I have always been a cat person, even if I love corgis, huskies, and dachshunds. However, I never really had an indoor companion animal growing up since my mom has asthma. Thank God I live in… More
Many say that life entered the human body by the help of music, but the truth is that life itself is music. —Hafiz
A little chanting goes a long way.
In the Sikh, Hindu and Buddhist traditions, the faithful often utter out repetitive syllables that dispel fear and worries away from them. These mantras—words strung together and repeated to remember one’s purpose and faith—are helpful to anyone who needs to remember who they are.
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More than anything, many of us want to be abundant. We want to be wealthy and healthy. It’s a basic need to be secure in these two things, among others.
There’s a problem though: many people believe that what they desire is in the future. Physically and temporally, it is. But at a deeper level, what we want the most is already within us, and it’s already influencing our lives. Once we want something, we become attracted to it. And bit by bit the idea materializes itself into the present moment.
I was taking a shower at my mom’s house after yoga one night, and I noticed that she had a new bottle of shampoo.
It’s called “Gugo Shampoo,” and it’s rather popular here in the Philippines.
I said to myself, “Hey, I know this. People talk about this.” So while the warm water flowed down my skin, I squeezed the bottle and lathered up my hair.
After washing my hair, I decided (belatedly) to read the ingredients. To my surprise, this so-called healthy, organic product contains Sodium lauryl sulfate, a known skin and eye irritant.
I stuck with my vegan, GMO-free shampoo after that. I also made it a point to read the ingredients before buying or using them.
Aside from Sodium lauryl sulfate, what other ingredients should you watch out for?
These 4 toxic gunks.