ARTICLES

Six Ancient Practices for Daily Rejuvenation

Growing up as an athlete with a single pointed focus of reaching the Olympics, I became fascinated with different daily practices that helped me get centered, connected and ready to perform at my very best. In the sport of Freestyle Skiing, where an entire season of...

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Wu Wei: The Ancient Art of Non-Doing

“Nature does not hurry, yet everything is accomplished.” – Lao Tzu A few mornings ago the surf was rising, so I drove down to one of my favorite spots at sunrise with the vision of catching some sweet waves before the world woke up and the water got crowded....

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Four ways to Reprogram your Subconscious Mind

Recently my 16-year-old son bought a bunch of new music on i-tunes and because we share the same account, all of his new music ended up automatically downloading onto my phone. Next day when I jumped into the car and hit play, instead of acoustic surf grooves I got...

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Ikigai: Finding your Reason for Being

When asked what is the single most powerful contributing factor to one’s health and vitality, integrative medical doctor Oscar Serrallach answered without hesitation: having a sense of purpose. Serrallach went on to describe that while some of his patients have...

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A Step by Step Guide to Managing your Energy

Almost every culture has a word for the unseen energy that breathes life into form. Chinese culture calls this energy qì (or ch’i), Japanese call it ki. What is referred to as prana by Indians, is mana to Hawaiians, lüng in Tibetan Buddhism, ruah in Hebrew and...

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The 4 Stages of Spiritual Growth

Einstein has a well-shared quote in our modern day which says, “we cannot solve a problem with the same level of consciousness that created it.” This is a powerful realisation for humanity to embrace as we explore pathways to regenerate the vitality of our living...

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What are the Six Basic Human Needs?

Every day we make decisions and take actions in our life based on what we think, feel and believe is most important. While we may not always be consciously aware of why we make the decisions that we do, the truth is that each of us have our own unique filters of...

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Real Change comes from the Inside Out

If you want to know what your thoughts were yesterday, look at your body today. If you want to know what your body will look like tomorrow, look at your thoughts today. – Native American saying I have always been fascinated with the intrinsic link between our...

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The Importance of Dreaming Big

The greatest danger for most of us is not that our aim is too high and we miss it, but that it is too low and we reach it. – Michelangelo We all know the feeling of having an inspired dream or going beyond what we once thought possible in some area of our life....

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Moving From Stress to Creative Power

We all have moments when we feel like we are completely in the flow. Like the Universe is guiding our every step and synchronicities and miracles abound. Some say this is our most natural state and how life should always be. I love that vision… and sometimes, in my...

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How to Change Our Self-Limiting Programs

Simple point. I have two guitars that are tuned the same. If I pluck the A string on guitar #1, the A note on guitar #2 vibrates. Why? It’s the same vibration. Harmonic resonance. Constructive interference. I pluck the string on this guitar, but I activate the string...

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How to Take the First Step Towards Your Calling

“Take the first step in faith. You don’t have to see the whole staircase, just take the first step.” – Martin Luther King, Jr. In the ancient story form of the Hero’s Journey, there is a moment early on where the hero must answer a “Call” and take bold...

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