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Law of Attraction and Your Cell Phone

by David Bartky You may be wondering “what does the Law of Attraction have to do with my cell phone?” One thing that we all use our cell phones for is to check our incoming emails all day long. I’m sure if you’re like me, you’re constantly checking to see what new emails have come in. Did you ever notice ... Read More »

Enlightened Health Symposium to Celebrate Healing Power of Yoga

The ancient science of yoga has gained the respect of the modern medical community, thanks in great measure to the teachings of Integral Yoga founder Sri Swami Satchidananda. To explore yoga’s power to heal and to honor this yoga master, Integral Yoga Institute (IYI) of NYC will present the Enlightened Health Symposium: A Global Garland Event Celebrating the 100th Birth ... Read More »

Find Your Destiny

Do you wonder what your true life’s purpose is? To me, it is what makes my heart sing. When you are doing what you are here to do, you feel inspired and at peace. In numerology, you can find your destiny number by adding your month + day + year of birth. This number can give you information, which may ... Read More »

Living in Harmony with the Seasons: Autumn

by Dylan Stein, MS, LAc The classical Chinese medicine text, the Huang Di Neijing, tells us that if we want to achieve health and longevity, we must live in harmony with the seasons, adjusting our lives to the rhythms of year. As autumn comes to New York City, we turn our minds to the season of gathering-in, the preparation for ... Read More »

3 Ways to Exercise Your Brain And Why You Really Need To!

By Michele Rosenthal for Rewire Me If you’re over 40, you’re not going to like this (and if you’re not yet 40, get ready for a reality check): Early in your fifth decade, researchers believe your cognitive brain performance peaks. The good news is that the brain is highly adaptable; in particular, repetitive exercise helps the brain learn, grow, strengthen, ... Read More »

Reflections Center for Yoga & Conscious Living Announces New Space in Gramercy

Reflections Center for Yoga & Conscious Living has relocated to a new space in Gramercy after five years at 250 W. 49th Street near Times Square. The new space, at 227 E. 24th St. (between 2nd and 3rd Avenues), opened in September with classes by donation and will resume regular classes on October 1. They will be hosting an Open ... Read More »

Creator of Higher Brain Living to Speak October 20 in NYC

Michael Cotton, DC, will give a presentation on Higher Brain Living (HBL)—a technique he created and developed for advancing human potential by changing the physiology of the brain—on October 20 from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at the New York Marriott Marquis. During the presentation, which is free for those who preregister, Cotton will explain how HBL facilitators can earn income ... Read More »

Heart Wisdom Talks and Book Signings

Join award-winning author Dana Micucci this month in Manhattan for two dynamic events celebrating her latest book. Dana will be giving talks and book signings October 17-19 at the New Life Expo, taking place at the Hotel Pennsylvania (401 7th Avenue). On October 20, from 6-8 p.m., she will offer a mini-workshop at Namaste Bookshop (2 W. 14th Street). Micucci’s ... Read More »

NEWLIFE Expo Returns to the Big Apple

More than 200 innovative, cutting-edge exhibitors and leading authors and thought leaders in complementary holistic medicine will highlight the annual NEWLIFE Expo 2014, held from 3:30 to 10 p.m., October 17, 10 a.m. to 9 p.m., October 18 and 11 a.m. to 7:30 p.m., October 19, at the Hotel Pennsylvania, in Manhattan. The largest holistic health, alternative medicine, anti-aging, metaphysical ... Read More »

Refreshing America’s Spirit Since 1871

Naturally sodium-free and alkaline, with a 7.8 pH, plus an abundance of minerals, Mountain Valley Spring Water has been continuously bottled at the same high-quality, natural spring source in Hot Springs National Park, Arkansas, since 1871. Today, the company continues the tradition of offering its water in many packages, including five different sizes of glass bottles, ranging from the smaller ... Read More »