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Comedian Jim Breuer: “The Pandemic” (Somebody Had To Say It)

Written by on July 18, 2022 in Conscious Living, Happiness & Humor with 1 Comment
Comedian Jim Breuer: “The Pandemic” (Somebody Had To Say It)

Comedian Jim Breuer goes on a hilarious rant about the absurdity of the COVID-19 mania.

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HAPPY EARTH DAY! How Nature Can Make You Kinder, Happier, and More Creative

HAPPY EARTH DAY! How Nature Can Make You Kinder, Happier, and More Creative

We live with ubiquitous technology designed to constantly pull for our attention. But many scientists believe our brains were not made for this kind of information bombardment, and that it can lead to mental fatigue, overwhelm, and burnout, requiring “attention restoration” to get back to a normal, healthy state. Nature can restore depleted attention circuits, which can then help us be more open to creativity and problem-solving. #nature #natureheals

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My Valentine’s Invitation: Write a Sweet Love Letter to Yourself (Here’s Mine)

My Valentine’s Invitation: Write a Sweet Love Letter to Yourself (Here’s Mine)

Farhana Dhalla: A love letter should be unabashed in its adoration, syrupy sweet & void of any ‘objective’ look. That’s why I’m sharing the Love Letter I wrote for myself.

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So Happy It Hurts: Why The Greatest Growth Is Often So Painful

Written by on February 8, 2022 in Conscious Living, Happiness & Humor, Inspirational, Thrive with 2 Comments
So Happy It Hurts: Why The Greatest Growth Is Often So Painful

I’ve come to learn that life really is a matter of personal perspective. You can live 90 years with each day incredible and purpose-driven; full of creative ambition. Or you can live the same day over and over for 90 years. It’s really up to you, no matter where you come from, who your parents were, what gender or race you are, or nationality you are born under. Yes, these factors have their own undeniable struggles, but those too are calling to be looked in an entirely new way. When one sees “short-comings” not as obstacles, but as catalysts for motivation, the world opens up with new possibilities.

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How to Bring Order to Life’s Chaos

How to Bring Order to Life’s Chaos

Being in your heart-space is vital to being able to not only function in, but also proactively navigate through chaotic situations in your life.

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Elevation: We Are Wired to be Inspired

Written by on January 3, 2022 in Conscious Evolution, Happiness & Humor, Inspirational, Thrive with 0 Comments
Elevation: We Are Wired to be Inspired

It is a surprising and very beautiful fact about our species that each of us can be moved to tears by the sight of a stranger helping another stranger. It is an even more beautiful fact that these feelings sometimes inspire us to change our own behavior, values, and goals. Narratives of the lives of Jesus, Buddha, Mother Teresa, and other inspiring figures are full of stories of people who, upon meeting the saintly figure, dropped their former materialistic pursuits and devoted themselves to advancing the mission of the one who elevated them. Indeed, a hallmark of elevation is that, like disgust, it is contagious.

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Simply BE in Gratitude (Take a Bold Step In Your Conscious Evolution!)

Simply BE in Gratitude (Take a Bold Step In Your Conscious Evolution!)

“I feel like this new ‘being grateful for no particular reason’ is a bold step in my conscious evolution. It’s the anticipation of great things to come instead of the worry about what might go wrong (which actually brings that into being).” #gratitude

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The Quantum Keys to Unlocking Lasting Happiness are Acceptance & Gratitude

The Quantum Keys to Unlocking Lasting Happiness are Acceptance & Gratitude

As you may or may not know, the study of Quantum Mechanics is the branch of physics that focuses on “the very small”. Not necessarily what we would consider being “matter”, but rather the cosmically tiny common subjects such as atoms and quarks that bond & unite energetically to create matter and bring it into physical 3D existence. I use the quantum reference here as it applies to life because there are two very simple and very small, yet VERY significant things you can do to actually guarantee your own happiness…

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How to Share in Someone Else’s Happiness

Written by on August 31, 2021 in Conscious Living, Happiness & Humor, Thrive with 0 Comments
How to Share in Someone Else’s Happiness

Here’s the best way to respond when someone tells you their good news. #happiness

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How Doing Nothing Can Bring You Everything

How Doing Nothing Can Bring You Everything

Some of us are better than others at being true or “real” with others. And I honestly don’t believe that most of us do this intentionally. I think there is a huge epidemic going on in the last few generations and it’s called WE HAVE FORGOTTEN WHO WE ARE.

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Why do Some People Only Ask for Help After Pushing Everyone Away?

Why do Some People Only Ask for Help After Pushing Everyone Away?

If you’re anything like me, you may have a hard time asking for help when it comes to personal stuff. If I can’t reach something off a shelf, sure I’m good with requesting some assistance, but when it gets a bit deeper than that, I tend to wanna handle everything on my own; retreat inward and soak on it in a little “me-time” solitude. My mental cave is always warm and welcoming with popcorn made and a Netflix marathon ready to go. But sometimes, when the popcorn’s run out and your ass is asleep from too much couch-potato-ing, you reach a point where your ego allows you to understand that your ONLY way out to reach a solution is another’s perspective.

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Is Pursuing Happiness Bad for the Environment?

Is Pursuing Happiness Bad for the Environment?

New research suggests that happier countries tend to consume in a more environmentally sustainable way. #happiness

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The Beauty of Non-Attachment

The Beauty of Non-Attachment

Non-attachment isn’t dimming your fire or passion. It isn’t denying how you feel. It is merely taking the steps necessary to discipline yourself to not stay IN one emotion, because we’re not meant to. Our natural state is neutral (no coincidence they are such similar words) and to remain balanced; and practicing non-attachment allows us to live a more balanced life.

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How Maintaining Hope Can Keep You Healthier and Happier

Written by on August 11, 2021 in Conscious Living, Happiness & Humor, Thrive with 0 Comments
How Maintaining Hope Can Keep You Healthier and Happier

Hope can erode when we perceive threats to our way of life, and these days, plenty are out there.

#coronavirus #hope

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The Key to Unlocking Change: Be What You Want to See

The Key to Unlocking Change: Be What You Want to See

I felt compelled to write about ‘being the change’ this week after all of the negative news going on the world lately. I won’t get into it, as I’m sure most of you are aware of what’s been going on but I just wanted to take the time to remind everyone that it all starts with each and every one of us. We all matter and we all mean something. Somewhere along the line, it became acceptable; almost required to teach us that we are insignificant and we began to lost our luster, our soul shine…and that is the greatest lie ever taught. We are all significant, we are divine, we are love. Don’t ever forget that because once you remember, the world will reflect a place that won’t need changing.

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