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“After I’ve lost 20 pounds, I’ll be happy with who I am.”

Ramblings, thoughts, and loving contemplations.<p>We respect Rachel (@yoga_girl on Instagram) because, as you’ll see below, she preaches pretty much the …

Let Go of Attachment: You Can Be Happy Even if Things Change

<b>“Letting go gives us freedom and freedom is the only condition for happiness.” ~Thich Nhat Hanh</b><p>A wise old soul once told me that I needed to practice …

Positive Thinking

Different Types of Yoga: Do You Know Your Ashtanga from Your Vinyasa?

Downward-Facing Dog<p>Yoga is a fantastic form of exercise for strengthening the whole body, improving flexibility, and freeing the mind from …

Disliking Someone = Disliking Yourself?

When we don’t like someone the feeling sticks to us like glue.<p>We get hooked, thoughts of the person come thick and fast, feelings of dislike, …

Humanity Is Transforming And Changing: The Great Awakening

The planet is going through a mass transformation. There are many aspects to this transformation, and in the end one must come to realize the basic …

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Sorry, that content is not yet available.<p>We are working hard to move nearly 15 years of media content to the new Integral Life website, so the piece …

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Meditation In Action: Why You Should Be More Mindful In Relationships (PHOTOS)

<i>By Headspace</i><p>Mindfulness will undoubtedly help you get some headspace and make a difference in your life. But there’s another good reason for training the mind. Whether we like it or not, we share the world in which we live with other people and, unless we want to live as a solitary yogi or hermit …

Body Acceptance & The 8 Limbs of Yoga: Dhyana

<i>Our series continues! See the first five posts in this series here: Yamas, Niyamas, Asana, Pranayama, Pratyahara & Dharana.</i><p>Oh, goodness — I had so …

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