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Deepak Chopra and Oprah Want You To Find Your Flow

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By: Stephanie Allen-Gobert With the recent success of their OWN ventures, Oprah Winfrey and renowned mind-body healing guru Deepak Chopra have announced a new online meditation experience dubbed Finding Your Flow. The registration began Monday for the free 21-day workshop, which kicks off on April 14th and is designed to serve as an inner guide for transforming participants’ lives. The ... Read More »

3 Reasons Why Things Never Work Out The Way You Want

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By TemTi Sahu Ra Life is like a rolling river. We can only flow with it. We cannot change its direction or its speed, yet its direction and speed change regularly and for the most part we have no choice but to go along with it. But the river always takes us to where we need to go. If we ... Read More »

Being Black Doesn’t Mean You Have To Eat Greasy, Fatty Food

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By: Stephanie Allen-Gobert A recent article in The Root, raises the question — is the connection with family members of a different culture based on what you put on your plate? And does different etiquette or cultures require you to except unhealthy eating? A recent question by a reader came in to Jenee Desmond-Harris of The Root: “I’m Filipina, black, ... Read More »

3 Types Of Relationships That Most Women Have

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by TemTi Sahu Ra Over the last few years, we at RedPill have given counseling and numerous assessments for many couples who were facing one type of relationship crisis or another. Naturally we have seen some very unhealthy couplings but we have also seen a decent share of some very balanced and positive ones. Concerning the healthy relationships, we tend to ... Read More »

Do You Have An Addiction Without Even Knowing It?

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By TemTi Sahu Ra If you have diminished to no control over what you are doing, watching, eating or taking, then you could be described as having an addiction.  Your addiction may reach a point at which it becomes harmful to your mental and/or physical state as well as creating personal dysfunction and problems at either home, work, school or socially, ... Read More »

It Took A Major Health Scare For Me To Learn That I Am Not Superwoman

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by Jackie Jones I got this funny “Get Wobbly” t-shirt a few years ago during an impromptu vineyard trip on Maryland’s Eastern Shore with a good friend. We had driven to St. Michael’s to meet with a coach with whom I had trained in a teleclass. It was to be our first face-to-face meeting. But signals got crossed; we never ... Read More »

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