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  • Maybe This Is What Happiness Is
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    Maybe This Is What Happiness Is

    With a lift of his chin and a bit of a grin,Without any doubting or quiddit, He started to sing as tackled the thing That couldn’t be done and he did it. —Edgar Guest I’ve always believed in the adage “actions speak louder than words.” I’ve never been one to seek guidance from commercial catch… More

  • The Evolution of Consciousness: Yogic Transmission – PART 3
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    The Evolution of Consciousness: Yogic Transmission – PART 3

    Last month, in Part 2, Kamlesh D. Patel described the subtle body of a human being, including how it evolves, and the importance of a meditative practice in that process. In this issue, he introduces us to the journey we embark upon to expand consciousness and the role of Yogic Transmission in that journey. Just… More

  • 7 Self-Love Practices That Helped Me Heal from a Devastating Divorce
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    7 Self-Love Practices That Helped Me Heal from a Devastating Divorce

    “Unlike self-criticism, which asks if you’re good enough, self-compassion asks what’s good for you?” ~Kristin Neff My husband and family were my world. Although I’d found joy in my passion of writing, my heart revolved around my marriage. I thought we were happy. Then one day, he dropped the bomb: “I don’t love you anymore.”… More

  • How to Escape the Emotional Eating Cycle and Stop Feeling Lonely
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    How to Escape the Emotional Eating Cycle and Stop Feeling Lonely

    “When you no longer believe that eating will save your life when you feel exhausted or overwhelmed or lonely, you will stop. When you believe in yourself more than you believe in food, you will stop using food as if it were your only chance at not falling apart.” ~Geneen Roth I used to eat… More

  • How to Stop Feeling Lonely and Escape the Emotional Eating Cycle
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    How to Stop Feeling Lonely and Escape the Emotional Eating Cycle

    “When you no longer believe that eating will save your life when you feel exhausted or overwhelmed or lonely, you will stop. When you believe in yourself more than you believe in food, you will stop using food as if it were your only chance at not falling apart.” ~Geneen Roth I used to eat… More

  • The Antidote to Shame: I Am Enough
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    The Antidote to Shame: I Am Enough

    “You alone are enough. You have nothing to prove to anybody.” ~Maya Angelou I grew up with a father who was an addict. When I was fourteen my dad hit rock bottom and lost a job with a six-figure salary, my parents separated, my dad went to rehab for alcoholism and sex addiction, and I learned my dad had… More

  • Be Good to Yourself: 10 Powerful Ways to Practice Self-Love
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    Be Good to Yourself: 10 Powerful Ways to Practice Self-Love

    “Self-love, self-respect, self-worth: There’s a reason they all start with ‘self.’ You can’t find them in anyone else.” ~Unknown It was one of those nights. I was in a busy New York bar, having fun and enjoying myself. That was, until someone asked me: “So, what do you do?” Within a few seconds my fun,… More

  • Why I’ve Upgraded to a Drama-Free Relationship
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    Why I’ve Upgraded to a Drama-Free Relationship

    “Love is not what you say. Love is what you do.” ~Unknown I used to think that true love should be passionate and intense. When someone broke up with me or treated me poorly, I’d imagine that he really didn’t mean it. Surely he was really a good person and truly loved me, but was… More

  • 7 Ways An Improved Spirituality is Emerging in the Western World
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    7 Ways An Improved Spirituality is Emerging in the Western World

    Finally there is a little more ‘uncommon sense’ sweeping widely across spiritual mindsets in Western communities. Even though there are still many ideological splits – especially in regards to those who lean towards a more gnostic view and those who engage more with new age perspectives – there appears to be a greater acceptance of… More

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