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TADASANA, THE MOUNTAIN POSE

In YOGA by Fiona RoseLeave a Comment

She was small, you might say she looked somewhat forelorn. Yet her naked feet with their wide-spread toes, lightly gripped the soil beneath them. She stood with light balance, there was strength, dignity in her pose.

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FREEING LIVES

In GRACEFUL LIVING by Erik Pema Kunsang

A person with a open mind and noble heart respects everyone, animals too. Not only by refraining from causing harm but rescuing those in danger and saving their lives, setting them free. Such person is universal hero.

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GRATITUDE

In GRACEFUL LIVING by Beth Lee-HerbertLeave a Comment

The cornerstone of my spiritual life can be summed up with one word: gratitude. Without gratitude, no matter how “spiritual” I might look or act, my heart is closed and cold, and there is no room for the mystery of the divine.

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COMMON GROUND OF BUDDHISM AND ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS

In LIFE by Erik Meier Carlsen

I’ve always sought, that this prayer ask for an attitude, which I found so characteristic and fundamental in Buddhism. And some years ago I was struck, when I found a very similar advice in the famous Bodhicaryavatara by 8th century Indian Buddhist master Shantideva of Nalanda Monastic University.

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YOU ARE MY SUNSHINE

In LIFE by Heidi Nevin

I sit in the darkness, my son nursing in my lap, my daughter lying beside me under a pile of warm blankets, holding my hand. The room is still as I sing the familiar lullaby lyrics I sing every night. You are my sunshine, my only sunshine.

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ATARAXIA

In SACRED WORLD by Jacek Dziubiński

There would never be any disruptions to mental stability if extended difficult situations and ways of coping with them were included in the general education curriculum before young people become warped and twisted by general expectations and the search for permanent happiness and safety.

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YOU THE LOVE

In SACRED WORLD by Sascha Alexandra Aurora2 Comments

Imagine a simple stalk with a small white flower at its peak. Held up by two gentle fingers. Gazed upon by a being of the heart. His two eyes merges with that little flower. He is not judging or evaluating that flower, he simply sees the flower, as the wonder it is.

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DANCING WITH HABITS

In GRACEFUL LIVING by Niels Viggo Hansen

Habits and lifestyle change has made it more and more clear that self-control is a poor strategy in lifestyle change in the long run, because it is as if part of the body must be in a permanent state of effort to control another part.

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REVOLUTION THROUGH KINDNESS

In ACTIVISM by Tara Trinley Wangmo1 Comment

Pure fantasy? No it is not. A friendly revolution has already begun, many places on the planet. We need a completely different perspective on our understanding of what creates healthy societies, happy lives, sustainable development and respect for future generations’ welfare on the planet.

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HOLY SMOKE

In NATURAL MEDICINE by Tara Trinley Wangmo

Incense is a way to open up the inner channels. Another way for healing, a more subtle path. The ingredients works in concert, like the many instruments in an orchestra, to form a homogeneous effect, that cures and heals like a beautiful melody.

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16 WAYS TO TOTAL HEALING

In NATURAL MEDICINE by Tara Trinley Wangmo

If like a peacock you are able to transform poison to beautiful colors there is no need for detox. Otherwise here are 16 great ways to total healing to free your body and mind from toxins in simple and fun ways.