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  • zen shared from Original Strength: Regaining The Body You Were Meant To Have by Tim Anderson, Geoff Neupert
    Your body is hungry for movement because movement is what provides your brain with the information of self awareness, self image, and your sense of self in space. Movement nourishes the brain. Not moving, like sitting for hours, weakens the neural connections of the movement vocabulary inside your brain.
    Note: Yep
  • zen shared from Choose Yourself! by James Altucher
    Forget purpose. It’s okay to be happy without one. The quest for a single purpose has ruined many lives.
    Note: Hahaha I'm pretty sure that's true! :)
  • zen shared from Choose Yourself! by James Altucher
    Only think about the people you enjoy. Only read the books you enjoy, that make you happy to be human. Only go to the events that actually make you laugh or fall in love. Only deal with the people who love you back, who are winners and want you to win too.
    Note: Yep
  • zen shared from Letting Go: The Pathway of Surrender by David Hawkins
    Apathy and depression are the prices we pay for having settled for and bought into our smallness. It’s what we get for having played the victim and allowed ourselves to be programmed. It’s the price we pay for having bought into negativity. It’s what results from resisting the part of ourselves that is loving, courageous, and great.
    Note: Yeah, baby, yeah! :)
  • zen shared from Letting Go: The Pathway of Surrender by David Hawkins
    Once we have contacted this inner Self, this inner greatness, this inner completion, contentment, and true sense of happiness, we have transcended the world.
    Note: Sounds good to me...
  • zen shared from Somatics: Reawakening The Mind's Control Of Movement, Flexibility, And Health by Thomas Hanna
    It is the customary sign of adulthood to cease functioning like a young person.
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