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Samhain ~ The roots of Halloween

You know it’s that time of year when the supermarket shelves are stocked with blood stained costumes, disembodied limbs, ghastly ghouls, ghosts and demon costumes. But Samhain isn’t necessarily a creepy, morbid holiday obsessed with death, as modern celebrations would suggest. Instead, it

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Posted in Autumn, Spirituality, The Wheel of the Year, Wisdom & Inspiration

Transcendental Meditation: Tried and Tested

Could transcendental meditation help me cope better with the stresses of life? What is transcendental meditation? Transcendental meditation (TM) is a simple technique used by over 7m people worldwide to unlock their potential for self-healing and personal growth. The technique

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Posted in Consciousness Expansion, Spirituality, Wellness, Wisdom & Inspiration

8 Easy Tricks to Be More Present

by Jinny Ditzler (original article here…) I’ve spent just enough time living in the present to know that Deepak Chopra speaks the truth when he says: Life gives you plenty of time to do whatever you want to do if you stay

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Posted in Wellness, Wisdom & Inspiration

Ten Steps To Contacting Your Higher Self

By Asoka Selvarajah, Ph.D The Higher Self is that part of you that connects you directly to the spiritual realms. It is eternal, infinitely wise and transcends our everyday consciousness. It is in touch with the Divine because it is

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Being Highly Sensitive; a Blessing or a Burden? 

Coping with Increased Sensitivity As someone who most definitely qualifies as a Highly Sensitive person (HSP), I explore what it means to be super sensitive, and uncover the benefits and potential pitfalls of having such a trait. Life for a sensitive

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10 Tips to Reduce Festive Frazzle & bring Serenity to the Season

T’is the season to be jolly…but what if you’re feeling anything but? The season of goodwill is generally characterised by merriment and cheer, seen as a time to celebrate with those we hold dear. But for many people Christmas can

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Posted in Nature Lover, Wellness