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Stress and Practical Ways to Manage It

Stress and Practical Ways to Manage It We live in a fast-paced world, and while chronic stress is common, it takes a toll on your mind and body. Stress doesn’t always have to be negative though. It can also help you perform under pressure and motivate you to do your best. But when you constantly run in…
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Prosocial Design Method

Prosocial Design Method What Is Prosocial Design Method? The word ‘prosocial’ refers to an attitude, behavior, belief or institution that is focused on the well-being of others and society as a whole. “Prosocial is the first change method based on evolutionary science to enhance cooperation and collaboration for groups of all types and…
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The Benefits of Holistic Touch

The Benefits of Holistic Touch Did you know the word ‘stress’ didn’t even exist 100 years ago? Today stress is so prevalent that it has been named the “health epidemic of the 21st century”. Sadly, there’s no magic cure to reduce the stress we feel with today’s busy lifestyle. What we can do, though, is…
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Restore Life Balance

Restore Life Balance Stressed. Overcommitted. Exhausted. Overwhelmed. Busy. These are the answers we have to the question, “How are you?” And yet we often respond with a simple, “I’m good.” We feel that we are unable to admit that “good” is the furthest thing from the truth because we believe that everyone feels…
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The Super Chicken Study Part 3: Making our teams match the reality of our Oneness

The Super Chicken Study Part 3: Making our teams match the reality of our Oneness The revolutionary thing about the Prosocial model is that by focusing on collaboration within and between groups, we actually achieve an evolutionary advantage. In fact, we would not be here if it were not for our cooperative ancestors. Remember what Wilson said, "Teamwork is baked into the genetic architecture of our minds."Also, remember the Super Chicken study, if we are looking solely through a competitive lens, the cooperative chickens were the winners by far. They produced the most eggs and also, did not peck each other to death! The paradox of the Prosocial model is that, by moving our focus from competition to collaboration, we actually gain an evolutionary advantage...
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Get Involved At Seton Cove

Get Involved At Seton Cove At Seton Cove Spirituality Center, we want to provide you with every opportunity to grow deeper in your understanding of self, community, and The Great Mystery of the Divine. We provide many services to help you succeed in your spiritual practice and live a life that is balanced in mind,…
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The Super Chicken Study Part 1: Why Collaboration is the New Competition

The Super Chicken Study Part 1: Why Collaboration is the New Competition "Daddy, why are the new chickens going bald?!" was the question my daughter asked as she ran back inside the house.My daughters had just returned from their grandmother's, excited to go into the backyard and visit the new chickens we had integrated into our existing flock while they were gone. Our three older ladies had come with the hen house when we bought it and were great egg layers, but were also getting very old. Soon they would stop laying and we knew we needed to introduce some younger chickens if we were going to maintain egg production.
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Introducing Mary C. Earle

Introducing Mary C. Earle Seton Cove, as an inter-faith community, seeks to learn from teachers and spiritual directors from all denominations and backgrounds. We believe that you can experience the Great Mystery of the Divine without limiting yourself to one style of teaching or one specific way of thinking. This is why we are…
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Mindfulness Makes Your Commute More Enjoyable

Mindfulness Makes Your Commute More Enjoyable Cars whiz past you, cut you off, then slam on their brakes. Drivers refuse to eat their own mistakes, so when they realize they’re in the wrong lane and need to exit now, you’re the one who suffers. Suddenly, everyone is stuck. You see brake lights for miles. The clock…
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