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Meet Chris Paradox, The Man Who Gave Up His £70K Salary To Live Under A Tree In Battersea

Chris Paradox is what you might describe as an optimist. A one-legged, existentialist, stand-up beat poet (his description, not ours), he has a knack for turning tragedy into triumph and prides himself on finding the “gift in every situation”. Such is his ability to see the glass half full, that he spends life touring the country to inspire others and ...

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10 Warm-Up Exercises You Should Include Into Your Workout Routine

The warm-up is a highly important part of your workout routine and, yet, is ignored by most people. Avoiding warm-ups doesn’t allow you to perform the rest of your workout routine adequately, it can also cause pain and many other difficulties that will prevent you from exercising. The warm-up is especially important before weight loss exercises and exercises for back ...

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How Turmeric helps fight deadly diseases

Daniel Matthews | What can’t turmeric do? Given everything we are discovering about this fiery yellow substance, it looks to be the most super of all superfoods. But can it help prevent or cure cancer? Can it help with Alzheimer’s? Given how many people these diseases effect, and Western science’s inability to find real cures, anything as powerful as turmeric ...

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Lost

Quddous Ahmed | Pressed for life during the struggle This cold air creating a frost Wandering deep in the valley of trouble In sujood I found what I lost When everything I was- was fake Questions to scholars I tossed With my life what am I to make? But in sujood I found what I lost A strong believer is ...

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Lullaby to Inner child

Justina Geneviciute |   Don’t be afraid to come out… I am here with you now, Fully present and fully engaged I acknowledge you.   I am here with you now.   Don’t be scared to tell me your fears I am here to listen to you I am here to understand. You are fully supported by me And there’s ...

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Heal with Seven colours from the kitchen shelf

Sabinder Singh | Colours are a part of our everyday lives. They enhance a decor, they please the eye and they can heal. Colour therapy is used as an alternate form of healing, to bring balance to the body and mind. There are various ways that colour can be incorporated in day to day living. Colour can be eaten, worn, ...

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Cancer and radio waves: the doctor is out

Daniel Matthews | I can remember it well. On the same day in 2011, the World Health Organization (WHO) announced two new potential causes of cancer: pickles, and cell phones. People may not eat pickled veggies all the time, but we use cellphones constantly. By so doing, we send radio waves from cellphones into our brains. We wouldn’t have this ...

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Follow intuition

Little Wolfe | Follow intuition. Let it take you to formidable lands, based upon the sea. The ever changeable valley between the trees, singing songs of their own realities. Worlds being lived, in places the human rarely finds themselves. The sea, always seeming to show her raging emotion. While below the surface, even the biggest storm cannot shake her. Balancing ...

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The Crazy Simple Wisdom Of Ho’oponopono. Why forgive one who wrongs you?

by Christina Sarich | “Why forgive one who wrongs you? Because if you angrily strike back you misrepresent your own divine soul nature—you are no better than your offender. But if you manifest spiritual strength you are blessed, and the power of your righteous behavior will also help the other person to overcome his misunderstanding.” ~Paramahansa Yogananda A Kahuna is a ...

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Here’s How to Tell if You’re Emotional Eating & How to Fix it

By Ranae Whitmore | Emotional eating is the process where a person, either subconsciously or consciously, uses food to mask an underlying emotional need. It is a difficult challenge because many times the person who suffers with this knows only that they are compelled to eat; they do not understand why they can’t control it or the underlying emotion that ...

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