Tag Archives: health

Engaging with “Me Too”

Engaging “The beauty of “Me Too” is the sense of not aloneness, of solidarity, truth and community” Well hello again Beautiful Readers, This isn’t the way I thought I would return to the page. However, if you like me are … Continue reading

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push Play: relaxing by day sleeping @ nite

“By being well-rested, we are better able to respond to the demands of our lives with intelligence and kindness, resilience and grace.” Hello again lovely Ones,  I started organizing a library of sensory resources that take effect in twenty minutes … Continue reading

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The Art and Science of Engaging with Happiness: A free online course for people who want to be Happy

“Happiness is a how; not a what. A talent, not an object.”  -Herman Hesse Hello Beautiful Readers, Harvard educated psychologist and happiness expert, Dan Gilbert’s 2006 TED Talk, The surprising science of happiness, has been seen and or heard by … Continue reading

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Baby Steps and Bird Song

“It is very hard to be brave,” said Piglet, sniffing slightly, “when you’re only a Very Small Animal.” Aloha Lovely Readers, Recently I have felt a lot like Piglet. Things have been hard. Harder than hard. A setback. Yes another … Continue reading

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Fall in love with yourself. Fall in love with life.

Aloha Lovely Readers, As a long time meditator, Yoga teacher and student, I wanted to share this with you. It only takes 15 minutes of your day and the effects are cumulative. My beloved and I participated in an earlier … Continue reading

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There is still time to make a wish…and for your dreams to come true!

I had hoped to post this yesterday, but time and health did not permit. However I did make a significant breakthrough health wise- one that I’ve been waiting and wishing for for some time. I love that it happened on … Continue reading

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An Unexpected Sensory Gift

While researching the neuroscience of color on health for Engaging The Senses, ( an uncommonly sensible guide to creating a beautiful life) , I came across this video “Synesthesia by Andrew McMahon” and thought it would be appropriate to include … Continue reading

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Gratitude is not only the greatest of virtues, but the parent of all others.

Hello again! When I came across the quote above attributed to Ciceroin the surprisingly well written,recently released book, Proof of Heaven, by the neurosurgeon, Eben Alexander, I knew it, not 21 days and counting, would be the title of my … Continue reading

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Bunny Kisses and the Power of Touch

“Touch is a much more sophisticated system than we ever realized.It effects our health on many levels. And it doesn’t have to come from another person.” Dr. Matthew J. Hertenstein, DePauw University.

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Discernment is Key to Creating a Happier, Healthier, Life.

How and where we focus our attention can actually promote growth in core areas of the brain connected to well-being. This is why learning the art and skill of discernment is so important. What is discernment? The dictionary definition is … Continue reading

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