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Effects of Sleep Deprivation on Your Health

About 30% of people suffer from poor sleep, and they often blame stress, computers and taking work home as the culprit. Many of us have experienced the fatigue, short temper and lack of focus that often follow a poor night's sleep. And although an occasional night...

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Why We Sleep

Why do we sleep? Sleep is a biological necessity. All complex organisms have a sleep-wake cycle, from simple fruit flies to humans. In humans, sleep has many vital functions for both physical and mental health. Important experiments with individuals who were sleep...

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Enlightened Aging

“It’s no good gettin’ old,” quoth my mother, now deceased. But that was a different time, a different era, and we’ve come a long way towards understanding that life does not stop, you are not “over the hill,” once you hit 30. If you are already there, or older, you...

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I Am FREE!

I am FREE!!! Read on to know what I’m free from I’m free from pain, suffering and anxiety. How did I do that? By witnessing, accepting and releasing my Victim in the many roles it played in my life. “I’m not a victim” I attested that statement for years, I even had...

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Tapping on Self-Trust and How to Build It

Last week we saw how we could learn to trust ourselves, this week I would like you to tap on it so that this really gets ingrained in your being and you really get the change in your body as well as your mind. For a more detailed explanation of tapping, watch this...

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Self-Trust and How to Build It

Trust is the heartbeat of every significant relationship, with yourself as well as with others. In fact, the relationship with yourself is the foundation of all other relationships. Therefore, the person you need to trust first is yourself. No one can be as supportive...

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