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Open Your Heart via the Chopra Center’s Awaken to Happiness Series

Open Your Heart via the Chopra Center’s Awaken to Happiness Series

This week’s Chopra Center series begins with bringing awareness to all the choices we make on a daily, hourly basis.  Researchers have found that while eating your favorite meal, enjoying a glass of wine, going shopping , etc. can increase our happiness, it only lasts for a […]

Discover Authentic Self-Esteem via the Chopra Center’s Awaken to Happiness Series

Discover Authentic Self-Esteem via the Chopra Center’s Awaken to Happiness Series

As has been my great fortune since trying to find how to stay living in the moment, this week’s Chopra Center teaching comes to me at the most opportune time.   😀   Since becoming recently single, I’ve had my moments of wallowing in a […]

Ayurveda Says I’m Kapha, What Are You?

Ayurveda Says I’m Kapha, What Are You?

If you’ve seen my resent posts, I’ve not only begun this year by trying to bring my mind and spirit closer to my true self, but I have also embarked on learning about how Ayurveda can help balance our eating habits and get us closer to reaching our ideal weight, which I learned about in January’s Chopra Center Newsletter. In reading through the article, I took the Chopra Center’s Dosha Quiz. 
Using Ayurveda to Reach Our Ideal Weight

Using Ayurveda to Reach Our Ideal Weight

I first heard about Ayurveda when I was speaking to some co-workers from India during a Celebration of Staff Diversity event at work.  They explained that Ayurveda was a healing process used in India based on massage.  I was already sold once I heard massage, but […]

Time to Focus on the Body

Time to Focus on the Body

Now that I’ve begun getting my mind and spirit functioning with my true self in mind, I decided it was time to again start working on trying to get my body back to its true/ideal weight. 😉 Thankfully finding my true self has quietly brought […]

Starting to See the Light

Starting to See the Light

Who knew birthdays could be this hard?  I never thought it would happen to me, but I must confess, that I found myself in a dark space after celebrating my birthday this October.  A lot of it stemmed from dealing with the realization another year has come and gone and I’m still single, wanting a baby, with no prospects. (The never ending story when it comes to women in their 30’s.)  Couple that wi