• 5 Positive Things to Say to Someone Who's Depressed, and 4 Things Never to Say

    After years of being a psychiatrist and dealing with depression and other mental health issues, this is what I’ve learned: When someone is depressed, there are things you should say and things you shouldn’t say. You should say these 5 positive things:1) “I see that you’re having a hard…

    By Marcia Sirota

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  • Why Do People Resist Using Their Intuition?

    Being highly intuitive isn’t for the select few. All of us can be taught to develop our intuition. Learning to work with the energy around us and our intuition will help us achieve the clarity in life we seek and to realize we are down our right path. There are certain protocols one needs to follow…

    By Gail Serna

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  • Could Anemia Be Affecting Your Mindfulness Practice?

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    By Lauren Laporte

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  • 12 Ways to Boost Mind, Body, Spirit in 2020

    Why do New Year’s Resolutions fail? They take too long. In our hyper times, we’re constantly in flux, and slowing down for anything is to admit defeat—or die. But what if you could both keep up with your busy life and slow down so it all makes sense?You can, and the holidays are a good time to…

    By Robyn M Fritz

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  • How to Become a Better Yoga Instructor

    Being a yoga instructor can be a rewarding experience for both you and your students. Doing everything that you can to become the best teacher possible will help you develop…

    By Rachelle Wilber

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  • The ecstatic stillness

    AbstractThe restless minds find the voice, the ecstasy that we so desire as the chaos breaks so powerfully in the dancing stillness. The silence that gives us back the forgotten tunes of an ancient song, the song of life and this universe. Often, caught in the net of enmeshment of materialism, we…

    By Jayita Bhattacharjee

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  • Witness the New Year with a Heart-filled Mind

    Abstract: As 2020 approaches we all scurry to welcome the New Year carrying with us the baggage of our past. What if instead we hugged our past goodbye and tried something different to find peace in our lives? Witnessing, or Sakshibhav Meditation, works with believers and nonbelievers alike. The…

    By Shuddhaanandaa Brahmachari

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  • The Light We Shine

    The Light We ShineBy Judi LynchWord count -698 (September submission posted 10-5-2019)Bio word count -60Verily, there are incredible and kind-hearted people in the world whose purpose in life is to bring light to others for the good of humanity! When we reflect on their amazing acts of heroism and…

    By Judi Lynch

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  • Dying with Grace

    Dying is never a subject we want to discuss but, it is important for us to ease any fears for those ready to transition. As a family member, watching the deterioration and not being able to find the right words to bring comfort, it can be even more daunting. There are things we can do to ease any…

    By Kay Reynolds

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  • 3 Steps to Engage with Fear to Move Beyond Your Limited Self

    We have been conditioned to live our lives in a state of fear, being dictated on how to live, what to eat, what to do what not to do, how to look, how to feel, what we can…

    By Nicola Lucie

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