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5 Amazing Super Powers You’ll Develop When You Get Creative

5 Amazing Super Powers You’ll Develop When You Get Creative

Not only do you as an individual benefit from lateral and imaginative thinking and then manifesting creation through your skill or expertise, but society benefits too. Can you imagine the world without art, music, literature, hout-cuisine, architecture, landscaping and a host of other delectable contributions that others have provided since time immemorial?

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5 Ways to Relieve Stress in the Workplace

Posted by on May 29, 2019 in Stuff with 0 Comments
5 Ways to Relieve Stress in the Workplace

You should not let stress from work affect your life negatively. For a healthier and more balanced life, here are some ways to relieve stress in the workplace.

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You Can Relax: 8 Natural Remedies for Anxiety

You Can Relax: 8 Natural Remedies for Anxiety

Anxiety is a wily monster – an insidious mix of fear, worry, and uneasiness that culminates in nervous inner turmoil, it’s no fun. It’s a bummer. It eats away at happiness and makes everything feel lousy. Many of our anxiety symptoms have evolved from our fight-flight-freeze response, leading to an array of uncomfortable symptoms; high worriers often also suffer from muscle aches, tension, and headaches.

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Two Women Share Their Best Advice For Managing Stress

Two Women Share Their Best Advice For Managing Stress

There’s a lot of advice out there for things you can do to de-stress: take a hot bath, go to a yoga class, go for a walk or a workout, sit for mediation, keep a gratitude journal. I’m sure all these things work for some people, but for me, they’re just another thing on my to-do list.

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How To Stop Worrying by Alan Watts (Video)

Posted by on February 17, 2015 in Conscious Evolution, Conscious Living, Thrive with 0 Comments
How To Stop Worrying by Alan Watts (Video)

Many people devote their lives to keeping their mind busy, so they don’t have to be with themselves. Many people, Alan believes, are addicted to compulsive thinking, and must stop it if they want to be sane.

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