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My guess is that, if you're reading this article, your either currently identify as an empath or wonder if this would be a good word to describe you as a person. If you feel as though your emotions are "on high" more often than not, and that you regularly have the experience of "stepping into" the emotions of other people, using an empathic title for yourself would only be fitting! I've had the pleasure of publishing a new book especially for empaths. My previous book, Esoteric Empathy, focused specifically on magick and Paganism, but my new book, The Everyday Empath, takes a broader metaphysical approach and is for any spiritual person from any walk of life. After a decade of empathic ...

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Living a cozy life means different things to different people. Around the world, there are many different ways people embrace cozy living. The Danish practice Hygge, which is finding pleasure in the simple things and making the ordinary extraordinary by being present in the moment. In Sweden, they practice Fika, which is the Swedish coffee break, when they relax with friends, and have snacks and drinks and good conversation; Mys, which happens on Friday nights with lots of junk food and a movie; and Lagom, which means, "not too little, not too much, just right" and is a way to apply moderation in everything they do. The Japanese practice Shinrin-yoku, also called forest bathing, which is ...

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When most people think about clutter, they think about a large quantity of unused items in their home, perhaps even bordering on hoarder status. But clutter can also apply to a few items we hold on to that keep us stuck in the past. And, by stuck, I mean preventing you from living the life you want to be living. How do we know what items are tethering us to people, places, and things from our past? How do we know when we're stuck and just reliving the past instead of creating our future? To answer these questions, we need to understand why we hold on to things to begin with. At around two years of age, we begin to realize we are separate beings—separate from our caregivers and ...

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"My courage is faith—faith in the eternal resilience of me—that joy'll come back, and hope and spontaneity." —F. Scott Fitzgerald If you're like most writers, after long writing jags at the computer, you start to feel soreness in your joints: aching back, stiff shoulders, or numb legs. You know what to do. Stretch. Walk around the block. Hop on the treadmill. Pop ibuprofen. Our natural tendency is to deal with physical pain, but what about psychological pain? Chances are, whether you're a seasoned author or an aspiring scribe, you've grappled with your share of self-doubt, meteoric challenges, repeated letdowns, major setbacks, and devastating heartbreak. Writing ...

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