Category Archives: health/well-being

Re-fueling and Renewing

“The universe will fill your cup — if you carry a big cup, a little cup, or a thimble!” – Sonia Choquette   Meditating in this Zen Garden, would easily renew a sense of tranquility and peace, but what if you don’t have a garden? Not to worry. Re-fueling our dreams and renewing our hope is …

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Have Faith

           How has your 2012 been going thus far? If you are like me, perhaps it’s tapered off. My year, certainly started unexpectedly with tragedy and one challenges after another. I fell at my church twisting my ankle,my Uncle suddenly died in early January, I caught a nasty cold right after …

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Review, Renew & Redo Your Intentions 4 the New Year!

           Well 2011 is almost over and a brand new year awaits. So now what? For many, it’s a time for making resolutions or changes we’d like to make in our lives, relationships or to our bodies. Yet most people never think about reviewing the year before in order to gain useful insights …

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Success Patterns

         Dr Frederick Bailes in the book, Basic Princples of Science of Mind says “as we change our inward patterns of thought completely, our health and affairs  change” in direct proportion. What are your thought patterns of health and success? Do you pay extra attention to your mind’s chatter, your health or your …

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Living in Outrageous Joy!

     Are you living from a state of overflowing  delight? If not, why? What is holding you back  from a life filled with outrageous joy? For many, it’s a matter of believing  the barrage of negative messages that surround us on a daily basis. The News propagates fear of an unsteady economy as well as divided political system that rob …

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Awaken to Adventure

Winter is a time of outdoor exploration and adventure. Who says one has to stay inside and hibernate just like the bears do. We humans have the ability to enjoy nature’s playground of endless opportunities for exciting activities that are good for all our senses. Try cross country skiing or downhill skiing or even snowboarding …

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Threading the Needle

Definition: When you try to accelerate past something by a narrow margin resulting in high risk. This can occur while driving through an intersection or attempting to complete a large project within 24hrs or less. We’ve all done it at some point or another even though the risk usually isn’t worth it. So why do …

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Back to School Pains

Do you remember the excitement and anticipation of going back to school? The joy of shopping for new clothes and school supplies was almost more fun than the first day itself! Today, it seems like we’ve lost that enthusiasm for new beginnings and even less for transitions that manifest as we age. The exception being …

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