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Alicia Lawrence's picture

Boob Jobs: What Message Do They Send To Our Youth?

Plastic surgery

Breast augmentations were the most requested cosmetic surgical procedure in 2014 – with almost 300,000 performed. Nearly 100,000 breast lifts were done. The trend, it seems, consists of women trading their natural beauties for a plumper, suppler alternative. In today’s world, it’s practically commonplace to engineer one’s body to have bigger, younger-looking boobies.

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Bookend Your Day


By: Irene Carr

The most important thoughts of the day are two in number.  The first thought we think upon waking sets the tone of the day and is the most important thought of the day.  We have all experienced that, right?  Wake up ticked off, and what shows up the rest of the day?

Lissa Rankin's picture

How To Really, Truly Surrender To The Divine

Change Me Prayers

Those of you who have been following my blog and reading what I post on Facebook know what a profound influence Tosha Silver has had on my life and my work. The way in which we met was magical.  Christiane Northrup and I had been teaching a class to the Whole Health Medicine Institute (we’re enrolling WHMI now, in case you feel called to join us!) Christiane insisted that all of us go out right that second and buy Tosha’s book Outrageous Openness. I bought it instantly and was halfway through reading it the next day, when I was on a plane to LA to film a documentary, when I got online on the airplane, looked up Tosha’s website, realized she lived right across the San Francisco Bay from me, and decided to write her a gushing fan letter. It went something like, “OMG, you don’t know who I am, but I’m in love with your book, and I live in San Francisco too, and we should . . . um . . . totally be BFF’s!” I signed up for her newsletter list because I knew that whatever Tosha was drinking, I wanted a Big Gulp of it.

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The Power Of A Still Mind; What Happens When You Meditate.


When I was a teenager, my friends would often catch me daydreaming into silence while I put my hand in a mudra pose without even realizing it – it came natural to me.

Little did I know at the time that I was actually meditating. It wasn’t until later in my life that I realized what I was doing.

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Unlock Your Relationship Through Sex

Unlock Your Relationship

By: Jordan Gray

Sex is the glue that holds your relationship together.

Many relationship experts claim that passion fades over time and that a fall in sex drive is a normal and healthy thing that everyone experiences.

And yet...

Jennifer Louden's picture

Bucket List Got You Down? Try a Thimble List

Bucket List Got You Down? Try a Thimble List by Jennifer Louden

I do not have a bucket list. On paper, I love the idea of it - a list of things to experience in life - and I can certainly see how such a list could motivate you to open more to wonder.

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3 Proven Ways To Achieve Financial Harmony With Your Partner

Couples and Money Relationships

Money is often a major source of tension in relationships. Far too often couples break up over this. Many relationships could overcome the issue and end up in healthier relationships if they applied simply proven methods to address the problem.

Dr. Danielle Dowling's picture

Date The Partner Who Is Sure They Want To Date You!


I am fortunate enough to speak to, on average, 25 bright, gorgeous, spirited clients a week.  The majority of these clients are woman–close to 90%– and they are exquisite. She is usually good at what she does and wants to be great or stuck in some area of her life and wants to get unstuck. She is intelligent, compassionate, successful and accomplished in many senses of the word yet, deeply afraid of being left behind in romance and partnership.  So much so that she spends exorbitant amounts of energy repressing, and quite honestly, disrespecting what she wants in relationship in order to be who she thinks “he” needs her to be.

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Sacred Skills

Sacred Skills

The summer before my son James began preschool, I would find him in various corners of our Hornby Island home, talking to himself. “I’m getting dressed and having breakfast,” he’d chant out loud. “I’m putting my peanut-butter sandwich and juice in my lunch box. I’m walking to the school bus with Mum. I’m taking the bus to pre-school. I’m making lots and lots of friends. I’m having so much fun playing on the slides and swings. Everyone loves me at preschool. I love preschool.” His big brown eyes shone with happy certainty as he repeated this story, with minor variations, all summer. And when he did go to preschool that September, the story he’d told unfolded just as he’d known it would. He made many good friends, had lots of fun, and everyone loved him.

Lissa Rankin's picture

10 Crucial Questions Your Doctor Should Ask You (But Probably Doesn’t)


We all know what it’s like to fill out detailed forms about our medical history at the doctor’s office. But is your doctor asking you the questions he or she really needs in order to get a good read on your health? At the Whole Health Medicine Institute, the training program my team runs for doctors, nurses, acupuncturists, energy healers and other health care providers, we teach healers how to ask patients the right questions. But in case your doctor isn’t asking you the questions that might illuminate potential root causes of your illness, try asking yourself these questions.

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