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Chronic Fatigue Syndrome: When One Is Tired of Being Tired

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by Ruthie Harper

Short bouts of fatigue are a normal part of life when associated with excessive physical activity, overwork or a period of stress or illness. However, when suffering from severe fatigue that persists for months or even years and is accompanied by the symptoms listed below, one may be suffering from chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS).

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Learn Light Language Through Light Language School of Ascension’s Speaking Activation and Elaboration

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Light Language Speaking Activation and Elaboration, to take place 10 a.m. to 6:30 p.m., June 25 and 26, is a two-day soul family gathering event which is considered as Level 1 and 2 training of the Light Language School of Ascension. It is the first and foremost Language of Light holistic school in the world. Speaking the Language of Light can be a catalyst for soul ascension, and it is a major upgrade for the dormant consciousness and can improve the quality of authentic soul.

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Yoga-Mitra for Harmony, Health and Happiness

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Gurukul Yoga Holistic Center (GYHC) is a Science of Living Institution offering authentic holistic services including yoga, nutrition and reiki with locations in Austin as well as Bridgewater, New Jersey. To spring forward this season, GYHC is accepting enrollments for its therapeutic yoga teacher-training program, G Y-TT, which begins in May. Recognized by the Yoga Alliance and the International Association of Yoga Therapists (supporting member school), the training program runs from nine months to over a year.

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Celebrate Spring at the SpringShine Festival

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Whole Life Learning Center (WLLC), an innovative school in South Austin committed to holistic education, will hold its second annual SpringShine festival on May 7. Attendees can enjoy bouncy castles, crafts, food, music, fun family activities and a silent auction. Proceeds from this year’s fair will help build a new classroom and improve the playground with more space and equipment.

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Meditation for Daily Life

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The importance of meditation has been taught from time immemorial, and today, meditation is more relevant than ever. The West has had many great meditation teachers and currently the United States is experiencing renewed interest in meditation, as more people are closing their eyes and looking within for relief from pressures of every day life.

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Concert Celebrates Indigenous Peoples of Brazil

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Indigenous Celebration (IC), a Florida-based nonprofit with a mission to help transfer the wisdom between indigenous peoples and the modern world through celebrating culture, while empowering indigenous peoples to thrive as natural guardians of the environment, is excited to continue this celebration with a concert tour, September 30 through October 17. The series of performances will swing through Miami, New York City and Los Angeles and feature eight members of the Yawanawá tribe’s—indigenous people from the remote Amazon forest of Acre, Brazil.

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