Tag: #meditation

Balancing Work and “The Rest”: The Importance of Self-Care

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Guest Feature: Benjamin Smith from BestCompany.com   Have you ever had a massage? Some men may feel that they are too manly to go and get a massage. Many others may feel that it is too expensive and that they could spend their money better in other areas. To be honest, these are very common … Read More

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Springtime Mindful Moment in Honor of National Meditation Month

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If you are like most people, by the end of winter, you’re feeling a bit run down. To combat this sluggish feeling, keep in mind that change is right around the corner. All around you, nature is on the verge of transformation. Winter’s slow, dormant energy is transforming into springtime’s lively and energetic riot of … Read More

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Exhale’s Floating Meditation with Restorative Poses…equals Total Transformation

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National Meditation Month

Everything you want to know about Exhale’s Floating Meditation, straight from the creator, Elisabeth Halfpapp. Plus, a special Meditation Month offer at the bottom of this post!   A weightless surrendering to yourself as you tune out and float effortlessly in a 30-minute guided meditation with your body being held and supported in a silk hammock. … Read More

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4 ANYTIME MEDITATIONS

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By: Dr. Robert MacDonald, National Director of Healing 1. SIMPLE MEDITATION Use this quick mindfulness technique to help focus (or refocus), and notice how your energy shifts towards empowered positivity. Take ten seconds to close your eyes. Inhale and exhale. Visualize a color (or a mantra of your choice) – picture it in your mind’s … Read More

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THE EXHALE SLEEP MEDITATION

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We’ve all heard it a million times: getting enough sleep helps you lose weight, manage stress, and combats the big bad guys like heart disease and depression. But it’s not always easy to get some solid shut-eye — that’s why we’re hoping this bedtime meditation from our resident mindfulness expert, Robert MacDonald, will do the … Read More

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