Peacefulmind.com Newsletter March

"Pearls of wisdom for March"

The Enlightenment of Spring

Spring represents renewal and rebirth. Seasonal living shows us how to live in harmony with the natural cycles of our environment. This time of Spring has been celebrated over the centuries as the beginning of the rebirth period. The Spring Season is probably one of the most embraced and most significant of the season changes, for it denotes the start of new life, regeneration of nature and the renewal of the spirit.

Managing Pain

Acute and chronic pain effects over 100 million people in the United States each year. While pain is best known and characterized as subjective, meaning only the person who is experiencing it can explain what it feels like, pain is often called the Universal equalizer. We have 100 suggestions for treating pain!

Make Your Own Luck

The luck of the Irish, is not only in March, but you can make it apart of your life!  No matter what your idea of luck is, it has been shown that good luck is created, not found! People are not born lucky. Instead, lucky people are, without realizing it, using four basic principles to create good fortune in their lives”.

Find Creative Spark

Spring is inspiring!  It motivates our minds to find new things, pursue now goals, reach new heights!  Take a moment to bring your creative forces forward.  It is time to make that dream come true with a little creativity. Find what motivates you!  Initiate the desire to do what you want, through the platform of creating your heart’s desire!

Demistifying Diverticulosis

About 10 percent of Americans over the age of 40 have diverticulosis. This is a condition where the colon (large intestines) develops small pockets that bulge outward through weak spots, similar to a hernia. About half of all people over the age of 60 have diverticulosis. This condition is called Diverticular Disease.

Food Choices for Spring

When eating along with the seasons, there are two elements that should be taken into account. The nature” of the food and the “flavor” of the food. The nature of the food refers to the foods innate temperature ie: cold, hot, warm, cool or neutral. Eating a moderate amount of all flavors sweet, salty, pungent, bitter and sour can help to keep your body balanced and regulated.

Coping with Anger

Anger is the feeling we experience when events in our world are not going according to our plans. Anger is one of the most common and destructive delusions affecting our minds. Because it is based on an exaggeration, anger is an expression of our belief system and how we defend it. Learn how to manage your anger….

National Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month

A Mermaid’s Tale

The inspiration from the sea, can be one of nature’s greatest gifts. Come to the ocean and you’ll see the kind of love the sea can give. A mermaid’s gift..

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National Arthritis Month

Treatment of arthritis depends on the particular cause, a person’s individual needs, which joints are affected, and effects on your daily lifestyle.

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Honoring the Goddess: A Tribute to Mothers

The Goddess, is the “goodness” in all women! Historically, the feminine form or “Triple Goddess”, is based on ancient goddess triads and the three forms (aspects) a woman takes throughout her life.

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The Metaphysics of Alice

As an adult, I found that Lewis Carroll’s wonderful books could be read on many levels: On the outside, it is a children’s story with fun and fancy plays on words and an imagination running wild. Some even believe it is a story that contains hidden meanings.

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Group Meditation Consciousness

A group meditation is a wonderful tool for streaming one thought or “one consciousness”. It is a purpose driven meditation geared toward a single purpose.

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