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Color Me Calm

Published on March 1st, 2016 | by Avery Mack

Grownups De-Stress with Adult Coloring Books AVERY MACK oloring books are no longer solely the domain of children. Immersion in this fun, creative pastime by adults even for just 30 minutes can constitute a focused meditation [&hellip... Read More


Deep Listening

Published on February 1st, 2016 | by Kay Lindahl

Our Wholehearted Attention Is Our Greatest Gift KAY LINDAHL Perhaps one of the most precious and powerful gifts we give another person is to really listen to them with quiet, fascinated attention and our whole being; [&hellip... Read More


Key Signs We’re Approaching a Defining Moment

Key Signs We’re Approaching a Defining Moment

Published on January 8th, 2016 | by Dennis Merritt Jones

Our authentic self is constantly trying to get our attention so it may be more fully expressed. When we set our intention to genuinely evolve, we naturally begin to pay attention and see how redefining moments [&hellip... Read More


The Adventure of Couchsurfing, Staying with Locals and Make New Friends

The Adventure of Couchsurfing

Published on August 29th, 2015 | by Lisa Rosinky

Stay with Locals and Make New Friends As a traveler, offer an ethnic meal, good story or how to say hello in a different language. As a host, be open to what guests can teach. Keep [&hellip... Read More


Songs of Freedom, We All Long for Liberty

Published on July 8th, 2015 | by Enrique Smeke

The yearning for freedom is like a seed that dwells deep in our hearts—freedom from scarcity, from conflicting relationships, from addictions, from health issues. This yearning for freedom binds the centuries. In the Americas, this clamor [&hellip... Read More

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