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Mesothelioma is a rare and aggressive tumor that usually forms in the lungs or the linings of the chest walls. Most cases can be traced back to some kind of asbestos exposure — considered a type of cancer, this condition is malignant and while currently incurable, it can benefit from treatment.

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Guest article by Larry Mager

Too often, we consider “fitness” a physical undertaking — but that’s only one part of comprehensive wellness. There’s also emotional, spiritual, social, and mental fitness. Focusing on mental fitness can help boost creativity and productivity, two trai...

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If you are having an anxiety attack, just sit down, and focus either on these words, or if you already know the instructions, find an object near to you to focus your eyes on, then being breathing consciously. Do not worry about the breathing technique you use, it is only important to breathe now, n...

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Guest article by Joe Thomas

In the time that it has taken you to read this sentence, you have fallen through an eternal expanse of stars at approximately 460 metres a second. Clinging to a green and blue ball of rock awash in this endless sea, one could easily be forgiven for feeling very small a...

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Guest article by Faith Macanas

Can technology and a true meditation practice coexist in a meaningful and beneficial way? This quandary is on the minds of nearly everyone actively involved in meditation communities or with a long-standing, committed practice. When we consider the fast-paced,...

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It is popular. It is good. Many claim to practise it, even more like to talk about it. But what is it really? What does meditation mean? These questions have been answered over and over on the Internet, yet there seems to be little consensus about the true nature of meditation. This article offers a...

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Many aspire to be spiritual leaders, yet few achieve true success in the field. If is sad to see so much talent going to waste, when they have all that it takes to truly lead people on a path of spiritual advancement, but they seem to be lacking the essential tools, to start off their own path of su...

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If you find it difficult to get your body and mind up to speed in the morning, think of coffee as a saviour of your mood and productivity, spend hours in a half-dozed state before being able to commit yourself to serious work or mental activities, you will definitely enjoy the benefits of QiGong, pr...

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The concept of Embryonic Breathing (Tai Xi or T’ai Hsi) is probably well-known to most practitioners of QiGong or Daoism, yet the technique is widely misunderstood and mistaken for many things related or even unrelated. This three-part article is meant to clear up some of the confusion through dis...

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The concept of Embryonic Breathing (Tai Xi or T’ai Hsi) is probably well-known to most practitioners of QiGong or Daoism, yet the technique is widely misunderstood and mistaken for many things related or even unrelated. This three-part article is meant to clear up some of the confusion through dis...

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