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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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Finding Zen: Easy Ways to Cultivate More Inner Peace

Often, we define peacefulness by the absence of stress -- a neutral, inactive, state. However, is peace really just a passive state? For most people, adopting the life of a "Zen master" and dedicating…

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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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What is Heart Intelligence?

Throughout much of recorded history, in the writings and oral traditions of many diverse cultures, people strongly believed in an intelligent heart. As a child, I often was told to go your heart …

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The Heartís Intuitive Intelligence

Recently I was part of a team brainstorming answers to some intriguing questions: How could we at the Institute of Heart Math (IHM) make a video showing that the heart emits unseen energy? How could t…

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What is Heart Intelligence?

Throughout much of recorded history, in the writings and oral traditions of many diverse cultures, people strongly believed in an intelligent heart. As a child, I often was told to go your heart fo…

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Try an In-Depth Free Stress & Well-Being Survey

As part of HeartMathís Nourishing the Heart column for Aprilís National Stress Awareness Month, we want to offer you a free Stress & Well-Being survey developed by the Institute of HeartMath th…

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More Must-Do Tips to Increase Your Resilience

In my last article on resilience I gave two important tips proven to increase resilience. One was a simple tool to shift into Neutral during a stressful experience to save energy or saying somethin…

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