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Soft Heart Tool – Take Some Time to Reenergize

Following an exhausting day working, taking care of the house and family or laboring over final exams, most of us want to relax and recover.† Recuperating and re-energizing is important not only for t…

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Cat Therapy: Boost Your Serotonin in 2 Minutes

Some people say laughter is the best medicine, so here are ten fun cat jokes to get your first dose of giggles for the day. Even just looking at pictures of cats -- and especially kittens -- boosts yo…

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Developing Your Heart’s Intuition: 3 Quick Tips

In last week's column, Sara talked about practical intuition. I enjoyed what she wrote and have found so many benefits through consciously developing my heart's intuition that I want to share more on …

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Ritual Baths: Bathe Your Spirit, Literally

by Melanie Channell, Asst. Editor of Energy Medicine on AllThingsHealing.com Editor's Note from Melanie Channell: Taking a ritual bath is a form of spiritual cleansing that can clear your aura of n…

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Maintain A Willingness to Embrace Change in Life

An undeniable truth about the physical universe is that change is constant. From the tiniest known particles on Earth to an estimated 500 billion galaxies in our universe, everything is in motion. All…

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Managing Stress When You’re a Caregiver

34 million Americans provide care to older adults, nine million of them assisting someone with dementia. Assisting those with basics needs through a prolonged incapacitation is both mentally and physi…

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Do You Take Your Yoga Mindset Off the Mat?

by Jeni James of Tadasana Travel, Contributor to Yoga on AllThingsHealing.com The vibration that comes along with astral sequences asks us what we value in our lives? What qualities, people, and po…

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The Benefits of Exercising Outside

Thank you, nature, for a truly spectacular day and for reminding me of my good fortune. Despite a looming deadline, I recently decided to take a time-out. Off to the nearby walking trail I went, in ho…

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The Nature of Stress Part II: Change Your Emotional Responses

The last Care 2 post, the Nature of Stress–Part I, discussed two of the key aspects of stress: It is our perception of events and challenges that cause much of our stress. Our emotional response…

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The Nature of Stress – 2 Key Indicators

What is stressful for some, may be exciting, even invigorating for others. Think of the high dive, a colossal roller coaster or a ride down the rapids. Perhaps these all might cause some trepidation i…

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15 minutes of mindfulness and meditation sounds wonderful.

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