Monthly Archives: November 2013

Simplicity

* Story of Giotto and the Pope, taken from Vasari (https://play.google.com/store/books/details?id=jmBJAQAAIAAJ&rdid=book-jmBJAQAAIAAJ&rdot=1 Page 7): Pope Benedict sent one of his courtiers into Tuscany to see what sort of a man he was and what his works were like, for the Pope was planning … Continue reading

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Harnessing Ki

As someone with lifelong ambitions of being involved in theater, I’ve always wished I were not just a theater practitioner but also a Jedi. The stage “wizardry” would be ordinally higher if I could Force-push or pull set pieces and … Continue reading

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How to get a good nights sleep!

Originally posted on Catherine Hughes – Chiropractic:
What is going on when you just cannot get comfortable lying down? A nagging lower pain in your back is preventing you from finding a restful position to lie in – and depriving…

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Got Stress? Get Snakes!

Originally posted on TheWannabeSaint.com:
There are a lot of ways to relieve the stresses of life, but covering oneself with snakes? The New York Post article reads; “A masseuse looks on as pythons slither over Indonesian customer Ferdi Tilukay,…

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“We Are the World” relaxation technique

When I was 14, I stumbled upon a relaxation technique that I’ve heard of in a few contexts since. I was an undeniably emo teenager, and there were days and afternoons where I became very caught up in my woes and … Continue reading

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