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Letting Go – The Freedom of Awake Awareness with Tara Brach


Published on Mar 27, 2017

Letting Go – The Freedom of Awake Awareness (08/31/2106)

We know we need to let go of harmful habits like obsessive worry, blame and over consuming to experience true well-being, yet much of the time we are stuck and judge ourselves for being out of control. 48 more words

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Diabetes & Blindness: Nicole's Story

What It Means To Be Insulin Dependent

Each year the fourth Tuesday in March is the National American Diabetes Association Alert Day (follow the link to take the risk test) to bring awareness to the issue of Type 2 Diabetes.  4,581 more words

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Resources for Autism Awareness & Acceptance Month

April is Autism Awareness AND Acceptance Month! I’ve posted links to two PDF files created by ASAN:Autistic Self Advocacy Network specifically for Autism Acceptance Month. … 63 more words

Autism, Empathy and Me

 It’s a myth that autistic people don’t feel empathy.

Some autistic people may appear to lack empathy but it’s generally the case that they feel it but don’t know how to respond appropriately. 1,219 more words

Autism

AUTISM AWARENESS WEEK: PART 2 OF 7: THE POSITIVES OF AUTISM

Welcome to the second part of the seven-part series focused around Autism Awareness Week where we shall dedicated our time and words to raising awareness of well… autism. 1,157 more words

5 ways to keep focused when you have Restless Leg Syndrome

Restless Leg Syndrome (aka Willis-Ekbom disease) is a common condition of the nervous system that causes a sufferer to feel an overwhelming urge to bounce, shake, or generally fidget the legs. 605 more words

Wafting

Photo by Ben Padgett
Small, weak people
divide others, 
in order to conquer,
fearful there won't be enough.

Calm, safe people
accept others,
in order to include,
hoping generosity will suffice. 66 more words
Hope