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Peace Beyond the Pain – 5 Peace Building Practices

Written by on October 11, 2021 in Conscious Living, Inspirational with 0 Comments
Peace Beyond the Pain – 5 Peace Building Practices

Even during sad times, perfect peace can and does exist. It’s not a tricky balance or even a paradox. Perfect peace is a result. How? By immersing oneself in deep truths consistently in what is the nature of existence and wisdom philosophies. Possibly there are other ways, but this has been my path. The beauty of this life of choice and practice is that it has immediate and long-term benefits. 
As physical beings, we can’t escape the pain associated with such. Yet, we don’t have to suffer needlessly. We actually don’t have to suffer at all.  When we choose to develop our consciousness state and understand that we are not separate from the whole, then we ignite a world of exceptional possibilities and then live some of them. Just how good can it get? 

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Santa’s Powerful Example With Autistic Child of the Power of Kindness

Santa’s Powerful Example With Autistic Child of the Power of Kindness

By Dr. Mercola | Mercola.com   The video above, featuring 6-year-old Landon Johnson and a River Town Crossings Mall Santa Claus, demonstrates just how powerful kindness can be — powerful enough to fall into the Christmas Magic category, according to the boy’s mother, Naomi. After telling Santa what he wanted for Christmas, Landon ran back […]

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The Science of Compassion: Kindness Is a Fundamental Human Trait

Written by on February 17, 2016 in Conscious Evolution, Conscious Living, Meditation with 1 Comment
The Science of Compassion: Kindness Is a Fundamental Human Trait

Throughout his life, Thupten Jinpa (the Dalai Lama’s primary English translator) has studied the connections between science and compassion. In his latest book, A Fearless Heart (https://goo.gl/5Ysblw), Jinpa builds off a landmark lecture given at Stanford Medical School to explain how we can take a scientific approach to train our compassion muscle to relieve stress, fight depression, improve our health, achieve our goals, and change our world.

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The Science of Joy: New Study Finds We Are Hard-Wired To Give & Benefit From Doing So

Written by on January 12, 2016 in Conscious Living, Happiness & Humor, Sci-Tech, Science with 3 Comments
The Science of Joy: New Study Finds We Are Hard-Wired To Give & Benefit From Doing So

Do you get a little happy buzz when you give? This article helps you understand why.

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Vedic Astrology for October: Jupiter & Venus in Leo Highlight Romantic & Creative Opportunities Plus Spiritual Awareness

Written by on October 1, 2015 in Astrology & Numerology, Reality's Edge with 5 Comments
Vedic Astrology for October: Jupiter & Venus in Leo Highlight Romantic & Creative Opportunities Plus Spiritual Awareness

Jupiter, the great benefic, will also be traveling with Mars this month which increases our energy levels, vitality, enthusiasm, and confidence.

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7 Tips To Deal With “Not So Easy” People & Build Up Your Good Will Bank

7 Tips To Deal With “Not So Easy” People & Build Up Your Good Will Bank

How often do you do something, for someone, without expecting anything in return? How often do we think of creating good will. For most, the joy of giving comes primarily for the acclaim they get; For others, the pleasure is solely in knowing that they made life happier for someone else.One of the mysteries of life is, that our most valuable possessions are those things that can be shared without lessening them. Least valuable are those things that get diminished by being shared.

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6 Tips To Help You Turn Your Life Around Quickly

6 Tips To Help You Turn Your Life Around Quickly

Ralph Smart of Infinite Waters shares some tips to help you quickly turn your life around when you think things aren’t going to get better.

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The Science of ‘Paying It Forward’

Written by on March 16, 2014 in Sci-Tech, Science with 0 Comments
The Science of ‘Paying It Forward’

In recent years, social scientists have conducted experiments demonstrating that the effect of a single act of kindness can in fact ripple through a social network, setting off chains of generosity that reach far beyond the original act. But whether it is enough to merely witness a generous act, rather than actually benefit from one, has been an open question.

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