Be Calm and Centered

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GETTING IN TOUCH with the treasures within you is one way of connecting with the source of Life. For within you are all the answers to all the questions you shall ever ask. Wisdom past, present and future is available to you. The source of Life knows everything. Some people call this connecting process meditation. […]

No Regrets

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“Don’t let the past steal your present.” – Teri Guillemets It is that time again. New Year’s Eve. Celebrations. Toasts. Midnight Kisses. Tinsel. And….New Year’s Resolutions! Many of us look back at the old year with regrets. We berate ourselves for the people we didn’t reach out to, the trips we didn’t take, the habits […]

The Divine Bhav: Don’t Worry, Be Happy

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Any practice that brings you joy and feels light and uplifting is the Holy Grail for your daily peace of mind. As a yogi the most important tool is the attitude with which you approach the practice and not the practice itself that promises a consistent positive experience. There is a well known Zen Buddhist […]

“What’s For Fitness Today?” Tip # 19 – Forgive Others & Be Positive

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I hope my tips inspire you to love yourself and others, to wake up with a smile and a skip in your step and to live everyday with an abundance of peace, joy and ease. Have anyone in your life you haven’t been able to forgive? Perhaps this person is yourself! Positive thoughts and actions […]

Mindful Moments with Brenda Strausz: Are you a Reactor or a Creator?

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Between stimulus and response there is a space. In that space is our power to choose our response. In our response lies our growth and our freedom. 
-Viktor E. Frankl A reactor is someone who blames other people and things for the unhappiness in their life. Instead of taking personal responsibility, they look outside themselves […]

Reflections On Body Image: Talking Back To The Gremlin

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We all have it. . . that chatty critical voice inside our heads that lectures us, makes fun of us, scolds us, makes us feel “less than”.  I call my critical voice the “Gremlin” and finally realize that he has been the head honcho on a wrecking crew who seemed intent on making my life […]