I was headed for a fall

Use the hu breathing technique to exhale when pulling or pushing and inhale when you change between the right and left ribs. Lastly, massage the Zhongwan point first anti-clockwise and then clockwise 36 times each with overlapping palms. The Shangwan and Xiawan points are easy to find. Feeling upward from …

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I was lifted up again

They began to execute effectively against their strategic plan. This is a perfect example of how understanding intellectual diversity can dissolve internal tensions, not only creating a better working environment for everyone involved but also directly translating to the bottom line. Awareness of your mind pattern will allow you to …

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In the twinkling of an eye

You'll feel so delightfully dreamy and deep by the time you reach the first floor. See yourself at the top of this elevator. That's right. Is it one of those old-school elevators with a scissor gate or a modern one? You can be really sure whether or not alcohol has …

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Let's enjoy it while we can

They told me about a man who could go into a trance in a shielded room, and send his mind out into the world. They mentioned experiments where he could look into locked rooms, peer into locked safes, and read secret documents half way around the world. The scientists telling …

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Like a full force gale

So when you shared the video with your friends, they were three times as likely to click and share it with their friends. And those people were three times as likely to click and share. Like The Second City, Upworthy turned its work into rapid, scientific experiments. It turned tiny …

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From the dark end of the street

They allow you to store cleaning products, sponges and accessories neatly, so you can access them easily and see what's there to prevent duplication in your weekly shop. Some of them also help you to reclaim space height-wise, effectively adding an extra shelf. As usual, you need to pull everything …

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Into this life we're born

This is your race to run. Fear of being different Rick Barry is an American retired professional basketball player who played in both the American Basketball Association (ABA) and National Basketball Association (NBA). Barry was known for an unorthodox free-throw technique called the underhanded free throw (aka the granny shot' …

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Lost dreams and found dreams

Create window seats with cupboards beneath them and choose console tables that have shelves underneath, too. Cube-shaped seating and occasional tables with lift-off tops are good for toy storage (Ikea is usually pretty good for these). If your living space doubles as an office space, check out The Dormy House …

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Through the eyes of a child

Therefore, a house or concept built upon that fact will be more enduring, too. You see, we Aspies cannot only get abstract ideas; But to own the initial idea, we need that concrete rock foundation first. The human brain learns first through sensorial experience. Neurologically, our mind develops by taking …

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Can't leave it alone

That just put me in a really bad mood. I feel like giving up on everything now. I was going to work on the new business I was planning to start, but I don't feel like it anymore. And as for tonight's plans, I'm going to text my friends and …

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In awe and wonder

You might even go so far as to assume this is common knowledge (and as indisputable as Ira Glass's example of the gray boxes in the podcast--OMG, go listen to the beginning, it's hilarious), but you'd be surprised at the number of people who argue this simple concept. How about …

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Many's the road I have walked upon

When we met again a month later, Joseph reported that the partnership was back on track. When he and Steve walked in synch with each other and talked before meetings, Joseph noticed that the old feeling of being on the same side returned. In movement, Joseph's mind relaxed and opened …

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Men saw the stars at the edge of the sea

The author and activist Glennon Doyle once gave a talk entitled First the pain, then the rising',58 in which she told the story of a mother who felt like a failure because her son was in pain and there was nothing she could do tofix' it. My one …

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My doubts are cleared

Shiva indirectly says to Parvati, Here are the methods, try them, then you will know. All these questions asked by Parvati are very philosophical questions. But they do not get a philosophical answer as a response. Parvati gets a scientific response. She is given methods or techniques. In our modern …

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Take it where you find it

He was advised to make his peace with his Maker and given a large bowl to hold in which to catch the blood. What people had to go through. Aneurysms of the abdominal aorta are quite common and if found early enough can be operated on before they burst, but …

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You will find a purpose

Quantum physicist Amit Goswami agrees: We cannot understand quantum physics without introducing consciousness into it. Penrose, with his co-collaborator, anesthesiologist Dr Stuart Hameroff, declared: We conclude that consciousness plays an intrinsic role in the universe. And perhaps most significantly, Max Planck, one of the founders of quantum physics, stated in …

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Your heart will be strong

When doctors failed due to what they perceived as bad luck, they didn't tend to work any smarter the next time. They attributed failure in a way that made them feel as good as they could about themselves. Even though an individual failure experience may contain valuable knowledge, Staats says …

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Can't you hear what it says to you

Put your hand between the mattress and the natural indent at your waist. You should be able to slide your hand under with a snug fit. If you have to squeeze your hand through with effort, the mattress is too soft. If the gap makes it very easy to get …

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Like from a whisper to a scream

In other words, when things cannot be changed, we may as well accept them and adapt to them. This is wisdom, which can make our lives shine with brilliance. To live a splendid life, we should muster up our courage when we need to persevere, and accept the reality when …

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The boatman singing far across the water

Coming off a weekend that included a roaring good time at his fifth birthday paleontology party, our little professor showed up to group complete in field hat, with excavation gear and the fossils he'd discovered during our birthday dig. Although selective mutism has been a problem for him when anxiety …

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The nighttime angel spreads her wings around me

If you don't have the space, use cupboard organisers to help - this will prevent waste, as everything will be visible inside. The MGJY favourite storage solution for food cupboards is simple: clear rectangular containers. They are excellent for storing rice, pasta, cereals, beans and pulses. Cardboard boxes can clutter up …

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The river flows through me

Staying invisible is the antithesis of owning your spotlight -- in fact, it's not brilliant at all. The need to stand out in your market has never been stronger than it is today. We're bombarded with more information than we can cope with and we're bogged down in processing data, so …

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What is this feeling in my heart and soul

Ask yourself, very quickly, barely pausing for breath: Will my memories of them be diminished in any way? If you're asking these questions at all, I am almost sure that the answers are: If someone loves you enough to give you a beautiful gift, it's because they care about you …

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I was out I was taking my chances

People don't try if they think they might fail. Historically, failed businessmen were often ostracized in their communities, making it difficult to find work later, or committed suicide. This proved a huge disincentive to taking the risk of starting a business in the first place. This is an innate issue …

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I will tell you a tale

We got our water from the well using a large copper jug on a rope. Around the well, young women giggled at us shyly. The cook - an octogenarian called Mr Anthony - had many delightful children who would sing and dance for us in the evenings. One evening, Jayasheela, a ten-year-old …

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Listen for a lark

Every time a parent says something, does something or reacts to something, their child is observing and learning from their behaviour. Just like me, you must often experience these copycat mini you' moments of your children mimicking you in some little way. <a href='http://linker.worldcat.org/?jHome=http …

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Way over yonder in the clear blue sky

The authors of another recent study found that the part of the brain that secretes stress hormones actually takes a break during REM sleep, concluding, The more REM, the weaker the fear-related effect. The researcher went on to explain, It affects the degree to which the amygdala--the fear center of …

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When dreams came true

The most important principle when using this strategy is to notice the effect you are having in the moment. This can be challenging, because when we sense a disconnection or a lack of attention from someone else, we tend to assume that it is either because we are boring or …

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How sweet that joyous sound

When I was growing up, I lived three houses down from Jamie Jones (a fake name, so don't bother googling). We were the same age, in the same class--and I had no idea if he had more friends or more toys than me. A curtain of unknowing separated us. I …

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In the still of the night

Choose those that fit inside the window recess, rather than outside it. You could also try talking to your local authority about turning out the street lighting between certain hours of the night. Finally, a word of warning. Your body does need morning light to reset your body clock for …

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It fills you up

In your kitchen, as in other places in the house, if something never finds its place, its proper home, consider how much you really need it. It might subliminally be telling you to release it into the wild. The cumin crisis that started it all I'm really not joking when …

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