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Coming to Grips with Darkness

Now more so than ever, we are seeing people’s darkness, prejudices and judgments being brought to light. This is a part of the world around us, and so is the lightness, generosity, love and humor that is also present. I would like to say a little something to those...

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Grieving During Coronavirus

Life is different and things have shifted. A few people have embraced the current changes and are thriving in the new normal, while some are still in disbelief about how life has changed, or struggling to adjust to the new conditions. If you are not 100% at peace, a...

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The New Normal

What a month it has been! With the entrance of COVID-19 into our lives, we have seen changes on so many levels; our communication methods, work, and family life all look different. It is evident that we are an incredibly adaptable species; we have implemented changes...

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The Happiness Formula

Let’s take a few minutes to talk about happiness this month, to contrast all the emotions of fear and anger floating around with the current virus situation. Happiness, just like any other emotion, is a transient experience of life. This means that it’s not a...

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Your Thoughts: The Body’s Best Antivirus Program

With the recent pandemic hitting China & Hong Kong our collective focus is moving more towards wellness than before. However, are we being precautious because we are feeling fearful of getting sick, or are we feeling inspired to be well? Although it sounds subtle,...

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What is the year 2020 going to be about for you?

And just like that we are in the year 2020! Let’s take the New Year as an opportunity to appreciate where we are, and create a vision of where we would like to be. I invite you to take a few mindful moments to acknowledge yourself for 3 things you are proud about in...

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Being an Adult

We are trained for many things through our upbringing, however very few of us were taught what we are truly responsible for. Our understanding of responsibility usually comes from a bunch of judgments we have created by observing our parents and environment. As a...

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