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Love People Not Things!

If your anchor is made up of things, your boat will sink. If it’s made up of loving God, your neighbor and yourself, it will float. When I was 16, I read every book available by Leo F. Buscaglia, Ph.D. otherwise known as the “love doctor” or “hug doctor.” I still reference a quote of his daily: “People before Things.” ...

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7 Stress Relief Points to Collapse Stress in Your Body

Stress Relief - EFT Tapping

7 Stress Relief Points to Collapse the Stress Response in Your Body Have you ever heard the response when you are all worked up about something: “It’s All in Your Head.” Well, it’s true… the stress AND the relief are all in your head and the choice is yours.  God has wired us with built in stress relief points…you have been accessing them ...

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What is your desire to change?

Change is guaranteed and happening at every moment. Many people said that they want to change but either they don’t know how to change or they refuse to take the necessary action to change. Why are we so resistant to change? Change brings unfamiliarity, makes us excited and nervous at the same time. It signifies a shift, it can make us uncomfortable in ...

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WHAT IS HOLY YOGA AND HOW DID IT HELP ME?

It took a little while, but I found something better than yoga… Ten years ago, I probably wouldn’t have believed it, but it’s true. I was first introduced to the practice in my early 20s, and as far as I was concerned, yoga involved a single VHS tape that I played and re-played day after day, even after I had the postures memorized. ...

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The magic of singing bowls…

A Little History Lesson… Singing Bowls originated eighteen thousand years ago in a pre-Buddhist shamanic tradition, Bon Po.  Not much is known about how they were used at that time, as the earliest surviving documents referring to the tradition derives from 9th Century BC.  Today they are manufactured in Bhutan, Nepal, India and Tibet but also in Korea, Japan and ...

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Touch is our first language. Touch is primal.

Nestled deep within the Smokey Mountains of North Carolina, a group of friends from across the country get together for four days at the Wild Goose Festival along with some log cabin-living. As we began to settle from the events of the first day, someone noticed I brought my massage table along with an array of essential oils and asked ...

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Grab & Go De-Stress Solutions

Are the holidays having you running all over the place with a never ending to-do list!? Don’t let the busy holiday season get you stressed! Here are some de-stress solutions for the busy women on the go. Whether it is this holiday season or your daily routine throughout the year! Grab & Go De-Stress Solutions: 3 Steps to Boost Your ...

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Banish Negativity: 5 Easy Steps to a Sunny State of Mind!

We all get them at some time or other, worrying thoughts that lead to fearful imaginings. The skill is to recognize the instant these pessimistic messages pop into your head and to stop them immediately. There’s no doubt, words are powerful, even if we voice them internally. Research has shown that the amygdala – the part of the brain that ...

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Build a contagious happiness tribe

Why build a happiness tribe? Happiness is contagious and everything in life seems to magnify in size when we share our joy and happiest moments with others, even strangers. How we define happiness is subjective – Academic results, personal achievements, material possessions, career advancement, spiritual connections, newborn, marriage, travel, retirement, freedom etc. The point is we want to share. We ...

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The Power of Positive Thinking: Become a more Confident You!

We are what we think Every thought, reflection, and opinion that flashes through our minds at any given moment makes us who we are. If you are a confident, well adjusted person with a sunny outlook on life, it’s the result of a positive belief system. It has little to do with our upbringing, or life experiences. In fact, quite ...

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