Balancing Your Masculine and Feminine Energies

May 15th, 2017   •   Miscellaneous   •   no comments   
Balancing Your Masculine and Feminine Energies

The thought that we all have masculine and feminine energies within ourselves is nothing new. If you take a look around, there are masculine and feminine energies everywhere in the universe. According to a very interesting book, The Kybalion, the Law of Gender states that “gender is in everything; everything has its masculine and feminine principles; gender manifests on all planes.”

 

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Want Six-Pack Abs? Here’s Why You Shouldn’t

April 9th, 2017   •   Miscellaneous   •   no comments   
Want Six-Pack Abs? Here’s Why You Shouldn’t

Six-pack abs have a reputation for being the ultimate sign of health and peak fitness. Many people dream about having a six-pack, and some make it a goal. In reality, six-pack abs are not all they are cracked up to be, and are generally not worth pursuing (especially not if you suffer from Adrenal fatigue). Superficiality and vanity explain their popularity, rather than genuine interest in fitness or good health.

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Time Alone: Seven Benefits of Voluntary Solitude

January 4th, 2017   •   Miscellaneous   •   no comments   
Time Alone: Seven Benefits of Voluntary Solitude

Many people feel uncomfortable spending more than a few hours alone, yet voluntary solitude, if used gainfully, can improve mental health, reduce stress, and assist personal growth. Here are seven ways to benefit from spending time alone.
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8 Ways To Deal With Financial Stress

November 18th, 2016   •   Miscellaneous   •   no comments   
8 Ways To Deal With Financial Stress

Money and financial pressures are one of the leading causes of stress today according to a 2015 survey from GfK:

 

  • 29% of survey respondents worldwide responded that the amount of money they have to live on is their primary source of stress
  • 27% responded that it’s the pressure they put on themselves
  • 23% aren’t getting sufficient sleep
  • 19% say they have too much work on their plate on a daily basis

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Using Essential Oils For Relaxation And Stress Relief

September 10th, 2016   •   Miscellaneous   •   no comments   
Using Essential Oils For Relaxation And Stress Relief

Although societal advancements have made life easier in so many ways, the demands that come from career and family often leave many people feeling stressed out and upset most days. Finding ways to relax in the midst of sometimes, overwhelming responsibilities is vital to good health and happiness.
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How To Take The Stress Out of Flying With Young Children

July 31st, 2016   •   Miscellaneous   •   no comments   
How To Take The Stress Out of Flying With Young Children

Flying with babies and toddlers is one of parenting’s greatest challenges. A well-timed tantrum can ruin the start of a dream vacation, turning five hours in an aircraft cabin into a little slice of hell. Fortunately, there are plenty of ways for parents to deal with nasty surprises and fits of tears. These handy tips should reduce the risk of your getaway turning sour before it has even begun.
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6 Ways for Men to Improve Their Work/Life Balance

May 8th, 2016   •   Miscellaneous   •   no comments   
6 Ways for Men to Improve Their Work/Life Balance

Most men (myself included) find it challenging to juggle the competing demands of their job and personal lives. Every man wants to do the best for his family and at the same time further his career, let alone his personal health and recreational goals. Unfortunately, many work for companies or organizations that are highly competitive and seem to demand 100% of their employees’ time. If you find yourself in this situation, then help is at hand. read more

Getting laid off ??? 10 Steps To Take Charge of Your Life

January 25th, 2016   •   Miscellaneous   •   no comments   
Getting laid off ??? 10 Steps To Take Charge of Your Life

You’ve been called into a meeting at work where the CEO outlines the budget forecast for the following year. It’s not good; the company needs to downsize in order to remain profitable and this means that people’s jobs are on the line. Your job is on the line. What should you do next? Where will you go? Why now and why you?
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Do You Want a More Peaceful and Compassionate Life?

December 19th, 2015   •   Miscellaneous   •   no comments   
Do You Want a More Peaceful and Compassionate Life?

The Dalai Lama is the renowned leader of Tibetan Buddhism and the political leader of the country of Tibet. He was born, Lhamo Dondrub, in 1935 in a small village in Tibet and was chosen to become both the spiritual and secular leader of the country. He was forced to escape from his home country of Tibet when the Chinese invaded in 1959. Since that time, the Dalai Lama has offered the world words of wisdom to help expand their spirituality and improve conditions for all those who inhabit the planet.  read more

How To Say “Adrenal Fatigue” In 23 Foreign Languages

October 3rd, 2015   •   Miscellaneous   •   no comments   
How To Say “Adrenal Fatigue” In 23 Foreign Languages

It was Dr. James Wilson who coined the term “Adrenal Fatigue” in 1998, but Adrenal Fatigue has been (and often still is) referred to by many other names such as Non-Addison’s hypoadrenia,  sub-clinical hypoadrenia, Neurasthenia, General adaptation syndrome, Adrenal neurasthenia, Adrenal apathy, Adrenaline fatigue, HPA axis dysfunction, Adrenal burnout, Adrenal exhaustion, functional hypoadrenia and functional Adrenal stress. These are all used as synonyms for Adrenal Fatigue in the English language and I was curious to see whether Adrenal Fatigue has direct equivalents in other languages.
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