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How I’m Able To Work A 4-Hour Workweek & You Can Too

by Tam Hunt | I don’t actually work only four hours a week, but I will describe how I have reached a point where I could work only four hours a week if I wanted to. And that, it seems to me, is enough good news to share in my column. The four-hour workweek concept was popularized by Tim Ferris, now a ...

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Finding The Love In Letting Go

by Mark DeNicola | One of the greatest challenges we are continually coming across is the resounding difficulty associated with letting others go. It seems that no matter how hard we try, or the number of ways we try to explain things, certain individuals –that we have grown to love –simply refuse to move along with us. Rather then getting frustrated ...

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10 Top Stress Relief Techniques..

By Jordan | 1) Be Physically Active In order to maintain optimal health and eliminate stress, your body needs oxygen and food to feed its cells. This can be achieved through physical activities such as jogging, swimming, cycling, aerobics, etc. Develop a plan to exercise your heart and lungs regularly at a minimum of three days per week for 15 to ...

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The Amazing Benefits Earthing!

by John Holloway | Have you ever been barefoot at a park or on the beach, and just felt right? Just felt at home, connected in some form or fashion with the natural world? It’s a feeling that is so innately human, yet is forgotten so quickly upon returning the doldrums and monotony of the shoe-wearing concrete ridden western world. Have ...

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The Amazing Healing Power Of A Cats Purr

The Department of Animal Care and Control estimates there are hundreds of millions of cats in our world today, with the US having the highest number of registered cats at around 80 million. That makes for a lot of hairballs. Cats have developed an interesting relationship with humans over the course of history, playing a key role in our survival ...

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To All Beautiful Souls With a Fearful Mind

by Elina St-Onge | The spiritual journey is individual, highly personal. It can’t be organized or regulated. It isn’t true that everyone should follow one path. Listen to your own truth.” Ram Dass All fixed, organized and regulated beliefs refusing to remain flexible and open to wider perspectives, casting out all non-believers, are fear-based and separatist. All fixed believers refusing to ...

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The Easy Way To Start Exercising

by Stephan Gardner | What’s the easiest way to begin exercising? Let me tell you, the answer is probably easier than you think. In fact, it’s quite obvious when you think about it, but is often overlooked by most people who don’t exercise. I’m one of them. I rarely exercise at a gym or do squats or lift weights or whatever else the fitness ...

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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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