Equilibration

  • Corona Consciousness – ‘Boiling Frogs’

      Officials in hazmat suits, sticking needles into a young child’s arm to test for the Coronavirus, conjure up horrific images from the movie ‘Contagion’ or ‘Outbreak’. Let’s face it… sudden contagious disease and the prospect of death is terrifying! Viruses are very real, and we’ve all been sick with one at some point in […]

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  • Shhh, don’t tell… Oh, the tangled web we weave when we practice to deceive.

        I’m sure you know what I’m talking about.  Keeping secrets can cause depression, stress and anxiety in the best of the best.  In a research report from Columbia Business School in May 2017, it’s stated that there are harmful personal effects just from thinking about secrets.  The authors state that; “It is a […]

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  • A Dose of Nature is Just What the Doctor Ordered…

    Modern life can leave us feeling stressed, lonely and depressed, but the solutions are sometimes surprisingly simple. A study completed in 2016 found that visiting a park for at least 30 minutes a week could significantly reduce the risk of depression.  Scientists in Australia found further evidence of what researchers have been saying for years. […]

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  • How to deal with a-holes

    This might not seem like the most enlightened question, yet it’s one I get a lot from members of my community. Especially with the coronavirus, people are scared and when we’re scared, we leave our heart, we’re triggered by our emotions, leave the intelligence of the prefrontal cortex that allow for abstract creative thinking and […]

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  • Finding Balance

    Noun: a state of equilibrium or equipoise; equal distribution of weight, amount, etc. How do you find balance within an unbalanced world? How do you stay focused on being in balance in a chaotic seemingly unstructured world? In today’s high speed, high pressure and high-stress world, it’s not just balances between work and family that’s […]

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  • Teenagers, oh the Trials and Tribulations!

    This summer I had my fill of teenage drama.  I heard about it all from my boys, nieces and nephews.  Who was dating whom that someone else liked.  Who got their hands on alcohol and learned what it was like to drink too much.  Who got caught on the security camera vandalizing the public house. […]

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  • How the Media and Your Political Party Plan to Steal Your Vote – DON’T Let Them…

    “Racist “Cheat“, “Liar”,  “Sexist”, “Hypocrite”, “Supremacist”…  Winning is ALL that matters… At ANY cost… Now, more than ever, the top strategic focus for today’s political parties are painting a narrative which ‘packages’ their opponent into an evil piece of shit, whilst portraying their candidate as the ‘hero’, taking them to the promised land. Why? Political […]

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  • The Key Behind Every Successful Relationship

    To me, work is often the scapegoat when it comes to challenges in a relationship when the real cause is often a lack of “communicated appreciation” of each other. Notice that it is not from a lack of appreciation, but the trouble brews in a relationship when this is not communicated. Here’s how this trouble commonly arises in a relationship…

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  • An Ever Evolving Consciousness

    First, one must gain a recognition that there is simultaneous construction and destruction happening at all times.  This applies to your body, the world around you, and most importantly, it applies to your mind.  As your thoughts and ideas shift and change, so do your actions.  

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  • Why You Should Work With Disease Instead of Fighting Against It

    Having just nursed my eldest two children through a nasty stomach bug, I was awakened earlier than usual by sudden severe cramps in my stomach. It seemed that I now had to deal with this bug. As my day progressed, it was interesting to note that many well-intentioned people offered suggestions of all sorts of  medications and natural  remedies  for it. I declined because I had no intention of fighting this bug. I was going to work with it.

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