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The S.M.I.L.E. Model That Connects Happiness and Health

Is there anything more contagious than…laughter? Yet, it’s been observed that toddlers laugh more than 300 times a day, while the average adult only laughs a handful of times each day. What’s happened to our sense of humor? Has the anger industry, the media, for decades stirring the worst news …

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Become a resilient warrior!

What are the factors that make life seem to ‘work’ for you? And even more importantly, how can you make those factors come together as often as possible? On the other side of the coin, what aspects make you feel overwhelmed, always tired, de-motivated and depressed? The obvious goal is to …

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Words, judgments and heart: the tripod to happiness

Over the years, I’ve noticed that there two categories of people: those who like to complicate matters and those that prefer to simplify them. I’m a simplifier. While I was earning my Ph.D. at the University of Pennsylvania, I was the student who everyone would look to for making simple sense of what …

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Yoga Practice: Your Roadmap To Perfect Balance

Yoga is growing in popularity in the west as practitioners and yoga students are finding this age old practice does wonders for reducing stress and toning the body. You may greatly enjoy what author, Rajgopal has to share from the perspective of a native from India. History of Yoga Yoga, …

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How can you keep your brain young?

Memory Bible by Gary Small Bookcover

It’s a common perception that the older one gets, the less capable his or her memory is. This doesn’t necessarily have to be the trend, says Dr. Gary Small. With a proactive approach to brain health, including a healthy diet and regular “brain teaser” exercises, the effects of ageing on …

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Combat Stress with Ayurveda Guidance

Woman Feeling Stress

In these modern times, it is apparent that our lives are more like machines: with loads and loads of work, stress, and discontent. The unequaled spirit of cutthroat competition is the sole reason for physical as well as emotional stress. Be it from studies or a job, business or relationships, everywhere …

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