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I have been speaking about joy as a key emotion, one that the body stores, for quite a few years now—and I have a different offering for you about joy and how it is experienced inside your body. Happy is one thing, but joy is something felt deep within the entire body and muscle memory system. Take for example the smell of perfume or cologne that your first great-love used to wear, the smell of a cherry tobacco pipe that your Grandpa used to smoke, or the leather car seats of a new car. Notice how, when something tickles your olfactory senses, you are instantly transported back in time to a place where you felt a height of emotion. Your whole body gets involved. Joy is deeply felt ...

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Personality tests are a multi-million-dollar industry with a continued growth rate of 10% to 15% annually. According to the Harvard Business Review, it's common for employers to require workers to take personality assessments to identify who to hire and how they can best collaborate and work as a team member. In the post-pandemic era, personality tests are likely to only increase as more workers move to remote working. In such work environments, a personality test may be the best indicator of one's personality and work style. The Myers-Briggs test developed in the 1960s has continued to be the most popular personality assessment test in the workplace and for interpersonal use. Now, we ...

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One of the most popular sentiments in self-help material is the importance of shifting from a negative or unhealthy mindset to a more positive one. But in practice, what does this mean? How do we release thoughts that are classified as unhealthy? And is replacing them as simple as reciting positive affirmations? Fortunately, cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), one of the most popular and research-supported forms of psychotherapy available today, has an answer to these questions. In my years as a cognitive behavioral therapist, as well as a holistic health practitioner and spiritual seeker, I have developed an approach to challenging and replacing unhealthy beliefs that is both simple and ...

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One of the most powerful ways we can experience the five elements is through music. Most of us have had the experience of using music as medicine. Maybe we have a playlist for our workout to push us to the finish line. There might be a song that always cheers us up when we're feeling low. There are songs that make us want to cry, inviting our stifled tears to finally flow. Certain songs can remind us of home, of love, and of love lost. Some songs bring inspiration. Some songs make us want to have hot, passionate sex. Music is an incredibly effective medicine for moving our Qi. Qi is the animating life force that makes everything move—from our thoughts and feelings, to our bones and ...

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