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There's a straightforward solution: Turn off your notifications! We have job stress, family stress, health stress, and emotional stress, but the stress that no one talks about and the one that intersects with all the others is what I call Environmental Stress Syndrome, the next public health pandemic. Our bodies are under incredible environmental stress. There are 90,000 chemicals on the market today. Scientists have found hundreds of these chemicals in humans. Unrelenting chemical or environmental insults degrade these barriers leaving our immune systems susceptible to anything and everything in our environment. Furthermore, instead of regulating our own cells and fighting off foreign invaders like viruses and bacteria, our immune systems are in a constant state of attack--this inflammatory response becomes switched on, all day, every day. It seems like common sense: If evidence exists that a chemical is causing harm, we should get it out of our lives. Simple changes can have a huge impact. Forty-five percent in three days! Small changes build habits. Why do we no longer hear as we did before? What are the causes of hearing loss? How can we regulate and regenerate our whole, unified system--our body with all its features, as well as our soul or spirit and our mind? How can we strengthen and activate our capabilities to restore skills that have been lost, or gain new ones? A healthy system responds and always works as an integrated whole. If parts are adversely affected, this will impact the whole system. Although complete healing must also take place on a spiritual level, it is not absolutely necessary for someone to have a strong connection to the spiritual dimension of healing for this method to work. In the final analysis it is the actual physical experience of healing that is the proof of the effectiveness of this method. Knowledge of the method and awareness of the intention behind it are all that are needed to rebuild the structures for hearing that will allow the healing powers within to flow so that we can hear ourselves and the voices around us once more.

The capacity for self-healing is a basic human capability, and it is simply on this that we are building. If you are doing this practice informally, you may be standing or sitting in a public location. When this is the case, taking your seat is about coming to a place of balance in the body (both feet flat on the floor, for example). Turn your attention to the body and specifically the breath. Where are you feeling the breath most strongly? It may be the chest, belly, or around the nostrils or upper lip, but the location itself is immaterial (and it may be different each time). Simply identify the place and make an intention that this is where you are going to place your attention for the duration of the practice. Begin following the length of each in-breath, noticing the pause where an in-breath turns into an out-breath, and then again into an in-breath. What are you feeling physically? How does an in-breath feel compared to an out-breath? What differences or similarities do you notice? They said they were going to sign me, and I thought this could be my ticket to the pros. Two weeks later, I got a call saying the league was going to fold. It had lost too much money, and football fans had made it clear they didn't want a new league. Reality had gotten right up in my face, but still I kept running. I was fast during tryouts, but I was even faster when I was running away from the truth. And while I was running, I was doing all kinds of other destructive things to my life. I started smoking and drinking, and I was partying all the time. I was running around with women even though I had an on-again, off-again girlfriend I'd met when I was with the Colts. I didn't care about life.

I was living reckless. That way, you're the one deciding when and how to use your phone. Three Thanksgivings ago, I was pretty worn out from work. As a reward to myself and out of respect for my family, I turned off my push notifications. I thought it was just for the weekend, but I realized I felt a lot happier and didn't really miss anything. They've been off ever since. It enhances your memory, makes you more attractive. It keeps you slim and lowers food cravings. It protects you from cancer and dementia. It wards off colds and flu. It lowers your risk of heart attacks and stroke, not to mention diabetes. Habits will last you a lifetime. Pay attention to ingredients. Buy organic. Carry a reusable water bottle and refuse single-use plastic. These habits become part of who you are, so when you're confronted with a new choice, your new habits will guide you. What's really problematic is the discrepancy of what is legally acceptable and what is actually safe. The EPA's standards have changed during various administrations, so what they consider legal may not be safe by scientific standards. Some consumers have a false sense of security that every product on the shelf is healthy and safe since we have these government agencies monitoring them, but sadly, that just isn't the case. Environmental stress is the silent killer that lives with us day in and day out and the one we may not pay much attention to until the day someone we love tells us over lunch that they have been diagnosed with stage three lymphoma or lung cancer.

Or we notice that the sun, which we used to love to worship, now hurts our skin because the ozone layer has gotten so thin. It applies to hearing as well as all other functions of the body. In this article I draw on the theoretical basis for the regeneration of hearing. I explain the basic method that has been in practical use since 2009. The theory and procedures are complemented by practical exercises that can be easily implemented at home, either alone or with the assistance of a partner. The practical approach presented in this article is novel, unconventional, and connects different areas of knowledge in the fields of physiology, biology, anatomy, physics, psychology, trauma therapy, field theory, and brain research. This approach goes beyond the purely mechanical notion that damage to the mechanism in the ear and subsequent hearing loss are the result of bent hairs in the inner ear or other such theories. It is truly possible to improve one's hearing, no matter what. Basic method: This is the proprietary method of training in consecutive steps to bring about improvement in listening skills. The term MUNDUS Basic Method for Listening Regeneration is trademarked in Germany at the German Patent and Trademark Office. Field theory: A model describing physical reality by means of fields, examining the interaction between the individual and the total field, or environment. It can be helpful to place a hand on the belly or chest to connect with the felt sense of the breath entering and leaving the body. When we do this practice, we are not thinking about the breath, although, of course, that can happen, and when it does, simply acknowledge it and bring your attention gently back to noticing the sensations of breathing. We are not trying to change the breath or breathe in any particular way, but if this happens naturally, just let it be. Sooner rather than later your mind is going to wander from the breath--perhaps it's thinking about that never-ending to-do list, what you are going to have for dinner, or perhaps how amazing your life will be when you land your dream job/partner/house (delete as applicable! The wandering mind is part of the practice, and you can read more about it on article 48. The instruction always remains the same: when you wake up and notice that your attention has wandered, acknowledge it and simply direct your attention to the breath once more. This continuous wandering and returning of the mind is at the heart of the practice. Every time you let go of a distraction and come back to the breath, you are strengthening your focus and attention and learning to let go of thoughts, which is an important skill. breath acts as an anchor and our attention is like the rope attached to it.

Settle into the felt sense of breathing, noticing how it comes and goes. was doing anything and everything to fill me up inside, because I was feeling awfully empty in there. Living reckless meant that I didn't have to face up to what was really happening. And I thought I could keep this going indefinitely. Then I got a woman who wasn't my girlfriend pregnant. I wasn't ready in any way to have a kid, and I made this very, very clear. Maria made it equally clear that she was keeping the baby, which freaked me out. Meanwhile, I had to tell my girlfriend (we were on again, sort of) that I'd gotten another woman pregnant. You can imagine how that went. Complicating the fact was that my mother and my girlfriend's mother were close friends, and this had created a huge amount of friction between them. I was a jerk at the time because I didn't want to be a man, but I was blaming everyone else. You'll even feel happier, less depressed, and less anxious. Are you interested? How could anyone not be? It turns out that this miraculous treatment is available to everyone on earth (at least in theory), and better yet, it's free. While it might seem too good to be true, the treatment Dr Walker touts is good, old-fashioned sleep--about eight hours a night--and his internationally acclaimed article Why We Sleep presents evidence drawn from decades of research showing that sleep is the single most important factor in determining our mental and physical health and performance. Sleep is vital to learning and memory. When we form new memories, they're stored in a region of the brain called the hippocampus. Our ability to absorb and retain new information diminishes the longer we stay awake, as the hippocampus fills to capacity. Sleep acts as a file-transfer mechanism, moving those memories from short-term storage in the hippocampus to long-term storage in the cortex, restoring our brain's learning capabilities by clearing space for us to absorb new information.