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The 21st Century Mystic

Jun 21, 2017
Mystical Mind

What exactly does it mean to have a mystical mind or to live a mystical life? Many people believe this has to do with special abilities, such as seeing auras, remembering past lives, astral projecting, etc., but this is actually a very shallow interpretation. If anything, I would say that simply gaining/learning these kinds of talents can actually hinder real spiritual growth. One thing I do know for a fact is that the vast majority of those who have these kinds of abilities, are no happier, no more connected and certainly no nicer than those who don’t. So what’s the ...

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The Fast Track to Fitness and Health

Jun 10, 2017
Fit and Healthy

How many years has it been now, since the arrival of warmer weather has inspired you to renew your commitment to get fit and healthy? Surely it should be easier now that the weather is nice and you can get outside. Think of all the walking, biking, hiking, running and/or sports you can do. It can’t even feel like exercise if you are having fun, so getting fit and trim should be easy . . . no? There has been a recent surge of interest in the InnerTalk programs related to fitness so I would like to share some of ...

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The Gratitude Cycle

Jun 07, 2017

I believe there is a cycle to gratitude—the more gratitude you express, the more you find you have to be grateful for. There are also significant, scientifically demonstrated benefits to living in gratitude. Scientifically Proven Benefits of Gratitude According to an article written for Forbes Magazine by Amy Morin: Gratitude opens the door to more relationships. Gratitude improves physical health. Gratitude improves psychological health. Gratitude enhances empathy and reduces aggression. Grateful people sleep better. Gratitude improves self-esteem. Gratitude increases mental strength.1 I also know, from personal experience, how healing it can be to hear words of gratitude, and how receiving ...

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Bout of the Blues?

May 23, 2017
Eliminate Negativity

Feeling blue? I am not sure if it is a good thing or a bad thing, but our latest sales reports show a significant increase in the number of Up from Depression programs being sold in the last month so I wanted to talk to you about this. A Time and a Place for Self-Help As depression is such a serious subject, I do of course have to remind you that InnerTalk programs are never a replacement for professional health care. If you have a serious medical or emotional issue, please do consult your doctor first. That said, there are ...

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Get Your Personal Space Under Control

May 19, 2017
Well Organized Sanctuary

I know this can sound like a real ‘First-World’ problem, but do you ever get upset by the amount of ‘stuff’ you have? Do you ever wonder if your ‘stuff’ has ‘stuff babies’ just to frustrate you? I have to confess that I do sometimes—and sometimes I have to be really ruthless about throwing stuff out. But for some people, this can be a real problem! Freedom from Hoarding There was a time I really believed that we had more than enough InnerTalk programs—I mean, with around 300 titles ranging from health and wellness to learning, and spirituality to sports ...

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Eliminate Worry with Real Solutions

May 15, 2017
Worry Less

While I am not a huge fan of astrology, there are a number of Aries’ traits that I definitely have and some of these were even more obvious when I was younger. I could be very passionate about whatever issue I thought was important, quick to anger, and eager for action. When I saw something that I thought was wrong, it would eat away at me and I could therefore spend a great deal of time worrying. Lessons from Faith In my late teens, I went through a religious phase. I was brought up a Sikh and when I was ...

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