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10 of the world’s best meditation retreats

Oct 19, 2015
10 of the world’s best meditation retreats

Dear students and friends, I came across this article on CNN and thought that I should share it with all of my blog readers. The article is on 10 of the best meditation retreats in the world! When I read it, I couldn’t help but think that it’s very much how I would like...

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Time to relax audio… play it…

Feb 23, 2012
Time to relax audio… play it…

The sounds of nature are very relaxing when you need to unwind. What I usually do after blogging or a long day is to play one of these videos in the background...

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