It’s hard to believe another month has come and gone! Where oh where does the time go when you’re having fun? Technically, time is the same whether we enjoy it or not, so why not embrace each moment as an adventure to create fun or at least something positive from each experience? Being conscious and aware in each moment we are granted an opportunity to take those metaphorical “lemons” and create “lemonade!” Some situations are easier to recognize than others, but I believe…Continue
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We are considering a weekly call in show for our members who want the benefits for their business side of conscious marketing tips.
Depending on the feedback we get will determine what medium we will use - but it's time to move our happy conscious selves forward! ;-)
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Added by deZengo on September 29, 2011 at 7:00pm — No Comments
The ART of Cancer
Q : What do you get when you cross a designer, artist, yogini, social activist with cancer?
A: You get a conscious voice who realizes, in the words of Franklin D. Roosevelt, that there is “nothing to fear but fear itself!” My personal battle with breast cancer provided me with an opportunity to get involved in the healing process and dig deep! As the result…Continue
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Liane Legey is a one woman dynamo. Although I met her in the virtual world, she quickly became one of my dear long lost soul sisters, a collaborator and a business associate.
I have watched her create lessons plans, teach distant classes, manage a community of thousands (…
Each month we seek alternative and creative methods to help our readers focus on simple and practical ways to rediscover their individual health via the mind, body and spirit. There is no magic pill to be offered as a supplement for individual commitment and effort. We can share the tips and techniques that have worked for us and many others as they also discovered the most important part of living a healthy and happy life begins with the commitment and individual dedication to do…Continue
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Within our body there are seven major energy centers, called chakras. These spiritual centers are aligned along the spinal column and are related to certain organs in the physical body. When energy is out of balance or not flowing correctly in the spiritual centers of the body, it can manifest as different kinds of imbalances, eventually resulting in illness or imbalance in the corresponding organs. Since the breast is close to and associated with the heart chakra, breast cancer can be seen…Continue
Breast Cancer Awareness Month – PREVENTION not Treatment
October is a special month for me personally and for millions of women (and men) who have been or will be diagnosed with cancer, as it is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Although there are notably more women diagnosed than men with this type of cancer, no one is safe until we redirect our funding dollars toward PREVENTION not Treatment!
It has been suggested that…Continue
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September is national yoga awareness month. I am dedicating my writings to the power of yoga! Yoga has been a huge influence in my life and has given back to me in so many ways! So this month, I am introducing the power of yoga and how it may have an influence over you.
National Yoga Month: Reasons To Incorporate Yoga As A Lifestyle
1. Creates Discipline: Discipline is a necessity in life. Discipline
is essential for achieving any kind of success in your life! It…
Added by deZengo on September 7, 2011 at 3:30pm — No Comments
In order to have complete health and wellbeing, all parts of existence must be addressed and attention given. More often than not, the emphasis has been placed on the physical aspects which are necessary as a means to work the muscle groups and all major organs. However, as a human our health is dependent on three separate but interconnected pieces – seen and unseen. The first is the most obvious…Continue
Each month, as topics relating to our mental, physical or spiritual health are discussed, we are laying the foundation for a “RoadMAP” to healing that begins with(IN). I have been inspired lately as I continue to see and connect with those creating change as they “just do –what they do!” It reinforces what my belief that…
Added by deZengo on August 29, 2011 at 12:30am — No Comments
A Story of Giving
Ms. Pearson had a…
Belly breathing. Most adults do not realize that they spend the majority of their lives breathing incorrectly and this is the cause of many major health problems related to stress. It amazes people to find out that a simple thing such as breathing can truly affect their health in positive ways. But what is belly breathing and why is it important to practice during knitting? …
Added by deZengo on August 26, 2011 at 1:30am — No Comments
by Mandy Leng
I was born in postwar England and it was a very difficult way to grow up after I hit the teen years. In the middle of great turmoil I found a Yoga book written by an East Indian yoga practitioner. It had photographs of him doing Yoga poses and explained how to do them, along with instructions on breathing and meditating.
No-one I knew was interested in it, so I…
Added by deZengo on August 25, 2011 at 7:30pm — No Comments
The Recycling Blues—
Blue Jeans, that is!
•Long strips of 1/2-inch-wide, bright solid color and calico cotton material (torn across the grain)
•Blunt, wide-eye plastic tapestry needle
•3 yards of 1/4-inch cotton piping cord or…Continue
Added by deZengo on August 24, 2011 at 3:30pm — No Comments
Knitting Therapy -
Meet the Yarn Therapist
Everyone who knits or crochets has probably heard something about the therapeutic qualities needlecraft offers. However, no one ever really stops to explain exactly what these qualities are. After doing a bit of research I thought a blog post might help clarify the topic. It is being reported now that stress may be responsible for up to 90% of medical conditions. There…
Added by deZengo on August 23, 2011 at 4:30pm — No Comments