Good Morning America | It's National Relaxation Day: 4 ways to relax at your office

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By: GMA Wellness

"Good Morning America" turned to two experts for tips on how to relax while you're at work.The good news is that relaxation doesn't mean you have to lay down on a couch or take a nap, two things that would turn heads in the office.

Spirituality & Health | Listen with Your Heart

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By: Kalia Kelmenson

It’s so easy to get pulled into our head, to analyze and criticize, to figure it out and make it happen. Spending all of our time in our heads, however, can leave us disconnected with our heart. Spend some time this season reacquainting yourself with the whispers of your heart.

The Advocate New Orleans | Little altars everywhere: In a busy world, home shrines allow space for reflection

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Yy Chris Bynum

They are increasingly common, but still one of a kind. Sacred spaces aren’t quite as prevalent as in-house offices and workout rooms, but a designated place for quiet reflection at home is a priority for many people.

Huffington Post | How Listening Deeply Can Change Your Day

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by Meryl Davids Landau

When her son was born with a life-threatening wheat allergy, his experience convinced her that taking small steps on a regular basis has profound implications for the inner peace she had been teaching about and striving for personally.

NJ Yoga Collective | 3 Essential Yoga Books to Inspire You and Your Yoga Practice

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Book Review:

By: May Louie

As winter has firmly descended upon us, I find this is the perfect time to hunker down in cozy, comfortable clothes (preferably yoga pants), with a warm beverage, and dive into books that I’ve intended to read, only half-read, or have loved enough to re-read. 

MindBodyGreen | Do-Anywhere Grounding Techniques To Fight Stress & Bolster Your Immune System (Because Winter Is Coming)

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by Jillian Pransky

As the seasons change and the leaves fall, reconnect to the earth by doing some grounding work to help you preserve your energy and keep your immune system healthy. Come winter, you’ll be glad you did.