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Adopt Sleep Meditation Over Sleep Medication

Sleep meditation is a hot topic these days, and this is why… We can learn how to get better sleep without the side effects of medication. We spend about one-third of our lives sleeping, so it should come as no surprise that sleep is such an important part of our daily lives. We’ve also been seeing a […]

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Stress Can Be a Good Thing?

I recently read that stress can make us stronger, smarter, and happier. How can this be possible? Haven’t we been taught that stress wears us down energetically and emotionally, creates sleeplessness, and can even cause disease in some cases? The word “stress” is one of those general terms that can encompass a vast terrain of […]

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Obsession: Addiction to People

Addiction can express itself beyond chemical dependency, and we can even become addicted to/obsessed with another person. I’m not saying all forms of addiction are the same by any means, but they do share certain features. I discuss how broad addictions can be in “Extinguish Addiction With Mindfulness”: Addictions can be born out of a […]

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How to Protect Yourself from the Negative Energy of Others

It can seem like the world is dragging us down at times, and it doesn’t help if those around us drain our energy by being ugly, untactful or pessimistic. I recently received an email asking what we can do to not let the negative energy of others affect us so much. My primary suggestion is to fortify your […]

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Why We’re Experiencing So Much Anxiety, and How to Deal With It

If you are like me, you worry about paying bills, getting to work on time, or what new outfit Kim Kardashian will have on today (I wonder if the Buddha was ever sarcastic?). This isn’t the type of anxiety I want to discuss in this article. What Is Anxiety? It’s important to first define anxiety, […]

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Lack of Energy? Fatigued? Struggling to Remain Positive?

Recently, one of our tribe was courageous and emailed me with the following: I’ve become ill with some unknown disease lumped under the category of ‘chronic fatigue syndrome’ – [essentially] you feel your energy has been drained out of you and you watch your life [go by]. I’m lucky in that I can still somewhat function […]

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