The stress we live with today sucks at our very soul and saps us of our valuable energy. It is time to take stock, breathe and live realistically in order to avoid total burnout.   The term ‘burnout’ was first coined in the 1970s by Herbert Freudenberg, an American psychologist who used the term to […]

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Drug abuse knows no bounds – it wreaks havoc in the lives of both substance abusers and their families, leaving broken minds, souls and hearts in its wake. A supportive natural modality, known as Acudetox, is available to release sufferers from the grips of their addiction. According to the United Nations Office on Drugs and […]

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We are not victims or prisoners of our heredity after all. Instead we have the ability, through the power of perception, to free ourselves and evolve into who we truly are – masters of our own lives. Dr Bruce Lipton, a cellular biologist who worked at the University of Wisconsin cloning human muscle cells, is […]

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This was another ailment I used to suffer from in a bad way. Like many diseases, there is a spectrum of severity for this particular disease. For some, hay fever means slightly itchy eyes and a bit of a sniffle; for others it means feeling like you have been run over by a truck. I […]

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According to the Heart and Stroke Foundation of South Africa, the nation is in the grip of a countrywide obesity epidemic. It is time to face the stats and learn more about weight management. South Africa has the highest overweight and obesity rate in sub-Saharan Africa, with up to 70% of women and a third […]

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I was one of those people who didn’t really think that the dark cloud that had always hung over my life and constant thoughts of suicide was depression. Even after a suicide attempt, I never realised I was depressed. The sad truth for many people is that if depression has always been a part of […]

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– Causes for addiction and how mindfulness meditation can help with them Mindfulness meditation can free us from the negative emotions that hold us prisoner, thereby helping us overcome addictions. One of the first steps in dealing with addiction is to discover the emotional cause of it, whether it is fear, depression, anxiety, or pessimism. […]

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Lisa Catano shows how it is possible to take responsibility and break free from imposed fear to spare our children from the vicious cycle of mind-control programming. A child in a mind-control programme, it’s a fear-induced ‘punishment-reward system’ where the child has to keep working for their love. Because you are a child and know […]

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Once you’ve started smoking, it’s very hard to quit. Nicotine is addictive stuff. In fact, it’s more addictive than heroin. But you can cut your cravings – Patrick Holford tells you how. Nicotine produces a stimulating effect, even in small doses, and in large amounts acts as a sedative. This is its attraction: on the […]

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Distressing childhood events don’t remain in our past; they can impact heavily on us during adulthood, causing both physical and mental ill health. When I was twelve, I was coming home from swimming at my neighbour’s dock when I saw an ambulance’s flashing lights in our driveway. I still remember the asphalt burning my feet […]

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