Tag Archives: stress

3 Solutions to The Problem of Motherless Children

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One third of African American families are living impoverished lives, and many don’t show it. People of color are very good at hiding their imminent eviction or inability to find consistent work. No one wants to declare themselves poor. This is why saying one feels “whole and complete,” despite what’s in the bank account, is a revolutionary […]

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5 Love Beliefs Hindering Good Health

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Our health goals can be hindered by love beliefs that are misdirected. We may believe love has to come from: parents and family. They don’t love me. teachers. They don’t love or like me. coworkers. They don’t love or like me. my lover. He/she is just playing me. me, myself. Well, duh. Yeah, well, I put up with me. Family & Parental […]

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12 Sun Signs Part 2

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6 More Sun Signs and Their Stress Indicators This continues the sun signs discussion. Each sign represents a reason to stop beating yourself up about your health, and de-stress instead. (3/2/17) We drew from and adapted wisdom in the Complete Textbook of Holistic Self-Diagnosis (L.O. Afrika, 2013). This book confirms that a person’s immune system, state of health and vitality can be […]

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3 Freedoms for Friday

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Friday the 13th  I’m aware today is NOT the 13th, however, the thought came that people rejoice and dread Fridays. We’ll get to these feelings in a moment. Did you know old buildings in New York City were built without the 13th floor? This was because western Europeans were convinced 13 was an unlucky number. Once […]

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How To Remind Yourself To Be Aware!

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Note first the difference between BEWARE and Be Aware. Fear-mongering is for the fearful. When you are healthy in body-mind-spirt, and emotionally balanced (harmonious) as possible, fear and beware take up no room in your consciousness. It is those other times that we are talking about. When you feel a bit less healthy and more vulnerable and wary. […]

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8 Tips For Womanly Peace

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What is womanly peace? The kind that doesn’t get rattled because of the behaviors of men and children!? This is the 2017 Inquiry of the Summit: As I embrace all aspects of myself, including rage and fear, what is available for the transformation of the universe? What is available for women (like me) is a state […]

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11 Ways to Unlearn WORRY

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1.Learn what worry really is to YOU. Is it: HOW something will get done HOW something will turn out HOW someone will react HOW to remember that important thing (… in other words… any persistent HOW issue signals worry, especially if you cannot initiate or control The How.)  Or, is it: overeating or over-indulging insomnia compensating behavior…. […]

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7 Reasons to Retire Early

This is a message for people who may want to stop their day-to-day grind and are reconsidering their future. They’ve put in five to 10 or so years and are looking at options beyond the 401K or 503B retirement or pension program. The main reasons to retire early is holistic health –mind-body-emotions-spirit–  and the prospect of a long, wealthy life […]

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5 Signs You Need A January Oil-Change

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& Lifestyle Changes You MUST Make For A Powerful 2017 David Avocado Wolfe suggests you detox ASAP if you have depression, insomnia, lethargy, indigestion, stress, body odor, weight gain, and mental fog.  Tanaaz says you need a spiritual cleanse if you’re carrying “baggage,” feeling guilt or resentment, lack focus and direction, are in denial about what is, or feel […]

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Eye Roll This Way

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When women (or men for that matter) roll their eyes at someone or a situation, the meaning is clear. The last nerve has been broached. The horror of it is –why let things get to the last nerve? I discuss nerves and nerve health a bit more in this post. This time I want to address that […]

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