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Why You Should Sweat the Small Stuff

meQuilibrium | September 2, 2015 | Healthy Living
Pay close attention to how you respond to little stressors; you'll likely have more mental bandwidth to identify knee-jerk, stress-filled responses that have likely been with you a long time. The payoff? Doing so builds your resilience for serious problems down the road.
Elizabeth Kirk

What Our Recurring Dreams Are Trying to Tell Us

Elizabeth Kirk | September 2, 2015 | Healthy Living
While I do still believe that our dreams can be a way for our minds to filter the information from the day, I also think dreams are another outlet for our subconscious to get through to us, to circumvent our thoughts and our egos, and grab our attention.
Erin Coriell

Don't Die With Your Music Still Inside You

Erin Coriell | September 2, 2015 | GPS for the Soul
When I heard the news of Dr. Wayne Dyer's death, I was immediately filled with questions: Was he sick? Did he have an accident? Did he experience pain in the moments leading up to his death? Being someone who maintains a close relationship with death, I know that these...
Mary Holloway

The Best Advice After a Soul-Crushing Life Experience

Mary Holloway | September 2, 2015 | Healthy Living
You have the power to choose the way you perceive things that happen in your life. What you choose to see will not only shape, but co-create, your reality. Think about that for a moment. You really can co-create your life by how you choose to look at things.
Dennis Merritt Jones

Don't Borrow Trouble

Dennis Merritt Jones | September 2, 2015 | GPS for the Soul
"Don't worry about the world coming to an end today. It is already tomorrow in Australia." ~ Charles M. Schulz Does your mind ever scamper out in front of you into the shadows of the unknown where your imagination conjures up a plethora of cinematic "what if's"? On occasion, mine...

Fostering Authentic Generosity in Our Children

Jesua | September 2, 2015 | Healthy Living
For myself, this breakthrough of bringing my genuine sadness to my children about hurtful tendencies I notice between them, and powerfully inviting them to embody, enact and extend authentic generosity to one another and the world around them, is one I will continue to learn from!
Melissa Mae

Are You Taking Action to Materialize Creative Visions?

Melissa Mae | September 2, 2015 | GPS for the Soul
I royally sucked at romance, (translation: dated emotionally unavailable men) until one day I gave up that BS and drafted a letter to The Universe requesting my soul mate to show up. Quit dating and was literally prepared to be single for the...
Eleni Makedonas

What Would You Do If You Weren't Afraid?

Eleni Makedonas | September 2, 2015 | Healthy Living
Fear keeps us in that unfulfilling career, in the unsatisfying relationship. It keeps us from living our dreams and moving forward with what we really want.
Uchechi Ezurike-Bosse

It's Time to Play the Music Inside of You!

Uchechi Ezurike-Bosse | September 2, 2015 | GPS for the Soul
Some may be excruciating slow, and last in the pack. But guess what, they're still running. Let us honor Dr. Wayne Dyer's legacy by tightening up our shoelace and joining the race.
Jennie Lee

Yoga's Guide for Peaceful People Management

Jennie Lee | September 2, 2015 | GPS for the Soul
For better or worse, people affect us from the moment we wake up in the morning until we fall asleep again each night. Their words and actions can disturb our peace of mind and trigger a variety of emotions that disrupt...
Peter Himmelman

Live As Though You're Living a Second Time

Peter Himmelman | September 2, 2015 | GPS for the Soul
Viktor Frankl was an Austrian psychiatrist born in the early 1900s. He wrote a classic called, "Man Search for Meaning." If you haven't read it, you should check it out. If you've read it, you should re-read parts of it all the time, as I'm fond of doing.
Brianna Wiest

8 Reasons It Seems Impossible to Simply 'Choose' Happiness

Brianna Wiest | September 2, 2015 | Healthy Living
Nobody will hand you the key to liberating your mind. But most suffering stems from not realizing you were always in control.
Tyler Tervooren

How to Get a Year of Experience in 6 Months

Tyler Tervooren | September 2, 2015 | Healthy Living
Learning a new skill, breaking into a new industry, changing your life and taking a risk -- it's just like anything else you go after -- it snowballs. You start out struggling, thrashing, totally confused, and frustrated. Then you learn a few tricks and things get easier. You get better.
Tyler Tervooren

Want to Change the Way People Think? Start With a Great Story

Tyler Tervooren | September 2, 2015 | Healthy Living
Story is a powerful motivator for change in anyone. If you have a message for the world -- if you're trying to get people to change the way they think and behave -- a story could be the most powerful weapon in your toolbox.
Whitney Koenig

Reflections of a Nurse: The Little Things Matter

Whitney Koenig | September 2, 2015 | Healthy Living
If you hope to be a good nurse (or coworker, or person with a heart), you're going to spend the majority of your working life doing things you SO mistakenly think are beneath you. The "little" stuff is rarely small. It's heavy and you can't carry it by yourself. So yes, little nursling, you are here to pass trays.
Rev. Peter E. Bauer

Do You Sleep With Your Smart Phone, Cell Phone and/or Blackberry?

Rev. Peter E. Bauer | September 2, 2015 | GPS for the Soul
Several years I ago, I served as the chief of the then Wounded Soldier Sponsorship Program for the Army Reserve Warrior and Family Assistance Center. This was a world-wide social service assistance program for Army reservists, their family members and retirees. We were located at Fort McPherson (now closed) in...
Mina Samuels

Pictures I Haven't Taken

Mina Samuels | September 2, 2015 | GPS for the Soul
Flying into Boise, Idaho last week, a State I'd never been to, I was surprised by the rolling desert--brown, arid, sensual; the kind of terrain I often imagine walking into and never returning. Snap. Then there are huge rectilinear buildings, low...
Elyse Santilli

10 Easy Ways You Can Practice Mindfulness

Elyse Santilli | September 2, 2015 | Healthy Living
We're literally missing out on most our own lives, which leaves us feeling shallow, empty and deeply unsettled. The great news is you can learn to be more present and mindful. Here are 10 easy ways you can practice mindfulness in your daily life.
Lyn Mac

QueenMode -- The New Success Rules!

Lyn Mac | September 2, 2015 | GPS for the Soul
Imagine a life where you could have anything that your heart desired because you were so connected to the source of all things. Where your presence and your purpose is such a strong light that you don't need to chase opportunities or people, opportunities and people pursue you! In this...
Hilal Isler

Eleanor Roosevelt Was The Original Blogger: An Interview With Molly Mogren

Hilal Isler | September 2, 2015 | GPS for the Soul
Molly Mogren has pretty much done it all. She has hiked the Antarctic Peninsula, outrun a hyena in South Africa, and powered through Iowa in a monster truck. And don't get her started on hunting an animal. In the deep...
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