Though I confess not to be big on New Year’s resolutions—most of them are things we should probably do year round—I do find that the new year is a great time to reaffirm the things that I want to do in my life. For me, one of the biggest aspects of my life is my relationship with my pets.
I’ve always had many pets, so to me, a house filled with fur and feathered children (and some scaly) is nothing new. My parrot talks up a storm, having a vocabulary that far exceeds the…Continue
Added by Mary Caelsto on January 4, 2014 at 4:27pm — No Comments
Upside down...turned around...overwhelmed, inspired, empowered...these are all feelings that can arise when you come upon an idea that completely changes your perspective on life. I have been reading The Highly Sensitive Person in Love, and I have seen my history of relationship and self identity reflected in its pages. It is taking a bit to reframe and re-interpret my life. But, the Aha moments are worth it. I feel like a piece of…Continue
Added by Gail Matheson, PhD on January 4, 2014 at 1:30pm — No Comments
Have you made your New Year’s Resolutions yet?
Stop making resolutions and commit instead to flow.
This is the year of listening to your body, for your body is part of Mother Nature and Her wisdom. The human body is an amazing machine, capable of incredible self-care, which is why it is always communicating to us exactly what it needs to thrive. But are we listening?
When we listen to the body, we listen to an intuitive and instinctual wisdom…Continue
A REVIVAL OF SACRED CULTURES AND RELIGIONS
By Nancy Oakes
Humanity has crossed over to a new era, a time when human beings are reuniting with their inner power, and breaking the chains from the old paradigms of patriarchal mind control. Coming out of the dark ages again into the light, we…Continue
I used to believe that the art of forgiveness was nearly impossible to master. I was always a sensitive person and every time I was hurt or someone else was the catalyst for my pain I believed that the other person had somehow wronged me. I would be angry and naturally I would hold a grudge against that person.
Forgiveness seemed like an easy task if the perceived wronging was petty enough and if that person made some kind of an attempt to make the perceived wrong right by way of…Continue
Whether you call it prayer or call it making a wish, most of the effort starts after that intention goes out into the Universe. If you’re going to ask for something or someone, are you sure you are ready to receive it?
The prep work following your prayer is as important as the actual getting. It’s important to understand that the answer to your wish/prayer comes…Continue
There is an old Star Trek Episode called (appropriately) The Empath. In this episode, Spock, McCoy and Kirk discover a woman from a race that has the empathic ability to take on another's injury and heal it within themselves. In this episode, the woman is so generous and loving, she must take on an injury too great and sacrifices herself for McCoy. It is a fairly cruel episode, as she was being experimented upon to see what…Continue
Seldom do we arrive in the moment
Rewinding back, skipping forward
Not to the good parts either
The places we are stuck
Forgetting we can be, different
Self organized solidity from infinity
Same thoughts, unconscious acts
And permanence endures
There are some who can hold space
For us, and themselves
Time slows here
Bending of an illusion
Seeing beauty in the minutia
Added by Angela Levesque on January 1, 2014 at 6:51pm — No Comments