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Daily Meditation can Improve your Life
Meditation is a practice in which an individual trains the mind or induces a mode of consciousness. . Maximum output with some simple thoughts...
Lightening the Load
In a stressed state, it is easy to lose touch with inner peace, compassion and kindness; in a relaxed state, your mind is clear and you can connect with a deeper sense of purpose and altruism. Meditation and medication are derived from the Latin word medicus, to care or to cure. A time of quiet calmness is, therefore, the most effective remedy for a busy and overworked mind. Anytime you feel stress rising, heart closing, mind going into overwhelm, just bring your focus to your breathing and quietly repeat with each in- and out-breath: Breathing in, I calm the body and mind; breathing out, I smile.


Do it together
Commit for the long haul
Appreciating Appreciation
Awakening Forgiveness
Makes You a Master of Time
Read a book on meditation
Gives You a Glimpse of Infinity
Generate moments of awareness during the day
Being Aware
time to practice
Start with the breath
Make it a formal practice
Letting Go of Me
Meditate early in the morning
Heals and Harmonizes
Use a candle
Heal your relationships
Living With Kindness
Improves Communication Skills
Make sure you will not be disturbed

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    Tuna is a large and oily fish, providing high amounts of vitamin D and omega-3 fatty acids, as well as selenium, niacin, and vitamins B1 and B6. It is an excellent source of protein and is relatively low in calories.
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