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Super Quick Coronavirus Clearing Meditation — Purpose Fairy – Self Improvement Article

This Super Quick Coronavirus Clearing Meditation uses high frequencies and colors to clear, cleanse, and protect the areas in the body where the virus can enter. At the speed with which coronavirus is spreading and the panic it continues to create all over the world, we need all the help we can get to take care, not only of ourselves but also of those around us. To keep ourselves healthy, safe, and sane. And not get pulled into the dark…

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I Never Believed Transcendental Meditation Would Benefit Me – Meditation Article

Excerpts from an essay by Barry Marenberg. View the full piece on Medium.com. A year ago I was unhappy with the direction of my life. I was out of shape, overtired, and depressed. I was merely going through the motions of waking, working and sleeping. When I was awake, I was not fully “present.” I was experiencing financial issues, personal and professional issues. Once a week my family and I would dine at a restaurant at which time we would…

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Are You Highly Sensitive Person? How to Thrive in an Overwhelming World – Personal Development Article

Have you ever felt overwhelmed by life and people? Or been told that you’re “too sensitive’ and need to “toughen up”? You may actually be a Highly Sensitive Person (HSP). Back in the early 1990s, psychologist Elaine Aron began her research on a distinct personality trait: the Highly Sensitive Person. Dr. Aron describes the Highly Sensitive Person (HSP) as someone who “has a sensitive nervous system, is aware of subtleties in his/her surroundings, and is more easily overwhelmed when in a…

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The Need to Be Seen and Why It Matters — Purpose Fairy – Self Improvement Article

One of the greatest human needs is the need to be SEEN, not for who we pretend to be, but for who we truly are underneath it all.  ~ Luminita D. Saviuc Today I’m thinking about how most of the time we pass by one another without looking into each other’s eyes and recognizing who we truly are. We walk around pretending the people around us are not people. And we pass by one another as if none of us…

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I Woke Up And Realized Everything I Thought I Knew Was Wrong – Meditation Article

After helping out and supporting my mom as best as I could for thirteen years while she battled with cancer, when she passed away, I was a major train wreck—deep depression, suicidal thoughts, and countless nights of insomnia were just a few of my “symptoms.” A few months later, when a friend suggested I learn Transcendental Meditation, my only hope was that I would be able to get some sleep. I hadn’t read anything about meditation, hadn’t thought about it…

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My Only Regret Is That I Didn’t Find This Practice Twenty Years Ago – Meditation Article

My name is Steve. I’m a corporate technology executive, father, and generally happy guy. My life has always been about evolution and expansion—looking for new ways to adopt the latest technology to enhance a company product, or new personal experiences to learn and grow from. This, along with seeking out ways to cope with the stress of corporate life while navigating the challenges that come with becoming a father, has taken my life down many different paths. As someone with…

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A Highly Personal Yet Highly Impersonal Endeavor – Meditation Article

When I was a little kid, it always broke my heart to see a homeless person on the street or someone begging for food. On one such occasion, I proclaimed to my father, “When I grow up, I’m going to give every poor person in the world a bag of gold.” “That’s very kind of you,” he replied. “But if you only give someone money, they might just spend it all and end up back in the same situation. If…

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Tom Hanks And The Afternoon Crash – Meditation Article

The Event: The David Lynch Foundation’s (DLF) annual benefit dinner and gala honored General (ret.) Stephen Rippe and Ken Falke, founder of Boulder Crest Retreat, with the DLF 2017 Resilient Warrior Awards. The evening featured musical entertainment from Grammy-Award-winning violinist Miri Ben-Ari, and a conversation with Tom Hanks and Mary-Louise Parker on the benefits and impact of the Transcendental Meditation technique. Proceeds from the event helped support the David Lynch Foundation’s Resilient Warrior Program which brings the TM technique to…

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“It Hit Me, Quite Literally, After Endless Months Of Going To Sleep Wired” – Meditation Article

Tara Gardner, a freelance writer and editor covering all things lifestyle for Glam.com, recently wrote about her experience learning and practicing the Transcendental Meditation technique. There are so many meditation practices to choose from these days that it’s helpful to hear stories like Tara’s. She takes us from her first impressions of the TM technique, through her instruction, and positive experience afterwards. Below are excerpts from her insightful article.  “It hit me, quite literally, after endless months of going to…

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The benefits of internet fasting – Spiritual Article

Profile viewed, invitation sent. Connect.Recently, I struggled with social isolation as I drudged to establish myself in a new city with no family or friends, and with the added task of convincing hirers of my usefulness after a long maternity break.Torn between household chores, a baby and my career-in-waiting, I was checking my accounts on various social media platforms almost every five minutes. For days, I had been doing that.What was I looking for? Interesting news articles, job openings, people…

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My Three Favorite Tools For a Healthy, Happy Life with Soraya Bakhtiar – Meditation Article

 In one word, what describes your approach to life? “Presence.”   We were honored to interview fashion blogger Soraya Bakhtiar about her passions and lifestyle, and how the Transcendental Meditation technique has fostered the strength, awareness, and presence to support her in accomplishing her ambitious goals. The world of fashion has become a cyclone that whizzes through each season, and despite the overwhelmed audience left in its wake, the storm only continues to gather speed. At the eye of this…

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When To Keep Your Mouth Shut and Preserve Your Energy – Self Improvement Article

When someone says a stupid or rude comment in front of you, it’s tempting to want to immediately respond to it. However, often it’s best to just keep your mouth shut and ignore it. Of course, practicing silence is easier said than done. We have a natural impulse to want to defend ourselves when we feel personally attacked or someone says something that offends us. But what good comes when you feel the need to always respond to others or…

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Finding Stillness Beyond The Surface – Meditation Article

Ever wonder how people who practice the Transcendental Meditation technique seem to fit it into their day so effortlessly, or why they continue to do it, year after year? For 36-year-old Jessica Wilbert, a blogger and former schoolteacher, the TM technique has been one of the most essential parts of her life since childhood. After spending years at an exhausting teaching job in Boston, Wilbert took a leap of faith and moved to sunny San Diego, where she completed a…

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How Your Personality Shapes What Types of Exercise Work Best For You – Self Improvement Article

Everyone knows exercise is good for you, but many have trouble transforming that belief into action and making exercise a consistent habit in their lives. One reason may be lack of motivation or discipline, but another reason could be that you just haven’t yet found the type of exercise that works best for you and resonates with you. The more we know ourselves, the easier it is to create new habits that work for us. So the first step toward…

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Choose A Meditation Practice You’ll Stick With – Meditation Article

In 2019, meditation isn’t exactly mysterious. Given the evidence, we all know we should meditate. Modern life is demanding and stressful, and in a lot of ways meditation is the perfect antidote. But while having the intention to meditate is one thing, establishing and maintaining a regular practice is another thing entirely. When you’re in a good flow, you might be exercising, eating healthy, and getting a good amount of sleep. But when your life gets more demanding, healthy habits…

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What We Can Learn About Leaders from Their Speeches

You can tell a lot about a person from the words that they share. It’s true that actions speak louder than words, but words are still powerful and a great way to motivate your team and to inspire trust amongst your customers. The greatest leaders have turned public speaking into a fine art, and it’s a good idea to follow in their footsteps if you want to create a company that stands the test of time. The good news is…

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