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Last week half a dozen people, all women as it happens, met in a beautiful setting overlooking the Firth of Forth in order to support one another in the practice of mindfulness , a practice many people feel intimidated by, but is as simple as giving our concentration to our in breath and our out breath; each breath as it comes. In giving our full attention to our breath we also practice letting go of the stories our minds engage in. At its most basic, this is a practice that gives our minds and bodies rest.
One theme that often occurs when people first decide to practice mindfulness is the need for respite from anxiety. We have many circumstances in our lives where anxiety arises, and it’s very easy to get caught up in the story lines anxiety brings – we’ve all done it.
Last year I did an online…
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very good blog
After the age of 60 one may experience many types of illnesses!
But the one I am most worried about is Alzheimer’s…
Not only would I not be able to look after myself, but it would cause a lot of inconvenience to family members…
One day, my daughter Hetal came home and told me that a doctor friend has taught her an exercise using the tongue.
The tongue exercise is effective to reduce the onset of Alzheimer’s and is also useful to reduce / improve
*1* Body weight
*3* Blood-Clot in Brain
*6* Ear buzzing
*7* Throat infection
*8* Shoulder / Neck infection
The moves are very simple and easy to learn…
Each morning, when you wash your face, in front of a mirror,
do the exercise as below:
*stretch out your tongue and…
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This writing has greatly impacted our lives as well as those we encourage.
“He shall sit as a refiner and purifier of silver.” Malachi 3:3
Our Father, who seeks to perfect His children in holiness, knows the value of the refiner’s fire. It is with the most precious metals that the refiner takes the most pains, and subjects them to the hot fire, because such fires melt the metal, and only the molten metal releases it’s impurities and takes perfectly its new form in the mold. The old refiner never leaves his crucible, but sits down by it, lest there should be one excessive degree of heat to mar the metal. But as soon as he skims from the surface the last of the impurities, and sees his own face reflected, he puts out the fire.
“He sat by a fire of seven-fold heat,
As He watched by the…
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