man-crying CROPPED.jpg   Can Gratitude Help You Recover from a Heart Attack?

There is growing evidence that being grateful may not only bring good feelings—it may also lead to better health. Why do some people recover after a heart attack while others don’t?

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  man-crying CROPPED.jpg   How Gratitude Can Reduce Burnout in Health Care

When we are sick, we look to medicine to heal us. But what does the medical profession do when it’s ailing from stress and overwork?

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  man-crying CROPPED.jpg   3 Spiritual Concepts that Will Help You to Endure Times of Chaos, Unrest and Fear

Due to our technological connectedness, now more than ever before people are feeling the heavy weight of severe cataclysmic and tragic events, affecting millions of people around the world, with only the promise of greater turmoil to come. It’s easy in this environment to slip into overwhelm, despair, anxiety and depression, which only makes things worse. It’s imperative to focus on self-care and personal spiritual cultivation in order to endure and protect ourselves from the negativity which confronts us.

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  man-crying CROPPED.jpg   Twelve Things Happy People Do Differently

I’d always believed that a life of quality, enjoyment, and wisdom were my human birthright and would be automatically bestowed upon me as time passed. I never suspected that I would have to learn how to live – that there were specific disciplines and ways of seeing the world I had to master before I could awaken to a simple, happy, uncomplicated life.”
Dan Millman

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  The Difference between Mindfulness and Meditation  

7 Rituals to Restore Some Calm in our Livesn

We live in such a fast-paced world. It’s a world that’s on 24/7 and a world in which we’re faced with a lot of negativity: crime, war, violence, arguments, drugs and ill-health. There’s a lot to test our inner peace, and so often, it can be hard to remain calm in the face of the chaos that surrounds us. I’ve studied mindfulness for many years, and as a result, I’ve honed the skill that is equanimity—something I’d never even heard of six years ago, yet something I now find is the most valuable skill I possess, as it helps me in all areas of my life and work.

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  The Seed of Buddha Meditation  

5 Principles for a Pure and Sound Mind

Up until this past year, I always had the good intention of beginning a daily meditation practice, yet I’d keep putting it off ‘until later.’ Meditation just seemed like such a lofty endeavour, and I consequently developed a sort of hang up about it. Ironically, the very thing that was supposed to grant serenity seemed instead to induce panic.

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Re-Connect With Ancient Indian Holistic Wisdom to Treat the Root Cause of Pain  

10 Natural Alternatives to Prescription Pain Medication

In an era of overmedication from pain relievers and abuse of the same prescription medications, we might rightly ask, “What did our forefathers do about pain?” Were they “super strong” and are we contemporary humans just weak “snowflakes”? Actually, our forefathers had plenty of natural and non-addictive methods for minimising pain.

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Gratitude is Good for the Heart and Soul

A new study discovered the more grateful you are, the lower your risk of heart attack. Is there a recipe for gratitude? Learn what highly grateful people do differently from the rest.

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