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Finding Meaning in Life

I just interviewed to work with an 83 year old woman. I left contemplating finding meaning in life. We were both in the process of finding meaning, but at very different life stages. Overall, she is very healthy, and until…
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How to Gain the Greatest Benefits of Meditation

Once I was talking to a friend about the benefits of meditation and her response was a bit surprising. When I started talking about how much I got from my meditation habits, she said, “I just don’t want to do…
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Chakra Meditation

This meditation is great to practice any time of day, but especially good in the morning, after you’ve woken up. It helps to awaken and enliven the energy centers or chakras in the body. So let’s begin now. Close your…
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How To Use Guided Meditation for Greater Results

The choice between going it alone or using guided meditation is sometimes a difficult one to make. On surface, it seems that when you are thinking about starting a meditation program, it should be easy enough to do at home…
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Finding the Perfect Meditation Instruction for You

There is an ancient instruction from a Hebrew holy text that says “Get Thee a Teacher”. And whether you are religious or not, this is great advice. Meditation itself is an ancient art so it makes sense that we need…
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Why Qigong & Qigong Meditation Are Suddenly Spreading Like Wildfire

Ten years ago it was almost unheard of …Now it’s looking like it could even overtake Yoga as the new in-vogue mind-body practice of the day. Any guesses what I’m talking about?  You got it if you said “Qigong” and…
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Aromatherapy: Essential Oil Diffusers

An aromatherapy diffuser allows you to benefit from aromatherapy by getting the oils into the air. You can use many devices as an aromatherapy diffuser including a vaporizer, humidifier, and nebulizer. An aromatherapy diffuser allows you to inhale the oils…
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Where Aromatherapy Comes From?

Aromatherapy is the practice of using the extracted aromatic essences of specific plants, seeds, flowers, bark etc for healing purposes, or to promote well-being and health. It is widely perceived as being relaxing and non-invasive, and can be of help…
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Moving Forward Into the Past

MEMORIES hold the key to identity. What we cannot forget seems tied to how we see ourselves. Then, there is acceptance; healing wounds and thankfulness for joys of past. I cannot explain it (though I would like to) but when…
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Our Spiritual Thirst

Psychiatrist Carl Jung claimed the addiction to alcohol to be “the equivalent, on a low level, of the spiritual thirst of our being for wholeness, expressed in medieval language: the union with God.” He noted that alcohol in Latin is…
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