… Relaxation is who you are

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“Tension is who you think you should be, relaxation is who you are” – Chinese proverb I love the simplicity of the above proverb because it speaks to each of us. It’s pretty simple to recognize those times when you experience tension in a situation that calls for you to behave, act or present yourself in

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The meeting of the minds…

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I subscribe to “Spirituality & Health” magazine, a bi-monthly publication exploring the dimensions of spirit and body and the connections between those aspects of our existence. The latest issue (Sept/Oct. 2014) is devoted to food, our health and wellbeing in relation to our nourishment, how and what we eat and how that affects us spiritually

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Creating what you want….

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It might be hard to believe that anyone would deliberately set out to live their life according to someone else’s goals or desires, and yet this is often where we find ourselves. Even if you want to, or have been taught to reach for the stars, make your mark, forge your own path, do those

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Small and simple healing miracles

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A while back I wrote an article entitled “What type of healer are you?” in which I addressed the many different ways in which one can be a healer. This time I’d like to focus on the countless ways we can give, receive and experience healing, paying particular attention to those smaller miracles that many

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Sensitivity – a strength or a weakness?

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Typically, I believe most people automatically think of sensitivity as more of a weakness than a strength.   A sensitive child is prone to cry more easily, blush quickly, hesitate to speak when questioned, etc.  These emotional responses are perceived as weaknesses.  A stronger child would stand up for himself, fight back the tears and know

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