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You Don’t Solve Your Problems, You Outgrow Them

You Don’t Solve Your Problems, You Outgrow Them

The idea is, for you to stop trying so hard, to stop talking to everybody you meet about your miserable and unhappy life, about you horrible, and impossible to overcome, problems, because that’s not how you will get rid of them.

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You’re Talking to Me?

You’re Talking to Me?

Communication within the consciousness movement seems like the Tower of Babel sometimes, with all of us speaking different languages…

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8 Steps to Constructing the New Reality

8 Steps to Constructing the New Reality

Here are a few suggestions about what can be done now, to ensure that life on Earth gets a better chance under our stewardship than under the present and past masters of control.

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To Forgive Is Not To Reconcile

Written by on March 4, 2014 in Conscious Living, Relationships & Sex with 4 Comments
To Forgive Is Not To Reconcile

By Omar Cherif A few days ago I wrote on my Facebook wall, “Forgive others because you deserve to set yourself free.” I had already shared it before and kept it in my ‘Reflections’ Word file. Five months later I thought of posting it again. Someone commented that they can’t understand the link, so I […]

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Classical Baroque for Brain Boosting

Classical Baroque for Brain Boosting

Bach’s Baroque music focuses our brains into the alpha wave state, boosting IQ scores and performance, lowering stress and anxiety, and even helping with post-traumatic stress disorder.

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4 Steps to Finding Your Inner Voice

4 Steps to Finding Your Inner Voice

Our challenge is we often don’t know how to begin meeting ourselves. The journey to the classroom of your greatest teacher follows this path.

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Freeing a Killer Whale Held Captive for 43 Years

Posted by on March 3, 2014 in Animals and Pets, Conscious Living with 3 Comments
Freeing a Killer Whale Held Captive for 43 Years

Killer whale Lolita has been wowing crowds at Miami Seaquarium for over 40 years. But now the ‘Blackfish effect’ has a growing protest movement calling for her freedom. Have aquarium shows had their day? Every week thousands come to Miami Seaquarium for a spectacular show; one that orca Lolita has repeated 3 times a day for 43 years. “It tells you nothing about Orcas in the wild. It’s a circus”, says one leader of the protest movement campaigning for her release. Blackfish, a controversial documentary about orcas in SeaWorld, has inspired a new awareness of the plight of “the most social animal on the planet”. Director Gabriela Coperthwaite explains, “SeaWorld has for decades been running unchecked”. As experts argue Lolita’s “cement prison” has driven her “psychotic”, the safety and ethics of such aquarium shows are finally coming under question.

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CLN Exclusive: Ben Lee on Inner Work, Spiritual Awakening and Global Transformation

CLN Exclusive: Ben Lee on Inner Work, Spiritual Awakening and Global Transformation

Inner work, spiritual awakening and global transformation aren’t usually topics we’re used to hearing about in the mainstream music industry, but musician Ben Lee has…

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17 Easy Ways To Be Insanely Productive

17 Easy Ways To Be Insanely Productive

17 Easy Ways To Be Insanely Productive

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Oh My, So That’s How GaiaMa Feels!

Posted by on March 3, 2014 in Conscious Evolution, Conscious Parenting with 5 Comments
Oh My,  So That’s How GaiaMa Feels!

I trust the Earth to know how to heal and teach us to heal. I trust myself a bit more now, knowing my process is as magnificent and profound as Hers. And knowing that the spark of evolution lives in the challenging fierceness as well as in the loving embrace of an innocent child.

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Breaking the Ice: How the Arctic 30 Revitalized Activism

Posted by on March 2, 2014 in Activism, Conscious Living with 0 Comments
Breaking the Ice: How the Arctic 30 Revitalized Activism

When Greenpeace activists were detained in Russia following a peaceful protest in the Arctic Sea, their plight drew the world’s attention. Lucy Purdy explores how their ordeal galvanized campaigners and may have ushered in a new era for environmental activism

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The 10 Lies We Tell Ourselves

The 10 Lies We Tell Ourselves

Here I have listed 10 lies that we need to stop telling ourselves in order to push past our own limitations and begin to enjoy the totality of living for which we are destined.

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A Month’s Worth of Inspiration in Two Minutes

Posted by on March 2, 2014 in Inspirational with 1 Comment
A Month’s Worth of Inspiration in Two Minutes

Five inspirational videos from February: $20 Backpack for the Homeless; Gabe Hurley Uses His Disability to Inspire Others; Natalia Marsh-Welton’s Used Her Make-a-Wish Donation to Feed the Hungry; 12-Year-Old Shubham Banerjee Builds a Low-Cost Braille Printer Made Out of LEGOs; A stunning time-lapse of the construction of Brooklyn Grange – the largest urban farm in the world

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18 Strategies for Managing Stress

18 Strategies for Managing Stress

Use these 18 tips to get rid of stress and preserve health and peace of mind.

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Fine Tune Your Mental Self

Fine Tune Your Mental Self

Society’s love affair with left-brain logic can lead to an overdeveloped Mental Self. The Emotional Self is denied unbridled joy and enthusiasm, while the Physical Self may suffer pain from neglect. Mastering Alchemy teaches you how to embrace the strengths of all three Selves and so much more.

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