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Why I hate Transcendental Meditation and what to do instead of TM

The Transcendental Meditation movement was instrumental in bringing meditation into the mainstream back in the 1970s, but it is not the only technique that works to relieve the symptoms of depression, anxiety, and stress. So maybe I don’t completely hate Transcendental Meditation. But TM is exclusive but not that special. Here’s the deal… TM does

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The Satori Experience

My Mini Glimpses of the Absolute What is a satori experience anyway? Satori is a Japanese Zen Buddhist word used to describe a temporary experience of awakening or oneness that seems to come spontaneously from within. Also known as kensho. Samadhi is another eastern term that is usually reserved for a deeper, more permanent state

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Learning Resilience with Quadriplegic Extreme Athlete Tony Schmiesing

Talking nutrition and resilience with Tony Schmiesing, a quadriplegic adaptive extreme athlete for High Fives Foundation. Tony is the only adaptive athlete to have skied the X Games in Aspen Colorado, and the first adaptive athlete to ski the Superpipe in Squaw Valley. Tony is also a musician, filmmaker, graphic designer, and writer. Getting yet another

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Learn How to Increase Your Energy Quickly

  Manage your boundaries and keep from feeling drained Clear energetic blocks so you stop repeating the same problems Connect with your spirit more easily Heal your body naturally If you feel tired a lot of the time it could be that your energy or vibrational frequency needs a tune-up. I have always been a

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