Monthly Archives: May 2011

Clinical Care in Ayurveda or the Role of Our Five Material Bodies (Panchakosa) in Treatment Planning

By Nimai Nitai Dasa* There are three fundamental approaches to Ayurveda that reflect particular psychological dispositions of different types of therapists and patients, derived from a predominating tendency toward manifesting balance (sattva), assertiveness (rajas), or passivity (tamas). Therapists and patients … Continue reading

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Top Yoga Techniques for a Healthy Life

Yoga!!!!! A buzz word for today’s generation!!!! We all talk about yoga almost everyday but many a times it is difficult for anyone to know which particular yoga is beneficial for one’s health and moreover we get confused most of … Continue reading

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101 Personal Growth Quotes to Give You a Boost of Encouragement

by Steve We can all use encouragement from time to time – and with many people struggling financially one of the most important things you can do to turn your situation around is to look at the positive aspects of … Continue reading

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What is Skillful Emotionality?

SKILLFUL EMOTIONALITY refers to  the ability to: 1.  be aware of arising feelings and the thoughts that accompany them. 2.  be alert to sensations that suggest that evoked emotion is available. 3.  intentionally  access that emotion  and experience it thoroughly through … Continue reading

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Accepting Your Feelings

People respond to a personal crisis with many feelings: anger, anxiety, outrage, self doubt. They may be hostile – lashing out at those closest to them. Or, they may become moody and depressed. Their tension may show up as restlessness, … Continue reading

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12 Ways to Feel Sane in a Crazy World

By gust author Tess Marshall “Happiness is not a matter of intensity but of balance and order and rhythm and harmony.” ~Thomas Merton Today’s technology, the pressures of work, the economy, and fear of the future are just a few … Continue reading

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7 Lessons that You Learn When It Is too Late

Did you ever wish you hadn’t made a certain mistake? I’ve been in that situation plenty of times when I thought to myself “Why didn’t I listen to my mom (friend, husband, common sense)?” Continue reading

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Synopsis of the seminar-workshop “Secrets of Supreme Success”

Our seminar-workshop is design in such a way, where each and every of seminar-workshop participant:

= Practically discover and experience our inner dormant motivation, awareness and skills to fulfil our Natural desire via Balanced and Healthy lifestyle.
= Reawaken in our natural and eternal state of being, where we personally fulfil our most important desires and Enjoy Life fulfilled with a Happiness, Blissfulness and Knowledge Forever. Continue reading

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How to Lose Ten Pounds in Ten Seconds

Remember way-back-when when your mother told you time and again to sit up straight? It was a mantra in my family, and I couldn’t understand why scrunching my belly into my hips was such a big deal. Well, now that … Continue reading

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No matter where we are, it can get better

One of the things that drives me insane, with my history, is the excuses I hear from people who tell me that they would hire me, but “I have this pain….”. I know it isn’t their fault–many times it was … Continue reading

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Importance of Self Development

As individuals living in this fast moving society, it is crucial that we remain knowledgeable and competitive. What we know and how proficient we are in the skills that we have acquired determines our “market-value”, efficiency and competency level. It is therefore important that we “invest” in ourselves to constantly upgrade by continuously learning new skills or bettering those that we have already acquired. Continue reading

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Benefits of Being A Volunteer

When you volunteer for a group, it benefits the group as well as the community you are in. It can also benefit you, the volunteer, in many ways. 🙂 Volunteering can teach you a new skill or develop one that … Continue reading

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The Benefits of Being a Volunteer

When you volunteer you can make a difference in people’s lives. Volunteers have literally saved people’s lives at times, literally and figuratively. Even a small difference can sometimes mean more to those you are helping than you realize. It can be good to know that you are making this difference. You can feel proud of yourself. You are being selfless and giving of your time. Continue reading

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Once upon a time, beyond any time, lived the little Soul

Once upon a time, beyond any time, lived the little Soul, who one day said to God: – I know who I am! – Well, – said God, – and who are you? And a small Soul loudly said: – … Continue reading

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The High Cost of Low Trust

Each week we will be asking Dr. Stephen Covey to comment on common questions. Most organizations have no clue of the enormous cost of low trust, and because most executives have no means of measuring its bottom-line impact, they have … Continue reading

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How to strike a work and life balance

Each week we will be asking Dr. Covey to comment on common questions. This week we ask about work/life balance. With today’s technology, multitaskers are using PDAs, cellphones, text messaging and emails to stay in connected 24 hours a day. … Continue reading

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6 Benefits to Starting a Yoga Practice

by Head Health Nutter on May 5, 2011 If you haven’t tried yoga yet, maybe you’re unaware of its benefits. Well, you’re in luck because today’s guest blogger, Amy Lizee from Our Global Awareness magazine, shares with us six very good … Continue reading

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15 Clever Things To Know About Your Breathing

Your breath is a potent healing and rejuvenation tool that responds in an instant to your personal command. It’s so potent I even incorporate daily breathing exercises into all my rejuvenation retreats and rejuvenation circles.

You can easily, and I mean easily, invite more pockets of relaxation into your day simply by checking in with the flow of your breath. Continue reading

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Body Language Basics

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Holistic Health Assessment by HolisticBoard.org

The American Board of Integrative and Holistic Medicine (HolisticBoard.org) has been using a fantastic personal health assessment for many years now. It brings together emotional, physical, mental and spiritual health in an easy to use questionnaire. Let’s see below, how … Continue reading

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