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The Christmas Black and Blues

It is that time again; the winter solstice is here. The word “solstice” is derived from the Latin for “sun standing still.” This solstice, a pagan precursor to Christmas and other seasonal holy days, denotes the return of the light and a decline in the darkness. And for most of us, that return of the […]

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10 everyday ways we can help to prevent suicide

Suicide is a global epidemic. We are all connected. What can we do to make a difference? Here are 10 ways to tip the scales in a more favorable direction. Our every action, intention, and belief counts. Be neighborly and reach out to decrease loneliness and isolation. Become the anti-bully. Become tolerant of others. Don’t […]

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Solstice blessings

The winter solstice is a day of culmination; it’s a pinnacle point. It’s the shortest day and the longest night of the year. The solstice has been honored throughout the millennia as a time of alignment of energies and honoring of the light. The light speaks of energetic attunement, focus, refinement, discernment, making choices, setting intentions, course […]

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The “Holy Yes” and the “Hell No” method

This world of ours is fast-paced and challenging. Time is elusive; personal energies fluctuate, and a healthy sense of self can get battered in the mix. Needless to say, we want to be happy, feel less stressed, have more satisfying relationships, get in better shape, have more adventures, feel better about ourselves, and not be […]

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