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Exercise Can Make You Happier Than Money, According to Research From Yale and Oxford

You have to earn a lot more money to get the same happiness-boosting effect sports have. Researchers at Yale and Oxford may have proven exercise is more important to your mental health than your economic status.  The scientists found that,... Continue Reading →

How to defeat the demons of negativity

Why not recognize how much stuff goes right in our lives? Every single day. The other day I was in a grocery store line. There was an elderly man ahead of me, interacting with the cashier. They were sorting out... Continue Reading →

What is the “MIRACLE MORNING ROUTINE” and How does it work? If implemented it may change your Day!

With a goal to feel more energized and productive in the mornings, I gave my morning routine a makeover, with a few surprising results...by Locke Hughes | NBC NEWS It was just a few weeks into 2019 when I began... Continue Reading →

Looking For Love| Jeremy the Unique Snail

The other day I ended up coming across this artist in Winterpark|Orlando, at an art exhibition, who draws incredible art and uses gold and thread to enhance her art.You can see her beautiful art at:  http://www.amandaoutcalt.com I got a piece... Continue Reading →

Overcoming Body Shame

The Goal Is "Total Body Love" Our constant companion "OUR BODY" arrives with us at Birth and leaves with us when we Die. Our body is a Container, a Teacher, a Guide for our personality and soul. Only inner work... Continue Reading →

What if Hitler did Yoga? …excellent article by Mark Manson

https://markmanson.net......For the last few years, I’ve had an idea for a satirical self-help article called, “The Productivity Secrets of Adolf Hitler.” The article would feature all the popular self-help tropes—goals, visualizations, morning routines—except expressed through the exploits of Hitler. “Hitler... Continue Reading →

When science meets mindfulness

Researchers study how it seems to change the brain in depressed patients In 2015, 16.1 million Americans reported experiencing major depression during the previous year, often struggling to function while grappling with crippling darkness and despair. There’s an arsenal of... Continue Reading →

Insecurity

There is an innate awkwardness to being human. With each decision we make, there is the potential for self-doubt, and it is this self-doubt that forms the root of insecurity--a complex emotion that is a mix of equal parts inadequacy,... Continue Reading →

To the Yogi who shows up on the Yoga Mat,​ this is my letter to you, by Cristina Holtz March 2019 (3 min read)

I am writing this from a personal experience.  I have been practicing yoga for 15 years and teaching for almost 5. YOGA DOES NOT HAVE TO BE UNREALISTICALLY POSITIVE TO BE HELPFUL Sometimes as a Teacher and also as a student... Continue Reading →

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