A 10-Day Guide to Remedy, Re-Meet, and Transformation into Yourself: Molly McCord
“Reflect more. go lower.
Unplug for longer. I feel powerful.
A wise part of us knows that technology has become so much of an unconscious habit and co-dependence that it slowly saps our daily enthusiasm for living a fulfilling and meaningful life.
Are you feeling tired? Worried? Lost in comparison to other people’s lives? Are you too shy about selfies and your appearance? Tethered to your phone excessively? Are you well aware of what other people are doing and feel like you’re not doing enough in your life?
There is a reason why:
We are addicted to digital fast food.
Are you ready to return to the art of daily rituals, listen to your inner messages, and simply focus on joy?
On this unique 10-day journey, discover inspiring ways to open up more about your vast talents and the inner sources of happiness that are always waiting for you – if you stop scrolling.
With a sobering focus that our digital devices are here to stay, this guide will help you find it easier and more free to step away from the keyboard and take advantage of the natural elevations of living with fewer electronic connections and a more mindful presence on a daily basis.
You will be invited to reprioritize your time and consider new possibilities in your life over the course of 10 days. What is intrinsic and what is unconscious habit? Where do you find joy and where do you waste time? Are you detached from your heart and subconsciously suppressing your needs?
Bring your therapy back to a safe place that invites you to discover more natural sources of happiness – no chargers required.
Re-meet more of your Divine Self tapping on your shoulder and trying to get your attention, on that screen in your hands.
Return to another world that eagerly awaits your presence: the natural world, your inner world, the creative world, or the spiritual world.
Prepare to experience great guidance and mindful presence as you open yourself up more as a natural infusion of new energy.” — Molly McCord
How does digital media use affect brain development
“Growing up healthy in the world of digital media. What parents and educators need to know: How digital media use affects brain development”
The 20-minute video presents neuroscience findings on children’s brain development under the influence of digital media. The video is based on the results of research conducted by neurobiologist Professor Gertrude Teuchert Nodt. Dr. Devra Davis of the EHT also comments in the video.
All over the world, smartphone and internet addiction, lack of exercise and exposure to radiation are a major problem, especially among children. The video analyzes the causes and suggests solutions.
Reset your child’s brain: A four-week plan to end meltdowns, raise grades, and boost social skills by reversing the effects of electronic screen time.: Victoria L. Dunckley, MD
“A no-cost, non-pharmaceutical treatment plan for children with behavioral and mental health challenges
An increasing number of parents are grappling with children who act out for no apparent reason. Many of these hyperactive and irritable children are diagnosed with ADHD, bipolar disease, autism, or other disorders but do not respond well to treatment. Then they are treated, often with poor results and unwanted side effects. Building on emerging scientific research and extensive clinical experience, pediatric psychiatrist Dr. Victoria Dunkley devised a four-week program to treat a recurring underlying cause, Electronic Screen Syndrome (ESS).
Dr. Dunkley discovered that daily use of interactive screen devices – such as computers, video games, smartphones and tablets – can easily over-stimulate a child’s nervous system., which leads to the emergence of a variety of intractable symptoms. In contrast, I found that electronic sprints alone improve mood, focus, sleep, and behavior, regardless of the child’s diagnosis.
Now shown in this book, this simple intervention can produce a life-changing transformation of brain function – all without cost or medication. Dr. Dunkley provides hope to parents who feel their child has been misdiagnosed or treated inappropriately, by offering an alternative explanation for their child’s difficulties and a concrete plan to treat them.”
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Patricia Burke works with activists across the country and advocates internationally for new biologically based limits on microwave radiofrequency exposure. It is based in Massachusetts and can be accessed at [email protected].