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    harmonise the mind...the nature of human nature

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    Left Brain, Right Brain :)

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    Our ultimate goal is to live life with a balanced brain where we capitalize on the unique gifts of each of our hemispheres. Do you practice yoga or meditate? What different techniques do you use to "Step to the Right" of your left hemisphere brain chatter in order to live a more balanced life? ~Jill Taylor

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    Narcissistic Vicim Abuse - One would wonder how the victim tolerates living with an abuser who is so intolerant and hostile. For healthy relationships, tolerating intolerance is neither acceptable nor possible, but for the victim of narcissistic abuse it is vital for survival.

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