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How To Choose Urns?

28th May 2013
Introduction: Cremation Urns have been used for centuries throughout different cultures. Cremation was done in most cultures especially during times of epidemics to stem the tide of disease outbreaks. The practice of cremation has waxed and waned over... Read >
Author: CremationUrnsAshes

Get Home health care agency in greater Philadelphia when Seeking Medical Assistance

02nd November 2012
Elderly people become helpless when they advance in years, especially if they have recently suffered a fall, illness or the loss of a loved one. Family members find it difficult to provide the right care due to responsibilities and different working hours... Read >
Author: articlelink01@gmail.com

Kriya Yoga to Harmonize the Flow of Kundalini

14th February 2012
The intention of Kriya Yoga is to free kundalini in a balanced way. Kriya Yoga applied and exercised in its perfect and complete way, made up of commandments of love, teachings about spiritual laws in addition to all necessary preparatory teachings abo... Read >
Author: Hans Neukomm

Kundalini Shakti Awakening and Increase of Kundalini in Spiritual Life

31st January 2012
Without kundalini there is no life possible, because kundalini energy is nothing else but the cosmic life force coming from God that keeps all beings alive and healthy. No wakening of the kundalini shakti is possible as it is always flowing to a certain e... Read >
Author: Hans Neukomm

Panic Attacks at Night - Stop the Panic and Get to Sleep

20th January 2011
Most panic attacks occur in the daytime. Infrequently, they occur in bed. Studies show they do not occur in the dreaming portion of sleep, so they are not the same as nightmares. But they do make getting to sleep difficult as one fears another attack at n... Read >
Author: Peter Rubel

Find Strength in Difficult Times through Intuition and Inner Wisdom

24th February 2010
All of us were created with an innate inner wisdom which guides our lives, serves as an inner "truth meter" and helps us to make important decisions at critical turning points in our lives. Some call this natural gift intuition, spiritual guidance or "gut... Read >
Author: Freeman Brock

Writing A Condolence Letter When You Cannot Attend A Memorial Service

05th January 2010
Condolence letters are considered some of the most difficult letters to write and send because of their very sensitive nature. Even so, when someone close to you is dealing with the loss of a loved one, the grief and bereavement, writing and sending a con... Read >
Author: Danilo Fleming

HISTORY OF COUNSELING

23rd December 2009
In addressing the history of counseling we want to divide the subject into two sections, secular and Christian. Secular. The history of counseling had its origins, first in religion, later in philosophy, and later still in medicine. Religion and philo... Read >
Author: Ralph Bass

Mourning the Death of a Spouse

27th October 2009
Many senior citizens experience the death of a spouse. There is no right or wrong way to mourn a loved ones passing, although you may be confused about different emotions that arise during the experience. You may feel shocked, numb, guilty, regretful, or ... Read >
Author: TheCaringSpace.com

Stress in Teenagers

03rd March 2006
Adults experience stress from their work and from all the responsibilities they need to fulfill. Since teenagers don't really shoulder much responsibilities, does this mean that they don't experience stress? The fact is many teenagers feel stress. This ha... Read >
Author: Hak Ty
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