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Automatic processes represent our mind’s ability to react unconsciously, quickly, and without thought. They include our ability to do many things on auto-pilot with little cognitive effort. We do this all the time, all day, every day. Our brain’s automatic processes … Continue reading
Your brain works a lot like your email messages; some things go into your inbox, and some go into the spam folder. For your quality of life and even your sanity you need to manage which messages go where! Your … Continue reading
Diamond Days are those days in your life that are especially precious and that remind you of the value of life and the joy of experiencing it fully. Diamond Days take many forms, they can happen in any aspect of … Continue reading
This is a 2-minute Enrichment Meditation starring a loon and its calls. Hiking in the Adirondack’s is wonderful and spiritual for me. You never know when a chance encounter will strike a chord of wonder and connection. For me loons … Continue reading
This post and video are intended to express one way in which nature is part of the broader “community” in which we all live. All pictures except one were taken in my home territory, the Adirondack Park in northern New York. … Continue reading
A video to make you smile! It features Mia, an English Springer Spaniel, Adirondack scenery, and a fairy perhaps only Mia can see. Music is “Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairies” from Tchaikovsky’s Nutcracker Suite.
By: Rich Liotta Our senses are our connection to the world. They are the sum and substance of all individual and shared experience. They are necessary to our survival and effectiveness. They are also tools to be utilized to enhance … Continue reading
By: Rich Liotta, Ph.D. I believe that most people know more than they acknowledge or utilize effectively in living their lives. This latent wisdom has been alluded to, partially, by various notions including “trust your gut” and “pay attention to … Continue reading