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Feed Your Soul - Book Review

May 11, 2019

Millions of people around the world struggle with maintaining a healthy body weight and engage in countless diets and exercise routines only to fall short again and again. Without addressing the root cause of unhealthy habits, many experience the back and forth effect of weight gain and weight loss without being able to maintain an ideal weight.

Clinical nutritionist, holistic practitioner, and author Carly Pollack, dives deep to the source of lasting health in her new book Feed Your Soul: Nutritional Wisdom to Lose Weight Permanently and Live Fulfilled. By illustrating how our mind works and what our body truly needs to be healthy, Carly provides valuable information and tools to provide a shift in perspective resulting in lasting health. When we delve into the core of our beliefs, our inner state, we are able to create a new foundation of understanding that allows each of us to succeed in both inner and outer health.

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Mindfulness Meditation Instructions

April 29, 2019

The following is part one of an eleven part series titled "How To Meditate: Instructions to Free the Mind and the Heart" by Peter Williams, a Buddhist Meditation and Dharma Leader based in Boulder, CO. Read the introduction here.

Mindfulness meditation is simple, but not necessarily easy. Mindfulness is simply knowing what is happening in the present moment. If you are drinking a glass of water, it is feeling the smoothness of the glass as you pick it up and the coolness of the water in your mouth. However, because we are so habitually caught up in thinking, we are rarely aware of what we are doing. Meditation is a practice that reduces activity in order to increase the chances of being aware. We start with the training wheels of sitting still and being with the breath, but eventually we can expand our awareness to include all activities in our lives.

The instructions that follow are non-sectarian and can be practiced by anyone without regard to religious or spiritual beliefs. They are derived from insight meditation, or Vipassana, which comes out of the Theravada Buddhist tradition.

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