How our beliefs can shape us...

by Ben Ferm Manager

The New York Times had an article yesterday, "How Our Beliefs Can Shape Our Waistline", about how our beliefs about how much we exercise may substantially influence our health and eventually longevity.

The article was based on a study made by researchers at Stanford University, published in Health Psychology, basically hints that upending our thinking about exercise might help us whittle away pounds, whether we work out more or not.

This is something I've been thinking a lot about lately. More and more people are starting to believe in manifestation and things like that, and many of them claim to get really great results. I think there might be something in it, after all the old Voodoo-rites was greatly based on peoples belief too, according to scientists.

However, I am trying out a program called "Trajectory Manifestation". I have no clue whatsoever if it will work for me or not, but that much I cab already tell you; It feels great!

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Created on Feb 23rd 2018 13:50. Viewed 148 times.


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