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Healthy Power of Human Relationships

A deep and beautiful talk on the healing, fulfilling, and transformative power of authentic human connections.

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Chillin Spark the Flame - Short Vlog Using The Brain

Spark the Flame – Guided Meditation 2

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Chillin Spark the Flame - Short Vlog Using The Brain

Spark the Flame – Guided Meditation 1

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Spark the Flame - Short Vlog Using The Brain

Spark the Flame Vlog 7 – How to meditate…for beginners

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Enjoy the Present Now

If you are not enjoying the Present Now,

it will be harder to enjoy the Present if and when you get what you want…

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“Though we travel the world to find the beautiful, we must carry it with us or we find it not.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson

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It’s About Befriending Who We Already Are

“Meditation practice is not about trying to throw ourselves away and become something better. It’s about befriending who we already are.”

-Pema Chodron

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Be Easygoing. Smile :) Enjoy Yourself

Be easygoing.

Smile 🙂

Enjoy yourself.

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Happy Thanks Giving!!!

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“This young woman knew that she would die in the next few days. But when I talked to her she was cheerful in spite of this knowledge. ‘I am grateful that fate has hit me so hard,’ she told me. ‘In my former life I was spoiled and did not take spiritual accomplishments seriously.’ Pointing through the window of the hut, she said, ‘This tree here is the only friend I have in my loneliness.’ Through that window she could see just one branch of a chestnut tree, and on the branch were two blossoms. ‘I often talk to this tree,’ she said to me. I was startled and didn’t quite know how to take her words. Was she delirious? Did she have occasional hallucinations? Anxiously I asked her if the tree replied. ‘Yes.’ What did it say to her? She answered, ‘It said to me, “I am here–I am here–I am life, eternal life.” ‘ ”

-Viktor E. Frankl Man’s Search for Meaning