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Linden Schaffer

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5 Steps to Avoid Burnout

Linden Schaffer | December 5, 2012 | Healthy Living
It's important to realize that most of us have multiple stressors in our life, and tackling them all at once can be overwhelming and counterproductive. Instead, start with one big stressor or several smaller stressors and test the waters.
Debbie Ford

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Super Soul Sunday: What I Didn't Share With Oprah

Debbie Ford | December 5, 2012 | Healthy Living
Feeling ashamed of my vanity left me hating myself when indeed there was never a time I needed more of my love and acceptance. I realize now that I was so ashamed that I never mentioned it to Oprah or to the producers that so lovingly wanted to talk about a very difficult subject.
Gabrielle Bernstein

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A Meditation for Releasing Inner Conflict

Gabrielle Bernstein | December 5, 2012 | Healthy Living
I just finished the first 56 hours of my Kundalini teacher training and I was inspired to vlog about the importance of a committed spiritual practice. In this video I offer you a Kundalini meditation called "Inner Conflict Resolver Reflex."
Amy Neumann

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14 Quotes to Inspire You

Amy Neumann | December 5, 2012 | Healthy Living
Inspiration can come from many places. Often, it's something simple that catches your eye and your curiosity, sparking new thinking or a flash of insight. Quotes have long been a source of inspiration for this reason.
Balpreet Kaur

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Turning Ugliness Into Beauty Through Interfaith Leadership

Balpreet Kaur | December 5, 2012 | Religion
I started wearing my heart on my sleeve and seeing every stare as a chance for dialogue and friendship. I began to firmly believe in the power of the spoken and written word. I finally began to realize that I had to take charge of my own narrative.
Loren Ridinger

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The Power of Positive Thinking: Taking Charge of Your Attitude

Loren Ridinger | December 5, 2012 | Healthy Living
By embracing an optimistic approach, you are able to tackle tough situations productively and with a solution-oriented mindset. By weaving optimism into your attitude, your ability to cope with challenges may increase.
Beth Weinstock

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Creating an Inner Coach That Supports Resilience and Self-Confidence

Beth Weinstock | December 5, 2012 | Healthy Living
Now that it's fall and we're clearing out our summer clothes for what feels good to wear in the new season, let's clear out our negative self-thoughts and only wear words that contribute to our self-esteem.
Rabbi Will Berkovitz

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A Shelter for Spiritual Vulnerability

Rabbi Will Berkovitz | December 5, 2012 | Religion
On Sukkot we are told to leave the comfort of our sturdy homes with their strong walls, insulated windows and security systems and we are directed to live in an impermanent shelter -- where the walls may shake in the slightest breeze and roof is made of leaves and twigs.
Denise M. Wilbanks

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Sway to the Rhythm of Love

Denise M. Wilbanks | December 5, 2012 | Healthy Living
When I become scared or confused navigating the labyrinth of life, I take myself back to that space-time when I felt whole and become free once more.
Tara Brach

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Growing Up Unworthy

Tara Brach | December 5, 2012 | Healthy Living
Our most habitual and compelling feelings and thoughts define the core of who we think we are. If we are caught in the trance of unworthiness, we experience that core as flawed.
Paula Davis-Laack

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7 Simple Resilience Strategies for Busy, Stressful Lives

Paula Davis-Laack | December 5, 2012 | Healthy Living
Resilience is a popular buzzword, but what really is resilience? Most people are able to define it as the ability to bounce back from adversity, but few realize that resilience is made up of a number of different skills and abilities.
Dennis Merritt Jones

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The Art of Receiving Is Different From the Act of Taking

Dennis Merritt Jones | December 5, 2012 | Healthy Living
I think we could all learn something significant from dogs regarding the nature of not just giving, but receiving. There seems to sufficient conversation around the need to be a good giver, and appropriately so, but there is little talk about the other end of the stick.
Dr. Terri Kennedy

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Conversation With Elena Brower on 'The Art of Attention'

Dr. Terri Kennedy | December 5, 2012 | Healthy Living
Where are you focusing your attention? How would you benefit from more focus? Be inspired by my conversation with Elena Brower on "The Art of Attention."
Rhonda Britten

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Fearless Living Boot Camp Challenge, Day 26 (VIDEO)

Rhonda Britten | December 5, 2012 | Healthy Living
Over 20 years ago, I gave up something that ran my life. Some people might call it an "addiction"; others call it a "nasty habit." Whatever you want to call it, I'm talking about something that you believe you need in order to be okay.