“Every now and then go away, have a little relaxation, for when you come back to your work, your judgment will be surer.” Leonard da Vinci
Schedule Recess, Big People Call it Constructive Rest.
Remember the ‘old’ days when it was okay to leave a building screaming for joy at the top of your lungs? How long has it been since you have had the chance to listen to the sound of glee at the local elementary school as recess begins or school has let out for the… Continue
Added by Marsha Cook on September 30, 2009 at 7:30pm —
“If you have zest and enthusiasm, you attract zest and enthusiasm. Life does give back in kind.” ~ Norman Vincent Peale
I would like you to take a moment and reflect on the words “my one sweet life.” Do you feel a sense of privilege and honor being here, being alive, being You? I think that we are so blessed to be here and in this experience call life, and loving this life is a key element for succeeding in it.
When I learned to love my life, I unfolded a high state of… Continue
Added by Maria Khalife on September 28, 2009 at 12:47pm —
9 I who am host to God am worthy of Him. 10 He Who established His dwelling place in me created it as He would have it be. 11 It is not needful that I make it ready for Him, but only that I do not interfere with His plan to restore to me my own awareness of my readiness, which is eternal. 12 I need add nothing to His plan. 13 But to receive it, I must be willing not to substitute my own in place of… Continue
Added by Chris Anderson/Onefeather on September 25, 2009 at 9:54am —
CryptoNumerology & The Apotheosis: Adding Another Layer To Dan Brown's Latest Mystery
By Gary Val Tenuta, author of The Ezekiel Code
Two books have been released this year, each focusing on the esoteric underpinnings of the foundation of the Unites States of America and the symbolism related to these underpinnings that are scattered all over Washington… Continue
Added by Gary Val Tenuta on September 24, 2009 at 7:20am —
A few weeks ago, I lost a dear, beloved friend, Brindle, who spent over 30 years playing African Diasporic music, and was one of the most powerful women drummers I know. Brindle was the lead percussionist in Pele Juju. Shortly after her passing, she was honored at a drum and dance gathering. When I first arrived, I felt so overwhelmed with grief that I wasn’t sure I could even drum. For her sake, I found the courage to enter the building. As I began to play a traditional life celebration… Continue
Added by Afia Walking Tree on September 22, 2009 at 7:00pm —
I was at a conference that was training people to be speakers. The program was held near the beach, I believe it was South Padre Island. While I was there, we did a lot of cool exercises including using one’s imagination in “entering” the body of another person (that is a story unto itself).
Anyway while there, they showed a video on “If this was the first day or the last day of your life”. It was a concept that I began to play in my head. I woke up early the next morning and started… Continue
Added by Cindy Shelton on September 22, 2009 at 6:00pm —
Intuition can be a powerful tool for making decisions, but how do you know that your gut feeling is coming from inner awareness and not inner resistance? Hidden fears can cloud your insights and steer you wrong. Your instincts may be like fool’s gold instead of the genuine article. To discover if you’ve mined true inner wisdom, use the following steps for mindful exploration.
1. Think about your current situation and note the quality of the emotions and thoughts you’re experiencing.… Continue
Added by Ronald Alexander on September 22, 2009 at 5:38pm —
To be emotionally free you can’t remain naïve about relationships. Some people are positive and mood elevating. Others can suck optimism and serenity right out of you. Vampires do more than drain your physical energy. The super-malignant ones can make you believe you’re an unworthy, unlovable wretch who doesn’t deserve better. The subtler species inflict damage by making smaller digs which can make you feel bad about yourself—for instance, “Dear, I see you’ve put on a few pounds” or “You’re… Continue
Added by Judith Orloff on September 22, 2009 at 5:00pm —
The Decree of the Golden Circle of LOVE
In this living moment of the eternal now, I AM merging my 5D awareness with my 3D awareness. I am connected to MY I AM PRESENCE that completely guides my life.
As I invocate and decree, I AM in full service to the Christed…
Added by Jacqui Johnson on September 22, 2009 at 3:30pm —
I am creating wealth, affluence, opulence, and opportunities for the world every day in every way, as I am anchoring Heaven on Earth. And So it is for it is now written and done. So be it.
Namaste and hugs with joyous miracles and divine blessings,
Added by Jacqui Johnson on September 22, 2009 at 2:04pm —
Raise your hand if you really enjoy listening to the music on the National Public Radio show Hearts of Space. To those who raised their hands, bless you, but you may not enjoy this article. If you didn’t raise your hand, I agree with you, that music puts me to sleep. In general such music is typically intended to relax the mind and aid in meditation. In order to not be distracting such music typically is of slow tempo and evolves slowly. As such this music is not really intended for listening… Continue
Added by Steve Chandler on September 21, 2009 at 7:23pm —
Summary: Can your beliefs physically hurt you? If you merely expect to get better when you are ill will you? Studies confirm that the power of the placebo affect has a profound impact on how we heal. Take care to foster positive beliefs that benefit your health and well-being by being aware of how you program your mind in various situations.
We Accept Positive and Negative Suggestions without Conscious Thought
Once, when I was nine years old, I came down with a horrible… Continue
Added by Brandelyn Jokiel on September 21, 2009 at 4:00pm —
October is surely one of the most enchanting months of the year. Our spirits reawaken to the world as we take note of the changing season. The long days now give way to darkness as evenings cool and nights lengthen. Energy crackles in the air as leaves swirl at our feet and are sent to whirl down the streets.
As the days grow shorter and the cold sets in, instinct signals us to stray from our diets as the natural process of hibernation begins. Work with your instincts and plan your… Continue
Added by Lorri Amsden on September 21, 2009 at 3:30pm —
Let’s examine the ideas of will power and self discipline, because both of them are helpful tools to make your life happier, healthier, and more successful. Does thinking about will power make you cringe, or does it make you happy?
The idea of will power has several concepts wrapped into it: self-discipline and self-control and focus are some. On the opposite side, you might find impulsiveness or the inability to delay gratification.
If you want to be successful, I… Continue
Added by Maria Khalife on September 21, 2009 at 12:54pm —
Rhythm. What a word! Close your eyes and spell it. Not that easy, is it? Rhythm is one of the deepest connections we have to everything. Truly, EVERYTHING. Space has a pulse. Energy moves through and around us in waves. If we find a way to make a pleasing, moving rhythm within the world, things just seem to fall into place and feel better. Continue
Most of the winning moves in video games I used to play with my kids were related to finding the correct rhythm within…
Added by Joy on September 20, 2009 at 11:25am —
“As we grow as unique persons, we learn to respect the uniqueness of others.” Robert Schuller
Relationship and Closure
A question that was recently posed to me was’ “What do you do with unresolved feelings from a relationship that is long gone and ended on a sour note?” And I thought, ‘Wow, great question!’
To answer I will begin by asking some questions of my own...if you had a stone in your shoe, would you continue to walk around with that stone creating a… Continue
Added by Marsha Cook on September 20, 2009 at 9:00am —
Target: Future Secretary of Energy
Sponsored by: Care2
Some states are working overtime to prevent climate change. But strong climate change prevention initiatives should not be limited to only seven out of fifty states. We must unite as one country to fight global warming.
Governors from California, Arizona, New Mexico, Oregon, Washington, Utah and Montana have joined forces with leaders of four Canadian provinces to reduce greenhouse gas emissions above and beyond… Continue
Added by Ms.Gypsy on September 18, 2009 at 2:50pm —
Stop the Construction of Dirty Coal Plants
Target: U.S. Congress
Sponsored by: Care2
Coal production is a leading cause of smog, acid rain, and harmful air toxics. Coal-fired power plants release over 40% of total U.S. carbon dioxide emissions, making them the biggest contributor to human-made causes of global warming.
Yet there are current plans for building nearly 100 new coal-fired power plants across America.
Fortunately, U.S. Representatives Henry… Continue
Added by Ms.Gypsy on September 18, 2009 at 2:43pm —
Help Stop Misleading "Clean Coal" Campaigns
Sponsored by: Care2
In reality, there is no such thing as "clean" coal in America today. Coal cannot be called 'clean' until its CO2 emissions are captured and stored safely.
Let's be clear: there are no U.S. homes, factories, shopping centers or churches powered by coal plants that capture and store their global warming pollution.
Today, coal power plants emit carbon dioxide (CO2), the pollutant causing the… Continue
Added by Ms.Gypsy on September 18, 2009 at 2:36pm —
Pollution! (i.e. - Share Your Crazy Ideas!)
Sponsored by: Care2
Crazy ideas may be exactly what we need to get us out of the environmental mess we're in. Read on, and share some other crazy ideas with your peers.
Growing plants and trees on top of a landfill could reduce the production and release of harmful gases such as methane and carbon dioxide.
This process, known as "phytocapping," is the subject of a recent study by Australian scientists that… Continue
Added by Ms.Gypsy on September 18, 2009 at 2:34pm —