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The Power of Love
Heartfulness eMagazine

The Power of Love

SARA BUBBER shares a story from AUDREY LIN of ServiceSpace, and then offers us some reflective questions and an experiment to do for a month.

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February 2024
CREATIVITY
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CREATIVITY

Creativity is the way I share my soul with the world.

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3 mins  |
February 2024
environment
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environment

This world can be compared to our body. If any organ is diseased, the whole bodris affected

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4 mins  |
February 2024
Aging Gracefully
Heartfulness eMagazine

Aging Gracefully

SHANTHI VENKAT is a physical therapist based in the United States. Here, she details how a deeply personal experience as a caregiver pushed her to reflect on the stigma around aging and her own professional work, and the easy steps we can take to prepare ourselves for growing older.

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4 mins  |
February 2024
Transforming Grief
Heartfulness eMagazine

Transforming Grief

November 29, 2020 is a date etched in my brain as the day my life changed forever. My husband, who had been by my side for 27 years, died suddenly and unexpectedly at the age of 50.

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4 mins  |
February 2024
Striking a Balance Work. Life and You
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Striking a Balance Work. Life and You

DR. SNEHAL DESHPANDE has been a developmental therapist in the field of Pediatric Physiotherapy for 30 years.

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3 mins  |
February 2024
How Is Your SLEEP Health?
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How Is Your SLEEP Health?

Following up on last month's article, STANISLAS LAJUGIE shares details about our sleep patterns and what is needed to create a really healthy sleep routine.

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4 mins  |
February 2024
The Lone Ranger
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The Lone Ranger

DR. ICHAK ADIZES comes up with a surprising solution for working together for growth and prosperity, and caring for all concerned.

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February 2024
Are We Taking Care of Each Other?
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Are We Taking Care of Each Other?

She integrates scientific and literary thinking, and is especially interested in multisensory imagery and emotions.

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8 mins  |
February 2024
Practices for Human Flourishing
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Practices for Human Flourishing

In a 2-part series, VASCO GASPAR will share different methodologies and approaches to human flourishing, to help us realize our potential for goodness and compassion, and understand the interconnectedness we share with each other and the world.

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9 mins  |
February 2024
Where Attention Goes, Energy Flows!
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Where Attention Goes, Energy Flows!

SRIRAM RAGHAVENDRAN remembers a childhood incident that helped him understand how we perceive pain and suffering, and how we can unlock our potential.

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2 mins  |
February 2024
Make a Difference: Volunteer and Serve
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Make a Difference: Volunteer and Serve

Dear friends, Many people, both young and old, tell me how they are feeling helpless and hopeless with the constant news of disasters, wars, and the environmental impacts of human behavior on our beloved Earth.

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February 2024
THE KITE OF AFFECTION
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THE KITE OF AFFECTION

This is a story by MUNSHI PREMCHAND (1880-1936) about two brothers. Munshi was one of the most popular writers and social activists of India, who wrote poignant stories about the exploitation of the vulnerable and of disadvantaged communities. SARA BUBBER has translated the story from Hindi into English and added an activity to go with it.

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January 2024
The Diverse Faces of the buddha
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The Diverse Faces of the buddha

JOSH BULRISS is the professional photographer behind The Buddha Project, an initiative capturing unique Buddha imagery across the world. In this photo essay, Josh maps out Buddha’s influence in history, spirituality, art, and culture, a testament to the universality of Buddhism.

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4 mins  |
January 2024
How Can One Person Make a Difference
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How Can One Person Make a Difference

ERIN SHULTZ shares the experiment she has been doing to create a more sustainable lifestyle. It involves small, manageable changes that still make a difference, especially once they become everyday habits.

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January 2024
The Heart Can Do Amazing Things
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The Heart Can Do Amazing Things

MICHAEL H. RICHARDSON explores the idea of caring both caring \"about\" and caring \"for\" people and things. He challenges us to look to the heart for the solutions to both our own personal issues and also the big questions facing humanity today.

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January 2024
That Ol' Devil Competition
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That Ol' Devil Competition

NOELLE STERNE tackles the most uncomfortable of emotions, envy and jealousy, and how competition with others can either cripple us or force us to try a more positive and enlightened approach.

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January 2024
A Child's Destiny
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A Child's Destiny

ANISH DAVE reflects on parenting, and how the responsibility of a parent is to lay the foundation for their children to carve their own destiny.

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January 2024
Why Wake the Witch? Every Hour of SLEEP counts
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Why Wake the Witch? Every Hour of SLEEP counts

STANISLAS LAJUGIE offers us some very clear research on sleep hygiene, explains why it's important to get a restful night's sleep, and definitely convinces us that it's not a good idea to miss a few hours.

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5 mins  |
January 2024
Solving Problems
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Solving Problems

DR ICHAK ADIZES experiments with exposure therapy, facing his shadows, and learning how to tackle the negative habits he wants to change and the problems he wants to solve.

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2 mins  |
January 2024
The World Shifts When You Shift
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The World Shifts When You Shift

HEATHER MASON is the Founder and Director of The Minded Institute, a professional yoga therapy training organization. She is also the recipient of four master's degrees. She is interviewed by RUBY CARMEN on the simplicity and strength of coming back to the mind, body, and spirit through yoga, and how her own yoga practice has changed her life.

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January 2024
THE MIND-BODY CONNECTION
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THE MIND-BODY CONNECTION

SAT BIR SINGH KHALSA, Ph.D. has been an instructor of Kundalini Yoga since 1973, and conducted research on yoga since 2001 on insomnia, chronic stress, anxiety-related disorders, and in workplace and public school settings. He works with the International Association of Yoga Therapists as scientific director for the annual Symposium on Yoga Research and as editor-in-chief of the International Journal of Yoga Therapy. He is medical editor of the Harvard Medical School Special Report Introduction to Yoga, and chief editor of the medical textbook The Principles and Practice of Yoga in Health Care. He is interviewed by VICTOR KANNAN of Heartfulness Institute about the intersection of yoga and well-being.

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7 mins  |
January 2024
Back to Basics
Heartfulness eMagazine

Back to Basics

ELIZABETH DENLEY explores the idea of back to basics, and in the process offers some simple ways to support the fundamental rights of everyone on planet Earth.

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4 mins  |
January 2024
Ground Yourself
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Ground Yourself

DAAJI invites you to start the year with two simple grounding exercises that will bring you both focus and joy as 2024 dawns.

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January 2024
Remembrance
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Remembrance

KALYANI ADUSUMILLI shares her personal experiences of remembrance, and the relationship between the past and the present. Through some painful experiences, she has learned how to have a positive focus, and not remain trapped in the past.

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November 2023
Indigenous and Indoor Plants in Biophilia
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Indigenous and Indoor Plants in Biophilia

SRAVAN BANDA is an architect with a strong awareness of Nature and its role in building. He shares some thoughts on the importance of indigenous plants and local biodiversity in creating designs and environments, and the benefits of indoor plants.

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5 mins  |
November 2023
From Period Poverty to Period Dignity
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From Period Poverty to Period Dignity

ISHU SHIVA is revolutionizing daily life for many women in India by giving them access to menstrual health using safe and sustainable practices and products. KARISHMA DESAI interviews Ishu about how she is removing the stigma around menstruation, is liberating women from taboos, and is promoting healthy practices.

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4 mins  |
November 2023
How the Buddha Brought Us Together
Heartfulness eMagazine

How the Buddha Brought Us Together

JOSH BULRISS is a traveling photographer. Before heading to Thailand for the Buddha Project, he had no idea that he would find a soulmate for his travels. This is the story of Josh and Tara, entwined with photography and the Buddha.

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3 mins  |
November 2023
Access Your Full Potential 6 Questions with TANYA MANIKTALA
Heartfulness eMagazine

Access Your Full Potential 6 Questions with TANYA MANIKTALA

TANYA MANIKTALA is an award-winning Indian actress. We asked Tanya about the people, places, and things that help her feel grounded in herself.

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2 mins  |
November 2023
Innovation and Talent
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Innovation and Talent

DR. ICHAK ADIZES explores the benefits of mutual trust and respect in creating a conducive environment at work for encouraging innovation and retaining talented employees.

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2 mins  |
November 2023

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