Meditative Practices, 10 Reasons Why You Should have one.

Stress Less: In this day and age, stress is one of the number one complaints that people have. But stress is not just a daily annoyance; it is a real problem that can have serious—even deadly—consequences on your health. You may have heard the expression “Stress Kills,” and it is an unfortunate truth. Stress hormones take a tremendous toll on your body. Luckily mindfulness has been scientifically proven to reduce stress and increase mental and physical health.

Improve Mental Focus: Does it ever feel like you just can’t turn off your brain? We all have mental chatter that can distract us when we need to focus on work, school, or other important activities. Meditative practices are specially designed to train your mind to focus when you need it to, which will help you to direct your train of thought in the right direction.

Connect With Your Loved Ones: It might seem counterintuitive that internal practices of mindfulness and self-awareness could help you to connect to someone outside of yourself, but they can do just that because they allow you to get in touch with yourself through mental focus and attention. This translates into interpersonal relationships, and over time, you will find that it will become easier give your loved ones your full, undivided attention.

Reduce Pain: Pain is something that we all have to deal with from time to time. But dealing with chronic mental or physical pain can leave you exhausted on all levels—mentally, physically, and emotionally. Mindfulness can enable you to change your relationship to the pain you are experiencing and free up mental energy for the life you want to lead.

Sleep Better: Getting the sleep your body needs can improve your mental and physical health. Inadequate sleep leaves you in a state of constant fatigue, and insomnia can exacerbate this problem, creating a vicious cycle that can be hard to escape. Meditative practices can be a solution, as they give you the tools you need to get restful, restorative sleep each and every night. These techniques can also help you fight insomnia so that you can fall asleep quickly and break the cycle of exhaustion.

Lose Weight: It may sound too good to be true, but let me explain. Meditation can actually help you to lose weight and keep it off. This is because, as previously discussed, meditative practices reduce stress and improve sleep, and both stress and fatigue can cause weight gain and difficulty controlling appetite. In addition, mindfulness and visualizations can empower you to finally reach your ideal weight and increase your physical stamina.

Achieve Your Goals: Weight loss isn’t the only goal that meditation can assist you in attaining. Whether your goals are personal or professional, visualization is a powerful tool that can increase your motivation and drive to succeed. When you have this mental toolbox in place, you will find that you have a nearly unlimited capacity for success, as your daily practice consistently renews your motivation to achieve.

Increase Self-Confidence: Have you ever watched someone who conducted themselves with such poise that they could gain the attention of everyone in the room with only their self. Meditation can actually work to help you begin to be perceived as confident and in control. Your newfound mental composure can enable you to be assertive, make new connections with ease, and feel good about the decisions you make.

Be Inspired: It’s no secret that our innate creativity is often blocked from within our own minds. For example, for a writer, this can take the form of what’s commonly known as writer’s block. In fact, nearly everyone has experienced this frustrating lack of inspiration. Mindfulness is a great way to remove our own mental blockages and tap into the creativity naturally flowing within us in order to achieve great things, whether in science, art, or another field.

Find Peace: Along with the mental clarity you gain from your mindfulness practice, you will find that you attain a state of inner peace and calm. You will gain perspective about what is most important to you, and gratitude will begin to flow through your life as you recognize the incredible opportunities you do have, in spite of any setbacks. Mindfulness brings your awareness to the richness of everything that life has to offer.

Laura Zukerman

The Goddess Bibles

A Memoir By LZ

Schizophrenia

Schizophrenia is a serious mental illness that interferes with a person’s ability to think clearly, manage emotions, make decisions and relate to others. It is a complex, long-term medical illness, affecting about 1% of Americans. Although schizophrenia can occur at any age, the average age of onset tends to be in the late teens to the early 20s for men, and the late 20s to early 30s for women. It is uncommon for schizophrenia to be diagnosed in a person younger than 12 or older than 40. It is possible to live well with schizophrenia.

It can be difficult to diagnose schizophrenia in teens. This is because the first signs can include a change of friends, a drop in grades, sleep problems, and irritability—common and nonspecific adolescent behavior. Other factors include isolating oneself and withdrawing from others, an increase in unusual thoughts and suspicions, and a family history of psychosis. In young people who develop schizophrenia, this stage of the disorder is called the “prodromal” period.

With any condition, it’s essential to get a comprehensive medical evaluation in order to obtain the best diagnosis. For a diagnosis of schizophrenia, some of the following symptoms are present in the context of reduced functioning for a least 6 months:

Hallucinations. These include a person hearing voices, seeing things, or smelling things others can’t perceive. The hallucination is very real to the person experiencing it, and it may be very confusing for a loved one to witness. The voices in the hallucination can be critical or threatening. Voices may involve people that are known or unknown to the person hearing them.

Delusions. These are false beliefs that don’t change even when the person who holds them is presented with new ideas or facts. People who have delusions often also have problems concentrating, confused thinking, or the sense that their thoughts are blocked.

Negative symptoms are ones that diminish a person’s abilities. Negative symptoms often include being emotionally flat or speaking in a dull, disconnected way. People with the negative symptoms may be unable to start or follow through with activities, show little interest in life, or sustain relationships. Negative symptoms are sometimes confused with clinical depression.

Cognitive issues/disorganized thinking. People with the cognitive symptoms of schizophrenia often struggle to remember things, organize their thoughts or complete tasks. Commonly, people with schizophrenia have anosognosiaor “lack of insight.” This means the person is unaware that he has the illness, which can make treating or working with him much more challenging.

Research suggests that schizophrenia may have several possible causes:

  • Genetics. Schizophrenia isn’t caused by just one genetic variation, but a complex interplay of genetics and environmental influences. While schizophrenia occurs in 1% of the general population, having a history of family psychosis greatly increases the risk. Schizophrenia occurs at roughly 10% of people who have a first-degree relative with the disorder, such as a parent or sibling. The highest risk occurs when an identical twin is diagnosed with schizophrenia. The unaffected twin has a roughly 50% chance of developing the disorder.
  • Environment. Exposure to viruses or malnutrition before birth, particularly in the first and second trimesters has been shown to increase the risk of schizophrenia. Inflammation or autoimmune diseases can also lead to increased immune system
  • Brain chemistry. Problems with certain brain chemicals, including neurotransmitters called dopamine and glutamate, may contribute to schizophrenia. Neurotransmitters allow brain cells to communicate with each other. Networks of neurons are likely involved as well.
  • Substance use. Some studies have suggested that taking mind-altering drugs during teen years and young adulthood can increase the risk of schizophrenia. A growing body of evidence indicates that smoking marijuana increases the risk of psychotic incidents and the risk of ongoing psychotic experiences. The younger and more frequent the use, the greater the risk. Another study has found that smoking marijuana led to earlier onset of schizophrenia and often preceded the manifestation of the illness.

Diagnosing schizophrenia is not easy. Sometimes using drugs, such as methamphetamines or LSD, can cause a person to have schizophrenia-like symptoms. The difficulty of diagnosing this illness is compounded by the fact that many people who are diagnosed do not believe they have it. Lack of awareness is a common symptom of people diagnosed with schizophrenia and greatly complicates treatment.

While there is no single physical or lab test that can diagnosis schizophrenia, a health care provider who evaluates the symptoms and the course of a person’s illness over six months can help ensure a correct diagnosis. The health care provider must rule out other factors such as brain tumors, possible medical conditions and other psychiatric diagnoses, such as bipolar disorder.

To be diagnosed with schizophrenia, a person must have two or more of the following symptoms occurring persistently in the context of reduced functioning:

  • Delusions
  • Hallucinations
  • Disorganized speech
  • Disorganized or catatonic behavior
  • Negative symptoms

Delusions or hallucinations alone can often be enough to lead to a diagnosis of schizophrenia. Identifying it as early as possible greatly improves a person’s chances of managing the illness, reducing psychotic episodes, and recovering. People who receive good care during their first psychotic episode are admitted to the hospital less often, and may require less time to control symptoms than those who don’t receive immediate help. The literature on the role of medicines early in treatment is evolving, but we do know that psychotherapy is essential.

People can describe symptoms in a variety of ways. How a person describes symptoms often depends on the cultural lens she is looking through. African Americans and Latinos are more likely to be misdiagnosed, probably due to differing cultural or religious beliefs or language barriers. Any person who has been diagnosed with schizophrenia should try to work with a health care professional that understands his or her cultural background and shares the same expectations for treatment.

With medication, psychosocial rehabilitation, and family support, the symptoms of schizophrenia can be reduced. People with schizophrenia should get treatment as soon as the illness starts showing, because early detection can reduce the severity of their symptoms.

Recovery while living with schizophrenia is often seen over time, and involves a variety of factors including self-learning, peer support, school and work and finding the right supports and treatment.

Medication

Typically, a health care provider will prescribe antipsychotics to relieve symptoms of psychosis, such as delusions and hallucinations. Due to lack of awareness of having an illness and the serious side effects of medication used to treat schizophrenia, people who have been prescribed them are often hesitant to take them.

First Generation (Typical) Antipsychotics

These medications can cause serious movement problems that can be short (dystonia) or long term (called tardive dyskinesia), and also muscle stiffness. Other side effects can also occur.

  • Chlorpromazine (Thorazine)
  • Fluphenazine (Proxlixin)
  • Haloperidol (Haldol)
  • Loxapine (Loxitane)
  • Perphenazine (Trilafon)
  • Thiothixene (Navane)
  • Trifluoperazine (Stelazine)

Second Generation (Atypical) Antipsychotics

These medications are called atypical because they are less likely to block dopamine and cause movement disorders. They do, however, increase the risk of weight gain and diabetes. Changes in nutrition and exercise, and possibly medication intervention, can help address these side effects.

  • Aripiprazole (Abilify)
  • Asenapine (Saphris)
  • Clozapine (Clozaril)
  • Iloperidone (Fanapt)
  • Lurasidone (Latuda)
  • Olanzapine (Zyprexa)
  • Paliperidone (Invega)
  • Risperidone (Risperdal)
  • Quetiapine (Seroquel)
  • Ziprasidone (Geodon)

One unique second generation antipsychotic medication is called clozapine. It is the only FDA approved antipsychotic medication for the treatment of refractory schizophrenia and has been the only one indicated to reduce thoughts of suicide. However, it does have multiple medical risks in addition to these benefits. Read a more complete discussion of these risk and benefits.

Psychotherapy

Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) is an effective treatment for some people with affective disorders. With more serious conditions, including those with psychosis, additional cognitive therapy is added to basic CBT (CBTp). CBTp helps people develop coping strategies for persistent symptoms that do not respond to medicine.

Supportive psychotherapy is used to help a person process his experience and to support him in coping while living with schizophrenia. It is not designed to uncover childhood experiences or activate traumatic experiences, but is rather focused on the here and now.

Cognitive Enhancement Therapy (CET) works to promote cognitive functioning and confidence in one’s cognitive ability. CET involves a combination of computer based brain training and group sessions. This is an active area of research in the field at this time.

Psychosocial Treatments

People who engage in therapeutic interventions often see improvement, and experience greater mental stability. Psychosocial treatments enable people to compensate for or eliminate the barriers caused by their schizophrenia and learn to live successfully. If a person participates in psychosocial rehabilitation, she is more likely to continue taking their medication and less likely to relapse. Some of the more common psychosocial treatments include:

  • Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) provides comprehensive treatment for people with serious mental illnesses, such as schizophrenia. Unlike other community-based programs that connect people with mental health or other services, ACT provides highly individualized services directly to people with mental illness. Professionals work with people with schizophrenia and help them meet the challenges of daily life. ACT professionals also address problems proactively, prevent crises, and ensure medications are taken.
  • Peer support groups like NAMI Peer-to-Peer encourage people’s involvement in their recovery by helping them work on social skills with others.

Complementary Health Approaches

Omega-3 fatty acids, commonly found in fish oil, have shown some promise for treating and managing schizophrenia. Some researchers believe that omega-3 may help treat mental illness because of its ability to help replenish neurons and connections in affected areas of the brain.

Additional Concerns

Physical Health. People with schizophrenia are subject to many medical risks, including diabetes and cardiovascular problems, and also smoking and lung disease. For this reason, coordinated and active attention to medical risks is essential.

Substance Abuse. About 25% of people with schizophrenia also abuse substances such as drugs or alcohol. Substance abuse can make the treatments for schizophrenia less effective, make people less likely to follow their treatment plans, and even worsen their symptoms.

Laura Zukerman

Owner and Founder At The Goddess Bibles A Memoir By Laura Zukerman

Becoming Your Inner Goddess

Goddess on Fire

Improving Your Mental Health With the Right Food and Sleep

What’s key to understand here is that it’s not just our thoughts that lead to these changes, just as important is our biology and lifestyle. Our bodies and minds are in a tightly linked cycle of activity.

For instance, when you eat, there is an increase in serotonin. Why? Because foods especially carbs , contain an amino acid called tryptophan. When blood sugar increases, the body responds by releasing insulin. This triggers the glucose from the blood to be used for activity or stored as fat. However, tryptophan does not get absorbed as such. This remains in the blood stream. This then gets circulated into the brain which then becomes serotonin. This is because tryptophan is a precursor or building block for serotonin.

This is why our moods tend to increase when we have eaten, this then results in the release of ghrelin to signal that one is getting fuller, to prevent you from over eating.

Later on , that serotonin converts into melatonin the sleep hormone. That melatonin reduces activity in the brain and this then triggers the release of other inhibitory neurotransmitters like GABA.

Did you know that darkness also is a release of melatonin? Meanwhile, the longer you begin to stay awake, adenosine, another inhibitory transmitter; builds up in the brain. This is partly what gives us brain fog, because is is by product of the energy process used in brain cells.

What all this means is that after a long day and a very big meal, you are sure to be getting more tired and find it harder to wake up and do something. That’s not you being lazy or disinterested, that’s the biology of your brain.

Now, let’s say we want to wake ourselves back up, what do we do? Sunlight triggers the release of cortisol, which along with nitric oxide will help to wake us up. This is another reason why we should avoid looking at phone screens when we are getting ready for bed. Jumping in a cold shower would definitely wake you up! This stimulates the release of epinephrine, norepinephrine, testosterone and more! This will wake you up and make you much more focused. It is the adrenaline that causes the hairs to stand up on your body.

Loud noises can create enough shock to wake you up, and so to can hunger. When we are hungry we have low serotonin in our brains 🧠. This increases cortisol , the stress hormone. That’s why we get anxious when we’re hungry and why some people get hangry.

Also useful is to know that you can use your body to calm stress. You can even eliminate panic attacks. That’s because our sympathetic nervous system, which controls our fight our flight response as well as our opposites rest and digest response; is tightly linked with breathing and heart rate. When you breathe quickly it makes you more stressed and increases your heart rate.

Breathing deeply is one of the best ways to calm anxiety. If you breathe more deeply and more heavily, this helps to encourage a much calmer response and puts you more in the rest and digest state.

What’s most important of all though is your mental energy, that you are in the right shape and have the right diet for yourself. This will transform the performance of your brain, by drastically increasing the ability to create neurotransmitters as needed. Also, by increasing the amount of energy your brain receives.

One way to do this is to consider using some form of a multivitamin tablet. This should contain vitamins like B12 and B6. These are used to supply the brain with energy, as well as to create a large number of neurotransmitters. Also used in the creation of neurotransmitters and hormones are vitamin D , vitamin C, magnesium, zinc, and more. If you make sure you are receiving these in your diet, then you will find it easy to feel the switch from being highly focused to relaxed and creative and you will find the brain lasts longer before getting tired.

Also particularly important is choline, which is a precursor for acetylcholine found in eggs. This can help improve your sensory perception, your alertness and your memory all at the same time. Amino acids found in protein are also critical for a wide range of neurotransmitters.

Other nutrients that are very important are those that improve the energy and function of the brain. Any vasodilators for instance, such as garlic, will help get more oxygen and blood to the brain, helping you to stay alert longer. Creatinine is a body building supplement , also found in red meats and that is great for reducing adenosine, and also increasing mental energy. Studies show that this alone could be enough to boost your IQ.

Omega 3 fatty acids boosts and improves cell membrane permeability. This means that neurons are better able to communicate with one another. Exercising regularly will help you to increase more neural connections in your brain, creating your ability to learn. This then creates heightened plasticity. This is a brain derived neurotrophic factor. This will also create less stress in your body and increase your body’s energy efficiency.

In short, it is highly important to eat a nutrient based diet. Also to train hard if you want to perform at your best. Get more nutrients and substances , avoid junk food, and empty calories which spike your blood sugar levels. Sleep well, run and lift weights. As you do this your brain will instantly become hardier, more efficient and less groggy on the whole. All your performance and productivity will grow to reflect these eminent changes!

❤️

Laura Zukerman

Becoming Your Inner Goddess

Goddess on Fire 🔥

Crystals

Crystals also known as crystalline solids , are solid materials that are arranged in a sequential pattern in three spatial dimensions. Large crystals are often recognized through their macroscopic geometrical style these come with flat faces and unique characteristics. Though most people like crystals, some are not fully aware of their healing powers.

Crystals bring light and color to your overall aura and physical body. They do this through the chakra system and subtle body layers. They are used in a certain grid like pattern that is sacred in geometry. These grids generate pillars of light, exposing the body to multi-dimensional energies which creates understanding and a certain awareness.

Crystal therapy is known as a prehistoric art, of the laying of the stones. Stones, crystals and gems are laid on the body, over the chakra points. Every chakra resonates with a certain color and the chakras align and mix with one another.

The main principle behind crystal healing is that disease takes place where there is inequality. This is between divine energy and a person. This light work or divine energy is the source of all creation , believed by most crystalline healers.

Chakra is a Hindu word , which means spiritual energy. According to researchers there are seven fundamental energy centers in the human body. Some healers will place the same color crystals with the same chakra colors pin pointed on the body ; to develop a better flow of energy.

Crystals direct the flow of energy to the person and bring back balance to their energy systems. Generally they are used to take away negative or unwanted energy, this is also believed to cause serious disease if not dealt with.

Eliminating the bad spiritual energy, reduces the severity of the physical alimentary. These crystals also are used for physical, spiritual, emotional and mental healing. Crystals are not only used by crystal healers. They can be used to practitioners as well to help heal in a homeopathic way.

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Laura Zukerman

Owner and Founder At The Goddess Bibles A Memoir By Laura Zukerman

Becoming Your Inner Goddess

Goddess on Fire 🔥

Mental Fatigue and How it takes A Toll on the Body

Mental fatigue occurs when the brain is overstimulated. Also from a lack of mental stress. If someone is mentally stressed , they may find it hard to sleep or to stay asleep. Alternatively, stressed individuals require more sleep than usual.

If you are lacking sleep it may be hard for you to retain anything in your brain, your memories may become scattered. Everything therefore, slows down and or freezes. Your brain begins to feel overload and then becomes foggy 🌫. If you are showing symptom of brain fog , it is time to go to sleep or take a nap.

People suffering with mental fatigue often become bombarded with confusion. Especially when they are bombarded with an endless source of information. Such as when looking on a computer. When you are mentally fatigued you might ask someone to repeat themselves. Even if you heard them perfectly, you are mentally clouded and in need of taking that material in, digesting it once more.

If you are irritable, sad or just not in the mood to do anything, you are showing signs of mental fatigues. Out of control emotional distress is a sure sign of mental fatigues.

Mental fatigue may make you crave sugary or salty foods. Others, may lose their appetite all together. These negative eating patterns have to do with the fact that your brain is not dealing with the stresses; so it’s time to make a change.

Your mind and body are connected and therefore, if your mental health is having problems; your sure to see your physical health having problems as well. Muscle pains, headaches, constipation and high blood pressure are signs of mental fatigue.

It may start with rapid heart rates, shortening of your breath , stomach pains and your teeth grinding. This is a sign that harmoniously your body and brain are not working together.

If you want to have a healthy body, you better realize that it all starts with your brain. It is the central processor. Make sure your brain health is performing optimally , so that your entire body is at its best too! ❤️🤟

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Laura Zukerman

Owner and Founder At The Goddess Bibles A Memoir By Laura Zukerman

Becoming Your Inner Goddess

Goddess on Fire 🔥

Mental Atmosphere of People, Places and Thing including Environment


  • You know that you are conscious. But how do you know that something else is conscious? When something else is conscious, it thinks and feels. You know that other people, animals and plants are conscious because you can psychically perceive their thoughts and feelings emanating from them. You can sense their mental projections and their emotional vibrations. This is how you know the consciousness that is over here, is also the same consciousness that is over there.

  • Every person has a mental atmosphere around him that he creates with his thoughts and feelings. The mental atmosphere is also his aura of energy that emanates from his being. When a group of people come together, they form a collective mental atmosphere which is a mixture of the consciousness of every person in the group.
  • The mental atmosphere of people existing in a certain place for a certain time, forms the mental atmosphere of the place itself.

  • The mental atmosphere of a person is a combination of his current thoughts and feelings and also the sum of thoughts and feelings he has been experiencing all along. You can sense a person’s present state as well as the past that he has been experiencing in his life. When you come into the presence of another person, without even saying a word, you are able to know a lot about them based on their mental atmosphere.

  • We are automatically drawn to certain people whose mental atmosphere resonates with our own. We are able to connect and relate with them quickly and easily. A person’s mental atmosphere is his power of attraction. The thoughts and feelings we project attract certain people to us and repel others away. We find ourselves drawn together with others who resonate with how we think and feel everywhere we go.

  • We also find that when we are with people whose consciousness do not vibrate at our level, we either repel from them or they simply do not stick with us. It is the mental atmosphere that determines whether a person is able connect with other people or not. When a new person joins a group, the mental atmospheres of both the person and the group are automatically shifted in order to form the new collective mental atmosphere.

  • When one person’s mental atmosphere in a group is shift to a level where it does not resonate with the group’s, that’s when there will be a split between the person and the group. The person will stay apart from the group as long as there is a dissonance until either his consciousness or the group’s is shifted back into resonance with each other. Every person in the group has the ability to shift the collective mental atmosphere with their own at any time.

  • Animals and children are able to detect the mental atmosphere of a person better than others. An animal or a child can sense whether a person is kind or harmful when he is in their presence. You can always tell the nature of a person by how animals and children behave around them. But there are people who are able to fool animals and children by masking their true nature and intent by projecting a fake mental atmosphere.

  • It takes someone with discernment in order to perceive when someone is projecting a fake mental atmosphere to hide another. We are usually able to perceive a double sensation from such people. One sensation is stronger than the other. The one that they are projecting appears to be the dominant mental atmosphere at that moment, but there is the presence of a weaker mental atmosphere underlying it.

  • The perception is so subtle that we could easily ignore it. But yet the underlying mental atmosphere seems to contradict the one they are projecting. There are times when the two atmospheres switch dominance, and that’s when we catch them revealing their true nature. They can fool all people some of the time, or some people all of the time, but they can never fool all people all of the time.
    A person’s dominant mental atmosphere may also be real instead of fake. The difference whether someone is faking their mental atmosphere or not is determined by their intent. Sometimes a person projects a new mental atmosphere in order to override a previous one. He is working on changing his state of consciousness to a different one. The presence of the old consciousness is still there but is in the process of being replaced by the new one.

  • The things that we use also contain the imprint of our mental atmosphere. They are imbued with the energy of our thoughts and feelings. When you come into contact with an object that belongs to someone, you feel as though their presence is with it. By perceiving their energy present in it, you can sense how they are like, and the past they have experienced with the object.

  • We are always connected to the things and people that we come into contact with. The strongest connections we have are with those that are precious and have significant meaning to us. The stronger the connection, the more our energy is present with it. You can affect the consciousness of a person by affecting the energy of the thing that belongs to him or her.

  • When we give a gift to someone, it is also imbued with our energy. The more thought and feeling we put into the gift, the more our consciousness is felt in that gift. Every time person who receives it looks at it or touches it, he or she senses our consciousness when we gave the gift. Our present contain our presence. If we treat our giving lightly and insincerely, that’s what they feel. If we treat our giving thoughtfully and truly, that’s what they feel.

  • Places contain the mental atmosphere of the thoughts and feelings that people have been experiencing in them. When we go to a certain place, we feel that is fun, exciting, romantic, scary, peaceful, sad, boring or confusing.
  • Our consciousness is affected by the mental atmosphere of the place and we feel like doing the things that is normally done by others when they are there. When you enter a library you feel like reading, when you enter a dance club you feel like dancing.

  • Even when the people who inhabited a place leave it, the mental atmosphere still remains. It may be totally empty when we enter, but we are able to get a sense of what has been going on there before. That’s the reason why haunted house still have the presence of an evil or scary experience although the people that lived in it are long gone. No one is there but the thoughts and feelings are still present and we can perceive them.

  • We can change the mental atmosphere of a place by creating a new one to replace it. When Christians enter a haunted house and worship God in it, they break the curse and dispel the negative vibrations that have been around all along. The mental atmosphere becomes cleansed and transformed into one that is filled with light, love and life. When necessary, you can always transform the vibrations of a place by performing a new activity in it that creates strong thoughts and emotions to override the old.

  • The mental atmosphere of places with great historical significance remain unchanged because people preserve them. They are a link that connects our consciousness to the past. When we enter such ancient places, we feel as though we have stepped into a different time that still has its effect in the present. The events of history are written on the walls of time, so that we may read the details with our consciousness and feelings.

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Laura Zukerman

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