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My Experience with Meditation

In Meditation, Mindfulness, Wellness by Maria Molina, RP0 Comments

In this crazy world we live in, it’s almost impossible to find peace or time to quiet the mind.  Our brains are constantly being overstimulated with cell phones, computers, TV screens, negative environment etc.  Even upon bedtime it can still be a challenge quieting the mind and to fully embrace being in the present moment.  What if I told you …

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The Choice is Ours – A Venus Project Documentary

In Sustainability by Carlos Espinal, INHC0 Comments

This film series explores many aspects of our society. To rethink what is possible in our world, we need to consider what kind of world we want to live in. Although we refer to it as civilization, it is anything but civilized. Visions of global unity & fellowship have long inspired humanity, yet the social arrangements up to the present …

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I Know it’s a Stretch But…

In Wellness by Edward Johnson0 Comments

Between working, being a parent, going to school, a social life etc. it’s difficult to find time to stretch your muscles and joints. Although it is very necessary, it’s something that is not mentioned as much as it should be. As you awaken for another day, you think your body has received all the rest needed to keep you going. …

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10 Ways to Eat Less Sugar

In Health, Nutrition by Eleni Simos, INHC0 Comments

Sugar. Sugar, sugar, sugar. The sweet and silent killer (in some cases- literally!). How about this for a new year’s resolution: mindfulness. Let’s be mindful of our sugar intake. Sounds simple right? Well, it is! On a daily basis, Americans consume a total of thirty teaspoons of added sugar a day. That is ALOT of sugar. Now, not all sugar …