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Split Happens
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Anna Serene Katrina Porter

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Split Happens is a movie podcast hosted by sisters, Katrina Porter and Anna Serene. Each episode we fully synopsize and discuss a movie both of us love and one of us gets to defend the movie, while the other has to attack it.
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Develop your wellness toolbox for whole-body health. Tap into your full potential of how you can heal and balance your mental, emotional, and physical well-being. My name is Nicole White and I'm your host. I own Serenity Wellness Centre, where I specialize in Integrative Mental Health, Energy Therapy, and nonordinary states of consciousness for mental health treatment. Welcome! I'm happy to help you gather your tools to Be a Ripple of Wellness! Learn more about me at www.serenitywithnicole.com
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Independent Welsh publisher Seren interviews some of the UK’s best poets (who also happen to be published by Seren) about their creative practice, inspiration and recently published books. Listen below or find us on your favourite podcast platform. Find out more about Seren at https://www.serenbooks.com/.
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Counting calories is out. All the food groups are in. Becoming trim and healthy doesn’t have to be difficult or painstaking anymore. After trying almost every fad diet out there… sisters Serene Allison and Pearl Barrett, authors of the best-selling Trim Healthy Mama book series, took matters into their own hands and The Food Freedom Movement was born. This podcast offers a deeper dive into the world of THM. Listen in as the girls tackle a variety of food, fitness and lifestyle topics with th ...
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12-step recovery for those of us who love alcoholics or addicts. We share our experience, strength, and hope as we use the principles of the Al-Anon program in our lives. We talk openly and honestly about the problems and challenges as we face alcoholism and addiction in our friends and relatives. We share the tools and solutions we have found that let us live a life that is serene, happy, and free, even when the alcoholic or addict is still drinking or using.
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Expand your definition of work-life balance and re-imagine work. May the stories and sparks of my guests be a reminder that you're not alone in your struggles with exhaustion and that burnout, self-care, nourishing work, and serenity manifest differently for everyone. From these conversations I hope to inspire & empower you to take the uncomfortable actions needed to develop your own unique work-life blend. I'm your host Evelyn Pacitti - work life geek and engineer turned resiliency coach on ...
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Growing Up With Insanity & Choosing Serenity As Your "New Normal" Reality Adult Children In Recovery is a podcast that inspires the elixir of hope & healing to transform the lives of energy sensitive empaths who grew up in challenging environments and have chosen a path of healing and serenity. Each episode features inspiring stories of resilience and growth as guests share their journey towards finding inner peace, joy & self-compassion.
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From Suffering to Serenity: Find Peace in the Chaos” is a transformative podcast that explores the journey of individuals navigating through life’s challenges and hardships to ultimately discover inner tranquility. The podcast offers a unique blend of motivational insights, practical tips, and profound reflections, aiming to inspire listeners to overcome adversity and find solace within themselves. Whether discussing mental health, relationships, or personal development, ”From Suffering to S ...
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Uplift: Inspiring Stories to Uplift the World is a show (podcast & videocast) that transcends cultures and borders to bring you the most heartwarming, uplifting, and inspiring stories from around the globe. This show was born in the mind of Sascha Gorokhoff https://saschagorokhoff.com who was born with a rare health condition that should have left him paralyzed from the waist down, mentally challenged, and dead before the age of 7 years old. He went on to become an inspirational speaker, lov ...
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Seren

Robin Howell

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Seren is sent away from her home, on a mission to terraform a new planet. An eight part series following her journey across the stars, as she deals with the reasons that led to her departure.
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Hello all💚 So if you are into mental health, self-awareness, astrology, numerology, metaphysics, spirituality be sure to checkout my podcast and follow for updates! Wanna share my journey with like minded people💚 connect with me on IG : mama_serene_blu7 Email: sereneblu7@gmail.com *website under construction* Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/sereneblu7/support
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​Helping You find your life's purpose through God's Healing Energy Sue Pine, Holistic Practitioner / Author / Blogger / Certified Body Code Practitioner/ Certified Emotion Code Practitioner / Life Coach / Registered Yoga Teacher (E-RYT) / Health and Wellness Advocate
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The Healing with Serenity Podcast is hosted by Serenity Ford, Certified Auriculotherapist and Biofeedback Practitioner, Holistic Feminine Health Specialist, Fertility Empress, Herbalist and future Doctor of Natural Medicine. A podcast dedicated to educating on natural fertility & conception, pregnancy & postpartum, overall feminine health and healing with Plant Based foods. Discussing other topics such as Bioenergetic medicine, energy & general wellness. Support this podcast: https://podcast ...
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Let's talk about business, health and fitness, lifestyle, motivation and much more! Join your host, Seren Onur on this journey of WEEKLY podcasts that has something for EVERYBODY! As an Allied Health Professional, small online business owner, dog mum and average Aussie girl - Seren has some amazing experiences and episodes for you. This podcast was created to inspire, educate while still making you laugh! I hope you enjoy and be sure to subscribe/follow wherever you get your podcast so you d ...
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For centuries, all sorts of people—generals and politicians, athletes and coaches, writers and leaders—have looked to the teachings of Stoicism to help guide their lives. Each day, author and speaker Ryan Holiday brings you a new lesson about life, inspired by the thoughts and writings of great Stoic thinkers like Marcus Aurelius and Seneca the Younger. Daily Stoic Podcast also features Q+As with listeners and interviews with notable figures from sports, academia, politics, and more. Learn m ...
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"The Serenity Dreamer Podcast is a sanctuary for women who carry the unspoken desire to be more and have an inner urge to rediscover their authentic selves. In this empowering podcast, we embark on a journey where we engage in candid conversations about a wide range of topics that deeply resonate with women, including the unique challenges faced by mothers and the unwavering strength of trauma survivors. Through thought-provoking discussions and insightful conversations, we expose the barrie ...
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Manifest I AM
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Manifest I AM

Deloris (Sista' Joy) Foster

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Manifest I AM Podcast, with your host Joy Foster, is not just a podcast; it's a sacred space for those seeking a deeper connection with their inner selves. Dive into a world where spirituality meets the realities of life, as we explore current topics with a unique blend of ancient wisdom and modern insight. Join Sista' Joy on a spiritual odyssey that spans decades, incorporating original teachings of the "I AM" from the Great Ascended Masters as well as from mentors in Traditional and "New T ...
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Join Jennifer Schwartz-Flack M.Ed, LPC, NCC, RMT as she discusses topics that will empower, educate & inspire your soul! Jenny got her Serenity while working as a counselor with clients with addictions. She was a former adjunct professor, guidance counselor K-12, she is an author & CEO of Synergy Springs Soul Center & Starborn Illumination Publishing. Time to rise & shine!! ⭐️
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Hello everyone, I AM Serene Blue. I'm here to break down Astrology in a practical way so that it is more relatable in your everyday life ando sharing my learning tips💚..CHECK IT OUT 💚 you can connect with me on IG & Twitter: serene_blu Email: sereneblu7@gmail.com ***website under construction* Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/SereneBlu/support
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Serenity Now
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Serenity Now

LoVibe, Point Man & Gainz

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In the spirit of Sienfeld, the crew at Serenity Now engage in random and often meaningless discussion about anything. Join LoVibe, Point Man and GainZ as they delve into topics that can span from the best fast food to take on a hike to evidence we are living in the matrix. Let the guys create many Mindless Moments for you.
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Big questions and on a bigger journey to self? Me too. Coming from a lifetime of being a twin flame led me to a path of internal destruction, empowerment, and strength. Weekly, I'll deconstruct my inner emotional vulnerability and open up about the many topics of spiritual awakening. Let's grow together and, as always, I hope you heal!
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This week on the podcast, we ask the most pressing question known to WoW-kind: do you really need healers? Like, really? Apparently not, based on this weekend’s MDI! In addition to the MDI, we chat about our Fyrakk prog (and Anom’s kill!), and cover news from the week. This show is also available on YouTube […]…
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A very tender welcome from The Lion of Judah Non-Denominational Church and me Pr. Cristoforo Padula. This is my reflection upon. Talking To Yourself With Love. Shalom Pr. Cristoforo Padula St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital Why choose St. Jude? How much of $1 goes to patients and research? 82 cents of every dollar supports the treatment, researc…
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Gather these simple 4-steps for Emotion Regulation using the Percentage of Change Tool. Emotions can be hard to identify, sometimes we have our "go-to" emotion and lose sight of all of the others. Other times we might know several emotions and tend to feel "over the top" with all of them. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/…
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Listen to the experience, strength and hope, questions, and fears of 30-ish listeners of The Recovery Show. Hear from members on topics such as these: Here are few moments that you might connect with: Sue wrote, “While listening to Debra C. share on your podcast, I realized she was telling my story. I took away... The post Listening to you – 406 ap…
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I truly enjoyed learning about how to heal childhood trauma with MDMA Therapy and how to demystify what it really is and how it may help you recover from years of abuse or neglect in our most important & precious developmental years and even while we're in utero in our birth Mothers womb. Jill Sitnick is the founder of The Journey Sage, an educatio…
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Adversity manifests in various forms, encompassing personal attacks, professional challenges, health crises, and societal upheavals. Losa encourages you to navigate adversity instead of evading it, recognizing that it is inevitable and can serve as a catalyst for transformation. The human spirit is inherently resilient, and by embracing a positive …
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The World Economic Forum’s global risks survey of 1,400 experts, policymakers, and industry leaders ranked misinformation and disinformation as the number one global risk over the next two years — ranking it ahead of war, environmental problems, and other threats from AI. And the discussion around misinformation and disinformation has shifted to fo…
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Ryan speaks with Mick Mulroy in the first of a two-part conversation about the simplicity of Stoicism but the difficulties people have in practicing the philosophy. They also discuss Marcus Aurelius’ character and the traits we seek for in modern leaders, and more. Mick Mulroy is the Former Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for the Middle East,…
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It doesn’t always feel like it. Not when you’re regularly screwing up. Not when you keep losing your temper, not when you’re not as patient as you should be with people. Not when you keep doing selfish things. Not when you’re still dealing with scripts from your childhood. Not when you hear the things your ex says about you. Not when you compare yo…
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People are out of their minds and always have been. You get the sense in Seneca’s writings that Rome drove him crazy. You see the same in Epictetus’ writings, perhaps more so. Both men looked at what was happening in Nero’s court and were baffled. People were currying favor with Nero’s cobbler to try to get ahead in the world. People were bankrupti…
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From Adversity to Advocacy with Michelle Steiner Discover the world through the eyes of Michelle Steiner, a disability writer and paraeducator, who offers an enlightening perspective on embracing learning disabilities to empower oneself and others. She's not just overcoming her challenges; she's transforming them into tools for advocacy and educati…
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We wrote an email over at Daily Dad (please subscribe if you haven’t!) recently which notes Robert F. Kennedy’s troubled childhood in the troubled Kennedy household. His family mourned the loss of his older brother. They put their hopes in his brother John. They fretted about his sister. His father thought that Bobby had little potential, that he w…
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On today’s weekend episode of the Daily Stoic podcast, Ryan reads a chapter from his book Courage Is Calling: Fortune Favors The Brave. This excerpt comes from one of Ryan's favorite chapters Preparation Makes You Brave. This chapter is about practice, training, and doing the thing over and over again. Grab a signed copy of Courage Is Calling: Fort…
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Ryan speaks with Mick Mulroy in the first of a two-part conversation about the simplicity of Stoicism but the difficulties people have in practicing the philosophy. They also discuss Marcus Aurelius’ character and the traits we seek for in modern leaders, and more. Mick Mulroy is the Former Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for the Middle East,…
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It’s easy for academics and critics to dismiss the Stoics as depressing or dark. They’re not wrong, exactly, because it’s true: There are some dark and depressing passages in Meditations. Seneca is not always cheerful. Both writers seem to dwell on death, they paint life as something that can be painful and tragic, they speak of Fortune as somethin…
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As John Adams (detailed in David McCullough’s amazing biography) wrote in his own old age, “You are not singular in your suspicions that you know but little. The longer I live, the more I read, the more patiently I think, and the more anxiously inquire, the less I seem to know…” Yet, Adams, like Marcus, still found himself returning to a set of age…
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On this episode of the Daily Stoic Podcast, Ryan talks with economic and social historian Colin Elliott. They delve into the complexities surrounding the societal response to the COVID-19 pandemic, drawing parallels with the ancient Antonine Plague. Elliott criticizes the lockdown measures and emphasizes the need for a nuanced and science-oriented …
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It’s interesting that these three great Stoics spent their final moments not as lone wolves but as friends, as fathers, as people who loved their fellow human beings. On a recent episode of The Daily Stoic Podcast (a great 2-hour episode you can watch on YouTube, by the way), the comedian Christina Pazsitzky told a story of an experience that led t…
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I, I, I, I, I, I, I, want the episode! Pleaaaaaaaase! This week the Split Happens sisters flew all the way to Tibet to bring you an episode brimming with facts, a small child with mad magic skills, a dagger that turns out was not named after the singer Ashanti (missed opportunity, Paramount), and of course, Eddie Murphy. Raise your goblet to 1986's…
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Faith, Divine Service, and Miracles with Marcie Macari When Marcie Macari walked into an ordinary church, with palms sweaty and a heart full of hope, little did she know that she was stepping into what would become a defining moment of her life. Listen to this remarkable narrative of how she and her then-husband trusted the universe, embarking on a…
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So eventually a group of corrupt Romans contrived to have Cato assigned to a posting in Cyprus, a veritable hotbed of misdeeds and sin. It was a place where politicians got rich, where they had fun, where they lived the colonial high life. “You will come back from there a far more agreeable man and more tame,” one of them predicted to Cato. They we…
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Mental health problems like depression and anxiety affect enormous numbers of people and severely interfere with their lives. By contrast, we don’t see similar levels of physical ill health in young people. At any point in time, something like 20% of young people are working through anxiety or depression that’s seriously interfering with their live…
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Hall of Fame is closed, Fyrakk is nerfed, Subcreation had a good run, and…PI can Titanforge? This week on the podcast, we talk about all kinds of things, including the Archon acquisition of Subcreation, our prog on Fyrakk, the release of SoD P2, and—of course—the Oracle Priest hero talent preview. This show is also available […]…
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Maybe you don’t see yourself as an artist, just like Socrates didn’t see himself as an athlete, but maybe you are. According to Mikel Jollett, the founder of the band The Airborne Toxic Event and the author of a fascinating and haunting memoir about his troubled childhood, we have to “take our pain and make it useful. That’s what it means to be an …
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EPISODE 50 Seren and Rey return to discuss the latest offering by Steve Foxe and Carola Borelli! SPIDER-WOMAN VOL. 8 #3 - PART 3 OF GANG WAR TIE-IN Just who is Green Mamba? ...and how kick ass is Jess? You'll need to tune in (or read the comic) to find out! Remember - To Know Her Is To Fear Her! Enjoy! VENOM BLASTS (things to look out for in episod…
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In today's weekend episode of the Daily Stoic Podcast, Ryan reminds us How To Plan Your Day Like Marcus Aurelius by the way of voice actor Michael Reid. Two millennia ago, the Roman Emperor Marcus Aurelius penned his personal reflections in a journal titled "To Himself," not anticipating its widespread publication. Known as the last of the "Five Go…
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On this episode of the Daily Stoic Podcast, Ryan continues his conversation with writer, academic and associate professor of journalism, Evelyn McDonnell. Together they discuss the obstacles and how to get through them, the illusion of stability, how staying calm can be contagious, and her book The World According to Joan Didion. Evelyn McDonnell, …
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We talked about this recently, but ruling the world is not great. The evidence bears this out. In Lives of the Stoics, we tell the story of a haunting meeting between Posidonius and Marius, when Marius, during his seventh consulship of Rome, was on his deathbed. Marius was powerful but pathetic, his success having destroyed his soul, stripping him …
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Then there is the stuff that does harm the community—a corrupt politician who tries to overthrow the rule of law, discrimination, violence, pollution. This stuff happens, it’s the definition of injustice. But again, anger is not the right response. Not because these things aren’t upsetting, but because they are bad remedies to the problem. When the…
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Nobody wants to be criticized. It doesn’t feel good when people judge what you’ve done. We want the right people to like us, we want all people to like us. We want to be accepted, appreciated, celebrated. So we try to be like other people, like the people that everyone likes. Imagine if he had tried instead to conform to their expectations, to fit …
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On this episode of the Daily Stoic Podcast, Ryan talks with writer, academic and associate professor of journalism, Evelyn McDonnell. Together they discuss the resurgence of psychedelics, how will you deal with tomorrow, the job of the artist, and her book The World According to Joan Didion. Evelyn McDonnell, professor of journalism in the LMU Bell…
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Get Coach D's latest book, The Magic of Dreaming BIG, Acting small, and Achieving successhttps://a.co/d/hUSqZ9w Embark on a transformative odyssey with me, Gemma Serenity Gorokhoff, as I host the extraordinary Dominika Staniewicz—also known as Coach D—who unpacks the secrets to crafting goals that not only inspire but are also within our grasp. Pre…
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Look, everyone is entitled to their own opinion and if in their opinion, that’s what Stoicism is in their view—God bless them. But the facts just don’t support it. There was literally a Stoic (Chrysippus) who laughed so hard he died, ok? What more do you need to know? Sure, Marcus Aurelius opens Meditations with some observations about how annoying…
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Is Blizzard ceding ground in the Private Auras race? This week on the podcast, we talk about Fyrakk prog, about the change to the Intermission to remove Private Auras, as well as the news that Blizzard is banning GDKPs in Season of Discovery. This show is also available on YouTube and is streamed live every […]…
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In the early years, there was an excuse. Nero was just a teenager when Seneca started tutoring him. The boy was timid and coddled. He had experienced tragedy and his childhood had been strange. Besides, for Seneca, the alternative to taking the job was going back to his unfair and lonely exile in the middle of the ocean. But the viability of Seneca…
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In today's weekend episode of the Daily Stoic Podcast, Ryan pulls an excerpt from Colin Elliott's latest book, POX ROMANA: THE PLAGUE THAT SHOOK THE ROMAN WORLD. Learn how the Antonine Plague exposed the crumbling foundations of a doomed empire. Arguing that the disease was both cause and effect of Rome’s fall, Elliott describes the plague’s “preex…
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On this episode of the Daily Stoic Podcast, Ryan continues his conversation with one of the world's top high-performance psychologists and leading experts on the relationship between the mind and human performance, Dr. Michael Gervais. Together they talk about living in the present moment, Austin Kleon's “people would rather be the noun than do the…
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Emotions can be uncomfortable and even overwhelming. a high level of discomfort experiencing emotions in our body can lead to stored emotions driving us through life. These subconscious pulls pile up an already heavy pile of stored emotions that long to be healed. Learn more about how emotion storage happens, how it impacts your every day, and some…
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Imagine the jealousy that they must have felt. Hadrian was gifting the purple—the job of the emperor—to a teenager he wasn’t even related to. In 138 AD, his succession plan involved adopting Antoninus Pius who in turn was to adopt young Marcus Aurelius so that he would one day become the most powerful man in the world. How many Romans hated Marcus …
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"I think at various times — before you have the kid, after you have the kid — it's useful to sit down and think about: What do I want the shape of this to look like? What time do I want to be spending? Which hours? How do I want the weekends to look? The things that are going to shape the way your day-to-day goes, and the time you spend with your k…
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Maybe towards the end, it’s possible to get to that level. Maybe after a lifetime of study and practice, a Stoic can come to not just understand but to live up to the insight that Marcus Aurelius writes about in *Meditations—*that things aren’t asking to be judged by us, that we always ‘have the power to have no opinion.’ Maybe Marcus Aurelius got …
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