Somaly Mam has Hope

Somaly Mam has Hope

Human trafficking, a multi-billion dollar industry, is the fastest growing criminal enterprise in the world, with over two million women and children are sold into sexual slavery each year. Born into a tribal minority family in the Mondulkiri province of Cambodia and...

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Nick Ortner has a Tapping Solution

Nick Ortner has a Tapping Solution

Psychologist Roger Callahan discovered tapping in the early 80s, and Gary Craig’s EFT (Emotional Freedom Technique) Handbook popularized the movement. It is a combination of ancient Chinese acupressure and modern psychology and this ground breaking, and simple healing...

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Super Souls becomes Soul Love

Super Souls becomes Soul Love

After fourteen months of posting beautiful interviews and other inspiring posts and events, Super Souls has been renamed as Soul Love. We believe that this new name represents our mission of spreading Love even better. That's it! Nothing else changes! Please keep...

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Pure Love

Pure Love

Pure Love is the universal energy, the infinite life force that binds us together as one. When we ask ourselves the question “What is Pure Love?” we often think of it as something we give to another and in many cases we feel that we can also take it away when we...

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5 Steps to Mindfulness in Everyday Life

5 Steps to Mindfulness in Everyday Life

By Dr Elise Bialylew Mindfulness is the new black. It is an effective mental technique, borrowed from the two thousand year old Buddhist contemplative practice and adapted to suit non-religious contexts, including board rooms, corporations, hospitals, schools and...

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