Monthly Archives: July 2012

relationships part 5 – compromise issues

Relationships are challenging because they always ask something of us – in particular, close personal relationships. They make demands of us in so many ways – our time, our energy, our attention, our resources. Ultimately they demand that we surrender … Continue reading

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there’s no such thing as a stressful situation

There is a lot of misunderstanding regarding what causes us to get stressed. In my latest article on MindBodyGreen, I explain how it is not the stressor that causes us to take stress on board. Instead we need to look … Continue reading

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feeling the fear everywhere

As I sit here writing, I have a stash of articles beside me that I have been pulling from magazines and newspapers over recent weeks. They are all to do with what one friend calls the current ‘buzz word of … Continue reading

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a new declaration for the 5th of July

Yesterday in the U.S. was a holiday to mark the Declaration of Independence – the 4th of July. As I watched the beautiful fireworks over the Hudson River in Manhatten, a few words came to me that I’d like to … Continue reading

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7 Ayurvedic tips to keep cool this summer

In Ayurveda, the ancient science of natural health and wellbeing, the summer months are known as the time of pitta. Pitta is the balancing agent of nature that is dominated by the fire and water elements and therefore the qualities … Continue reading

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