March 2016 Articles (100)

“Organic Garlicky White Pumpkin and Garbanzo Bean Soup”

Here is a great tasting twist on a traditional soup from Spain. This hearty soup is easy to make, takes no time at all to put together and it’s sure to please everyone. Plus it’s full of the nutritional power of organic pumpkin and garbanzo beans. …


Added by Dr. Paul Haider on March 17, 2016 at 12:46pm — No Comments

“Be Like Light - Be Like Water”

It’s important to give up all worry to our Higher Power. And when we pray it’s vital that we say “Thank You for everything, You give and You take away, all for my highest good”. …


Added by Dr. Paul Haider on March 17, 2016 at 12:44pm — No Comments

Getting to the Light!

Many have been going through some very strange things these past few weeks, and we all know that some will often call us light workers as people who have lost the plot, or living in cloud cuckoo land - believe me we are not! 

The changes are absolutely necessary for the new templates to be created, and for our next…


Added by Deane Thomas on March 17, 2016 at 10:00am — 2 Comments

Stepping into the River of Grace

Grace is a perennial, eternal river that is always flowing. Grace is always flowing out to all of us, surrounding us. Grace is always available to everyone. Grace is absolutely impartial; no one gets a bigger allotment than anyone else. 


If we take prana [the essential, life-sustaining force and vital energy that enters the body through the breath] as an analogy to grace, prana is everywhere. It is all…


Added by Shuddhaanandaa Brahmachari on March 17, 2016 at 12:54am — 2 Comments

Six Ways to Be More Mindful, Even With a Busy Life

A lot of us are career busy-bodies, swept up with our family's needs, students racing to complete assignments, or entrepreneurs. As spiritual individuals, we often need to stretch beyond traditional time management to include a strong foundation of mindfulness in our own lives. Doing so takes some careful examination of how we could increase awareness without adding time to our already full schedules. Here are some of the ways to foster a regular routine of…


Added by Arien Smith on March 16, 2016 at 2:30pm — 7 Comments

“Organic Malanga Root - Lots of Health Benefits and Tasty”

Malanga Root or Yarrow Root is well know in Florida, the Southern States, California, and other warm locations. And in South America, the Philippines, Asia, Africa, and the Caribbean and other places in the world. This wonderful food has lots of health benefits and it grows fast, and it’s great food during hard times. Malanga is full of potassium, has a low glycemic index compared to potatoes, it’s good for diabetics,…


Added by Dr. Paul Haider on March 16, 2016 at 12:45pm — No Comments

“Synchronicity — The Land-Line of God”

There have been hundreds of thousands of cases where people knew about something just before it happened. Take for instance the other morning a good friend was working out at the gym and all of a sudden it came to him that one of his clients would not be able to make her appointment. And right after that a text arrived from one of his clients, asking for a reschedule because her car was in the shop — True…


Added by Dr. Paul Haider on March 16, 2016 at 12:43pm — No Comments

Take Our Test for Your Success Path

Do you have the mindset of living a life filled with promise and purpose or have you been lead down a path that looks unhappy and hopeless? I’ve know a few folks (fortunately, they’re in the minority) who view life through a film of gloom, an unwillingness to relinquish this mindset, and without work habits that will help them to change.

Song lyrics from the musical South Pacific say “You’ve got to have a dream. If you don’t have a dream, how you gonna make a dream come true?” …


Added by Maria Khalife on March 16, 2016 at 9:30am — 1 Comment

“Healing Diabetes is All About Food”

There have been a number of cases where people have been completely healed of their diabetes because they changed their eating habits and lifestyle. Take for instance a football player Marc Ramirez who had a family history of diabetes and some of his relatives also lost limbs and their eye sight because of their diabetes. And he even got to the point of taking 2 insulin shots a day and 5 medications— Not Good. But with…


Added by Dr. Paul Haider on March 15, 2016 at 1:02pm — No Comments

“Some Throw Stones When They See Fruit on a High Limb”

When fruit hangs from a high limb some throw stones to knock it down. This is the nature of man, we see something beautiful and the way we deal with it can be positive or a challenge. …


Added by Dr. Paul Haider on March 15, 2016 at 1:00pm — No Comments

Conscious Allowing

In a culture of deeds and doers, it seems a bit – or even extremely – passive to simply allow.  Allow what? Allow the hungry to starve? Allow an abusive relationship to continue? Allow my house to get messy and taxes to go unfiled? Our fear-based egos start to drum up all kinds of scenarios to demonstrate the…


Added by Veronica Lee on March 14, 2016 at 9:15pm — 1 Comment

Transcending Limitation: The Importance of Stepping Outside of Your Comfort Zone

    Each of us has hopes, dreams, and passions for ourselves as individuals, and for the impact we wish to have upon others and the planet.  We all want to shine, and use our gifts to their utmost expression.  We all want to make our mark on the Earth, contribute, and impact others in the most positive and inspiring way we can.  Many of us, however, sell ourselves short.  We box ourselves in with limitations and obstacles.

    Many times the only thing which stands between us,…


Added by Amanda Goins on March 14, 2016 at 7:11pm — 3 Comments

Inner Peace: Benefits of Ayurvedic over Western Relaxation Methods

The benefits of Ayurvedic Medicine for relaxation and overall well-being are innumerable. Yes, Western medicine can be effective and a scientifically-valid method of healthcare. However, the Western approach to medicinal care will not leave you without suffering. Ayurvedic medicinal care requires a conscious…


Added by Rachelle Wilber on March 14, 2016 at 5:00pm — 1 Comment

“16 Health Benefits of Organic Chayote Squash”

“The Whole Plant is Edible”

Chayote is…


Added by Dr. Paul Haider on March 14, 2016 at 1:13pm — No Comments

“Love and Life are Like Gardening”

Once there was a gardener and he was very successful to the point that his garden was so beautiful that people came for hundreds of miles to see his creation. And everyone wanted to know his secrets to growing all those beautiful flowers, fruits, and veggies, and this is what he had to say. …


Added by Dr. Paul Haider on March 14, 2016 at 1:11pm — No Comments

Spiritual S.E.E.D.S.

Ask any person new to gardening, what is the hardest part to get used to, and they will almost undoubtedly say...PATIENCE! The many pathways in Spirituality is no different and is a lot like gardening. It requires patience, waiting, trust, confidence, digging, timing, daily discipline, and getting out there in life and planting what I call "Spiritual S.E.E.D.S."

One day after those Spiritual seeds are planted and start to…


Added by Marc Lainhart on March 13, 2016 at 11:16pm — No Comments

Is Money Cheating On You?

Is Money Cheating on You?

Crafted by Jaden Sterling


Do you often feel cheated when it comes to having money in your life? Do you feel like money is unfaithful to you and calls on everyone else but you? Do you often wonder why some people have lots of money while others don’t?


In this brief questionnaire you will quickly know whether you are inspiring money to cheat on your or to remain faithful.…


Added by Jaden Sterling on March 13, 2016 at 3:35pm — 1 Comment

In Pursuit of Misbegotten Greatness

In Pursuit of Misbegotten Greatness

by Kathy Custren

It is an interesting, if not strange, time in which we live today. For as much as many of us educated or 'enlightened' beings are reminded about enjoying the here and now, perhaps there are as many…


Added by Kathy Custren on March 13, 2016 at 1:30pm — No Comments

“Answering a Few Questions from the Audience”

Here are some answers to questions that people have asked lately. 

Why I am feeling sad and full of emotions lately?

Why are their times when I am feeling fearful?…


Added by Dr. Paul Haider on March 13, 2016 at 9:44am — No Comments

Love and Fear

There are only two types of thought: love and fear. Thoughts of love are all good-feeling thoughts. They are love, happiness, security, joy, fun, excitement, relief, exhilaration, passion interest, camaraderie, hope, glee, etc. Thoughts of fear are envy, hatred, jealousy, boredom, apathy, discrimination, anger, insecurity, etc. Every decision is made out of love or fear. Fear is the potential for loss of love.

Hatred is not the opposite of love, it is a component of love. You…


Added by Gary Temple Bodley on March 13, 2016 at 9:00am — No Comments

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