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7 Stages to Finding Your Passion by Gail Straub
The process of finding your passion is a gestalt with many interconnected qualities. For most leaders I’ve worked with, that process encompasses seven stages: 1. Get Quiet Enough to Hear Your Passion Calling You More
Omega Institute Healthy & Sexy at 75: An Interview With Mimi Kirk
An Interview With Mimi Kirk
Omega: You are in your mid-70s and very healthy. Do you think there's a way to feel your age, or even feel old, while maintaining a sense of grace and vitality? More
8 Ways to Cultivate More Creativity in Teens
Art and creativity can be easily overlooked in the development of young adults, but research shows it plays an important role in their lives. More
Omega Institute Relaxing Into Creative Writing by Maia Danziger
On opening night of my first professional show, I stood backstage at the Circle in the Square Theatre on Broadway and peered out from the wings at the gathering crowd. I was very young and very frightened. As the house lights dimmed, I felt a hand on my shoulder. “Are you scared, kid?” I looked up into Eli Wallach’s eyes. I nodded. “Terrified.” “Don’t be,” he said. “You’ve done your work. Now just relax and stay out of your own way.” More
Omega Institute Nourishing Green Juice by Shivanter Singh
Drinking freshly prepared juice is one of the most effective ways to cleanse your body of toxins while regenerating new cellular growth. When combining a variety of fresh fruits and leafy greens in a juice, you drink in an alkalizing, nutritious and anti-inflammatory liquid elixir. Try this nutritious and invigorating combination of cucumber, apple, kale, lemon, celery, and spicy ginger to keep you vital on both a physical and cellular level.  Approximately 2 servings  More
Omega Institute Spirited Dialogue by Richard Blanco
An Interview With Richard Blanco
Omega: What's your writing process like? Do you allocate time every day to writing? Richard: I write in spurts. There's the adage that writers need to write every day, but I think that needs some qualifying. The idea is to pay attention to the world every day, as a writer. I jot down things in a journal, I achieve an active sort of psyche as a writer. I think that is part of writing every day. But like most people, sometimes I just don't have time to sit down and write.  More

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