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How to Transition Gracefully into Fall: Releasing & Letting go

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How to Transition Gracefully into Fall: Releasing & Letting go

The Fall equinox is upon us; the days are becoming shorter, the air is getting crisper, and we are energetically moving into the season corresponding to the natural element of Metal. Metal is transformative and is all about letting go of old negativity and patterns. Autumn is when the leaves change colors and fall to the ground, which is also a good time for us to let our old leaves go too. There is no point in clinging onto our old leaves, as it is part of the natural cycle; new leaves will grow soon enough in their place. 

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WHY A DAILY WALK WILL CHANGE YOUR LIFE

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WHY A DAILY WALK WILL CHANGE YOUR LIFE

When the simple act of walking becomes a part of your daily routine, it can completely transform your health. Throughout time, walking has been lauded as an activity that greatly improves both mental clarity and physical health. Famous thinkers like Beethoven, Dickens and Darwin included walking in their daily routines without compromise. Hippocrates said, “Walking is a man’s best medicine,” and modern research agrees. 

 

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The Benefits of Being Connected

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The Benefits of Being Connected

Being connected energetically, spiritually, emotionally, and physically to the universe around us is not only essential for our sanity, but is also is essential in order to manifest our dreams and our true desires. 

Being connected means knowing that as spiritual beings, we are all connected. Our physical bodies and our egos are separate, but the soul aspect of our being is all encompassing, meaning it fills the inside and the outside of our bodies. Instead of the body wearing the soul, it is more the soul wearing the body.

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The Stomach Acid Myth: The Real Root Cause of Heartburn + 5 Tips to Implement Now

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The Stomach Acid Myth: The Real Root Cause of Heartburn + 5 Tips to Implement Now

Most people are confused and misguided on the true cause of heartburn, or acid reflux. This is not your fault, as our culture tends to focus on providing relief from a symptom rather than fixing the root of a problem. We see advertisements all over the place for antacids, so we think that if an antacid will provide relief, and because acid is coming up, this must mean that the body is producing too much acid. However, this is very rarely the case. 

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