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Wellbeing

  • World Earth Day Wisdom

    'Only when the last tree has died and the last river has been poisoned and the last fish has been caught, will we realise that we cannot eat money!' - Cree Indian Proverb Today is Earth Day and we have to realise our duty to help sustain and protect it. At Wellicious we are dedicated to our environment, we use eco-friendly fabrics, produce in E ...

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  • The Phases of Life

      As a woman we travel through a raft of emotional and physical phases in our lives from childhood to teenage years, from early adulthood and for some to motherhood, then to middle age to menopause, senior to older years. In the past we were encouraged to make the most of our young years as they “don’t last forever” so we try and fail and ...

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  • Hiking; how to work those muscles

    Jessica Medros, our Roman Ambassador is currently doing her doctorate in physical therapy in California has sent us this interesting Blog entry. If you enjoy hiking then please do read this interesting article to learn which muscles are crucial to hiking so that you can become more mindful of your body while enjoying the outdoors pain-free. For ...

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  • Yoga Nidra - Learning to relax in a busy World

    "At the point of sleep when sleep has not yet come and external wakefulness vanishes, at this point being is revealed." (Vigyana Bhairava Tantra) Have you ever been angry and someone told you to "relax"? Or perhaps been upset, anxious or stressed and been advised to "just relax"? Maybe suffered with insomnia due to too many thoughts? Unfortunat ...

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  • Arriving home

    Who doesn't know that special feeling of getting home. It's deep, warm and just giving you comfort and security, isn't it? Even when you are far away from what is “home” for you, you can always trust your intuition when it comes to the question “Do I feel at home here?”. Within the last few weeks I was lucky to experience this feeling twice. Fi ...

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  • The effect of prana on the body

    Life starts with an inhalation – as a new-born it's the first time we receive prana through our own inhalation into our lungs. Although prana was there at the very beginning, the time of conceiving, this is the first active intake of prana. Prana is the life force, an energy we not only experience through breath but also through our lifestyle, ...

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  • Meditation – searching peace within

    When I got more interested in Yoga and had a deeper look into the philosophy I came across Patanjali's eight limbs of Ashtanga Yoga. That was the first time I was taught that Yoga doesn't only include the physical asanas (exercises) but has eight different levels or limbs as they are called in the yogic world. The last stage is Samadhi – pure ...

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  • Indulge yourself this Christmas

    Let's be honest, January can be testing. You’ve had some time off, parties galore, excessive eating and for some even a tipple or two too many… before you know it your back to work, back in a routine trying to warm yourself with soups and purge yourself with salad to get those extra pounds off… and of course that NEW YEAR promise to not drink ...

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  • Detox your body and mind

    Detox means to eliminate toxins which nestle down in our bodies. These days there is nothing we can do to stay completely clean from toxins. The reason I am saying this is that we not only consume toxins from the food we eat, like pesticides in vegetables but also through other influences. The environment for example is another source or in our ...

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  • The Sacral Chakra; emotional well-being & a calm state of mind.

    Pictured: The Daisy London Sacral Chakra bracelet. The Sacral Chakra, based upon an orange colouring, focuses on how we react to new people and new experiences, and whether or not we find it easy to connect and accept them. It is also focused upon our emotional being & state of mind, emotions such as love, hate & jealously. The Sacral ...

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