taste better, but it’s not helping us to lose weight. Also, instead of eating a takeaway, try experimenting with more healthy foods in the kitchen. Not only does it save you money, but it’s a fun, new hobby to get involved with. There are tons of blogs dedicated to healthy and unique dishes, for example, Sprouted Kitchen to get you on the right track.

Set Goals

Lastly, be realistic with yourself and set goals. Losing weight or toning your body won’t happen overnight. Buy a calendar or a diary to keep track of what you are doing to achieve your beach body and keep working towards it. You could even use websites such as, MyFitnessPal which keep track of your calories and help you to follow a particular diet. Have a fitness buddy too! You and your friend/partner could set goals together and work as a team.

Follow these steps, and you’ll be well on your way to looking good for this summer!

Ally Gonzales is the creator of RunningSoleGirl. The go-to place for everything healthy lifestyle and conditioning for running. She’s a runner, speaks a total of five languages, and is a soon-to-be college freshman majoring in Exercise and Sports Science.

The Struggle Of Staying Healthy

No one embarks on a fitness program with the view that they’ll ever end up back where they started. You take a breath and begin counting calories, eating healthily, or start a gym routine and when you do it you do it with the best intentions. Than watch the pounds fall off and the inches shrink away all due to your hard work and determination. You eat better than ever and you finally make it to goal weight

Once you get to goal weight, you must adjust your currently weight loss lifestyle to suit one of maintenance and that’s where most people slip up and fall. Getting healthy is one thing, staying healthy? That’s a big struggle. It’s not because you don’t want to keep up the lifestyle you’ve achieved, but it’s a transition from losing weight to maintenance and reverting to old habits can seem so easy! Whether you’ve achieved your goal by yourself at home, or you’ve achieved your goal with the help of a weight loss clinic, it isn’t easy to stay at that goal weight and it takes a lot more grit than losing the weight in the first place. With these tips, you can keep the weight off and enjoy life as much as you always have at your goal weight:

Remember the Changes

The key to keeping the weight off and staying at your ideal weight is down to the long-term changes you make. The changes you made with your food need to stay the same or as close as possible. By sticking to lower calories and upping your protein intake, you can feel fuller for longer and be less likely to snack throughout the day.

Planning is Key

Planning your meals and sticking to that plan is going to help you maintain healthier eating habits. This includes eating out and family events that involve food – plan for those meals out so that you can make informed decisions. There’s no reason you can’t enjoy a night out with your friends – if you stick to your plan you can be happy and comfortable.

Keep up the Activity

Your exercise routine may have been vigorous while you’ve been losing the weight so scale back slightly and change up your routine. Instead of working out seven days a week, aim for five instead!

Support will always help. Talk to your doctor, your friends and your family about your weight loss and your maintenance goals. You need to have the right support to maintain how well you’ve done.

Ultimately, your health is going to depend on your level of willpower and your ability to stick with your new, healthy habits instead of thinking that just because you’ve reached your goal, you’ll be able to keep your new health and fitness with pizza! Reverting to old habits will also revert you back to that mental health state you were in before you embarked on your fitness journey. Don’t go back there, stay focused and stay healthy.

Ally Gonzales is the creator of RunningSoleGirl. The go-to place for everything healthy lifestyle and conditioning for running. She’s a runner, speaks a total of five languages, and is a soon-to-be college freshman majoring in Exercise and Sports Science.

Exercising? You Need These Nutrients

You need to eat well while you’re exercising. Otherwise, you’re simply not going to get all the benefits possible from your activities. But it’s worth finding out how precisely you should eat when you’re exercising.It’s not enough to say “eat well” – you need to know what nutrients your body actually requires!

Sodium

Many people may cringe upon hearing the word “sodium” in relation to health; they know it essentially means you need to think about the inclusion of salt in your diet. But isn’t that a big no-no? Actually, exercise makes you lose sodium very quickly, and if you don’t replenish that sodium then you can experience cramps. Low sodium levels in the long-term can cause hyponatremia. That’s why sports drinks have added salt in them!

Zinc

When you don’t get enough zinc, your oxygen intake can become negatively affected. So if your exercise is focused largely on cardiovascular and endurance activities (and what good exercise routine doesn’t at least feature these things?), then you need to pay attention to your zinc levels. It’s also great for helping to keep testosterone levels up, which is something that will become increasingly important for men approaching middle-age! Chickpeas, spinach, cashews, and mushrooms are fantastic ways to get zinc into your system. (Psst – so is dark chocolate!)

Omega-3

If you’re working on cardiovascular activities, then you need to keep your heart healthy. And there are few nutrients out there better at protecting your heart than omega-3. To many, this means you need to consume fish and fish oil – something that worries vegetarians and vegans! But omega-3 can be found in abundance in berries, seeds, mangoes, and leafy greens. Precisely the kind of things you can combine in a Ninja blender to make a tasty and nutrient-packed smoothie!

Magnesium

When you exercise vigorously, you’re actually putting your bones through quite the ringer. Those frequent hard impacts that accompany running can cause problems if you’re not keeping up your bone strength. Calcium is usually considered the obvious nutrient when it comes to bone strength, but you mustn’t forget about magnesium. It also helps you retain muscle strength. After all, your muscles take similar punishment during rigorous exercise! Avocados and bananas are great sources – they’re also rich in potassium, helping you maintain your energy levels. (Psst – dark chocolate also contains a lot of magnesium! Seriously, don’t underestimate dark chocolate. But, y’know, don’t pig out on it, either.)

Vitamins B, C, D, and E

It might be a safe assumption that you need all the lettered vitamins when you’re exercising regularly. But it’s good to understand why these ones, in particular, are so important. Vitamin B helps you metabolize fats and proteins, an essential function for people who exercise. (Vegans will probably need to take supplements to keep their levels up!) Vitamin C helps prevent shortness of breath during and after exercise, so stock up on oranges and grapefruit!

Vitamin D – the sunshine vitamin – helps the mitochondria in your muscles regenerate energy during exercise. This helps you maintain endurance. As for vitamin E – well, vitamin E is just really good at preventing illness. And few things disrupt your exercise routine quite like being ill!

Ally Gonzales is the creator of RunningSoleGirl. The go-to place for everything healthy lifestyle and conditioning for running. She’s a runner, speaks a total of five languages, and is a soon-to-be college freshman majoring in Exercise and Sports Science.

“Targeted” Weight Loss Is A Myth

We all have an area of our body that we’re not happy with. Or, particularly not happy with.

For some, it’s the classics. You wish your waist was more nipped in, that your hips were narrower, that your upper arms were tauter. Perhaps you wish for slimmer thighs or a jawline that’s tight to the bone.

For others, it’s the less obvious areas. A slimmer upper back, so bra straps glaze effortlessly over the skin rather than creating the dreaded ‘back fat’. Perhaps you think your wrists should be more slender, or you daydream of the perfect neck nape that can arch like a swan.

We all have these areas – it’s one of the most uniting things, in fact. While you may be generally satisfied with the rest of your body, there’s always something that stands out as being in need of attention.

The Myth of “Targeted Weight Loss”

Unfortunately, the fact that these concerns are fairly universal opens them up to exploitation. There are more than enough unscrupulous companies who will take this knowledge and decide to run with it, offering a solution – in exchange for a lot of money, of course – that can conquer our body demon area once and for all.

With this problem, the snake-oil style sales tactics focus on the idea of “targeted weight loss”. They will sell you a product or a vegetable (lest we forget that the lobbying industry for vegetables is very much a thing – how else would a nonentity like kale have gone from an unknown to a must-have?) that is going to be able to target a specific area of your body.

Eat tomatoes to limit your stomach fat!

Fed up of your upper arms? You need yams!

And so on and so forth.

Some Of The Hype Is Based In Reality

Sometimes, what’s being advertised is a positive thing. Telling people to eat more tomatoes is never a bad thing; they’re extremely nutritious and many of the compounds they contain will help with fat loss. But there’s no way of helping with a certain area. It just doesn’t exist, it’s not possible, that’s not how the human body works.

It’s equivalent to those painkillers that tell you that they are for a specific type of pain, such as headaches or period pain. That’s marketing nonsense (and Australia, for example, have banned them as a result). It’s the same with diet and foods; they can’t target a particular area.

So What Does Work?

If you have a defined concern, then you should address it first and foremost through diet. There’s no doubt that general calorie control coupled with these weight loss ideas can help reduce your overall intake and improve your nutrition, which is the first step to tackling a stubborn area.

With that ticked off, target an area through exercise rather than diet. Research specific toning exercises for the area you’re concerned about, listen to your body energy levels and then try to do them regularly. It might not be an exciting, cure-all answer, but it’s a method that has one preference over the wild claims…

… It will actually work.

Ally Gonzales is the creator of RunningSoleGirl. The go-to place for everything healthy lifestyle and conditioning for running. She’s a runner, speaks a total of five languages, and is a soon-to-be college freshman majoring in Exercise and Sports Science.

Why It’s Important to Listen To Your Body

Taking care of your body when you are exercising should be your top priority. Without the body there to do the job, you can’t focus your energy into what you enjoy/is good for you. From eating the right food to listening to what your body is wanting and needing, it can be a pretty tough gig to constantly follow up everything that is happening. But there are some things that you may not be noticing with your body that could be a sign of something more meaningful and important going on. Here’s why it’s important to listen to your body.

Sleep

If you’re not feeling refreshed from a good night’s sleep, you probably aren’t getting the amount of hours that you need. Although the recommended is a solid 8 hours, there are few people who can actually achieve this – we wake ourselves up more so than we should by looking at our smartphones in the middle of the night to check the time, or stresses and worries can start to creep upon us. Think about when the last time you slept through solidly was. If you can’t remember, it may be time to start going to bed earlier to try and get your 8 hours in. Another cause of feeling tired and restless when you wake up is sleep apnoea. This can come in two forms – obstructive and central – and it restricts your breathing so that your body isn’t getting enough oxygen while it is trying to rest. A simple sleep test will be able to determine whether or not you have it.

Heart Health

Most people aren’t aware of their heart rate and how fast it is meant to beat – it’s usually between 60 to 100 beats per minute, with a rise considered for exercise. It can be hard to constantly keep a check of your ticker, but if you feel like it’s not working as it should be it’s time to get it checked out before it’s too late. Even an irregular heartbeat can be a sign of something more serious; atrial fibrillation, or afib for short, is a condition that is brought on by a malfunction of the electrical system to your heart. Looking up afib information online is easy and can help massively with keeping you alert to the sign and symptoms of it.

Limbs

Pain in your arms and legs during or after exercise is commonly associated with going a bit too hard on your work out, but if it’s lasting any time longer than it should (a couple of days at the most), and you are feeling completely exhausted by what you have done, it could be a sign of adrenal fatigue. The best thing you can do is head to a doctor to get diagnosed and make sure that you’re not suffering more than you should be.

What’re Your Thoughts

Taking care of your body is of the utmost important, but it’s hard to do it unless you’re really considering the signs and symptoms it is offering to you. If you’re feeling unwell or unusual, don’t consider it as a one-off – get it checked out.

Ally Gonzales is the creator of RunningSoleGirl. The go-to place for everything healthy lifestyle and conditioning for running. She’s a runner, speaks a total of five languages, and is a soon-to-be college freshman majoring in Exercise and Sports Science.

Indulge Your Spine

Your spine is a crucial part of your body. Without it, you couldn’t walk or even hold yourself upright. That’s why when something goes wrong with it, it can cause so much damage to your quality of life. A bad back can affect what you do on your job, as well as your personal life. The good news is that there are plenty of things you can do to give your spine healthy. Here’s some advice.

Let Your Spine Rest While You Sleep

Most people like to sleep on their sides or their front. This is natural, and something most of us have done since childhood. But sleeping on your side might not be such a good idea when it comes to looking after your spine; especially if you have a  herniated disc. It’s usually a much better idea to sleep on your back and ensure that the spine isn’t twisting. For extra support, put a pillow under your knees.

Your choice of mattress and pillows s also very important when it comes to looking after your back. According to Spine-Health, people suffering from back pain should choose a mattress that evenly distributes their weight, taking any unnecessary pressure off the spine itself.

Exercise To Strengthen Core Muscles

Another reason why people run into back pain trouble is that their core muscles aren’t strong enough relative to the demands they place on their backs. Weak muscles around the lower back, as well as the abdomen, mean that the body cannot adequately support the spine itself, leading to strain and damage, especially when moving in unfamiliar directions.

The solution to this problem is rather simple: train abdominal and other core muscles so that they become stronger. Abdominal muscles can be trained through a variety of simple exercises in no more than 15 minutes a day.

Buy Shoes To Support Your Spine

The type of shoes that you wear have a significant impact on the health of your back, whether you’re a keen hiker or just walk to work in the mornings. It turns out that shoes play an important role in how well supported your lower back is. The best shoes, including walking boots, provide a lot of support to your feet, keeping the legs and the lower spine in alignment. Of particular importance is the area around the back of the heels. This part of the shoe needs to be snug if your foot is to be supported.

Our bodies were designed to walk barefoot, so in some cases, the shoes themselves might be the problem. Shoes cause us to walk very slightly differently to how nature intended because of the fact that the soles of shoes are different to those of our feet. The good news is that you don’t have to walk barefoot everywhere if you don’t want to. There are not shoes by companies like Vibram that mold to the shape of your feet – and even your individual toes – allowing you the feeling of walking barefoot without exposing your feet to the elements. People who walk barefoot or in shoes that mimic the effect tend to have a better gait and, therefore, a healthier back.

Grab A Regular Massage

By now, the benefits of massage are well-documented. Not only does massage increase the supply of nutrients and oxygen to the muscles of the back, but it also helps to release endorphins – natural feel-good factors. These endorphins are a type of natural painkiller; relieving the body of ailments and helping you to get on with your day.

Studies have shown that people who suffer from back pain but take regular massages can reduce their intake of painkillers; some of which can have detrimental side effects. Researchers believe that this might have something to do with the fact that massage helps to bring healing nutrients to affected sites around the back, speeding up the healing process.

You can indulge your spine by going to the spa next to your gym or having a massage therapist visit your home.

Practice Good Ergonomics While Sitting

The media has been harping on about how sitting is the new smoking. And while it remains to be seen whether sitting all day really is as bad as puffing your way through a pack of 20, anybody who has a bad back knows how sitting can aggravate it further.

Anybody who sits at a desk knows that there is a tendency to either lean into the computer screen or slouch back; which can stress the delicate discs in our spine. Official advice, therefore, is to avoid long periods of sitting wherever possible; including regularly getting up on your feet to go to the toilet or make a drink.

What’re Your Thoughts?

Ally Gonzales is the creator of RunningSoleGirl. The go-to place for everything healthy lifestyle and conditioning for running. She’s a runner, speaks a total of five languages, and is a soon-to-be college freshman majoring in Exercise and Sports Science.

Upgrade Your Day With A Healthy Morning Routine

Don’t sabotage your day before it even gets started. Establish a healthy morning routine to boost energy, productivity, and your overall sense of well-being. And it’s not difficult to achieve.

#1 Good Mornings Start With a Good Night

How often do you wake up and feel tired, sluggish and reluctant to face the day? How you operate in the morning depends on how well you slept the night before. Follow some simple steps to improve your sleeping patterns and the quality of your sleep.

  • Stop drinking caffeine four to six hours before bedtime. Caffeine is a stimulant and will keep you awake.
  • Nicotine is also a stimulant and should be avoided before bed.
  • Don’t drink just before bed to avoid getting up to go to the loo in the night.
  • Establish a wind-down period an hour or so before you get into bed by turning off your phone and the TV and doing something relaxing. This could be a warm bath, reading a book, or listening to an audiobook, etc.
  • Ensure your bedroom is as dark as possible and block out any light with blackout blinds or curtains.
  • Experiment with the temperature to find the best sleeping conditions for you.
  • Aim for at least seven hours sleep per night.
  • Write your to-do list a couple of hours before going to bed. This will get all those pesky things out of your head and onto paper.

#2 Breathe or Meditate

When the alarm clock sounds how do you feel? Are you happy to face the day? Do you feel stressed and overwhelmed with the number of tasks you have to get through? If it’s the latter, some gentle breathing exercises could help first thing. Deep breathing or seven/eleven breathing will calm a racing heart and send signals to the brain that you’re safe and don’t need a fight or flight response.

Meditation is beneficial at any time of the day but practiced in the morning it will calm your mind and set you up for the tasks ahead. You don’t need any fancy equipment and it can be practiced in the comfort of your own home. Some people prefer yoga, which exercises the body too.

#3 The Most Important Meal of The Day

Imagine your body as an engine or a car. In order to function at maximum capacity, it needs fuel. The better the quality of that fuel, the better it will run. Try introducing some superfoods to your breakfast. But do I really need superfoods, you ask.The answer is yes. Superfoods are so-called because they provide you with vitamins, minerals, and other nutrients that have a positive effect on the body. They’re not difficult to introduce into your diet. Many are available in powdered form and can be sprinkled on your cereals or smoothie.

Drinking water in the morning when you wake up is also beneficial. Remember, you haven’t eaten or drank anything for seven hours or more, so your body and brain are in need of hydration. If you can’t do without your morning coffee, make it as healthy as possible.

What’re Your Thoughts?

If you want to supercharge your days, start with a gentle and healthy morning routine. Start tomorrow. It may take a few days for you to get into the swing of things but you’ll start noticing a difference. Great days start with a great morning.

Ally Gonzales is the creator of RunningSoleGirl. The go-to place for everything healthy lifestyle and conditioning for running. She’s a runner, speaks a total of five languages, and is a soon-to-be college freshman majoring in Exercise and Sports Science.

Guest Post: 7 Simple Ways to Nourish Your Soul and Mind

Nourishing the soul and mind does not require complex techniques and methods but just simple and pure methods. The below highlighted methods are not only powerful but simple to implement and practiced over a long period of time brings in a feeling of empowerment and emotional balance –Simple focused breathing – breath is the connection between body –

#1. Simple focused breathing –

Breath is the connection between body – mind and soul. Think bout this, the breath is our only companion from the day we are born till we ‘leave’ and yet we are mostly not conscious about it as it keeps working on an auto pilot mode. Majority of breathing exercises practiced as a part of yoga and other sciences point towards the same. Daily practice of ‘Conscious breathing’ will bring in some deep nourishment for the mind, body and soul.

Method – Just find a place where you can be undisturbed for at least 10 minutes, sit with your spine strain and eyes closed. Closing eyes will just help focus better. For 10 minutes’ focus on deep abdominal breathing, deep yet relaxed and just feel the energy moving throughout the body. Start with 5 minutes everyday and then can be extended to 10 minutes after a couple of weeks. Practice this on an empty stomach.

#2. Maintain a Journal –

Handwriting bypasses the conscious mind and gets imprinted onto the subconscious mind. As a daily practice, you can write – happy moments of the day, achievements of the day, etc. Even writing down beautiful affirmations and belief statement like – ‘I love myself totally and completely,’ ‘Life is filled with magic and miracles,’ ‘I am one with the Universe’ etc. can definitely be a great exercise for the mind and soul.

#3. Conscious Quality Time –

Investing some conscious quality time with your family in the evening is a great activity for the soul. Spending quality time with ‘people who matter’ also works on a spiritual level. This quality time is just to talk something nice, laughter, etc. DO not adulterate this time with multitasking. It cannot be combined with television, or your official emails – just the time with your family!!!!

#4. Respect your body –

Your body is your nearest temple. The physical dimension of the soul and the mind is the body. One way of nourishing the soul and mind is to nourish the body. Respect your body by eating the right foods and not abusing it with wrong foods and addictions. Soul foods are the ones which are not dense and heavy, very subtle light in the stomach – veggies, salads and alkaline diet is a great way.

#5. Self Hypnosis –

Hypnosis is nothing but a method to access the subconscious mind. The subconscious is believed to be 6000 times stronger than the conscious mind and becomes the seat of beliefs and values. Using Self Hypnosis methods can be useful to empower the mind, change beliefs and patterns. You can find lots of self-hypnosis audios online, and you can also find a link at http://www.harrishsairaman.com/category/self-hypnosis/

#6. Sound Therapy –

Sound therapy as a modality is huge and cannot be discussed here in totality. It works at different levels and can be liberating and healing for the mind and soul. Whether it’s listening to soothing music, chants or even reciting powerful chants, investing few minutes every day can definitely make ‘peace of mind’ a way of Life

#7. Mirror Technique –

The mirror is not only a reflection of our outer self but is also for the inner self. Practicing the mirror technique every day can be a great gift to yourself!!! Eyes are believed to be the way to the soul. Every morning, look into your own eyes and recite some powerful affirmations.

These seven methods can be like the seven colors of the rainbow and bring in beauty in our lives by nourishing the mind and soul. Enjoy the experience.

Harrish Sairaman is a well-known motivational teacher in India, helping many to achieve which once seemed unachievable like increase motivation, leadership, Corporate Performance, decrease stress etc. through Motivational Training Program, Leadership training programs, Corporate training programs, Entrepreneur Coaching and Individual Coaching to name a few. His ability to deliver life changing, scientifically sound, relevant and metaphysical messages in a powerful, humorous and insightful manner integrated with high energy has earned him a reputation of bringing about a difference with a difference!

Need A Fitter Body? Ask Your Brain For Help!

There is an attitude that some people in life are thinkers, and some are do-ers. The first group will know, in detail, how and why they should do certain things, and be able to compare different ways of doing them. The second will not pay so much attention to the theory, to the finer details of doing something. They’ll just get on with it, so the idea goes.

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Ally Gonzales is the creator of RunningSoleGirl. The go-to place for everything healthy lifestyle and conditioning for running. She’s a runner, speaks a total of five languages, and is a soon-to-be college freshman majoring in Exercise and Sports Science.

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