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Maggie Inbamuthiah 21m
is about connecting to the stillness of the physical body beneath all that movement; behind all those blood vessels, buzzing nerves, never ceasing heartbeat, beneath the…
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thecrowdview 7m
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Joel Alvarado 2h
Encouragement for today...........Mark 4:39
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Dawn Demers 3h
Slow down, be aware, connect to source and notice the beauty and miracles that are always surrounding you.
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Stephanie Stewart Apr 22
Mon April 22 Earth Ox Star 2 Danger Receive Not for travel. Extend the holiday weekend if possible. Take time out to appreciate. Think it through. Change your mind. Favors: Wood 45 Fire 57 Rooster Fire 97 Earth 49 Ox
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Ingrid Honkala PhD. 15h
"The cave you fear to enter holds the treasure you seek." ~ Joseph Campbell
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Zen + Tao Apr 5
Stillness is easy to maintain. — Laozi, , Ch. 64
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Anita St Lewis Apr 9
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ChoiceWithin Apr 8
Learn to practice getting still for at least 5 minutes each morning. Close your eyes & let your body talk to you. Don’t interrupt, just listen. That inner voice is wise, creative, compassionate & loving. Just listen-Just listen-Just listen. ❤️
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Jenni Rom Apr 10
YogaFaith Beginner/Gentle Yoga is Thursdays at 7:00 pm at . The price is included for members and $5 for drop ins. EveryBODY is welcome!! I’d love to see you there!!
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Eckhart Tolle Apr 15
"Ego is no longer ego when you know there is ego." - Eckhart Tolle
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Eckhart Tolle Apr 1
"Be there as the witness of your mind." -Eckhart Tolle
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Anne Scottlin Feb 20
❦In still, golden moments all endeavor fades in the presence of peace. ~Anne Scottlin
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Sadhguru Mar 4
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dr neeraj kumar Apr 22
Lucky are those who have inculcated a habit of dhyan. It makes lives perfect.
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AwakeningYourTrueSelf Apr 11
"When we calm ourselves and listen to sacred we realize we already have more than we seek. We find more than we can hold onto and we share what we have"~
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Zen + Tao Mar 16
Best be still; best be empty. In stillness and emptiness we find where to abide. Talking and moving we lose the place. — Lao Tzu
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Laura Vandervoort Apr 10
You Are The Wind Beneath My Split Ends. in Photography By
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Michael Sorrell Jan 13
There really is nothing more peaceful than being up early walking/riding/driving through a city that’s still asleep. It is a thing of beauty. My grandfather told me long ago that I would one day come to appreciate the joy of early mornings. He was right.
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Danica McKellar Mar 15
... in the backseat of my car. 😉👍
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