101 Ways to Be Really Happy: Step #65–Practice Synesthesia


From Literarydevices.net: Generally, the term “synesthesia” refers to a certain medical condition in which one of the five senses simultaneously stimulates another sense. A person with such condition may not only see alphabets but also associate them with particular scents. This happens when the different parts of the brain that are responsible in identifying color, … More 101 Ways to Be Really Happy: Step #65–Practice Synesthesia

Help for Highly Sensitive People: Part Two The Response


My Response   Hi, Mary: Find an art therapist to work with. Read the older tips in my blog atwww.mooreinspire.com. There is a tip for connecting left and right brain– doing cross crawls, yoga twists, sit in whole brain posture. Sounds like your hemispheres are at battle. Take a Nia dance class. You can search … More Help for Highly Sensitive People: Part Two The Response

Mental Yoga Week #39: Discover Yourself, Attend a Retreat


I’ve been asked to promote this retreat and thought it was the perfect Mental Yoga Exercise. If you attend, please send me your review and I’ll post it on this blog. Gurus throughout the ages have promoted “living in the present moment” as the secret to joyful living, an idea gaining considerable appeal in light … More Mental Yoga Week #39: Discover Yourself, Attend a Retreat

Mental Yoga Week #23: Time for a New Christmas Game


I love games, especially ones that I create.  It’s that time of year, when you can buff up the gray matter by creating a new Christmas Game, something fun and goofy to share with the family. To get you started, please refer FIRST to last year’s Christmas Game.  https://mooreinspire.wordpress.com/2009/12/18/christmas-word-game/ Now here are some ideas I … More Mental Yoga Week #23: Time for a New Christmas Game

Mental Yoga Week #22: Balance the Budget


This is going to be a really short post for a couple of reasons.  (1) Sometimes a picture, or in this case, a pictograph, is truly worth a 1000 words. (2) It’s a holiday week and I’ve got turkey’s to stuff and all that. http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2010/11/13/weekinreview/deficits-graphic.html?choices=s3110llj  This was my solution to the Budget Deficit, a clever … More Mental Yoga Week #22: Balance the Budget

Mental Yoga Week #11: Flex Your Manifesting Muscle


My definition of  “manifesting” is: the ability to consciously create what you want in your life through the power of your thoughts.”  The only difference between “manifesting” and everyday creation is the word “consciously.”  We create everything in our lives with our thought.  If you’re not a newcomer to my blog, you’ve known that for … More Mental Yoga Week #11: Flex Your Manifesting Muscle

Mental Yoga Week #8- Read Mental Floss


One of my clients turned me on to this really cool magazine for those who need fairly regular mental stimulation.  http://www.mentalfloss.com/ The magazine’s tagline is “where knowledge junkies get their fix.” The periodical is an odd combination of articles about the origins of things, like this month’s well known medications in your drug cabinet; brain … More Mental Yoga Week #8- Read Mental Floss

Week #1: Mental Yoga


It’s time for some new mental stretches.  Each week I’ll post a detailed description of a mind power exercise to stretch your mind muscle.  The abbreviated version is on my twitter page. Here’s #1.  Look at something you see regularly from a new perspective.  Ruts are one of the worst things that can happen to … More Week #1: Mental Yoga

Christmas Word Game


Dear Readers: It’s been a rough year… for all of us.  So I thought I’d add a little merriment to this holiday season. Enclosed you will find a Set of codes going from A through EE and 1 through 8.  For example A  says “Place.”  List a Place in A.  Example: Los Angeles or the … More Christmas Word Game