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STRESS good or bad for you

Most people would say bad for you, as this is what for the past decade we have been told from the medical scientists and doctors. Calm down learn to relax, work less, take sometime out, have a holiday. Yes, calming the body mind is good for you, but there are

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Intermittent Fasting For WOMEN

Dr Mindy Peltz Another interesting conversation by Dr. Rangan Chatterjee with Dr. Mindy Pelz Fasting, Hormones & Menopause Why Women Need A Different Approach To Men The COMPLETE GUIDE To Intermittent Fasting For WOMEN (How To Do It Correctly!) | Dr. Mindy Pelz Today’s podcast could transform the lives of

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Setting too Soon Expectancy

setting too soon The expectation Effect David Robson Within the T’ai Chi practice I call this “setting to soon”. This is when we fix our minds on an outcome, before we have even let the event unfold and find out the possibilities than can come out of the event by

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Breath to Heal by Max Storm

Max Strom is a teacher, speaker, and author known for inspiring and positively impacting the lives of his students and readers. His system guides us to live a meaningful life and includes a philosophy for living, self-inquiry, breath-work, yoga postures, and meditation. … Google Books

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The Science of Longevity by Dr Peter Attia

Another topic from Dr Chatterjee The Science of Longevity by Dr Peter AttiaHealthspan matters more than lifespan By Dr Chatterjee, No one would argue that smoking is a killer. And no doctor would wait until a patient was showing early signs of cancer or heart disease before advising them to

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World Tai Chi & Qigong Day 2023

World Tai Chi & Qigong SummitWorld Tai Chi & Qigong Summit (worldtaichiqigongsummit.com) Saturday, April 29, 2023 5:00 PM BST Empowering YOU to Live a Healthier & Happier Life Click on Our Presenters to Learn More   Meet the Creators of this Event Lama Tantrapa Lama Tantrapa is the producer and

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The power of vulnerability

The power of vulnerability By Brené Brown Brené Brown studies human connection — our ability to empathize, belong, love. In a poignant, funny talk, she shares a deep insight from her research, one that sent her on a personal quest to know herself as well as to understand humanity.  Within

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Awe by Dr Dacher Keltner

Happiness Expert REVEALS The Common Habits DECREASING Your Lifespan! When was the last time you felt awe? Perhaps It’s an emotion you notice often, evoked by the trees, clouds, or people around you. Or maybe it’s something you associate with more dramatic, less frequent experiences. Dr Dacher Keltner, has written

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Tai Chi Breath Work Set No.15

Tai Chi Breathing Set 15 The Edge of the Cyclone A daily practice of the Lee style Tai Chi open hand form set 15 “The Edge of the Cyclone”, by connecting with the breath. When me stand on the edge, we are unaware, we do not know or understand ourselves.

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Tai Chi Breath Work Set 14

A daily practice of the Lee style Tai Chi open hand form set 14 “Brush Knee Side Step”, by connecting with the breath. This is the second time we do brush knee and sidestep; we need a reminding how important this lesson is in life. Brush away the old and

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