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Making powerful decisions

April 12, 2012

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by Ada Porat —  “Every option seems to have a down side. How do I know which is best? I just do not know what to do,” a friend recently complained. She was caught in a quandary. After losing a well-paying job and pounding the pavement for months to find another, an excellent opportunity came […]

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Peace and Happiness

March 5, 2012

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 by Dr. Larry Wilson —  An overall healthful lifestyle is often the most important aspect of maintaining health. Here are some simple ways to live well and find more peace and happiness in your life. Sleep and rest Sleep at least eight or more hours every single day. If you require an extra hour to […]

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A bookaholic speaks out

March 1, 2012

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by Irene Conlan —  Hi, my name is Irene and I am a bookaholic. Yes, I truly am. I cannot get enough of them. I have books secretly stashed in filing cabinets, on top of the piano, the kitchen table, on the floor beside my wingback chair, in the seat of the car and, more […]

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Turning words into wisdom

February 28, 2012

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by Sue Meyn —  It has been my experience that when we take time to write the words that describe our lives day to day, we acquire wisdom from those words. That wisdom may not show itself immediately. The words we use may be disorganized and unremarkable — even ordinary and routine. They also may […]

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Coaching the soul

February 27, 2012

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by Sunil Ahuja —  Most life coaching is about coaching the ego. Life coaching generally works toward achieving goals by attracting things, making and executing plans, modifying behaviors or changing specific thoughts and feelings. It is based on the notion that happiness and fulfillment depend on getting something, whether it is a physical object or […]

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A new friend

February 24, 2012

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by Sue Meyn —  We hear so much about the value of journaling today, including research that shows it improves immune system functioning and reduces blood pressure. Journal writing seems like such a simple endeavor, but many find it hard to begin or to sustain. You could compare getting started keeping a journal to starting […]

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Slow it down

February 24, 2012

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by Ada Porat —  Paramahansa Yogananda said, “Always remember that seclusion is the price of greatness. In this tremendously busy life, unless you are more by yourself you can never succeed.” This quote speaks to me, because I have just spent several days ignoring Yogananda’s wisdom. Rushing about to take care of business and personal […]

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The tao of intimacy

February 23, 2012

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by Scott Kalechstein Grace —  Intimacy. Connection. Getting close. We are made for it. Yet many of us push it away, guard against it, and treat it as a threat. Or, we are so hungry for it that when we reach for intimacy with another, we cling and grab, and it slips through our fingers […]

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You have the power to change

February 23, 2012

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by Ada Porat —  As humans, we are both burdened and blessed by the great responsibility of free will — the power of choice. In large part, our future is determined by the choices we make now. In fact, we live and die by the choices we make. And never in the history of mankind […]

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