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I believe that to live a truly meaningful life, we must learn to balance its three basic aspects—body, mind, and spirit—by honoring the importance of each one and setting goals for achieving each aspect’s optimum expression. If you’re familiar with traditional Chinese philosophy, you have heard about the ancient concept of balancing yin and yang—the...
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In the 20th Century, there was a constant philosophical debate on the nature of time fueled by the work of the British idealist philosopher J. M. E. McTaggart. Henceforth his 1908 paper, “The Unreality of Time” Mr. McTaggart said this: “Time is actually unreal because our description of it is necessarily either contradictory, circular, or...
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A few years ago, I was picking up my daughter from school, when something extraordinary happened. She was cheerfully singing, “I’m so happy, happy, happy.” When I asked why she said: “I am happy for no reason, dad.” So it validated my belief that happiness is not a state of mind, it’s a state of...
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1.     Keep moving or take a warm bath Low-impact physical exercise early in the evening, such as a leisurely walk, helps some people to sleep better. Walking can clear the mind of the day’s worries and activities. A warm-cool bath promotes sleep for others. Repetitious thinking such as counting sheep or reciting positive affirmations works...
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It’s important to make a plan and put it into action because every step you take will put you that much closer to achieving your heart’s desire. That said, however, you may need to adjust your initial plan, just as I did when I thought I could become a gymnast without first building muscle and...
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“Quality is not an act; it is a habit.” — Aristotle In his New York Times bestselling book, The Power of Habit, author Charles Duhigg explains that Individuals and habits are all different, and so the specifics of diagnosing and changing the patterns in our lives differ from person to person and behavior to behavior....
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Jill Bolte Taylor, a brain scientist and best-selling author of A Stroke of Insight, explains in her book that when someone reacts to something in their environment, there’s a 90-second chemical process that takes place in the body; after that, any remaining emotional response is just the person choosing to stay in that emotional loop....
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Knowing the difference between food allergy and food sensitivity or intolerance could eliminate unnecessary stress and anxiety and could literally save your life. Food sensitivity or intolerance: The difference between a food allergy and sensitivity or intolerance is the body’s response. Food sensitivities are not life threatening and are mostly due to the body’s inability...
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When you’re overwhelmed by stress, it’s difficult to stay committed to your heart’s desire, goals, and even your core values. Managing your stress is important if you want to regain control. If your stress level is high, the solution should not be to seek external brain-numbing tools such as binge TV watching, tobacco, alcohol, drug,...
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Stress is an integral, important part of your life, and it has a specific purpose. When you know how to use it to your advantage, managing and reducing stress becomes a significant tool to attain higher performance and optimal health and wellbeing. One guaranteed way to increase stress is to stress about it. Just reading...
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Upcoming book release: Winter 2021 (SkyHorse Publishing)

Best-selling author Nordine Zouareg is back with a brand new book, coming soon in Winter 2021. Pre-order it today to secure your copy!

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