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Happiness, the most elusive a thing to some, but effortless to others. So, how does it feel to be happy and what makes people happy?
This reality that you live within, is a manifestation of your own doing. Everything is your fault — both the good and the bad. Whether you like it or not. The sooner that we realize this, the sooner we can move forward. That is, The problem is not the problem. The...
So, what exactly is the truth behind this saying that happiness is a choice? Can you really choose happiness no matter what’s happening in and around your life?
When you start to let go of your ego, you start to tap into the universal consciousness that has always been at the core of your existence but veiled by the individualized ego.
You, too, have probably been struggling a lot with finding your own life purpose. But perhaps, no matter how much you try, nothing quite seems to work.
Getting out of bed in the morning can be seriously tough. When it’s 6 a.m. and it’s still dark outside and all you want to do is snuggle under your covers and nap until noon, dragging yourself out of bed can feel like a truly herculean task.
Do you ever have days when nothing seems to go right? From the moment you step out of bed, it feels like the world is conspiring against you.
Lifestyle, Environment, Relationships, & Physical Health – How much do they affect our physical health?
Most of us were led to believe that the genes we were born with dictate how healthy we will be. Conventional medicine tells us that we’re beholden to our genetics and all that we can do is to make the best of what we’ve been handed.
What we believe about ourselves (either consciously or unconsciously) greatly affects our thoughts, actions, and experiences.
Breath of fire is a breathing technique often used in Kunadlini Yoga. I first learned of it decades ago when I heard a medical doctor speak about his work with those in prison. This quick “super-charging” requires no equipment, can be done anywhere, and leaves you feeling energized.
My dog and I shared a problem: inflammation. His eye was so inflamed that the veterinarian was talking removal of it, and the chronic pain in my occiput was not fun.
We’ve all listened to, and often benefited from, the advice of well-intended friends, relatives, and colleagues. While growing up and feeling the anxiety of how to form one’s life to “get it right” it can be comforting to believe that others have figured out how “it” should be.
My Uncle Alfred is my father’s oldest sibling. He and I have always lived 1500 miles apart and, other than once as a toddler, I didn’t meet him until I was 26. Despite the distance, he greatly influenced my family.