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A Daily Mindfulness Practice from “Doing” to “Being”

Are you a ‘human being’ or a ‘human doing’? Often we base who we are on what we’ve done or can do in order to achieve happiness, success, relief, or self-worth. So, how we do change our mindset from “doing” to “being”?

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How do I help my child focus in school?

An increasing number of children have been reported to experience challenges in focusing or maintaining concentration. But why is that and is it really a matter of focus or just the byproduct being a kid?

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Understanding your Why

Throughout the years the meaning of life has changed for human beings. We have stopped thinking about life in terms of “survival” and started thinking about how we want to live it. But how do we figure out our purpose, our “why”? And why is it important that we do so in the first place?

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The Mind Divided

What do you do to help prevent panic attacks?

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Three Top Tips To Work Through A Fear of Change

Change is the one consistent variable in our lives, so how can we train ourselves to become more versatile and adaptive to change? In today’s post, we’ll provide three ways to work through our fear of change.

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Have you ever been brokenhearted?

What can you learn about yourself and what you want from a relationship when you’re experiencing heartbreak?

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Maintaining your Individuality in College

For young adults about to begin their first year of college, here are some thoughts to consider how you can make the most out of your college experience while still maintaining your individuality and authenticity.

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Why knowing about sensory integration can benefit your overall health

Are you ready to discover beyond the 5 senses we learned about in school, along with the path to your health?

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Meditation for Kids: Swapping Punishment with Mindfulness

Here we’ll consider how meditation and mindfulness may be the next level of discipline we use with children.