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Why Meditation is Food for the Soul

Meditation is the journey from movement to stillness, from sound to silence. The need to meditate is present in every human being because it is a natural tendency of human life to look for a joy that doesn’t diminish, a love that doesn’t distort or turn into negative emotions. Is meditation foreign to you? Absolutely …

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Recipe: Trikatu Tea

Trikatu—meaning “three pungents”—lights the digestive fires to promote healthy digestion of natural toxins (ama), aid clear breathing, rejuvenate lungs, and balance mucus production. Perfect for fighting off those springtime allergies and colds! Ingredients 1 tsp Long Pepper 1 tsp Black Pepper  1 tsp Ginger Powder  Lemon, honey, and cinnamon to taste are optional. Directions Mix …

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Meditation for Trauma Recovery

Trauma can bring about a number of neurological changes, but meditation can help in overcoming a traumatic experience, making a person calmer, peaceful, and relieved of stress.  Meditation helps to calm a mind affected by pain and deep stress which a disaster inevitably brings. A study on war veterans affected with post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) …

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