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January 4, 2022

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Mindfulness Meditation: A Fundamental Practice for Living from Our Heart

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By Kalpana (Rose) M. Kumar, M.D.


Transformation is always marked by chaos and confusion. Death always precedes birth, and the pause between the two offers us time to review and contemplate how we have been living, who we have become and how we need to transform. Only after conscious evaluation, can we release what is toxic and emerge healthier and anew. Without an orientation through the chaotic terrain of transformation currently upon us, we risk clinging to the familiar and toxic patterns that have endangered our future. A contextual map can be helpful to prevent us from making choices from fear rather consciousness. This is necessary, maybe even critical for a healthy new birth. In our present collective cycle of transformation, conscious choices will, in fact, determine the very future of humanity. Let’s break this down to understand it more clearly.

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Chunchieh Bruce Sun, Cac., MSOM, Dipl OM



The Heart Meridian begins at the heart, and divides into three branches. The first goes downwards towards the small intestine. The second runs upwards along the throat towards the eyes, and the third branch emerges around the armpit area and runs along the ulnar side of the arm, wrist and palm, and ends at the inside tip of the fifth finger where it connects with the Small Intestine Meridian.

 

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You Can't Pour from an Empty Vessel: The Wisdom of Self-Care

Emily Klik, LMT, CST


You cant pour from an empty vessel,” is a phrase I will always remember, spoken to me by one of my most cherished mentors. She observed that as a therapist, I had a habit of placing the well-being of others before myself, a way of life, normalized in our society. I was caught in a loop of over-doing and over-care that left me depleted, exhausted and out of balance, I would rest and recuperate for short spurts, only to repeat this cycle over again. I was stuck on a hamster wheel with no end in site.  


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