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Spiritual Metaphysics Defined

While physics is the study of physical reality, metaphysics includes that which is beyond the physical, but not necessarily the spiritual. Spiritual metaphysics takes an entirely different orientation. Spiritual metaphysics sees an ultimate, metaphysical source of all creation as the basis of reality. This one spiritual source is known by various terms, including The Absolute,…
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5 Solutions For A Balanced Mind And Body

In the twenty first century, more and more people are becoming educated properly on the topics of health and wellness. At a quick glance, the health and wellness landscape is full of products and services that have the potential to drain your bank account at a rapid rate if you’re not careful. There are products…
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6 Ways To Stop Overthinking Everything And Win Your Mind Back

Do you overthink even the smallest of things? Do you lose energy, time, and joy by worrying and envisioning all the worst situations? Are you always stressed out over the strangest things, often with no real payoff or to an irrational extent that never seems grounded in reality? Well, you’re definitely not alone! Overthinking is…
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3 Important Steps to Pursuing Your Life Purpose

Have you ever wondered what is your life purpose? Well, I have. Laying on my death bed, I knew I needed to find a reason for living. I’d spent most of my life trying to make other people happy, going with the flow, and not causing a scene. Not being true to myself resulted in…
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A Guide To Help You Achieve Happiness

People are under the impression that what happens in their lives is out of their control. You cannot sit around waiting to see what life dishes out. People that wait around usually have minimal goals and hope that life will be kind to them.  “Being happy is something that each of us determines, it is…
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6 Concrete Ways to Rewire Your Brain for Successful Habit Change

We all know the grim stats about how many New Year’s resolutions fail. It’s not because making resolutions is hokey or people are inherently lazy. It’s because most resolutions come down to one of two things: adopting new (good) habits or breaking old (bad) habits, and habit change is hard. People struggle at every step, from…
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Humans Are Not Designed To Eat Meat – Leading Microbiome Scientist Explains

In Brief The Facts:Dental, bone, DNA, and ancient human fecal analysis have shown considerable evidence that many ancient humans and ancient human-like species ate mostly plants. Reflect On:Have we been misled and lied to for the sake of profit and greed? There are many experts in the fields of anthropology, biology and all other sciences…
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5 Ways To Start Bouncing Back If You’re Burned Out

Does this sound like you? Each day, you move from task to task like a robot. You’re numb. You’re disconnected. Your hair is getting thinner, your waist is getting thicker, you’re losing energy, and you’re just not yourself anymore. It’s almost like somebody else is running your body. If you’re feeling like this, I can…
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Active In Your Free Time? A Healthy Diet Will Follow, Study Finds

Committing to a healthy diet on top of finding time to exercise (or knowing where to start) can seem daunting. Thankfully, new research shows being physically active in your free time will naturally increase your fruit and vegetable consumption. A recent study published in the International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health found people…
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5 Virtues of Calm Minds

A calm mind sees the world with greater clarity and perspective. It’s possible to put aside anxious or irrational thoughts to make better decisions. Discover how in this article. Calm minds are not only focused but disciplined. Without a doubt, the age we’re living in is always pushing us to multitask and get things done…
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11 Things To Know If You Want To Try The Mediterranean Diet

The Mediterranean diet is one of the most tried-and-true diets out there, with its first mention in the 50s and 60s after a study found that it could help improve heart health. This year, it topped a list of best diet for overall health, and it’s not the first time (it’s actually the third). The…
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Executive Intelligence – Characteristics

Executive intelligence is a new paradigm to understand how individuals adapt to their surrounding environment. We usually envision academic intelligence when we think of intelligence. That’s a good student with high scores or a person with a university degree or a scientist who does research. But this way of perceiving intelligence doesn’t include everything in…
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The Symbolism of Dreams According to Jung

The symbolism of dreams depends on how they integrate our conscious and unconscious lives. The symbolism of dreams in the Jungian analysis is much richer and interesting than others. Carl Jung stepped far away from the Freudian idea that dreams represented unfulfilled desires. In fact, he developed other concepts for the interpretation of his patients’…
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How to Start All over and Rebuild Your Life from Scratch

It’s never too late to start all over and rebuild your life from scratch; never too late to become the person you were destined to become. If you are still here – still living and breathing then you have all that it takes to move in the direction of your dreams… Don’t give up! ~…
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Studies on Plants Suggest Consciousness Exists As A Separate Entity From The Brain

In Brief The Facts:Monica Gagliano, a thirty-seven-year-old animal ecologist at the University of Western Australia has conducted multiple experiments with plants that suggest they are a living, thinking, feeling and emotional beings. Reflect On:Does consciousness reside in all things? Is a brain necessary to posses consciousness? Is consciousness dependant on a brain? When it comes…
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Depression and Dark Chocolate

New research finds that dark chocolate lowers the risk of depression. Great news: A recent cross-sectional study of over 13,000 U.S. adults found that people who ate dark chocolate in the prior 24 hours were 70 percent less likely to report depression.* The benefits were not simply due to the pleasure of the taste because; the same…
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Ecotherapy Aims to Tap into Nature to Improve Your Wellbeing

As many as one in six adults experience mental health problems like depression or anxiety every week. And not only is mental ill-health one of the most common causes of disease worldwide – it’s also on the rise. Finding ways to improve mental health is therefore essential. One type of therapy that is starting to…
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