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Dealing with Conflict: A Yogic Perspective

One of my favorite celebrities and actors, Jennifer Aniston won me over with a particularly powerful interview she gave Oprah Winfrey in 2005, a month after a very publicized separation, with tabloids filling up with irreverent stories on a matter that could not have been more personal. An epiphany that Aniston shared in the interview …

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Cynthia Kane: How Are You Speaking to Yourself?

As part of our Extraordinary Teachers for Extraordinary Times series, Cynthia Kane, best-selling author of How to Communicate Like a Buddhist, shares a practice to help you pay attention to how you are speaking to yourself about quarantine, about your work right now, and about your children and your partner. Is it causing you more …

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Creating the Relationship of Your Dreams

Most of us grew up with a fantasy dream relationship, of finding the “perfect person” and living “happily ever after.” But sometimes, real life is somewhat of a letdown. Life gets busy. The relationship feels stale or becomes highly conflicted. There are bills to pay, diapers to change, meals to cook and projects to complete. …

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The Golden Rule for Lovers: These Behaviors Are Guaranteed to Improve Your Relationship

The time-honored golden rule, “Do unto others as you would have them do unto you,” is a profound instruction for relationships in general. But in intimate partnerships, we need to take this admonishment a step further. Our golden rule for couples is: “Do unto others as they would have you do unto them.” Instead of …

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