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Five choices for health, happiness and vitality in life

Each morning, we have choices make: the right ones bring us good health, happiness and vitality; the wrong ones bring us disease and sadness
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How to rewire your mind for success

Your thoughts and feelings can be trained to help you achieve more success in life. All you need is discipline and commitment
woman sitting outdoors / concept of awareness

Awareness beyond thinking

Awareness is not the same as mental awareness; it is a dimension beyond thinking, it is your very aliveness, says Sadhguru
Gardener clearing autumn leaves - concept of imperfection in Zen

There is no such thing as imperfection

Imperfection is an idea concocted by our heavily conditioned urban minds, says the author
Woman facing the sun, gesture of unconditional love

Unconditional love: How to practise it

Unconditional love doesn’t depend on receiving any reward from another; it is fulfilling all by itself
man addicted to his smart phone

10 ways to own a smartphone and still be a functioning human being

Your smartphone is just a 'phone', don't let it take the place of your life and relationships
woman with arms outstretched. happiness

The four magnets that can attract happiness into your life

Yoga coach Sejal Gupta talks about her simple formula for making your life a happy one
sad woman closes eyes in a gesture of prayer

Why did she get cancer?

How to avoid getting anxious each time you hear that someone you know has got diagnosed with cancer
woman sitting on swing in solitude | Why solitude is good for your wellbeing

Why solitude is good for your wellbeing

Solitude is good and necessary for your body, mind and spirit, especially in this age of hyper-connectivity and social media
man groping a young girl

Groping is the evidence of a twisted psyche, not a symbol of machismo

The author recounts her first experience of being groped in public and suggests that predators are themselves victims who are in need of healing