Our home is a reflection of our inner subconsciousness and aspirations in Feng Shui. The home is viewed as a single functional unit where all rooms of the house work together.  Much like our physical body which have separate parts, the rooms in our homes are like the organs in our body, inter-connected and interdependent. Feng (…read more.)

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In 1955, Joseph Luft and Harrington Ingham created what is now known as the “Johari Window”.  The technique is based on human interaction and our awareness of ourselves. The Johari Window divides these perceptions and awareness of ourselves into four silos: (1) characteristics known to us and others, (2) characteristics known to us but not others, (3) characteristics unknown (…read more.)

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8 Foods that Boost Your Metabolism

by Marc on March 12, 2013

in Body and Mind

If you want to look and feel your best then it’s important to eat a well balanced diet that’s made up of nutrient-rich foods. This means eating lean sources of protein, fruits, vegetables and healthy fats. As the winter months pass and springtime approaches, many people will be looking for weight-loss options to help them (…read more.)

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Millions of people deal with anxiety and depression for a number of reasons.  Today’s society is very fast-paced. There is an overabundance of information contributing to chronic over-stimulation.  Many work stressful, demanding jobs and struggle to balance work with the demands of home and family life.  All of this, combined with other factors like environmental (…read more.)

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Article written by Dr. Damien Hsu, R.D., Ph.D Whether you’re already fit and want to maintain your ideal weight or you’re someone who is just starting to implement a weight loss regimen, the tips we have below will help.  There are certain habits that healthy people follow. These habits contribute to staying healthy and fit. (…read more.)

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We are all born unique.  Each person we meet have differing personalities and varying likes and dislikes. Even in the midst of being raised in the same environments and genetically alike such as the case for identical twins — we still develop very different personalities. Perhaps our personality comes from our soul? Is it any wonder (…read more.)

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We work hard to earn our money so we definitely deserve to spend it whichever way we want right?   Perhaps, but we should think ahead and learn to become smart spenders of our money.  We learn how to be a smart spenders in order to keep more of the money we earn. When we (…read more.)

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“The Beggar and the Diamond” is a story by one of my all-time favorite authors Stephen King from his book Nightmares and Dreamscapes. The story was adapted from a Hindu parable. Author’s notes:   This little story — a Hindu parable in its original form —was first told to me by Mr. Surendra Patel, of Scarsdale, New (…read more.)

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It is the New Year 2013.   It is also that time of year when we all  reflect on our lives  and think about our accomplishments or lack thereof.   Many of us feel unsatisfied with the progress we have made.  Change is not easy at all. Change is uncomfortable and tough but it’s a way for (…read more.)

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In 1926, George Samuel Clason published a series of pamphlets written in parables that was set in the ancient city of Babylon.  The book became known as “The Richest Man in Babylon” and has become a classic in financial literature.  I first encountered this little book when I graduated college and was blown away by (…read more.)

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