UPLIFT Weekly No. 73  15 – 21 April 2017

Are there conscious alternatives to traditional university?
Is passive-aggression ruining your relationship?
How can we rapidly relieve stress?

This week on UPLIFT, we celebrate Earth Day with the ancient Hawaiian tradition of Ho’oponopono; we discover three ways to cultivate gratitude; and Dr Bruce Lipton and Margaret Horton share their insights on what it takes to make love last. Plus, on the UPLIFT Podcast, we hear an inspiring story from a child soldier that shows the healing and transformational powers of empathy. 
Here are the top articles from this week. Visit upliftconnect.com for more!

Ho’oponopono for Earth Day

This ancient Hawaiian tradition can help us heal ourselves and the planet.

Conscious Universities for the New Generation

Technology and learning have been based on a story of separation. How can we use them to unite us?

Ancient Japanese Healing Technique for Rapid Stress Relief

Learn to use this practical, hands-on method for a happier and healthier life.

Is Passive-Aggression Ruining Your Relationship?

Learning to express anger in a healthy way helps couples resolve conflicts, instead of letting them simmer.

A Helpful Guide to Cultivating Gratitude

Three ways to develop a true appreciation for yourself and the world around you.

The UPLIFT Podcast

A Lesson in Empathy From a Child Soldier

An inspiring story about the healing and transformational powers of empathy.
You can also listen directly on our website HERE

Choosing Love

“Choosing love is probably one of the most important choices I’ve made in my life.”
Dr Bruce Lipton and Margaret Horton open up about their
relationship and what it takes to make love last.
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