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The great Taoist sage, Laozi teaches us that the universe follows patterns and cycles, first swinging one way and then another
Sleepless nights do not discriminate. And if you’ve ever lain awake thinking about commitments to work, school, family and
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Dare to explore who you are. Be courageous to take off the veneer of your lower vibe earthly ego. Be strong enough to connect with your Highest Self. Persevere to maintain the brilliance of your unique column of Light.
These ideas will get your mind off the election -- we hope.
I think about this question when I write, when I teach tai chi and qigong, and when I am with patients as a psychotherapist
While this is undoubtedly true, I would argue that it was not my medical knowledge that helped me make wise decisions in this crisis but my staying calm and listening to my inner voice. I think this is at the heart of the question, "Who Am I?"
I tried and failed to exercise. I struggled with infection in the surgery wound and I re-started my vigorous fitness regime every other week before I understood that I needed something different.
In this era of overwhelming digital and electronic technology, we can all benefit from a day or more of unplugging and taking a nice break from technology.
I'd like to share something wonderful that I do for myself every chance I get that I enjoy for holistic self-care. I'm a
"Who am I?" can be answered in so many ways from the profound to the mundane. While each is worth considering, many of us skip over paying attention to ourselves on even the simplest level. For instance, does this food agree with me? Do I need six hours of sleep or eight? Does it help to exercise?
Chronic pain can be tough to live with, but these 10 daily habits may help you ease your discomfort and enjoy your life.
I was glad to see that while the "senior" intern brings wisdom, experience and balance into the frenetic workplace of an Internet startup, the movie also honors the energy and creativity of the Millennials who are driving today's tech economy.
I think it's fair to say that I've had my share of knocks over the years. Falling out with my boss despite being recognised as a talented individual in my field, started the ball rolling. But what then followed was a cascade of life-changing heartbreaks.
Can I say for sure that it has worked for me? Not with a double blind study, but I do believe that my investigations have led me to a plan which has helped me and maybe could help you, too.
As I have aged, in Tai Chi and race walking I discovered the same oasis of tranquility which my father found years ago. He
2. Get high-quality sleep. 1. Get enough sleep. 4. Avoid "junk" and eat healthy foods 3. Don't worry yourself into a frenzy
Remember when your mother told you to "sit up straight?" Apart from what your mother may have considered proper decorum, good posture appears to have many surprising mental health benefits.
My understanding comes in large part from my over 30 years of training in Aikido, a modern Japanese martial art that teaches