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Use Visualization to Reclaim Your Personal Power During the Pandemic
by Janet McKee

Stressless Success by Janet McKee

Life is challenging, and especially so now. Many of us feel victim to all that’s happening with our work, our communities, and in the world at large. These hopeless feelings result from believing that we have no power over the situation around us. Sure, worry and concern are normal feelings during these unusual times. But […]

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New Digital Demands Require Frontline Defense
by Dr. Rudrani Banik, MD – New York City

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Whether we are teleconferencing for work, homeschooling, virtually connecting with family and friends, watching television, streaming, or gaming, screen time has become a necessary fixture in our daily routines especially with the current pandemic recommendations on social distancing. We certainly need our digital devices! However, this increased exposure to digital screens and the blue light, […]

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Nowhere To Go
by Brenda Shoshanna – New York City

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We are all searching for the perfect place to visit, live in, or spend time. Most can stay where they are only briefly. Restlessness arise, curiosity about what’s around the corner. Deep inside there is a cry, “Get Me Out Of Here. I’ve had enough.” Had enough of what? We’re not sure, but it definitely […]

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Four Lifestyle Steps For Simple And Effective Immune Health
by Dr. Christine Horner, MD

Radiant Health, Ageless Beauty by Dr. Christine Horner, MD

A strong immune system doesn’t come from a pill but rather is a holistic approach that begins with a healthy diet and lifestyle. If you follow these four simple lifestyle steps on a daily basis you will be on your way to building a strong and healthy immune system that will serve you now and […]

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HeartCharging
by Donna Martini – Oyster Bay, NY

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Feeling tired and a bit overwhelmed? Being empathic beings, many of us are feeling a huge lull in physical energy, most likely allowing the weight of our world’s woes to get to us. We have forgotten (or perhaps never understood) our innate ability to change woes into wows. We all possess this potential. Using our […]

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Water
by Annette Goggio – Oakhurst, CA

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Water is Spirit. I’ve been told this, many times, and still, I forget. I have been getting many reminders lately. Actually, it started in 1995. I was at the beach I spent most of my high school years sitting on, but never going in the water because my hairdo would then be ruined, and flirting […]

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Pray that the World Does Not Go Back to Normal
by Alan Cohen – Hawaii

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As I was entering a local grocery store, a sign caught my eye: “These are our temporary hours ——until the world goes back to normal.” While part of me felt relieved at the prospect of the world going back to normal, part of me felt disappointed. I don’t want the world to go back to […]

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The Opportunity of a Lifetime
by James K. Papp – Bellingham, WA

Inquire Within: A Guide to Living in Spirit by James K. Papp

Life right now is indeed weird. The coronavirus outbreak has reshaped our way of being together on Earth. Most of us have never experienced so much disruptive change – and so quickly – in our lifetimes. Suddenly we are sharing (or not sharing) homes, workplaces, and public domains in entirely new ways. The group mind, which […]

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Let’s Turn this “Pause” into a Reset
by Steve Farrell – Boulder, CO

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All of us in Humanity’s Team hope you and yours are navigating the lockdown with peace and equanimity. We know how challenging it can be to find quiet space at home, attend to kids, and support seniors who might have special needs. I’m writing to you today about something that has emerged as an urgent […]

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Stuck inside? Five Simple Things to Get Reacquainted With Yourself
by Maharani – Spain

Whole-Ass by Maharani

I´d like you to introduce you to someone. She (or he) might remind you of someone you met a long time ago. You can’t pinpoint from where, but this person brings up the oldest, deepest feelings in you. You are not sure if you want to hug this person or if you want to run […]

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