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contact your core of inner silence and power

Spend time contacting your core of inner silence and power daily. The Sufi poet Rumi wrote, “Only let the moving waters calm down, and the sun and moon will be reflected on the surface of your B...

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Delicious Recipes to Enjoy . . .

Enjoy these fabulous recipes from Darryl Schumacher who lost 123 lbs. after attending the Wellness Seminar for Weight Control at University Community Hospital in January 2006. Way to go, Darryl and thanks

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Recipe: BAKED HALIBUT WITH CILANTRO-ALMOND PESTO

Serves: 4 0 Grams Saturated Fat per Serving Ingredients * ½ cup loosely packed fresh cilantro * ¼ cup slivered almonds * 2 tablespoons Parmesan cheese * 1 teaspoon minced garlic * Juice from one whole

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Making Your Mistakes Count

Brandi Chastain plays soccer. In 1999 she accidentally scored a goal in the wrong net. The other team got the point. This wasn’t just any old game. It was the quarterfinals for the Women’s World Cup.

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Is Your Scale a Friend or a Foe?

The benefit of a scale is that it gives you feedback. Like a compass, it lets you know what direction you are headed in, and allows you to make adjustments accordingly. However there are a few possible

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The Number One Ingredient for Success

I can’t emphasize enough the importance of belief in yourself when it comes to success. The number one hindrance to permanent weight loss is the lack of belief an individual has in his or her ability

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Was I Even Hypnotized?

For some people, hypnosis can be very dramatic. However, for others, its powerful effects may be much more subtle. When Zara left the smoking cessation seminar at Central Florida Regional Hospital in Sanford,

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Changing Your Focus

I’ve been working with a lovely young woman, named Judy, on her cravings. She was telling me that she was really feeling upset the other morning and had a huge craving for a big salt bagel with cream

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The Past Does Not Equal The Future

Ronald used to come home from work everyday, plop down on the sofa, feeling exhausted, grab a bag of chips and the remote control and zone out for a few hours. The feeling of dissastisfaction that began

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