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The Chinese New Year begins on the second new moon after winter solstice—this year that date is February 8. If you celebrated the western New Year, this could be a time for you to recommit to or revise your resolutions for 2016. The Chinese put as...

Every year we face the inevitable change of seasons. We are moving into the most yin time of year----dark, cold, black, dormancy, introspection. Better known as winter. As part of the yin-yang cycle, we are experiencing a time when things feel, well, dead. And, as...