Month: December 2021

We live in an age of great change. Conventional structures, rituals, and beliefs seem to be dissolving everywhere you look, replaced with new paradigms and approaches.  This is most obvious in relationships; younger generations have an almost entirely different view on marriage, love, and what makes a healthy relationship compared to their parents or grandparents.
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Sometimes we all need a little extra motivation. Life can get busy, even overwhelming, and it’s easy to lose sight of your goals or values when you’re just trying to get through your to-do list.  For many women, this list can include job-related work, household tasks (we tend to do more of those than men
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FIRST SEEN ON GRAHAM ALLCOTT’S WEEKLY NEWSLETTER ‘REV UP FOR THE WEEK’. It’s interesting to note how many different approaches there are right now to the notion of ‘getting back to normal’ and returning to the office. There are bosses saying that their workers are ‘abusing’ working from home and ordering them back to the office every
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Over the past nearly two years of the pandemic, we have collectively had to adjust our lives in unexpected ways. With social distancing becoming the norm, many people have experienced less physical touch than ever before. This has led to what’s called “skin hunger,” or becoming “touch starved.”  Being separated from close friends and family
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“It’s easy to judge. It’s more difficult to understand. Understanding requires compassion, patience, and a willingness to believe that good hearts sometimes choose poor methods. Through judging, we separate. Through understanding, we grow.” ~Doe Zantamata If you don’t live in a cave, you have probably noticed two things. First, there are a lot of annoying,
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“Smile at your patterns.” ~Tsoknyi Rinpoche Partway through Eckhart Tolle’s Conscious Manifestation course, I furiously jotted down his teachings about challenges and obstacles to remind myself that they’re not only a normal part of the human experience but necessary for spiritual growth. “Yes!!!!” I wrote in agreement. When faced with difficulty, the human tendency is
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Playing a sport, no matter which one, requires energy, passion, focus and a lot of hard work. No sports personality that has experienced extraordinary achievement has earned their name by chance. They have all endured years of extreme training, made a lot of sacrifices and knew that they couldn’t have achieved success or hit the
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Ask anybody about what they want from life and you’re likely to hear about improvements they want to make, goals to tackle, and dreams to reach. Ultimately, we’re all seeking success.  Whether we focus on our relationships, job, academics, physical fitness, diet, home, athletic endeavors, kids, artistic pursuits, or something else entirely, many of us
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