Stress Makes You Fat and Sick – And What You Can Do About It December 19th, 2013 in Blog, Transformation

As discussed in the last blog, chronic stress elevates your blood pressure, triggers racing thoughts and agitation, and, especially in women, makes you hold onto fat. Left unchecked, prolonged stress also damages muscle tissue, suppresses the immune system, and impacts mental health. Chronic stress causes major damage to your body, health, moods, productivity and general…

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Manage Your Thoughts, Manage Your Stress December 17th, 2013 in Blog, Transformation

If life is 90 percent mental, and your thoughts help to create your reality, then it goes without saying that how you manage stress also impacts your health and overall quality of life. Are you already stressing out about going home to visit family during the holidays, wondering if your gifts, clothes or car will…

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The Universe Is Conspiring For Your Highest Good December 12th, 2013 in Blog, Spiritual Retreats, Transformation

The spirit of Christmas is giving, miracles and magic. Yet, it seems we forget that blessings and unexplained synchronicities can happen the rest of the year. Maybe a series of bad things happen. You lose your job. A relative gets ill. Your relationship is on the rocks. There are too many bills and not enough…

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Intuition: Learning to Connect to Yourself December 10th, 2013 in Spirituality, Transformation

Trust yourself. Listen to the voice within. You can describe intuition in many ways. Inner wisdom. An innate knowing. A still, small voice nudging you. Even God, or the Universe, or your Higher Self, speaking to you. It sounds simple enough, but how do you really know when your Spirit/Life Source is trying to get…

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Make the Rest of Your Year the Best of Your Year December 2nd, 2013 in Spirituality, Transformation

How did you spend your long Thanksgiving weekend? The answer is likely a larger reflection of the state of your life. Were you surrounded by family, food and the comforts of home, enjoying low-key, low-cost holiday traditions like decorating the tree, baking cookies, making crafts, relaxing by a fire, reading and resting, and feeling truly…

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