Tue.Mar 12, 2019

Bird Litigation: Is the Golden-cheeked Warbler Still Endangered?

10,000 Birds

The striking Golden-cheeked Warbler nests only in the hills of central Texas near Austin but a substantial part of those breeding grounds have leveled in favor of development. One of the fastest growing cities in America, Austin is the capital of Texas and home of the University of Texas.

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The Conservation Story of the Kenya Black Leopard

Nature Conservancy - Science

The first scientific confirmation of a black leopard in Kenya is a story of conservation, community and coexistence. From the Field Wildlife Camera Traps Conservation Science Mammal Watching

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Jack Kerouac: 9 Mad Observations on Love.

Elephant Journal

During the long stretches through the Great Plains and much of the Midwest, I re-read Kerouac's masterpiece and discovered something about him that I don’t think I was ready for when I first.

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Asset-Based Community Development (ABCD)

The Green Changemakers

Source: Nurture Development Asset Based Community Development (ABCD) is an approach to sustainable community-driven development. Beyond the mobilisation of a particular community, it is concerned with how to link micro-assets to the macro-environment.

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How Hypnotherapy saved me from Myself

Elephant Journal

Most people think hypnotism is for addiction Did you ever stop to consider you are addicted to your thoughts? Ask yourself this… What would your life look like if the toxic people and situations no longer existed?

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Tel Aviv City promotes phone zombies with LED catastrophe

Green Prophet

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Parting is (not) such Sweet Sorrow.

Elephant Journal

There is nothing sweet about parting to this Romeo. The only sweetness I can find is in the promise of meeting again soon, and the promise that one day our moments of separateness will be less than our moments of togetherness. *OR*

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CBD as a Practice, not an Overnight Change. {Partner}

Elephant Journal

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What type of idiopathic thrombocytopenic purpura are biologics?

Conservation Hawaii

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It’s Okay to Slow Down. It’s Okay to Rest.

Elephant Journal

There is room to expand out and find a new sense of spaciousness. There is a way to enjoy life that doesn't feel so exhausting. Yes, even if our life is busy. Messy. Editor's Picks Health & Wellness Inspiring (Wow) Non New-Agey Spirituality busy days busyness elephant magazine focus on your breath grounding mindfulness rest self-care simple life slow down stillness stress management

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The 5 Koshas of Yoga & how they Transform our Everyday Lives.

Elephant Journal

What happens when we take a good yoga class? Even if we are not looking for anything more than a physical workout, why and how does yoga start a process of transformation? Academy Apprentice/Audit Blogs Elephant Academy Health & Wellness Yoga 5 koshas Anamaya kosha being present Benefits of yoga breathing elephant magazine energy health health wellness onion analogy pranayama yoga practice

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How to Embrace New Adventures—even when they’re Kicking your Butt.

Elephant Journal

I am currently getting my butt kicked by a few of the new activities I am participating in. The one I want to talk about here is The Artist’s Way course, created by Julia Cameron. The course is offered as a spiritual path to higher. Academy Apprentice/Audit Blogs Arts Elephant Academy Right Livelihood creativity elephant magazine hobbies julia cameron new adventure photography spiritual practice starting over the artist's way

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The Day the Neighbors Roasted a Dog: why I choose Veganism—Time & Time Again.

Elephant Journal

Present time, 21st century. And I am still appalled that people eat sentient beings. Academy Apprentice/Audit Blogs Animal Rights Elephant Academy Enlightened Society Health & Wellness benefits of veganism elephant magazine environment going vegan Health and Wellness health benefits meatless vegan veganism vegetarian vegetarianism

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Tips to Handle Chronic Pain without Medication

Elephant Journal

According to the American Council on Science and Health, a CDC study showed that 50 million Americans suffer from chronic pain. Unfortunately, many people who start using painkillers to manage their chronic pain become tolerant to them. Continuing to take painkillers can lead to an addiction. If you have developed an opiate addiction because of painkiller abuse, […].

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To the Mothers who Raised us with Ferocity, who Battled on our Behalf. {Poem}

Elephant Journal

Here’s to all those who helped us…. Helped all of us to grow and bloom. Academy Apprentice/Audit Blogs Arts Elephant Academy Enlightened Society Family Love Be Brave bloom brave brave hearts elephant magazine empowering ferocity grandmother grow motherhood mothers strongest women

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The Most Important Lesson I learned from a Month Without my Smartphone.

Elephant Journal

Free from the urge to mindlessly check messages or scroll through social media feeds, I became more mindful of how everyone else was doing it, all the time. Conscious Consumerism Health & Wellness addiction digital detox habits meditation mindfulness Smartphone technology VIP yoga lifestyle

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How to Give Back to Africa and Enjoy Morocco’s First Multi-sensory Yoga Festival this Summer

Elephant Journal

Imagine flying into Marrakech, the Red City of Morocco, feeling a buzz of ecstatic energy as you walk through the airport and town in celebration of the exciting summer season and a truly unique yoga festival. There is music coming from every corner of the historical Jemaa el Fna square and the smell of every […].

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Tattoos, Recovery, and Yoga

Elephant Journal

My first taste of a tattoo was at the age of 16 in Maui. Ever since, countless appointments followed that one, and thus began my new journey into the world of ink. Not to mention, being in high school with a tattoo indicates “a full-blown official f **g Badass.” The day of my […].

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Depths

Elephant Journal

“She is water, powerful enough to drown you, soft enough to cleanse you, deep enough to save you. ” -Adrian Micheal I can have the ability to have emotional attachment but respect that we don’t have to be in a relationship. I can just enjoy someone as a person a lot; intensely.

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Sadness and Depression Are Natural Emotions As We Leave the Winter Season

Elephant Journal

It’s natural for humans to get more sad, lonely, heavy, and depressed, around the Winter Season. The external stress factors like holidays, family, and extra celebrations, can leave people feeling agitated, alone, and ill. Often, we eat to cope, or indulge too much, and forget to be mindful of our inner state and what’s actually […].

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An Invitation to look inside your Heart: The Misconceptions of Love

Elephant Journal

“Without love, you feel like you’re not welcome on this planet.” ” ~ Richard, The Undateables, series ten. We all grow up with our on concept of what love is, what it means and what it looks like. We learn from our role models growing up, usually our parents first and foremost. Then later on, we […].

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Shame….the toxic mantle of illusion

Elephant Journal

There are so many aspects to shame all offering a toxic cloak. Their job? Among others to create illusion, to Shield us from what is actually a false reality. To prevent us from being in purpose, from self and from the totality of who we are here to be. Keeping us small, stuck in a […].

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Look who’s here for tea! – A candid chat with The Human Body

Elephant Journal

Hi there. You are probably expecting some small talk from me while you sip your coffee, but I have noticed some miscommunication between you and me for a while now, and I’m here today to ‘clear the air’. I am the Human Body, and this is what I want to say to you: My connection […].

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APPRENTICE FINAL THESIS Unleashed: How to Reclaim Flow in the Digital Age.

Elephant Journal

*author to send photos. Intro: Unleashed: How to Reclaim Flow in the Digital Age. Clean out a corner of your mind and creativity will instantly fill it.” —Dee Dee Hock (photo) Reality checks can be delivered to us in many ways. Mine arrived in the form of an eye-opening candid video of myself.

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At-Home SAN (Sagittal Sinus Abhyanga Nasya): Cleanse Your Sinuses + Emotional Baggage

Elephant Journal

Questions? Email emma@lifespa.com. A few years ago, a patient came in with a history of adrenal exhaustion, blood sugar imbalances, endocrine irregularities, and a goiter the size of a grapefruit in her neck!

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How do the online services are carried out in a professional organization?

Elephant Journal

There are various online services like transcription services, translation services, voice over services, typing services, subtitling services, and captioning services. The successful implementation of these services depends on the organization that carries out the services.

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To One of the Boys I’ve Loved Before

Elephant Journal

I am just as much comforted by the memory of you as much as I am haunted. We never really fully understand the necessity for encountering in our past, a love strong enough to fulfill our loneliness, validate our vanities, ease our pain, caress our intimate desires, yet weak enough to completely slip out of […].

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Seeking Wholeness

Elephant Journal

“A flower does not think of competing with the flower next to it. It just blooms.” ” -Zen Shin My dear sweet self, There will always be reminders of your physical and internal wounds. Though internal heals slower than external, eventually the past will hurt you less frequently and less intense. It is a part […].

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7 Things to Do to Live a Stress-Free Life

Elephant Journal

Some weeks might seem completely overwhelming to you. At the end of the day, you might come home and just plop on the couch, not wanting to be bothered until the next day. You could find yourself irritated with your significant other or children over minute issues because you’re stressed. You don’t have to continue […].

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Love to Self

Elephant Journal

I had a crazy 2018. I needed it though. I feel liberated- not from marriage or a relationship. I feel liberated because I was different before. I feel liberated from the younger me; from the older me. I feel liberated from the old coat I shed for the one I proudly wear now. I’m still […].

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5 Tips For Better People Skills

Elephant Journal

What Are Good People Skills? An accountant needs to be good at math, a web developer needs to learn the newest programming languages and a doctor needs to keep up on the latest medical research. However, everyone who wants to succeed needs to be fluent in a particular set of skills – people skills. In […].

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Apprentice thesis: AA Didn’t Save Me

Elephant Journal

Intro: AA didn’t save me. I had just lost my closest, dearest friend in my life. 10 pounds of irreverent joy-to-be-alive. A Maltese-Poodle-Mutt mix named King. He lived a staggering 19 and a half years. More importantly, he was a healthy, run-at-the-park barking whirlwind until 2 weeks before he died. A few years before I […]. Academy Apprentice/Audit Blogs Apprentice Thesis Elephant Academy

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Apprentice thesis: Cultivating the Love of God

Elephant Journal

Intro: *needs bio pic I believe that everyone wants the same things out of life – to love and be loved. Who doesn’t want that deep down? But is it all that clear on how to get this love? I was raised in St. Louis, MO, the mid-west – the heartland of America. I […]. Academy Apprentice/Audit Blogs Apprentice Thesis Elephant Academy

Recovering Desire After Sexual Assault: Does Yoga Help or Hurt?

Elephant Journal

Excerpted from WANT: 8 Steps to Recovering Desire, Passion, and Pleasure After Sexual Assault by Julie Peters (Mango Media, April 2019): [link] Photography by Andi McLeish andimcleish.com For me, yoga has been a major tool for helping me learn how to feel. Unlike most other forms of exercise, yoga is based on the idea of […].

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How to Love a Woman who Looks Like She Doesn’t Need Anyone.

Elephant Journal

She’s strong, independent and curiously confident; she’s on top of her game, everything you could have ever dreamed of wanting but still you wonder and doubt: “What could I give to a woman who seems like she has everything?” To love a woman who looks like she doesn’t need anyone is to understand that no […].

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And so {a love poem to my heart}.

Elephant Journal

I believed when I was born my heart was empty unblemished ready to be written upon. The prose was inscribed in pain aching words sad stories dripping into my heart full to the brim with suffering. Until it burst shattering into a thousand fragments tiny shards falling around me at my feet. And so it […].

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Eight Warning Signs That You May Be An Alcoholic

Elephant Journal

8 Warning Signs Of An Alcoholic People battle alcoholism every day. It is important to recognize the warning signs of alcoholism or alcohol use disorder. The earlier you can detect it, the better. What may start out as seemingly harmless drinking can grow over time into an even bigger problem. Whether you are struggling or […].

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