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Matthieu Ricard is a scientist, author, photographer and the Dalai Lama’s right-hand man. Above all, though, he’s a devoted Buddhist monk who seeks to promote compassion.Read more »
Deep breathing and a focus on slow, deliberate movements, all told with an uplifting story ... yoga is a great way to prepare kids for sleep, even when they’re energetic and excitable.
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Menstruation is a time of intuition and deep insight. Gentle yoga asanas will take the discomfort and stress out of menstruation so you can embrace the reflective energy and just be with yourself.
Get your diabetes under control with a few simple yoga poses.
Why bother getting fit? Because fitness impacts on everything, from your body to your hormones to your brain. Read on for more reasons to get moving.
Research suggests that without creativity happiness is hard to find, so it’s a good idea to find ways to light your creative fire and let happiness burn.Read more »
We take a look at using acupuncture to treat sore joints, back pain and sports injuries in dogs, cats, horses and cattle.Read more »
Often overlooked for its simplicity, a pendulum is a powerful tool of divination, whether you are seeking lost valuables, buried treasure or direct guidance from a higher source.Read more »
We explore the yamas (restraints) and niyamas (observances) of yoga: 10 guidelines for leading a healthier, happier life.Read more »
From tax advisor to best-selling author and sought-after speaker, Cheryl Richardson is now a leading life coach who has co-authored a book with Louise L Hay.Read more »
Finding your first grey hairs can be disconcerting. We examine the genetic, nutritional and lifestyle factors that cause you to go grey.Read more »
A special form of brain training called neurofeedback has groundbreaking applications for treating everything from seizures to anxiety and chronic pain.Read more »
Psychic ability is not the exclusive domain of veiled ladies with crystal balls. It seems we all have it — the question is do we want to cultivate it?Read more »
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