Category: Week 1

Nightmares and Spiritual Guidance

Dreams, whether good or bad, can have great spiritual significance, encouraging us to grow from the experience. However, there’s danger in becoming overwhelmed by nightmares. For centuries, people across the world turned to spiritual guidance to help stop unbearable bad dreams. Nightmares are extremely common. One out of every two adults has nightmares on occasion.…
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Live A More Honest Life

When we have lived or are living a life of dishonesty either consciously or unconsciously, we need lots of support. It’s sometimes hard to gain the courage to finally tell the truth and as a result live a more honest life.  The more times a person continues to tell the truth, live the truth, and…
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Creating Hope in Perilous Times

Hope springs eternal. Like water bubbling out of the earth, you cannot stop hope. It erupts in the most unlikely scenarios of human tragedy war, the Holocaust, hurricanes, and tornados. It accompanies conception as our bellies swell and ripen, and flows through families as children change and grow. A powerful and potent spiritual practice, once…
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Immune Boosting Lentil Vegetable Soup

This is just what the doctor ordered. With cold and flu season upon us, a bowl of soup packed with immune-boosting ingredients is a great source of healing for your family. Your family will love to sit down to the fall chill with a bowl of warm, nourishing, immune boosting, veggie and protein packed soup.…
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Practice Reflection Instead of Deflection

What is “our current state of deflection?” Chuck Todd on Sunday’s NBC Meet the Press used this provocative phrase. He said this about the current political realm we are all experiencing. I keep thinking about how profound his words are. There is a current pandemic of deflection in our country. It is almost impossible to get…
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Welcome to the World of Birding

A growing number of people are experiencing the joy, peace and health benefits of birding. People that observe birds in their natural habitats engage in the hobby of birding. Bird watching has many health benefits. One obvious benefit is that it gets us outdoors and into nature. We get improved health and mental well-being through…
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Tips to Score a Scholarship

Learning new things is priceless, but getting an education is can be expensive.  That’s why knowing the ideas and tips to score a scholarship is so important. If your child is heading off to college or if you’re thinking about going back to school yourself, now is a great time to start thinking about scholarships…
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6 Creative Ways to Keep Learning

To be truly successful in life and to ensure our own physical, mental, and spiritual health it’s important that we take time to learn new things, whether it’s philosophical theory or painting. You can continue your education after graduation with a few creative steps.There are many different creative ways to keep learning such as: 6…
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Start a Gratitude Diary

When last year came to an end and you were reflecting on past moments, did you recall more bad memories than good? If so, maybe it’s time for a change. Setting new year resolutions is a good idea, but also consider starting a gratitude diary. What is a Gratitude Diary? A gratitude diary is simply…
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Optimism: Your All-Natural Stress Reliever

Need a health boost? Maybe all your body needs is a shot of optimism. A study published in the Health Psychology journal examined the levels of cortisol ( a stress hormone) in over a hundred adults. They found that those who were pessimistic had a higher stress baseline than optimists. Pessimistic participants also had difficulty…
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