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Happy Easter everyone! Wishing you beautiful colors of life, sweetness and never-ending fascination with small things that make up life! #easterbunny  
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Happy Easter to you too my dear friend +Simona Rich . Enjoy the with near and dear one. Thank you .
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Rooted in Self or Totally Lost? Sometimes It’s Hard to Tell

There are two states of being that people tend to confuse. These are finding yourself, and losing yourself.

Most people who think they found themselves actually got further from who they really are. They surrendered their power to a cause, philosophy or religion that’s external, and thus disempowering and damaging in the long run.

They feel strong because of this external clutch, but what happens when this seemingly permanent power crumbles? They instantly become weak and personal crisis starts. Most would be in search for another clutch in no time. Read more: http://simonarich.com/rooted-in-self-or-lost

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Im rooted to the beach where i lose myself to peace within. Thats my sanctuary. No matter how old....the ocean calls....:-) 
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I took some beautiful things from India and Nepal with me to London. They will be available for sale during the Gayatri Mantra Chant evening! 

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artistic and spiritual
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Beautiful blossoming trees in Regent's Park! #london  
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People Who Need Help Most and How to Get It

Although people who complain about their lives a lot and display their emotional outbursts look like they’re in need of most help, there’s another category that’s more in need of support.

Complaining people and those who show their negative emotions, already took the step of showing that they need help, and so are more open to receiving it than the category I’m going to describe next.

Those who don’t show in any way that they need help but inside are falling apart, are the real victims.

Read more: http://simonarich.com/people-who-need-help-most 

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tired due to eye problem
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Happy Easter everyone! Wishing you beautiful colors of life, sweetness and never-ending fascination with small things that make up life! #easterbunny  
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Watch my new video about Mistaken Self Confidence and How to Find your Inner Self.
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Awesome hope those fragile ego people will listen to this wonderful lesson
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What You Should Know About Drinking Water

By drinking hard tap water people clog their bodies with inorganic minerals that can’t be utilized by the body.

These inorganic minerals cause body calcification. Hard water calcifies pineal gland also, if fluoride is there.

Think about what happens to metal pipes when hard water always goes through them. It leaves limescale stains that are very hard to remove.

Something similar happens with inorganic minerals that stay in our bodies. They become hard-to-remove sediment.

But we need minerals, some may object. Yes we do, but organic ones.

Read more: http://simonarich.com/drinking-tap-spring-distilled-water

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Ariane, I kind of agree, there appears to be a lack of respect for our environment. There is also a lot of good happening too, but you never here about that in the news because it doesn't sell
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My Not-So-Successful 36-Hour Fast

I recently started reading interesting works of often misunderstood Edmund Shaftesbury (real name Webster Edgerly), a health and success teacher of the past.

Many of his teachings resonated with me, especially about the benefits of distilled water and always keeping posture straight for cosmic energy to always supply you abundantly.

There was a fast he recommended (in his book released in 1920) which seemed very different from nowadays teachings of health experts.

Read more: http://simonarich.com/not-so-successful-36-fast

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Next week I have 2 personal evaluation slots available. 

To get my personal evaluation, book your place now: http://simonarich.com/personal-evaluation
Sometimes it's very hard to see how you appear to others. It's also hard to sometimes be aware of your negative character traits, and why upsetting events keep happening to you. Some people go abou...
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+Brandon Spellen, you can book the evaluation here: http://simonarich.com/personal-evaluation 
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Very interesting items; from £4 jacket to a £300 one. Most clothes are around £50. 90% of them looked like new, some really were. Some really interesting clothing items are there, and some great shoes. Staff was non-intrusive and polite.
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When I lived near St. Albans, this was one of my favorite chocolate shops! I loved all the different varieties of chocolates, and unusual ingredients such as chilly. I always received great service, and chocolates always tasted great! Now I no longer eat sugar (absolutely no white sugar, occasionally raw cane sugar), nor do I live nearby, so I don't visit this shop anymore.
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How interesting, the previous reviewer found that the staff was aloof, yet for me it seemed quite the contrary! I had to even on a few occasions tell that I was fine selecting stuff on my own! I love their "living room" where they have skincare items displayed, as well as organic food. Organic food section is my favorite one, and you can get all kinds of grains and spices that were organically grown. The quality of clothing and betting materials is high, some decorative items are truly beautiful and unique. They have a great lingerie section too, one of the best in South India I would dare to say. Other items that were interesting were notebooks, books and stationery.
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Such a beautiful community feeling, with a lively market stalls selling all kinds of (mainly old) things like jewerly, handmade clothes, tableware, coins. The church is beautiful, and they have events going on there too.
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Lovely quality items, I especially liked the Spanish cafe, but now it changed (the cafe, I mean). I think it's under new management.
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A wide selection of organic produce, but would love to see more local food items, as many of them are imported, thus not that "raw". Also, the prices of goods that are also widely available in other stores are much higher, but I guess you have the convenience of getting all your organic goods in one place.
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Gorgeous and peaceful place; Lovely resort. I had a view of the jungle. Food is good. The bathtub plug wasn't properly fitting, so the bath water was being sucked out. Also I think only warm water was available, couldn't make it too hot, but it's Goa, so you don't really need it!
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