By Judi Lynch
Word Count – 708
Bio Word Count - 60
If we can accept the fact that big life changes bring us into metaphase with our soul’s journey they become much easier to grip. Change is difficult for many of us. It can mean that we may have to leave our comfort zone and embrace a new way of life. It can also be as simple as learning a new way to do something. One of the hardest things for us to evolve into is learning how to think in a different…Continue
Added by Judi Lynch on August 31, 2018 at 10:25am — No Comments
Abstract: In the process of awakening to our higher self and divine nature, we begin to recognize that reality isn’t a random set of circumstances for which we are at its mercy. All of our experience serves as a mirror for our inner world and what it reveals provides us with profound self-awareness, lessons, healing and growth. The reflection in reality also demonstrates to us our extraordinary ability to change and mold our…Continue
“We all wish there was another day that we could cram into that space between Saturday and Sunday. Saturday is a glorious day for many, a day when we can have lunch with friends or spend quality time with family, go out and have a great night out. Sunday, however, is that last resort – the last day before we have to go back to doing our usual – work, more work, chores, and even though the entire work week is pretty much the same, there is something mysterious…Continue
The mysterious connection between the mind and the body has been a burning question since the beginning of the mankind. Throughout history there have been many speculations regarding where our mind resides, whether it is in the heart as the ancient Egyptians thought, or in the…Continue
Comedian Russell Brand explains: “The reason I became a drug addict is that all throughout my life I felt this sense of irritation, agitation, this emptiness……Continue
A Humble Holiday Season Is The Best Gift You Can Share (752 words)
Abstract: If we want to celebrate the true meaning behind the holidays, LOVE, then we want to deliver what we want to receive. Let's be humble and make this our best holiday season yet.…Continue
“Awakening your purpose takes the same practice, persistence and patience as developing any new habit. Awakening is a process towards self-discovery that we are so much more than we perceive to be.” -Marc Lainhart
TIPS FOR AWAKENING – PART…Continue
Added by Marc Lainhart on August 16, 2018 at 3:30pm — No Comments
Abstract: We all have secrets. Writing about a secret is a form of confessional writing. This type of writing can be healing and cathartic. Why not take a few minutes to think about a secret and consider writing about it? You might be surprised what emerges!
Confessional writing or writing about a secret is writing written in the first person which describes someone’s deepest and most inner feelings. It can be in the form of an essay, letter,…Continue
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With one more Mother’s Day behind us, perhaps this is the perfect time to reflect on our relationship with the woman who shaped our lives more than we could ever fully fathom. Our fast-paced lives and constantly changing priorities often lead us to neglect this bond, and a single day per year is not nearly enough to show our appreciation, respect, and love for our parent.
Expressing love for our mothers is a state…Continue
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Abstract: How we can join together in unity to begin to heal the divisiveness that is plaguing our world today? We are passing through a critical time in human history as our world is drifting from “peace” to “pieces”. As conflicts and terror increase, there is a greater demand for spiritual openness and unity. It is time all of humanity joins together to evoke the spirit of tolerance and love to envelope Mother Earth. Unless we unite as spiritual beings above all economic,…Continue
Words carry power, and affect our day-to-day life. The challenge lies in acknowledging the words without internalizing them. Often, harsh and critical words are behavior related as observed by another person. It's our job to know the difference, and grow from the experience.
It's easy to internalize comments made by other people, and think its about our personality. There is a difference between…Continue
Untapped creativity is detrimental for your life, relationships, business, and career. In fact, if you believe that you are not creative or that there is no need for creativity, you could even become obsolete. According to the World Economic Forum’s the Future of Jobs report creativity will be third on the list of the top ten critical skills by 2020. In the short space of just five years, creativity has moved up seven places from ten to number three.
You can increase your creative…Continue
Some people think an essential oil is something you put in your car every 3,000 miles to keep the engine running. Others think it is used for frying fish and chips. Some may have heard about essential oils but chalk them off as some New Age fad and poo-poo them. Or, maybe someone gave you a sample kit of essential oils for your birthday, but you haven’t a clue what to do with them. However, a growing group of people use and understand how helpful essential oils can be.
Introduction: This purpose of this article is to show couples how to deal with uncertainties and insecurities in their romantic relationship.
Methods: This piece considers…Continue
With the rate in which technology is fast developing, speeding up the pace at which life moves and making the world a global village, it is really necessary for us to take out time to review our lives to find out which areas need improvement. Although these new and improved technologies offer us numerous luxuries and comforts, in the real sense, studies conducted on the impact of technologies on human lives have discovered that they actually do not make us happier, instead, people have…Continue
Perfectionism is an unreasonable goal, as it requires making absolutely no mistakes and doing everything right. Doing things right is so subjective, and you’ll go crazy trying to please everyone. A much more valuable alternative is self-realization, where you are made to…Continue
Abstract: What is the nature of sustainability? Cultivating sustainability within as a path to bringing forth a sustainable world. Questions to ask ourselves. Tips on how to create a new context of sustainable living from our inside out.
"The world is as we see it." -ancient Hindu scripture Yoga Vasistha
As we strive for a sustainable world we realize that we are also bringing forth a new context of sustainable living and being.…Continue
Osho who has been a profound experience in my life once said,”The experience of orgasm itself is always nonsexual. Even though you have achieved it through sex, it itself has no sexuality in it, and my own understanding is that meditation has grown out of the experience of orgasm.”
Yes ORGASMS are as PROFOUND as that!!! By combining erotic and ascetic techniques, states Brooks, a TANTRIC SCHOLAR, the Tantric broke down all social and internal assumptions, became Shiva-like! Combining…Continue
Added by Tinaheals on August 7, 2018 at 7:43am — No Comments
Okay people! I am finally writing about ORBS as I had promised some of you, besides one visited me yesterday.
What are ORBS?
Pale, colourful, spherical, for some of us who have been visited by these INTERDIMENSIONAL BEINGS, we know what they are(at least we have felt some pretty intense moments with them). They appear out of nowhere with high speeds and may hover around before they zip off and disappear.
I have had some electrifying experiences with ORBS and I love them,…Continue
Added by Tinaheals on August 7, 2018 at 7:37am — No Comments
Why is sex such taboo or embarrassment in our society? Why do we deny women the status of being sexual beings who need equal amounts of sex like men? Why does the sexually awakened women or the Lilith archetype scare society like fuck?
SEX CAN BE INTENSELY SPIRITUAL and EQUALLY INTENSE…Continue
Added by Tinaheals on August 7, 2018 at 7:23am — No Comments