Embrace the Psychology of Eating by Marlaina Donato Anyone that has struggled to lose weight, eat right or deal with an eating disorder is familiar with the emotional battle that can evolve from the simple act of seeking sustenance.
Lodestars of Powerful Decision Making by Lee Milteer We are living in unprecedented times of stress, confusion and overwhelm. We all need resources to help navigate these challenging times and make the right decisions for the highest and best long-term good for ourselves, our families and our businesses.
by Deborah Shouse As a boy growing up in Havana, Cuba, Jacob Liberman struggled with reading—that’s one reason this Maui resident finds it miraculous that he was called to write books. An optometrist, Liberman initially specialized in helping children with vision-related difficulties find ways to better learn and pay attention.
Relax and reinvigorate as you develop your life-management skills during Mindful Living Studio’s Vessel Yoga Mind+Body+Being Integration retreat at Art of Living Retreat Center, located in Boone, North Carolina. High on the mountain, a Vedic temple awaits you!
Tapping into Our True Nature by Michael A. Singer In 1972, I experienced a profound spiritual awakening and went into seclusion to focus on my inner growth. This awakening helped me see that I’m not my mind—I am the observer of my mind. I watched this chattering mind creating an obstacle to self-realization and true happiness. I also came to realize another clear truth: The outside world isn’t personal. It’s unfolding according to all the forces that have taken place from the beginning
by Shelly Smith Multi-level healing addresses all components that contribute to a state of well-being. Shelly Smith, body-centered psychotherapist, and owner of Nature’s Way Home counseling and coaching services, is familiar with the subtle emotions that can cause a state of dis-ease in clients, ultimately displaying in undesirable and sometimes deadly symptoms.
by Monique L. Ravesloot We live in a culture driven by a hunger for success. When talking about success, we typically talk about making billions of dollars, authoring multiple bestsellers, or rising to fame. But if we ask people who actually do those things for their definition of success, their interpretation
Why Less Means More Happiness by Deborah Shouse Parents wishing to simplify child-raising seek less stress and more fun; less scheduling and more casual time; less “shoulds” and more “want-tos” less second-guessing and more confidence. For a happier family life, experts encourage parents to stay true to their own values, strengths and sense of family purpose, focusing on the wonders of their children instead of endless daily tasks. It begins with each child feeling loved.
Study on Loved Ones Finds Connection Holdings hands with a loved one reduces physical pain, report researchers at the University of Colorado and University of Haifa that studied the brainwaves of 22 heterosexual couples between ages 23 and 32. When in each other’s presence, the couples’
I always enjoy the opportunity to share something new with our readers in my publisher letters. However, this month I am recycling a letter I wrote a year ago. Wayne and I will be leaving for a week’s vacation early tomorrow morning. Not to make excuses, but it’s been a busy week. I had planned to get this letter done earlier but, then, you know what they say about the best laid plans… This letter is about Charleston, one of my favorite cities, and it tells the story of two very remarkable women who lived there during the pre-civil war era. So, in the unlikely event you remember reading it, I hope you will forgive the repetition. I think it’s a story worth repeating and I hope you do, too.