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Xmas Corrals - Part II

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Xmas Corrals - Part II

Coke didn't give Santa his legendary red & white outfit. Santa got them from a psychedelic fungus from the Arctic. Coke simply copied one of the most successful brand colours of all time.  

To understand the rest of this myth, you might need some mushrooms yourself...

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Xmas Corrals - part I

Xmas Corrals - part I

Ever wondered what reindeer and xmas trees are doing in a story about a child born in the desert ?
A historical version of the Xmas story sorts it out, and a 10,000 year astronomical view that explains why being born on Dec 25th, and resurrected after 3 days of death, didn't start with Jesus !

Priority One

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Priority One

How can we love others if we don't really love ourselves ?

How can we empathise with others, if we cannot empathise with ourselves ?

Treat yourself as you would like others to treat you.

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The Consequence of Change

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The Consequence of Change

When we release suppressed emotions, our body, our friends, and our lives improve.

We gain the possibility of mastery over our reactions.

And the free flow of emotions that are current, rather than historical.

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Resting the Stress

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Resting the Stress

Yoga, forests, singing and sport - the ancient, common thread of stress management in them all.

Spot why they all work, and shortcuts become available from this knowledge. But knowledge is not enough. The key is in the practice...

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Expressed Daily

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Expressed Daily

Newspaper headlines are deliberately enticing and sensational - their objective is to sell, not to inform.
Is Diabetes really about to be cured by science, coffee, chocolate, fruit, or dairy ?
The best thing you can drop from your diet is daily exposure to someone else's choice of negativity.

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Xmas Corrals - Part II

Xmas Corrals - Part II

Coke didn't give Santa his legendary red & white outfit. Santa got them from a psychedelic fungus from the Arctic. Coke simply copied one of the most successful brand colours of all time.  

To understand the rest of this myth, you might need some mushrooms yourself...

Xmas Corrals - part I

Xmas Corrals - part I

Ever wondered what reindeer and xmas trees are doing in a story about a child born in the desert ?
A historical version of the Xmas story sorts it out, and a 10,000 year astronomical view that explains why being born on Dec 25th, and resurrected after 3 days of death, didn't start with Jesus !

Start your day right

Start your day right

We know that stress hinders digestion and happiness, so here's a tool to assist in that struggle.

Finding emotional stability everyday can be difficult. So how about starting the day with that intention at least.
 

Fasting is great for the brain

Fasting is great for the brain

Top neuroscientist explains why fasting is better for the brain than eating.
Whether you do it once a year or once a week, the benefits for your body and mind are finally being validated by science.

Letting go of the year

Letting go of the year

What we can look forward to in the winter months.
A tree doesn't hold onto its leaves.

Time to rest, recharge and reflect - to give us the energy to plant our dreams in the coming year.