Body, Breath, Mind, Memory, Intellect, Ego and Self

We exist on seven levels. These are the Body, Breath, Mind, Memory, Intellect, Ego and Self. We usually club the mind, memory and intellect into one unit and call it the ‘mind’. For many people, ‘studying’ seems to be a function of just this ‘mind’ (the mind-memory-intellect combo). They are …

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The City Is A Glittering Sprawl Of Celebrities

In Los Angeles, MapQuest is undoubtedly one of the most useless technologies for predicting the actual time it takes to get anywhere. Mileage means nothing in this city of glittering sprawl. This was the sad reality I was facing as, while driving, I frantically e-mailed Stan Rosenfield’s assistant to …

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Taking Notes On the Floor

One day during one of my early Devil Wears Prada jobs, my boss marched me from the office to a ‘meeting’. I was told to make sure I had a piece of paper and a pencil, nothing more. We were actually headed to my boss’s hair appointment at a …

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Foods To Balance Your Heart Chakra

The heart chakra is associated with the color green. The heart chakra bridges earthly and spiritual connections together. Since it connects the three lower chakras to the upper three chakras placing the heart in the middle. Air is the element associated with the heart chakra. This integrates love, compassion, empathy …

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Why You Should Never Eat Processed Foods

Processed foods are the lowest vibrationally food you can eat. Palm oil is added to a lot of foods to have a long shelf life, but it is high in trans-fat.

Shortening clogs your arteries, causes obesity, and increases your risk of metabolic syndrome. It is an evil trans-fat. Instead …

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Small Business Owners

Foreign exchange risk also affects anyone who conducts international business or trading activity, including small businesses and financial officers of medium- to large-sized companies. Buying or selling goods or services denominated in foreign currencies can immediately expose a company to foreign exchange risk.Are steel buildings more environmentally friendly?

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An Animals Paw

Have you ever raised an animal’s paw to another member of your own species, to pretend it was waving hello? Thomas Gainsborough painted the mild-looking 3rd Duke of Buccleuch doing exactly that in waggling his dog’s paw in greeting to the artist (one dog-man to another) as he …

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Choosing the Right Camping Stove

When fires aren’t an option for heating water or cooking food, it’s important to have a camp stove or backpacking stove handy. Even when fires are permitted, a stove should always be packed as backup. Choosing the right model of stove for your purposes can be the tricky …

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Teaching Children Emotions

Parents play a major role in how and how much a child’s anxiety is expressed, yet often without guidelines or tools. Society expects us parents to teach our children positive behavior, but when do we learn about socializing their emotions? If our kids misbehave or can’t sit still …

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Reading Comprehension

Reading comprehension means understanding and deriving meaning from what you have read. It is the ability to process text, understand its meaning, and to integrate with what the reader already knows. Using a variety of strategies can help you improve your comprehension and make reading more interesting and more fun …

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