I admit I was entirely arrogant at first. I spent my first yoga class judging my ability, flexibility and balance as a means to determine whether I liked it or not. After that first class I thought proudly, that was easier than people make it sound. I didn’t go back again until a year later, the point at which a new tightly-wound roommate drove me so crazy that I found myself looking for excuses to get out of the house.…Continue
Added by Eila Kundrie Carrico on January 20, 2016 at 7:00pm — No Comments
Astragalus root grows in China and East Asia and has been used for over 2,000 years. It’s great for having more energy, vitality, and for boosting up our immune system. And it also works as a great anti-inflammatory, for wound healing, cancer fighting agent, diabetes, old age fatigue, multiple chemical sensitivity, herpes, anemia, kidney disease, adrenal fatigue, heart disease, liver challenges, allergies, helps with…Continue
Added by Dr. Paul Haider on January 20, 2016 at 2:13pm — No Comments
There are 7 very important aspects to every human being. They are spiritual in nature and need our attention. These 7 areas are talked about in spiritual texts as vitally important. And if all 7 aspects are cared for… a person will be happy.
Examine the Day - Many people never take the time to just be, they are always…Continue
Added by Dr. Paul Haider on January 20, 2016 at 2:11pm — No Comments
It is difficult to pick up a magazine or scroll through our social media without seeing a mention of either mindfulness or meditation. Sometimes it can be confusing as the terms seem to be interchangeable. Here is a simple explanation on the ways that they are separate, similar and synchronize together.
We can start with two common myths. Mindfulness is NOT thinking really hard about something, which sounds stressful. Meditation is NOT about shutting down the mind…Continue
Added by Kathryn Remati on January 20, 2016 at 11:51am — No Comments
Do you think marriage has to become boring after a while? That's a myth. You can add excitement to your relationship--by branching out from your "same old same old," familiar, predictable actions.
Granted, we like routines. It's nice to know we can count on our spouse being there when we go to bed and wake up. But this doesn't mean that after realizing he's (or she's) the one that the fun has to end.
It means to notice when it's time to add excitement to your marriage.…Continue
Here are some wonderful high protein pastas that will boost protein intake and keep the carbs down thus making it easy to lose weight. Thus these great noodles will keep a person lean, and they can still enjoy pasta. Who said pasta packs on the pounds, here are a few gluten free high protein pastas… that will make a person feel great and look good.…Continue
Once there was a little boy who was very shy, and all the little boy wanted was for his mother to hold him and keep him safe. He wanted his mothers attention, his mothers love and connection, thus he would feel good about being alive. Yet his mother was abused when she was a child, and didn’t have the capacity to hold her child. Here is the little boy’s story— a story of love, a story of peace. And a story about a tiny…Continue
Added by Dr. Paul Haider on January 19, 2016 at 11:59am — No Comments
As the masses awaken to a new reality and begin to witness the veils of illusion being lifted, it is important to know where to turn for advice and guidance. There are so many large businesses focused, and taking advantage of the newly awakened it is very difficult to decipher where and who to turn to. Having awoken myself, I began to research using the wonderful internet, which as we all know, can be…Continue
Our relationships are our greatest teachers. They have the capacity to empower us to be our best, most actualized self as well as lead us to dark, unfathomable places in our lives. Whether good or bad its no question that our relationships do in fact change us greatly. These changes are often unconscious and subtle but the question of whether or not we should change for our relationships is not as straight forward as one may expect. It’s a question that requires that we first understand what…Continue
Gac fruit comes from Asia and it’s a new super food. It’s medium size red melon with spines, and it’s full of healing goodness. And Gac Fruit contains 70 times more lycopene than tomatoes - Wow! And it’s also called “The Fruit from Heaven” because it’s so luscious and sweet. And Gac Fruit contains more healing compounds that all the other superfoods. …Continue
Added by Dr. Paul Haider on January 18, 2016 at 1:17pm — No Comments
It’s very interesting that in Native American societies there the words— “I, Me, and My” do not exist… there is only “WE”. And if all of a sudden those 3 little words just disappeared, what would happen? Perhaps the world would heal and great changes would take place… lets explore the possibilities. From a spiritual perspective in all the spiritual texts talk about “WE”. …Continue
Added by Dr. Paul Haider on January 18, 2016 at 1:14pm — No Comments
“I think the reward for conformity is that everyone likes you except yourself.” ~ Rita Mae Brown
Everyone has come to adulthood with some hurtful or limiting belief about themselves. And for each one affected, each one has had his or her self-love challenged. It’s sad that it happens this way, but so many of us have become the change because of it, that I think it’s possible for you, too.
One unfortunate drawback of being human is that our human flaws and criticisms can…Continue
Man are born equal & the identity of the child is known after his arrival on our Mother Earth .It is the identity of parents which remains the criteria for the child regarding his identity in relation to CASTE,CREED & RELIGION .
The development of growth of the child at the initial stage is fully dependent on his parents & subsequent his education ,his behavior ,his company ,his career ,growth & development beside his contribution as a human being…
Added by Rohit.M.Parikh on January 17, 2016 at 1:30pm — No Comments
Knowledge is power as no limitation .For acquiring the knowledge -learning we have to keep our mind & vision open this will help us to keep our intelligence open & help us to receive something new knowledge ,guidelines for our development .
Added by Rohit.M.Parikh on January 17, 2016 at 1:30pm — No Comments
Some time ago I found myself in the uncomfortable situation of being overwhelmed, stressed and still persistently trying to do too many things at the same time. Ambivalent feelings, grand, creative impulses, but nothing created, in combination with stress over a thousand details that just had to fall into place, had brought me to a state of light frenzy. My solar plexus was spinning on overdrive, while my mind was building plans, that fell apart as soon as they were about to be put into…Continue
Here is a great Native American story and also a
great way to create peace which is all powerful
and will change a persons life.
Added by Dr. Paul Haider on January 17, 2016 at 8:52am — No Comments
Balancing Prana Vayu the First Vital Wind
The Five Vayus or 5 Vital Winds, mentioned in the oldest spiritual scriptures known to man called the Vedas, categorize…Continue
Added by Ashley Beasley on January 16, 2016 at 9:00pm — No Comments
One of the most frequent questions I get is "How do I know when my intuition is real or I'm making it up?"
There are many characteristics of a true and real intuitive message. One is that a real intuition message is clear, short and to the point. It may be a flash of an image and the image is hard to manipulate in your mind. Many times a real intuitive message gives you a stronger feeling or "knowing" than your made up thoughts. The problem is that intuitive messages are very subtle…Continue
Added by Lisa K. on January 16, 2016 at 5:06pm — No Comments
As we enter an awakened state of consciousness, where we have gained distance from the confines of dualistic thinking, we find ourselves at the fulcrum point of neutrality. In some respects, this feels like a good marker; we no longer evaluate experiences as inherently bad (or good), which can reduce or release our suffering. Neutrality brings to us an impersonal realization that what happens to people may not be so… well, personal. At a minimum, it offers a perspective above the haze of…Continue