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Simple wisdom for complex lives.
Simple wisdom for complex lives.

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There are three things that cause cravings for unhealthy food, and only one of them pertains to your emotions. Once you understand the causes, it's much easier to take back control.
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"Sometimes things make sense and then they don’t make sense again. It’s a spiral. We circle around to similar lessons, feelings, and challenges, but we experience them at different levels of awareness. And we keep hitting the same challenges until we learn the lessons we need to in order to let go and grow." ~Laura Volpacchio
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"Everyone is on their own path, and we all do what’s right for ourselves, in our own time." ~Sara Fabian
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You can practice mindfulness at any time to feel less stressed and anxious and more present and peaceful. It's the simplest way to calm your mind and boost your health and happiness.
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We can't stop negative thoughts from popping into our head, but we can learn to recognize and challenge thinking patterns that frequently pull us down. We don't need to let our minds bully us into a constant state of stress and sadness.
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Feel it, heal it, let it go. The only way out is through...
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“I grew up believing that our worth is defined by our achievements, our usefulness to others and society. That we are inherently worthless but can earn worthiness by gaining qualifications, wealth, popularity, and success. And that we are only deserving of love and friendship if we sacrifice ourselves to please others. But I was wrong because the truth is that we are worth personified. Worth isn’t the result of our actions, accomplishments, and possessions; it isn’t increased by self-sacrifice. It is the essence of our being, the foundation of our existence. And it is our task to remember. To let go of our society’s misunderstanding and wake up to the exquisite value and deservedness that is inherent to all of us. To realize our infinite worth that does not depend on any outside factors. We are worth. And as long as we treat others with respect and kindness we will always be good enough to deserve their love—without sacrificing our happiness, damaging our bodies, and betraying our values.” ~Berni Sewell
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