Jun 11, 2022

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“A life transformed, transforms others.” Wendy Kwek

At the core of our existence is a calling for our own soul evolution, for us to evolve into a better version of ourselves.

It is a pull towards breaking through of our current struggles and living in the flow as we align ourselves to a bigger purpose.

Most people are held back from living their potential as they either ‘live in the past’ filled that is filled with lack, guilt and resentments or ‘living in a projected future” filled anxiety and helplessness.

As we journey each day, just by consciously injecting positivity, gratitude and learning from inspiring materials. It can help us start to transform our thoughts, emotions and action into creating a better future.

Let’s get to the basics .

Tony Robbins always emphasize that “the quality of questions will determine the quality of your life.”

Take time to breathe slowly, calmly and ask empowering questions like

“What are some of the simple ways that I can of service to others.”

“What are some of the knowledge, skills or experience that I have that can use help others in their journey of growth either physically, mentally, emotionally, financially or spiritually.”

“Who can I learn from? What do I enjoy learning?”

“Which speaker, books or inspiring programs can help me grow?”

“What area of my life do I improve myself, improving just 1% a day, to be a better version of myself.”

Each time you think from possibilities, to grow personally, to be of service to others, you will access a world of unlimited potentiality. Reach out, connect, support and start taking action that will transform you and the people around you in a positive way.

If you catch yourself thinking negative thoughts or watching toxic content online/ TV or engaging in things that just do not support your personal growth, gently pull yourself away and take action that will uplift yourself and others.

Make this as a conscious choice until it becomes your subconscious way of living a healthier, more prosperous and happy life!

Have fun and enjoy the journey of transformation.

Remember “A life transformed, transforms others.” Wendy Kwek

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Jun 11, 2022

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Meditation Offers Unlimited Lifetime Access To Your Long Term & Short Term Memory Vault

Meditation Offers Unlimited Lifetime Access To Your Long Term & Short Term Memory Vault

“Meditation Can Improve Your Memory, Focus and Productivity.”

Whether you are a college student cramming for final exams, a career-ladder-climbing professional looking for that extra mental sharpness, or a senior wishing to preserve your “golden year” mental faculties, you can certainly improve your memory and brain power no matter your place in life.

What is the best way? You guessed it, meditation. Here are 3 ways meditation is the very best tool for honing every aspect of your long term and short term memory while ensuring it stays robust for years to come.

Cortisol Makes You Forget — Meditation Makes You Remember

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Have you ever wondered why, after a super-stressful day, your memory goes down the drain? You can blame your body’s main stress hormone, cortisol.

When your back is against the wall, cortisol floods your brain’s most critical memory component, the hippocampus — effectively downgrading your ability to quickly/ accurately store and recall information. Cortisol in your system over the long term has really nasty cumulative effects, all the more reason to neutralize the stress in your life.

Luckily, scientists have found a very effective solution. In 2013, researchers at UC Davis discovered a very strong link between mindfulness meditation and dramatic cortisol reductions, with incredible results seen after only a few short weeks. Another study by a Rutgers University doctor discovered that meditators could reduce cortisol levels by more than half!

By effectively reducing the #1 stress hormone cortisol, meditation can turn your brain into a vast reservoir of accurate memories, relevant facts, and usable language, making this awesome volume of information accessible to you at any time.

Meditation Fortifies Your Brain’s Memory Vault: Hippocampus

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Brain health experts now believe the creeping cognitive decline, brain fog, and memory lapses we experience as we age are really because of our lifestyle choices — not the “grandpa is getting old” cop out.

The great news is that you can have excellent memory 100% naturally.

The hippocampus, your brain’s most important region for storing and retrieving information, is especially “neuroplastic” — meaning that it can strengthen and grow new cells, no matter your age. But, it must have the right stimulation.

If you wanted to hit your tennis serve 110 MPH, you wouldn’t sit on the couch praying for it to happen. No magical rain-dance will make you shower your opponent with aces. You have to train the exact muscles involved — with regularity and repetition.

Likewise, if you want to boost your memory, both long term and short term, then you need to train your hippocampus. Art Kramer Ph.D. professor University of Illinois recently wrote “The bigger the hippocampus, the better you are able to form new memories.”

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Then, what is the secret to building up a big and strong hippocampus? Meditation.

Prominent Harvard neuroscientist, Dr. Sara Lazar and colleagues, have studied the brains of meditators for years. Among many other monumental discoveries, her research shows that meditators’ brains seem to always have well-formed, highly developed Hippocampi.

In line with this finding, University of California Santa Barbara researchers found GRE (Graduate Record Examinations) verbal scores were boosted from 460 to 520… by practicing meditation for only 2 weeks!

Even for learning and memory, meditation can reshape and forever innovate the areas of your brain to store and retrieve information no matter your age or history of bad memory. Give your brain the Pacific Ocean’s storage capacity, discover meditation.

Neurogenesis: Meditation Drafts More Soldiers For Your Brain’s Long Term & Short Term Memory Army

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As a high-functioning adult, the millions of neural pathways comprising your brain have by now established well-worn pathways, helping you efficiently store and recall relevant everyday information, solve familiar problems, and perform in your day-to-day activities.

The problem is, without fresh and new stimulation, your brain can’t improve, grow, and develop beyond its’ current boundaries.

You have to run that extra mile, climb that extra hill, or swim that extra lap if you want to be better than you were yesterday. The best exercise for your brain forces new and fresh neural pathways, breaking your day-to-day routine is the only way.

Then, what’s the best solution? The best tool for neurogenesis (growth of new neurons) is the one and only… meditation.

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Meditation spurs your brain to optimize itself by stimulating the formation of extra nerve cells, causing them to multiply and strengthen their interconnectivity, bulletproofing them from the otherwise normal age related wear and tear.

Meditation will pave an interstate highway network of new neural pathways, update existing connections, and make your brain incredibly adaptive and resilient — the best ingredients to thrive in our ever-changing world.

As your high school gym coach drilled into your head, “use it or lose it” is not only applicable to your physical musculature — your brain also need to be worked out with regularity.

Luckily, meditation is the heavyweight brain-building champion of the world.

source: eocinstitute.org

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Jun 11, 2022

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Robin Sharma 20-20-20 Formula

Robin Sharma 20-20-20 Formula: Practice That Will Change Your Life

Robin Sharma is a Canadian writer and one of the world’s best experts on leadership, productivity and personal development.

He proposed a formula for personal effectiveness – a simple 20-20-20 technique that will help increase performance and improve quality of life. Sharma has been using this formula for many years and admits that it “radically changed his life.”

The essence of the 20-20-20 morning formula is to devote the first hour after waking up exclusively to yourself.

Robin Sharma calls it “the holy hour”. At this time, you do not watch the news, do not check your mail and social networks, but feed your inner life.

You divide this first hour after waking up into three stages – 20 minutes each.

Stage one – movement

The first 20 minutes after waking up, you devote to active movement. It can be any physical activity – running, yoga, swimming, jumping rope. You move to the point of sweating.

According to John Reidy, a Harvard University professor, if you sweat within 20 minutes of waking up, your brain’s neurotrophic factor, a protein that repairs damaged cells, is processed, Sharma says.

During this time, the body produces dopamine – special chemicals in the brain, as a result of which you feel a surge of strength and inspiration. Also, the hormone of happiness serotonin is produced and the level of cortisol, the stress hormone, decreases.

Stage two – diary

For the second 20 minutes, you think and write in a diary, make a gratitude list, you think and look inside yourself, write out the plan of your ideal day.

“I call this making a gratitude list or a preliminary script for the day, for which you can then say “thank you” to yourself. Your day is your life in miniature, and by living this day, you are building your life,” says Robin Sharma.

Stage three – learning

You devote the last 20 minutes of this hour to learning. 20 minutes before the active start of the day, you can listen to a podcast, take part of the course, read a book – do something that contributes to personal development.

“One of the best areas to invest in is learning. The more you know, the more you can do. You make a dramatic difference when you devote time to learning, not entertainment,” Sharma explains.

The greatest geniuses are no more talented than ordinary people. They just know more about planning and goal setting.

Note that it is also very important to find and maintain an optimal balance between work and leisure, career and family, and prioritize correctly.

source : vitaguru.co

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Dec 21, 2015

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Completing and Remembering 2015

Dear Friends,

As we are nearing the end of 2015, I would like to encourage you to think through and write down your answers to the questions below for completing and remember 2015. This very insightful process that I do yearly, celebrates and reminds me of what went well and what needed completion.

After that you can continue to create 2016. 2016 is a blank canvas and you have the ability to design and color it the way you want it, starting now! Go for it and may you have an amazing year ahead!

Completing and Remembering 2015

What was your biggest triumph in 2015?
What was the smartest decision you made in 2015?
What one word best sum up and describe your 2015 experience?
What was the greatest lesson you learned in 2015?
What was the most loving service you performed in 2015?
What is your biggest piece of unfinished business in 2015?
What are you most happy about completing in 2015?
Who were the three people that had the greatest impact on your life in 2015?
What was the biggest risk you took in 2015?
What was the biggest surprise in 2015?
What important relationship improved the most in 2015?
What compliment would you liked to have received in 2015?
What compliment would you liked to have given in 2015?
What else do you need to do or say to be complete with 2015?

Creating 2016

What would you like to be your biggest triumph in 2016?
What advice would you like to give yourself in 2016?
What is the major effort you are planning to improve your financial results in 2016?
What would you be most happy about completing in 2016?
What major indulgence are you willing to experience in 2016?
What would you most like to change about yourself in 2016?
What are you looking forward to learning in 2016?
What do you think your biggest risk will be in 2016?
What about your work, are you most committed to changing and improving in 2016?
What is one as yet undeveloped talent you are willing to explore in 2016?
What brings you the most joy and how are you going to do or have more of that in 2016?
Who or what, other than yourself, are you most committed to loving and serving in 2016?
What one word would you like to have as your theme in 2016?

Love,
Wendy Kwek

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May 19, 2015

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Create extraordinary moments

Create extraordinary moments

I’m leaving to London right now with over 40 investors to visit the hotel properties we have invested! I’ll be away for a week to tour in Birmingham and London. This shall be a fruitful trip for our investors and for myself.  Shall update the photos when back.

Here is a little tip for those who want to lead an extraordinary life.  You can choose to create extraordinary moments By capturing ‘snapshots’ of happy moments in your mind.  (Rather similar to using a real camera.)

So when you ask me to “recall some magic moments”, I have really many to recount. It does take a conscious effort to practise capturing extraordinary moments intentionally, as we can get caught up with daily challenges, stress and even issues that are beyond out control. Instead of letting issues cloud and occupy your mind space, this strategy can work to create a more harmonious way to life.

In summary, to create a fulfilling life, we can consciously create HAPPY SNAPSHOTS and feel GRATEFUL for a mix of beautiful, fun, exciting and enlightening moments.

Capturing such moments in your hearts and recounting them will make your life feel SUPER AMAZING!  And you will attract more of what you capture in your mind and in your heart.

Have an awesome day![

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