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Her Soul in Bloom: Self-Care for All Stages of Life

by Marlaina Donato To be female is to be blessed with an innate gift for multitasking, but in our fast-paced, jam-packed world, daily life for most women is a juggling act that can come with a steep price tag if self-care isn’t on the to-do list. Depression, anxiety and feeling …

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Protecting Our Highly Sensitive Selves

Simple Practices for Energy Protection and Inner Calm by Helene Verdile Being an empath or a highly sensitive individual is a bit like having an extremely high antenna which is tuned into everything. It can be overwhelming to live like an emotional sponge to everyone and everything that surrounds us, …

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The Path to Wealth: How to Make a Dream Come True

by May McCarthy Successful professional athletes, musicians and business men and women that have achieved their goals can often point to repetition as a key to their prosperity and success. Undergoing both physical and mental training on a daily basis are keys for them to perform at their highest levels. …

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Head, Heart and Gut: Lodestars of Powerful Decision Making

by Lee Milteer We are living in unprecedented times of stress, confusion and overwhelm. We all need resources to help navigate these challenging times and make the right decisions for the highest and best long-term good for ourselves, our families and our businesses. Those resources can be found within each …

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Holiday Happiness Helpers: Six Ways to Bring On Joy

by James Baraz To truly enjoy the holidays, try these simple, research-based practices to maintain a healthy state of mind. 1 Set an intention to enjoy the holidays. By making the conscious decision to be open to true well-being and happiness, we’ll be more likely to have our “antenna” up, …

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Indigenous Wisdom: Elders Urge Us to Reimagine Life

by Anita Sanchez First, 27 indigenous elders from 23 North American tribes, two African tribes, a Tibetan Buddhist and a Sami from Finland gathered at Turtle Mountain, in Dunseith, North Dakota, in 1994. Recently, 13 elders from 10 tribes from Russia, Columbia, South Africa and the U.S. gathered in Kauai, …

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A Kinder Heart: Cultivating a Life of Compassion

by Amy Leigh Mercree The path to mentally transcending the world’s intrusive bustle is to be compassionate with our self and others. It begins in a relaxed heart from which emanate daily thoughts, words and deeds. Here’s a helpful centering exercise. Sit or lie in a quiet spot for about …

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Doing Nothing: Why Timeouts Matter

by April Thompson In a harried world where our work is never done, it’s tough to take timeouts to do nothing. Yet, when we pump the brakes on Americans’ obsessive drive, we discover fresh productivity, creativity and contentment. “We’re socialized to pride ourselves on accomplishment and achievement, yet when you …

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