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  • 21-Nov-2010

    Mind Matters

    Free Your Thoughts

    Years ago, motivational teacher Zig Zigler opened his seminars with the statement, “Give yourself a checkup from the neck up...

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  • 07-Nov-2010

    Back to the Future

    Catch a Child's Vision

    When you look at your daily routine, the usual stresses add up to a single question: What’s it all for?

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  • 24-Oct-2010

    The Marvel of Mantra

    Sprinkle on Some Sound

    The word mantra literally translates to “mind-wave.” Repeating a mantra is an age-old technology of controlling. . .

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  • 10-Oct-2010

    Surf Life's Seasons

    Cultivate Non-Attachment

    Mother Nature reminds us that everything has its season. The ocean waves illustrate the ebb and flow of life.

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  • 26-Sep-2010

    Open Your Mind

    Get Ready for Serendipity

    In a fairy tale, three Sri Lankan princes travel the Middle East making amazing discoveries. The Arabic word for their homeland – Serendip –

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  • 12-Sep-2010

    Goal Mining

    Make Your Dreams Reality

    When you set a goal, you project your thoughts into the future. In reality, a goal finds fulfillment through actions. . .

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  • 15-Aug-2010

    Peel to Reveal

    Layers of the Mind

    Besides the delicious taste and the numerous health benefits of onions, these root vegetables also . . .

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  • 05-Aug-2010

    Elementary My Dear

    Tattwas and Mental Projection

    Thinking about thinking is a perilous prospect. The line between philosopher and madman . . .

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  • 22-Jul-2010

    Pass the Popcorn

    Intermission from Stress

    Sometimes you just wanna scream! Life is full of responsibilities, needs, worries, demands on your time . . .

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  • 24-Jun-2010

    My Three Minds

    Positive, Negative, Neutral

    Yogis understand that a human has not one, but three functional minds. They work in a specific order . . .

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