Meditation creates an inner space and lucidity that increases our experience of the beauty of concentration. From this concentration and good heart arises the inner wealth of clarity, stillness and wisdom.
The new work follows earlier laboratory and animal studies by Professor Shi’s group and others, showing the extract protected against solid tumours such as prostate and breast cancer and also caused cancer cells to die.
Lorraine has been influenced and is incredibly grateful for the teachings of Gangaji, Adyashanti, Eckart Tolle, Pamela Wilson, Muni and His Holiness, The Dalai Lama. She has worked in the field of communications and broadcasting for over the 30 years and utilizes her communication skills as a program facilitator and provides one on one support to others who desire to investigate their life journey.
Alicia A. Cook, LPN, a Mohawk (Wolf Clan) who grew up on the Onondaga Nation in upstate New York and learned healing protocols from her family members and spiritual elders, is a master in traditional native medicine and a teacher for Ase Tsi Tewaton (“Let’s Make It New Again”).
I love the idea of this. What if we were more conscious and went into our business meetings as well as our personal outings with this consideration? Could learning to use our emotions actually help us to succeed versus being something that gets in our way? It’s a new time. So many changes are happening. It is time to start listening more to our intuition. Looking back at your successes and your failures, do you find that disregarding your intuition resulted more in things working or not working the way you wanted them to? I encourage you to start listening on a deeper level to your gut in both business and in life.
Lorraine Wilson has been on a journey of self discovery for many years. She openly shares her experience with others and offers hope, inspiration and an invitation to “Keep Life Simple” through self inquiry. She lives on the West Coast with her children. Lorraine has been influenced and is incredibly grateful for the teachings of Gangaji, Adyashanti, Eckart Tolle, Pamela Wilson, Muni and His Holiness, The Dalai Lama.
There are some truly great wealthy human beings and some truely great poor ones as well. It’s not the money that makes you, it’s your self. Some super rich persons have done great things for others with their wealth…….but these folk would probably have done great things in other ways if they had no cash.
Honoring your spirit and taking time for yourself are true keys to more focused business and life. It is ok to ask for help in trying to achieve your goals. Have a mentor or a focus buddy that will assist in keeping you accountable and on track. Create more balance by nurturing your spirit and taking the downtime necessary for each day.
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I love that the pelvis is our center. It is the house of our womb and bowels. I would like women and men to feel more comfortable expressing themselves to healthcare workers and friends, so pain and dysfunction doesn’t go on for years.
5 Keys to Affirmations That Dismantle Doubt
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The traditional hand placement involves resting your hands in your lap, palms facing upward, with your right hand on top of your left. However, you can also rest your hands on your knees or leave them hanging down by your side.
Our bodies are brilliant, beautiful, and miraculous – even though we often don’t think of, treat, or talk about them that way. As my friend, Steve Sisgold, teaches in his wonderful book, What’s Your Body Telling You?, we can tap into the power of “whole body consciousness” and use the innate wisdom of our bodies to reduce stress, create peace, and attract success in our lives.
Simply become aware of the stories you are telling yourself so that you are no longer reacting on auto-pilot. Through awareness alone, you can begin to transmute your reality and transform lies into truth. Actively acknowledge that there is no inherent truth in the belief that you need to change about yourself in order to be attractive. Consider that you can start feeling beautiful immediately, in this moment, without changing a single thing.
Gary Shuster’s varied law practice includes formation, transactions and counseling for corporations, LLCs, partnerships and many kinds of not-for-profiits; purchases and sales of businesses; commercial and residential real estate transactions and leasing; franchising; estate planning, administration and litigation; guardianship proceedings; and media, copyright and trademark. He has been a leader in educating the public about New York’s new benefit corporation. He also has extensive experience in music and art, which includes past employment with ASCAP, The Songwriters Guild of America, Dunvagen Music Publishers (owned by the composer, Philip Glass) and Knoedler Publishing (publishers of the artist, LeRoy Neiman). He has represented clients in art, music, film, video, dance, theater, photography, fashion modeling, publishing, the internet, museums and arts centers.
While there’s nothing wrong with us wanting to look good and it’s vitally important that we focus on keeping our bodies as healthy as possible, in many cases, we place a disproportionate amount of our self worth and value (or lack thereof) on our bodies. In other words, we think that if we look good and feel good, we are good. And, we think that if we feel bad, get sick, feel tired, or don’t like our appearance, we somehow are bad (or at least not as good as we could or should be).
Most people are reluctant to enter silence for long periods of time, or for any period of time for that matter. I’ve actually had conversations with people who tell me they are scared of being silent and would do anything not to arrive at that place. And why might that be? Perhaps there is the true knowing that when we enter into silence, we enter into a place where there is nowhere to go but to meet ourselves. We are so conditioned to the external stimulation of voices, television, radio, our mobile phones and thoughts of what we should be doing, that we rarely experience ourseleves in a state of silence. But when we eventually enter into silence with awareness, we enter into a place where we are meeting ourselves at a deeper level.