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WellBeing Issue 180

WellBeing is the World’s leading journal of natural health and living.  A refreshingly intelligent reading experience, WellBeing offers inspiration for a way of life that is authentic and soulful.  Reportage reviews the latest developments (or revived ancient practices) in natural living, and in-depth articles both challenge and inspire pragmatic action in the real-world balance of work, life, family and community.  WellBeing reaches an increasingly sophisticated audience of citizens of the global village.  Purchase includes the Digital Edition and News Service. Please stay in touch via our Facebook Page.

Land:
Australia
Sprache:
English
Verlag:
Universal Wellbeing PTY Limited
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shine

Sparkle. Zest. Effervescence. This could be a description of the morning sun reflecting on the sea, twinkling across the ripples of the invigorating water. It could also be the way someone radiates when they talk about their passion. Poet Atticus wrote in Love Her Wild, “I think it’s beautiful the way you sparkle when you talk about the things you love.” When you move through life deeply connected to the things you love, which in yoga philosophy is described as living your dharma, you shine brightly. Your capacity to shine is always there for you, patiently waiting to be expressed, much like creativity. All you have to do is come back to it and allow it to freely flow through you. This internal light can also work as a guide…

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nature

In the well-known book The Alchemist, novelist Paulo Coelho writes, “I have seen many storms in my life. Most storms have caught me by surprise, so I had to learn very quickly to look further and understand that I am not capable of controlling the weather, to exercise the art of patience and to respect the fury of nature.” When was the last time you tried to control something you thought wasn’t going your way, the “right” way? Did you notice that the tighter your grip, the less control you had? Usually when this scenario occurs, you’re resisting change, swimming upstream or fighting against the natural rhythms of life. It’s hard to recognise when this is happening, though, because you’re so spellbound by what you think you want. In these…

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from the editor-in-chief

What do you want? I’m sorry if that question sounds a touch abrupt but I don’t mean it in a “Why are you at my door?” kind of way. I mean it more in the “What are your deepest desires?” sense. Don’t answer out loud. The other people in the coffee shop don’t need to know of your longing for a species of kale that tastes like a full-cream cheesecake. Just keep it to yourself for now as you ponder this. If you observe kids for any length of time you will see that they live life much more openly than we do as adults. The trials and tribulations of time teach us to veil and minimise our desires until as adults we live in a carefully modulated emotional range, but kids wear…

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from the editor

Impermanence is the nature of the human condition. It is the only truth of life. If you draw your attention inwards, you can notice what is happening in your body, mind and breath in this moment, bearing witness to the transient nature of life. Nothing ever stays the same; all you have is the precious gift of this very moment in time. Life is constantly in a state of flux: both the world around you and who you are as a person. By embracing the truth of impermanence and opening up to the possibility of change, you can release the grip of tension and stress as you surrender to the discomfort of the unfamiliar and, as a result, expand, evolve and grow. Or at least that’s what I’m reminding myself as…

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your say

Did something resonate with you in this issue of WellBeing? Tell us! Write to WellBeing, Locked Bag 154, North Ryde, NSW 1670, email wbletters@umco.com.au, comment on our Facebook page or Instagram account: @WellBeing _Magazine. We reserve the right to edit all letters. Magical manifesting In every issue of WellBeing, something always resonates with me. This week the magazine helped me make a decision I feel will make a great impact in my life. I tend to procrastinate and can be very multi-passionate so, recently, I’ve been working with a life coach. The life coach advised me to work exclusively on one thing for the next six months. She explained that when I have multiple goals but lack self-discipline, I tend to hop to something new when one goal gets hard. This means…

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it’s in the doing

I cultivate stillness by joining my son in his world, learning from his example. My little guy has one foot in "The Dreaming", a strong connection to spirit and has taught be so much about stillness and being present. Rebecca Taylor Becoming a minimalist, going clutter-free and letting go of the ego. Now, energy flows with ease throughout my home and this helps with meditation and stillness, both physically and mentally. Christina Lamonaca Aside from my morning yoga practice, which enables me to welcome stillness in my life, for me cultivating stillness is about stopping. Taking five minutes out of the day where I just breathe, focusing on my breath and becoming aware of what I can smell around me and what I can hear to ensure I am fully present in the moment. Lucy…

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