Tue.Jan 15, 2019

How I Heal One Day At A Time

Elephant Journal

How I Heal One Day At A Time Our thoughts get in the way so much! They can keep us from healthy relationships, send us into a downward spiral of depression or anxiety, delay our success and promotion at work, and make our physical bodies sick.They also aid our lives in various miraculous ways.

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Renewables better investment than oil and gas, says Gulf body

Green Prophet

News that Saudi Arabia wouldn’t like to hear: Renewable energy is the most competitive form of power generation in Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries, according to a new report published today by the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA).

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Terrifyingly Amazing: My Journey to Awakening

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If I were asked to describe my awakening journey in two words I would say terrifyingly amazing. It’s been an incredible journey filled with peaks and valleys, highs and lows, wondrous epiphanies, painful dark nights and everything else in between.

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Buying multivitamins – The must-have ingredients and the steps to choose the best one

Green Prophet

From the time when we inculcated comprehension abilities, we were always told by our parents and elders that vitamins are good for health. Mothers, universally, tell their children to eat broccoli, beans and carrots as they can make them strong and help them grow bigger.

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3 Ways Physical Activity Can Improve Your Mental Health

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Exercise activities like yoga, running, and cycling are known for their positive impact on cardiovascular health and weight maintenance. While exercising is extremely beneficial for your physical health, the mental health benefits of this activity are often less discussed. Read on to discover how exercise increases your mindfulness and sense of well-being. 1) Reduces Stress […].

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No Binoculars Allowed: Learning to Bird by Ear

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On a mission to learn bird calls, one bird does the unthinkable… bird without binoculars. Sort of.). Birds & Birding Birds Outdoor Rec

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The Best 2020 Candidate you’ve Never Heard Of.

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I’ll admit that I was skeptical of his policy proposals at first, seemingly idealistic and unviable with all of the other problems we are facing. But the more I listened, the more sense he made. Enlightened Society Right Livelihood 2020 candidate 2020 election American Politics Andrew Yang automation elephant magazine enlightened society politics presidential election trump united states

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What Bradley Cooper has to Teach You about Your Magic Man: the Divine Masculine.

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View this post on Instagram A post shared by Elephant Journal (@elephantjournal) on Dec 28, 2018 at 5:01am PST Editor’s Note: This website is not designed to, and should not be construed to, provide medical advice, professional diagnosis, opinion, or treatment to you or any other individual, and is not intended as a […].

2019 84

No room at the inn for Eurovision? Go glamping in Tel Aviv park, instead

Green Prophet

Glamping is another word for fancy tents. Tent City a few years ago had connotations of anxiety and despair (see Occupy Tel Aviv ), now the City of Tel Aviv is embracing the idea of tents as they gets ready to host the 2019 Eurovision Song Contest.

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Did this picture get your attention? How sensory perception is evolving.

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A few weeks ago, I took a trip to celebrate my birthday at my sister’s new house in Maine with the family. At 5:30am on the morning of my birthday, the dim hallway light revealed her sneaking into my room to wake me up. The time had come. Half asleep I wrapped the bed sheets […].

2019 84

For the Black Sheep & Misfits out there: How to Feel like We Belong.

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That’s not what we were taught, was it? We were taught if we fixed our position, title, education, and place in society, that we would feel just right. Enlightened Society Health & Wellness Inspiring (Wow) Non New-Agey Spirituality Right Livelihood awareness belonging buddhism change compassion elephant magazine fear happiness interbeing interconnected interconnectedness loneliness mindfulness self discovery self love Thich Nhat Hanh Toko-pa

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How to Grow a New Body with the Secrets of Sacred Medicine. {Partner}

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I have learned that there are two magical ingredients to health. The first can only be found in the invisible matrix of the universe—. Enlightened Society Featured Events Food Green Health & Wellness Non New-Agey Spirituality body cancer dementia dr alberto villoldo energy healing energy medicine grow a new body heal yourself healing health heart disease well-being

2019 72

LONELY BUT NOT ALONE.

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Loneliness is a mental state and is not the same as being alone. Even if you are in a crowd of people, you can still feel lonely, but you are not alone as you are in a crowded room. What you are experiencing is separation, which can be an imbalance between introversion and extroversion. There […].

2019 72

All the things I want to do

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Till very recent I thought there were things I needed to do to sustain myself, to feel fulfilled however it has been a sheer epiphany where I’ve realised that all the things I thought I needed to do are just things I really want to do. Like so many of us I’ve loved and lost. […].

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Greater life starts when we stop ignoring the inner voice.

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An old Cherokee tale talks about a battle between two wolves that resides inside us. It goes like this : An old Cherokee told his grandson, “My son, there is a battle between two wolves inside us all. One is Evil. It is anger, jealousy, greed, resentment, inferiority, lies, and ego. The other is Good. […].

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Networking doesn’t have to be Awkward—Swipe Right to find your Professional Match. {Partner}

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If Tinder and LinkedIn were to hook up, this would probably be their lovechild. Enlightened Society Featured Events Health & Wellness Right Livelihood app networking professional shapr social media work

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There are Two Kinds of Women in the World: Those Who Pee Outside And Those Who Don’t.

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Me: Honey, stop the car. I have to pee. Him: We’re out in the middle of nowhere, can’t you wait? Me: Till when? Him: Till we get to a rest area or a Mac Donald’s. Me: I don’t think so. Him: You’re kidding. Me: […].

2019 62

Is Your Body Warning You ? These are more important than you think !

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We are Spiritual beings living out our human lives, in our human form – our body! The Universal life-force is a beautiful energy that flows through and connects all living things – you, me, the animals, the plants, mother earth, every. living. thing. literally. This life-force flows through us allowing health, vitality and helps sustains […].

2019 62

Captain Mexico America

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“Tony, you’re Captain America,” a friend rejoiced. Locked in editing my recent short film, ¡Viva la Revolución!, he’s privied to my emotional presence daily. Because you’re a principled m *r.” Another buddy, struggling with a personal issue, said, “Having a conversation with you is like talking with Tony Robbins and Oprah!” I picked up my producing […].

Can women be both sexy & respected?

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2006/2018 It was fun to skim back through my profile photos. I noticed that I used to dress up a lot more and share sultry photos without shame or a second thought. Somehow over the years I have internalized that to be seen as sexy somehow diminishes my worth as a professional. I have subconsciously […].

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A little kindness…and nonsense goes a long way

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“A little nonsense, now and then, is relished by the wisest men.”—Roald

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3 Ways To Cultivate Emotional Safety In Your Relationship (or Family)

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3 Ways To Cultivate Emotional Safety In Your Relationship (or Family) In my ‘old life’ I was a real stinker! I used to be the kind of person who would fight long and hard for the sole purpose of being right. I had to make my point or win an argument at any cost and […].

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The Peace is in the Process.

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The rain is falling softly onto the painted white window boxes outside, as I sit quietly morning my oldest son. It has been two weeks now since he’s been gone. I miss his laugh, his quiet thoughtful being.

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How to stop being jealous of your ex.

Elephant Journal

You know that feeling. Some of us know it all too well after a divorce or breakup. When one of your grown children, after spending the weekend with your ex, tells you about the “new friend” that is at your ex’s house. Or when you hear about the trip your ex is taking to Europe […]. Enlightened Society Health & Wellness Inspiring (Wow) Love compassion happiness healing letting go love marriage relationships self love travel; relationships; self-discovery

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5 Things to Consider Before Going For An “Advanced” Pose

Elephant Journal

I start all my classes with words like these: “If any pose doesn’t work for you today, you don’t have to do it. Come back to sitting, standing, or child’s pose. Listen to your body.” This is critical information to share, especially for a newer student who might feel an expectation to complete each pose, […].

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Creating our lives consciously.

Elephant Journal

Planting the seeds and bearing the fruits of freedom Discontent is part and parcel of the human condition. We constantly want what we don’t have and seek to discard things from our lives that are less than ideal. This dissatisfaction can plague us for our whole lives. So, what can be done about it? One […]. Blog Inspiring (Wow) Non New-Agey Spirituality conscious living goals personal growth progress self-empowerment self-help self-improvement success

2019 46

Love Rut: Empathy vs Narcissism

Elephant Journal

Your whole life. the intricate pieces of yourself and what you do, Are chaos. Living with a narcissist, One moment you are the star of their sky. YOU are he brightest light. Untouchable yet. only to be grasped by them. “Nobody comes around me anymore. They can’t stand your b h fits!” ” You proclaim as I […].

2019 43

Have the day you have

Elephant Journal

Since seeing the movie, ‘The odd life of Timothy Grern’ a few years ago; my daughter and I have always said “Have the day you have” instead of “Have a great day!” ~ As they say in this part of the movie, it takes the pressure off. Not all days are ‘Great’, some days are full […].

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5 Ways the Latest Twitter Feature can help your Business to Grow

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Twitter has been a rather crucial part of the evolution of social media. From personal tweets to targeting customers, one cannot just ignore the rampant impact of Twitter. A recent report posted by Brandequity.com states that Twitter is going to introduce another button that will allow users to see the latest tweets first. The users […].

2019 43

There’s Something About Little Italian Restaurants and Getting Kissed on Both Cheeks

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When we were in Santa Barbara I took David to a wonderful little Italian restaurant I’d found years and years ago when I used to go there with a former husband. It’s way up State Street next to a funky old post office and when you go inside, I swear, it looks just like I […].

2019 43

The Spiritual Crisis of Otherness.

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Almost every weekend, my wife and I hike on a wooded trail in Los Angeles. The hikers we come across are as diverse as the passengers on a New York subway. Judging from their faces and accents, their ancestral roots are in Europe, Asia, Africa, the Hispanic Americas, and the Middle East. We hear accented […]. Blog "the other" awareness compassion consciousness diversity ethnocentrism otherness pluralism spirituality trump

2019 43

Soulmate

Elephant Journal

I want a partner. I want a best friend. In the same breath. Not an either/or. I don’t want someone who wouldn’t drop everything if I called in the night with a quiver in my voice and tremble on my lips. I want a lover whose knowledge of my body may even exceed my own. […].

2019 43

Well, it’s about bridging the cultural divide, with an initial focus on the death of a young woman.

Elephant Journal

You might remember Sandra Bland. Young. Beautiful. A Prairie View A&M University graduate. Newly employed. Eager. Her name is now commonly mentioned in discussions on criminal justice reform. If you don’t, let me remind you. Her death may have taken place in 2015, but it feels like another time, another era. Because on a normal […].

2019 43

8 Tips for Battling the Winter Blues

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It's easier to stave off a depression when it’s in the early stages than it is to pull myself out of a more serious, longer funk. Blog Health & Wellness

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The unanswered question you never realized you were trying to answer

Elephant Journal

The truth is in you. It always has been and always will be. The difficult part is letting yourself feel what you know is true, even though it can still hurt you. That feeling of knowing. That recognition. Of seeing. It’s like it’s as clear as glass and yet you still can’t make sense of […].

2019 43

Struggle between ego and soul

Elephant Journal

On the surface, she’s calm and collected. In her soul, she’s loved and protected. But in her mind, her past still cries, Her fear of failure, and it’s demise. She’s been through this, all before, Her ego’s memory, she can’t ignore. It tells her stories, of her years, It whispers memories, of her fears. Reminding […].

2019 43

Sugar-Free Celebrities – Why and How

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They are all international stars. Their background may be different, and they have more in common than just getting us starstruck looking at them in gossip magazines: They have chosen a free or low sugar lifestyle. With all the money able to provide them the best care in the world, from slimming packs to personal […].

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