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Yoga Home Practice Routine Free Download

Yoga Home Practice Routine Free Download | Noticias | Scoop.it

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Johann Kotze Music & Yoga's curator insight, June 25, 2013 1:49 AM

A Yoga Home Practice Routine is vital to develop a sustainable and expanding yoga well-being goal. In addition to class attendance, any serious yoga student, no matter his or her level, has to develop at least a little regular practice at home, gym, or as part lifestyle exercise such as walking or surfing.

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We need to put ourselves into perspective, by Ajahn Sumedho

“ Existence is something that can strengthen us, rather than weaken us. We need to put ourselves into perspective; we need to see ourselves in terms of the mass as well as in terms of the individual....”
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Nora Tejeda's curator insight, July 7, 2014 6:56 PM

I loved this article. It is about embracing life and all of its conditions, I particularly liked the following extract: "There is no suppression or rejection of anything felt, there is no identifying, commenting, or making judgements on a personal level. One accepts — does not necessarily approve — but accepts the way one is feeling. And in that perspective, the spiritual path is developed."

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Les 8 grands principes taoïstes

Les 8 grands principes taoïstes | Noticias | Scoop.it
“ Vous trouverez ici un récapitulatif des 8 articles sur les principes taoïstes de base. Bonne lecture ! 1er principe : L’alignement L’alignement corporel Ma colonne vertébrale doit toujours être droite : Cela changera mon état d’esprit. 1ère étape : J’observe ma posture et j’expérimente Comment je me tiens physiquement ? Lorsque je m’adresse à quelqu’un ? Quand je roule en … Continuer la lecture de Les 8 grands principes taoïstes →”
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Black Cumin Seed: The Ancient Remedy for All Diseases

Black Cumin Seed: The Ancient Remedy for All Diseases | Noticias | Scoop.it
“ Nigella sativa seeds have very little aroma but are carminative, meaning they tend to aid digestion and relieve gases in the stomach and intestines. They aid peristalsis and elimination. The essential oil of black cumin is antimicrobial and help to rid the intestines of worms.”

Nigella sativa is one the most revered medicinal seeds in history.

The best seeds come from Egypt where they grow under almost perfect conditions in oases where they are watered until the seed pods form. Black cumin seeds were found in the tomb of Tutankhamun. Though black cumin seeds are mentioned in the Bible as well as in the words of the Prophet Mohammed, they were not carefully researched until about forty years ago. Since this time, more than 200 studies have been conducted in universities.


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One Of The World's Top Aging Researchers Has A Pill To Keep You Feeling Young

One Of The World's Top Aging Researchers Has A Pill To Keep You Feeling Young | Noticias | Scoop.it
“ Say someone came up to you selling a dietary supplement—a pill that you take once a day—that could boost your energy, improve your body’s ability to repair its DNA, and keep you healthier as you get older. It might sound like a scam, or more likely just another in a sea of confusing, undifferentiated claims that make up the $20 billion dollar supplement industry. But let’s say that someone is MIT’s Lenny Guarente, one of the world’s leading scientists in the field of aging research. And he’s being advised by five Nobel Prize winners and two dozen other top researchers in their fields. You might pay a little more attention.”
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Yoga can keep seniors flexible, vigorous

Yoga can keep seniors flexible, vigorous | Noticias | Scoop.it
“Kristi McDaniel attended her first yoga class in 1999 to lose some weight and get into better shape.”
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Mindfulness, Gratitude & Appreciation=Thankfulness

Mindfulness, Gratitude & Appreciation=Thankfulness | Noticias | Scoop.it
From Ozzie Gontang:Laura Fine taught me what it means to have an Attitude of Gratitude. Appreciation has been shared by so many patients who have been part of the Healing Hearts and Lifestyle Change Program at Scripps Center for Integrative Medicine. These gifts have been shared so deeply by my family and friends over the years. Today I am mindful of the love of my family as Kip and I visit Erin & John, Allison & Takaki this Thanksgiving here in Boston.
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Dennis T OConnor's curator insight, November 27, 2014 2:09 PM

Thank you Ozzie for mindful reminder on this national day of Thanksgiving! 


My heart has been healed.

My lifestyle has changed.

I am thankful for all that you do.


~ Dennis

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Why Harvard Says Practicing Mindfulness Is A Must For Business Leaders

Why Harvard Says Practicing Mindfulness Is A Must For Business Leaders | Noticias | Scoop.it
“ Is practicing mindfulness an imperative for business leaders? According to a recent article from Harvard Business Review it is! The science tells us why.”
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Morgan Dix's curator insight, January 25, 2015 4:15 PM

According to the authors: “Mindfulness should no longer be considered a “nice-to-have” for executives. It’s a “must-have”: a way to keep our brains healthy, to support self-regulation and effective decision-making capabilities, and to protect ourselves from toxic stress."

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203 Good Habits – THE Ultimate List to Live a Better Life

203 Good Habits – THE Ultimate List to Live a Better Life | Noticias | Scoop.it
“ As you know, I’m working hard to develop many good habits in my life. That’s why I’ve compiled this list of the top 203 good habits for your inspirat”
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Buddhist Economics: How to Stop Prioritizing Goods Over People and Consumption Over Creative Activity

Buddhist Economics: How to Stop Prioritizing Goods Over People and Consumption Over Creative Activity | Noticias | Scoop.it
"Work and leisure are complementary parts of the same living process and cannot be separated without destroying the joy of work and the blis
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Nora Tejeda's curator insight, July 13, 2014 11:01 AM
Buddhist Economy...finding the middle way!
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I read this and found it to enlighten my sour sense of the future.
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Sustainable Design at ION Hotel, Iceland

Sustainable Design at ION Hotel, Iceland | Noticias | Scoop.it
A place where luxury and design meet sustainability and adventure, all surrounded by lava fields and glacial lakes.Iceland is often dubbed "the land of fire and ice"— about the size of Kentucky, Iceland boasts some of the most starkly juxtaposed landscapes in the world. From black sand beaches to glacier fields to jagged peaks, the lava fields of otherworldly green moss to the countless active geysers, Iceland's landscape is stunning—and that's only the beginning. There's no better place to experience these extremes than the ION Hotel. Consistently awarded for both its design and sustainability, the ION's (slightly) remote location an hour east of Reykjavik makes it the ideal getaway to both relax and explore the country's extremes...
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Amazing !!
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Resveratrol protects astrocytes against traumatic brain injury through inhibiting apoptotic and autophagic cell death

Resveratrol protects astrocytes against traumatic brain injury through inhibiting apoptotic and autophagic cell death | Noticias | Scoop.it
Traumatic brain injury (TBI) is often caused by accidents that damage the brain. TBI can induce glutamate excitotoxicity and lead to neuronal and glial cell death. In this study, we investigated the mechanism of cell death during the secondary damage caused by TBI in vivo and in vitro, as well as the protective effect of resveratrol (RV).
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Gandhi's 10 Rules for Changing the World, by Henrik Edberg

Gandhi's 10 Rules for Changing the World, by Henrik Edberg | Noticias | Scoop.it
“ Change the world; we hear those words thrown around quite frequently, and to some, the notion seems incredulous. However, if we take an inner approach, rather than an outer one, and transform our individual selves into adopting the qualities we wish to see in the world, then the task at hand won't seem as daunting. In the wise words of Mahatma Gandhi, "As human beings, our greatness lies not so much in being able to remake the world -- that is the myth of the atomic age -- as in being able to remake ourselves." In this article, the Positivity Blog's, Henrik Edberg, addresses Gandhi's top ten fundamentals for changing the world.”
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Pathtobuddha Community :: Connecting people together for enlightenment!

Pathtobuddha Community :: Connecting people together for enlightenment! | Noticias | Scoop.it

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A Rosemont Journey's curator insight, January 10, 2015 3:14 PM

An excellent hub for Vajrayana teachings

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Buddhist Economics: How to Stop Prioritizing Goods Over People and Consumption Over Creative Activity

Buddhist Economics: How to Stop Prioritizing Goods Over People and Consumption Over Creative Activity | Noticias | Scoop.it
"Work and leisure are complementary parts of the same living process and cannot be separated without destroying the joy of work and the blis
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Nora Tejeda's curator insight, July 13, 2014 11:01 AM
Buddhist Economy...finding the middle way!
Jessica Klein's comment, August 4, 2014 9:33 AM
I read this and found it to enlighten my sour sense of the future.
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Amino acids combat the AGING process

Amino acids combat the AGING process | Noticias | Scoop.it
“ Antioxidant amino acids such as lysine, glutathione and methionine, available by simple changes to your diet maximise antioxidant activity and fight aging.”
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Asher Laub's curator insight, November 19, 2014 7:53 AM

informative site for amino acid benefits in anti-aging etc

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5 Proven Ways To Reduce Wrinkles Naturally

5 Proven Ways To Reduce Wrinkles Naturally | Noticias | Scoop.it

The beauty industry has big marketing budgets. They've spent fortunes trying to convince women that injections, chemical peels or $300 creams and serums will smooth wrinkles and restore youthful skin.

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This new supermarket offers health food at shockingly low prices

This new supermarket offers health food at shockingly low prices | Noticias | Scoop.it
“ Hunger and a lack of access to healthy foods are big problems in America. As is food waste. Can a new grocery store concept help tackle these problems?”
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The Vajrayana Research Resource

The Vajrayana Research Resource | Noticias | Scoop.it

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A Rosemont Journey's curator insight, January 22, 2015 5:41 PM

an archive of digital documents consisting primarily of scholarly articles, dissertations, and (to a limited extent) practice materials

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How do we write our own history? Memory Games

How do we write our own history? Memory Games | Noticias | Scoop.it
“Memory is malleable, dynamic and elusive. In this hour, TED speakers discuss how a nimble memory can improve your life, and how a frail one might ruin someone else's.”
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Dennis T OConnor's curator insight, January 11, 2015 3:52 PM

What's the first word that pops to you mind when you heat the word MEMORY?  


Malleable is what my mind delivered today.

shahbaz javed's curator insight, January 14, 2015 11:24 PM

Write your life story because God has made all of us of our own kind.

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Medicine Buddha: Resources

Medicine Buddha: Resources | Noticias | Scoop.it
“ Resources for learning about the Medicine Buddha and the meditation on the Medicine Buddha: Empowerments, images, mantra, teachings, and role in tibetan medicine.”
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Vajrayana meditation linked with Tibetan Buddhism can enhance cognitive performance

Vajrayana meditation linked with Tibetan Buddhism can enhance cognitive performance | Noticias | Scoop.it
“ Contrary to popular belief, not all meditation techniques produce similar effects of body and mind. Indeed, a recent study by researchers from the National University of Singapore (NUS) has demonstrated for the first time that different types of Buddhist meditation - namely the Vajrayana and Theravada styles of meditation - elicit qualitatively different influences on human physiology and behaviour, producing arousal and relaxation responses respectively.”
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Fasting for three days can regenerate entire immune system, study finds - Telegraph

Fasting for three days can regenerate entire immune system, study finds - Telegraph | Noticias | Scoop.it
“ A person's entire immune system can be rejuvenated by fasting for as little as three days as it triggers the body to start producing new white blood cells, a study suggests”
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Sunridge Medical's curator insight, June 17, 2014 2:19 PM

The benefits of fasting are many.  Even just 24 hour fasts can have a regenerative effect and can lower hunger frequency overall for weight loss that stays off.

Meital James's curator insight, June 18, 2014 2:27 PM

I have to try this already!

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Pesticides Put Global Food Production at Grave Risk

Pesticides Put Global Food Production at Grave Risk | Noticias | Scoop.it
“ Recent report reveals that pesticide regulations have failed to prevent poisoning of almost all habitats, thus putting global food production at great risk.”
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Do bacteria hold key to weight loss?

Do bacteria hold key to weight loss? | Noticias | Scoop.it
The search for the most successful way to shed the pounds seems never-ending. Now researchers in China have looked at what impact gut bacteria have on people's weight. They think that changing the type of bacteria found in the gut may be more effective at helping people to shed weight than cutting calories alone. But can it really be as simple as that? Experts warn we shouldn't ditch the cucumber sticks and hot yoga just yet. The latest World Health Organization figures show there were more than 1.4 billion adults aged 20 or older who were overweight in 2008. Of these, 200 million men and nearly 300 million women were obese. Those numbers are rising - they have doubled since 1980. Lab tests in mice found an association between bacteria and obesity, but trials with people are only just getting started. In a clinical trial, published in the journal Microbiology Ecology, scientists in Shanghai studied 93 obese people who started with an average Body Mass Index (BMI) of 32. They fed the volunteers supplements that promoted the growth of certain types of bacteria and reduced the levels of other bacteria in the gut, alongside a balanced diet.
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Eyal Levi's curator insight, April 27, 2014 3:42 AM

To keep your BMI balnced  the most effective way is not only to do cardio exercises but also maintain balanced diet.