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My value is not defined by the money in my bank

It is probably clear – now more than ever to many people – that money and wealth are a fluid state of affairs. This is the case for every individual, every company, every institution and every government.  As Dr.Wayne Dyer…

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Is 2020 the start of the decade we finally tame the black dog?

“black dog” noun – a metaphorical representation of melancholy or depression. I’ll be the first to say that we have come a very long way in the struggle to get mental health difficulties and disorders recognised in the workplace and…

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You are not alone

This can be a very difficult time of year for millions of people. I, for one, don’t listen to the radio or watch much TV. This is because I don’t like being advertised to if I can help it. I…

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The most important person you may have to learn to forgive is YOURSELF!

I believe this is one of the hardest keys to unlocking healing of the self. It sits right alongside a new understanding in psychology of the importance of self compassion. We seem to find it easier in our hearts to…

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How Do You Learn To Teach Yoga? by guest blogger – Jason Smith

Do you love meditating by the sunset? Looking forward to take your yoga journey to the next level? Well you can definitely make a successful career becoming a yoga teacher! All you have to do is follow some basic steps…

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You are a story in the making so hold on!

This is an excerpt from Dan Millman’s – “Wisdom of the Peaceful Warrior”.  It continues with…”No matter how dark it may seem, whatever the pain or emptiness we may feel — the sense of despair, the loss of hope or…

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“Your past cannot survive in your presence” – Eckhart Tolle

This quote by one of the fathers of the modern day mindfulness movement is very simple and yet incredibly powerful and holds many layers to it. To say that “the past cannot survive” alludes to the possibility that we can…

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