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How Do We Define Regret?

by Tara | How do we act out regret? If we look a little bit deeper is there any real substance to regret? Or have we all just given so much energy to the judgement of our own experiences that we then spend our entire lives limited due to this idea of “regret” and want the chance to change the past. ...

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5 Ways to Rid Your Biggest Fears

by Joe Martino | Think back to last time you really wanted to do something but didn’t? What stopped you from doing it? Did something change your mind? Was there a voice inside your head? Whatever the reason might have been, let’s take the time to stop and question what might be going on with our fears and how we can ...

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5 Thoughts That Are Dragging You Down

by Elina St-Onge | Is anyone else feeling it? It seems like there is this build up of energy on our planet at this time, more so than ever before. Everyone I talk to is sorting through personal challenges and forced to look at their egos -myself included! We are literally being pushed to the max so we can let go ...

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Our Soul Surrounded by All Our Mind Stories

by Joe Martino | On this planet we have bought into and played with many stories that are created at the mind level. Some may be individual stories and others collective. Some stories we play with are petty and small and others are a lot “bigger” and more deeply ingrained. It may be something like thinking we need to look a ...

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My Precious Self-Image…

Have you noticed how the ego wants to be the noble one, never wanting to get off its high horse… or only willing to admit its ‘faults’ and issues if it can AT LEAST be paired with a story that makes it seem justifiable or righteous? It’s hard for an ego to admit it has an ego… right? Much easier ...

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6 Signs You’re Unhealthy That You Probably Shouldn’t Ignore

by Mark DeNicola | Due in large part to the general busyness of our lives, our health is something that many of us -often unintentionally -take for granted. It isn’t until we get hit hard with an illness or serious disease that we bring our health into the forefront, doing everything we can to once again get it to function normally. Much ...

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10 Things We Should All Say More Often

by Mark DeNicola | There are over one million words in the English language, carrying their own unique meanings and nuances which, when combined in the right ways, can make magic happen. In the newest episode of the CE YouTube series “These Guys,” Joe and I discuss ten things that we feel we should all being saying to one another more often. Whether ...

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Try This DIY Foot Reflexology Before Bed For The Best Sleep Ever

by Laura Norman | A good night’s sleep? Do you even remember what that feels like? When my partner and I agreed to move into a newly remodelled loft condo in the historic Hudson’s Bay building in downtown Victoria, we were thrilled by a few interior features: double bathroom sinks, heated tile floors, west-facing (hello sunsets!) and massive floor-to-ceiling windows that were original ...

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Can You Bear To Deal With Your Shame?

by CarolineDiana | Shame strikes you more deeply than any other emotion – straight at your CORE – at the very junction where your physical and non-physical worlds collide. Shame not only affects your ability to truly know and find affinity with your REAL Self, but as an adult, your ability to show up and function effectively and authentically in the ...

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Why Do We Expect Something Out Of Relationships?

by Elina St-Onge | Why do we expect something out of relationships? Why do we tend to associate love with expectations, ideals, conditions, attachments and needs? An even better question is: What aspect of ourselves are we trying to protect and maintain through another? It all comes down to our imaginary “separate self”, our ego trying to get something (ideal) for ...

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