Archive | March, 2012

VIDEO: Practice What You Teach

This video is for anyone carrying an inspirational message. The goal of this vlog is to remind you to always practice what you teach. If you’re teaching gratitude, BE GRATEFUL. If you’re teaching compassion, BE COMPASSIONATE. If you’re teaching forgiveness, PRACTICE THE F WORD. Walk your talk.

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Deepak Chopra: Murder by Faith? A Tale of Two Worldviews

What should be done when parents rely on religion instead of medicine to heal sick children?

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Your Brain On Stress

Another reason to stress about getting stressed: Chronic stress triggers the formation of insoluble tau protein aggregates in the brain cells of mice. New research from the lead author of the study, Dr. Robert Rissman, the University of California, San Diego School of Medicine, sees this as an explanation for the high correlation between chronic […]

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Fiona Apple’s Letter To Gay Teen Goes Viral

A letter Fiona Apple sent to a young fan, Bill Magee, after meeting him at a concert in 2000 is making a big splash in the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender blogosphere. Then sixteen years old, Bill asked Fiona if she would write a few setneces of support for his school’s Gay Straight Alliance.  A few days […]

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Intent Video of the Day: Declaration of Interdependence

Let it Ripple: Mobile Films For Global Change is a new short film series by The Moxie Institute that provides inspiring, impactful films and media for nonprofits all over the world to use to further their reach and impact. For free. A Declaration of Interdependence is the first film in the series. Featuring music by Moby, it […]

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Weight loss surgery reverses Type 2 Diabetes.

Type 2 diabetes, a disease affects millions of Americans, occurs when the body loses its ability to produce insulin and process sugar from food.  In many ways, it is a  a disease of affluence: Eating too much is hazardous to your health. On Monday, researchers announced the results of a controversial study that sought to determine which was […]

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Deepak Chopra: A Personal Mission — Define Your Wellness (Part 3)

In the Part 1 and Part 2 of this series (which should be read first) we set down goals for making your own wellness program. No one can do this but you. At the same time, you need to be complete in your approach, which involves looking at both success and failure as the journey unfolds. […]

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Returning Through Yoga

By Hemalayaa It’s day two-and-a-half since coming back into balance with the depth of breaths and sleep I desire and enjoy. I lost myself pretty bad for a moment. I was having symptoms such as: being highly irritable, feeling lonely (and ignoring it), madly running from one appointment/meeting to the next without connecting to myself […]

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Betsy Chasse: When did you stop believing? Child development in the new age.

Do you remember when you stopped believing in Faeries? When the magic of the world suddenly ceased and “reality” set in? That maybe “this” was all there is and life as you knew it changed forever. Suddenly you had to grow up and be cool. It seems that day is coming earlier and earlier for […]

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Why Is Love So Painful?

Love is painful because it creates the way for joy, for ecstasy, for bliss. Love is painful because it transforms you.  Love is growth. Love itself does not hurt. It is growth that hurts, the ego that stings. Each transformation is painful because the old situation is being left behind for the new. Hence, fear […]

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