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Long-awaited times are here

January 5, 2014

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by Hilary Bee —  Have you ever had the feeling that you have a big contribution to make to the world, that there is something very important for you to do? You know you are here for a reason, and that your time will come. You may even be feeling this strongly right now — […]

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Walking in balance with your inner politician

September 20, 2013

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by Rochelle Sparrow — As I was jogging with my husband the other day, it was a typical day with sparkling sunshine flowing in front of our shoes on the sidewalk. However, my husband hardly seemed to notice the beauty because he was agitated over the political conditions in Iraq. His agitaition was clearly justified, […]

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Looking for loss in all the wrong places

September 18, 2013

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by Bronwyn Marmo —  “We are searching in the wrong place. The answer is beyond you … beyond me … beyond self. Let’s go where the answer is.” — Carl Jung We are a nation crying out for a new solution to our health crisis, as 64 percent of Americans are overweight or obese. Americans […]

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Goals stalled? Always running behind? Stuck in a rut?

September 11, 2013

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by Kathy Gates —  Procrastination means “putting it off.” Whether it is a career goal, a home project or something about your daily life, a goal that has plateaued can rattle your motivation and challenge your thinking. Eventually, the bigger effect can be putting your entire life — not just a single task — on […]

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10 steps for dealing with difficult people — from cantankerous coworkers to temperamental teenagers

July 17, 2013

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by Ray Dodd —  They annoy us. Cause us trouble. Push our buttons. They are difficult people, and we seem to encounter them constantly: at work, at home and everywhere in between. What do we need to know to deal with the people who repeatedly irritate us? What do we do, in particular, if these […]

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Put mind over matter with integrative imagery

July 13, 2013

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by Nancy Beauchamp —  When people hear the words integrative imagery, they probably think about CAT scans or MRIs. But integrative imagery does not refer to a mechanical device separate from us. Rather, it is a technique of putting mind over matter to become healthier. In her book, Molecules of Emotions, Candace Pert states that […]

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The answers are in the questions

June 8, 2013

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by Sherry Anshara —  In the past several months, have you noticed that people seem to be asking the same or similar types of questions? Whether or not it is in business, personal or even general discussion, people seem to be asking questions, such as: Why am I feeling so tired?; Why do I feel […]

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Great expectations

May 11, 2013

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by Sandy Jones —  Have you ever gone shopping for a particular item with a vision firmly planted in your mind of what it looks like, feels like or even tastes like? But what happens next? If your experience has been like mine, most of the time you never find it. When we become so […]

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New resolution: You already have everything you need

April 23, 2013

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by Kristin Cicciarelli —  Have you ever set out to accomplish a goal, determined to see it through, when you realized you did not know where to begin? Suddenly your good intentions were stopped dead in their tracks by a lack of resources and materials. A good example might be those 20 pounds you have […]

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Looking back — what would you change?

April 21, 2013

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by Sherry Anshara —  We have all said it at one time or another: “If only I had known then what I know now, things would be different.” But would they really? Probably not. You did exactly what you did at that time, because you were not ready to do anything differently. What you did […]

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Of fishbowls and boxes

April 18, 2013

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by Scott Kalechstein —  When I was a kid, I had pet goldfish. When it was time to clean their bowl, we would put the fish into a large bathtub. I was always curious about why they would continue to swim in the same small circumference, as if they were still in their little bowl. […]

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How to attain life balance

April 17, 2013

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by Ada Porat —  Search for “life balance” on Google and you will find more than 98 million references. This is one hot topic! But is life balance even possible in modern society? Amid the material wealth of the industrialized world, the struggle for balanced living has reached pandemic proportions. Never before in history have […]

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Stories, stories and more stories

April 1, 2013

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by Sherry Anshara —  In your childhood, someone — your parents, teachers, babysitters — read stories to you. Now you watch television shows: soap operas, telenovelas or nighttime dramas, etc. — more stories. You go to movies — more stories. And good grief, the news media sensationalizes stories on every channel for ratings. Everyone, including […]

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