Is abundance seem like a impossibility? Does manifestation seem to fall short of needs? It's all in the words we think, write, and speak. Learn 5 simple steps to improve word choices, and increase abundance in our lives.
Words are powerful! Words move energy! Words define our inner beliefs, and define who we are. They communicate with the greater world how we view ourselves. Yet, we use…Continue
Added by Karen Ulvestad on October 31, 2017 at 12:21pm — No Comments
Seven Ways to Bring Peace into Our Lives
By Judi Lynch
Word count – 692
Bio word count - 60
Our lives can get busy, complicated and confusing even with the best of intentions. If we remember to take the time and recharge our energy, we can help take control over stress and anxiety. Our consciousness thrives on peaceful practices which help align our miraculous ability to heal. This empowers us in many ways. Our physical bodies need rest to help charge our etheric…Continue
We have so much to be thankful for is often a sentiment that is not fully recognized by ourselves. The main focus is often on “gifts” we have received such as family, health, employment, nature, or talents. But what about the gift of service we provide to others and ultimately ourselves? Providing an opportunity to help others receive what they need, grow in ways we may need to grow, and being the Love, Life and Energy—God Is, within our…Continue
Added by Nickolas Martin on October 30, 2017 at 8:18am — No Comments
Abstract: Major life changes are more likely to throw us off our path of conscious living than anything else. Even the most spiritually grounded souls can lose control when the stress is beyond measure. And yet, these stressful times in life are truly gifts that offer the most opportunity for growth and creating positive change in our life. Managing our energy is of the utmost importance during these times, and it’s also the most difficult to manage during these times!
Despite massive effort to make progress on issues related to gender equality, women rights remains a key issue throughout the world. Women are faced with a consistent denial of rights and the legal discrimination that exist in almost all countries leaves them inferior to their male counterparts. For instance, participation in a college education today is lower for women than for men in many developing countries.
Learning institutions fail to introduce gender equality classes to their…Continue
Added by William Melton on October 26, 2017 at 11:00am — No Comments
“If I heal my ankle I won’t have to worry about it again.” Is that true? When we read about others healing process it makes it seem that the healing is permanent. We don’t believe so. Healing is an ongoing process.
When we catch a cold or break a ligament we must go through some form of…Continue
Abstract: A brief description of haters. Acknowledging that we often shame and blame them for many of the problems in the world. Discussion about acknowledging and embracing the hater within each of us. Tips on how to embrace our hater and set it free to be a loving catalyst for the changes we want to see in the world.
Haters are usually thought of as people who greatly dislike and criticize a person, group or thing. Haters are are often…Continue
Since legalizing cannabis, scientists have been able to study the benefits of it more than ever before. They’re finding positive results in the minds and in the brains of users. Not only can it help creatively, it can help your mental health. Here are 4 ways medical…Continue
Added by Rachelle Wilber on October 19, 2017 at 4:39pm — No Comments
Shakespeare poses a provocative question—“to be or not to be?”—within the opening to Hamlet’s soliloquy. A choice between the darker challenges of life or the unknown freedoms of death. But is that the question we must really ask ourselves? Or is the real question “to BE or not to BE?” A question asking if we are choosing, often unknowingly, a life-full (to BE) or a life-less (not to BE) existence, in the way we go about living our lives—here and now.…Continue
Added by Nickolas Martin on October 19, 2017 at 11:55am — No Comments
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In too many instances, the disabled or hindered less by their own physical condition than they are the limitations placed on them by others. It wasn’t long ago that most disabled people were nudged away from athletic competition, or placed in leagues or events where not much was expected of…Continue
Added by Luisa Brenton on October 17, 2017 at 6:30am — No Comments
By Darshan Goswami, M.S., P.E., Pittsburgh, PA
A lot of people share a fairly common misconception. They believe that having lots of money can make you happy. Some even…Continue
Added by Darshan Goswami on October 12, 2017 at 1:00pm — No Comments
By Dashan Goswami, M.S., P.E.
The Purpose of life is what you want to make out of it. Each of us has a unique purpose in life, and our happiness, growth and success lie in its realization. As humans, this purpose is to understand our relationship to a broader reality than our own — God-realization and realization of one's True Nature as Pure Consciousness. …Continue
short abstract (max 80 words) When one’s head, heart and 'will' collaborate with the feet and belly center/area, one gets a clearer and integrated picture of one’s inner wisdom and truth. Whereby it is easier to make more balanced and fine-tuned choices. Then one can also hear the call of one’s heart clearer, without noise or disturbance. Besides it brings more life energy for a natural state of being. How to realize this inner…Continue
Abstract: Embracing anger as an ally. How we can use our anger as part of the process of finding peace in ourselves and in the world.
Anger is rising as we make an enormous shift in human consciousness. If we look outside of ourselves to find the resolution we feel angry that we are not able to control how others think, feel and behave. If we try to hold back the anger we create an internal war within ourselves. It is easy to forget that anger is an…Continue
Life is hard. We need to hustle. In fact, we're lazy if we don't. But doesn't life feel like a struggle when we buy into this belief? We're in constant competition. We fight our way to the finish line, fight each other, fight ourselves. What if there was a way to attract our desires to us? Would you be interested to know how? When we realign with our the energy of our true desires we become magnets. We pull our creations to us instead of chasing them with a…Continue
The tendency to withdraw from painful experiences is a deeply embedded pattern. There are advantages for staying present for discomfort. The antidote to suffering lies not in the elimination of pain, but in our ability to meet it with compassion. Then we become able to respond to another’s…Continue
We’ve all got them—those family…Continue
Abstract: Just like the light is veiled in the darkness of the Winter Solstice, Mary Magdalene's archetypal energy has been veiled in a period of darkness for over two thousand years. Her sacred feminine energies are now emerging to bring light into the darkness and to restore balance within ourselves and humanity. This simple Magdalene Meditation is the perfect way to connect with her during the yuletide period.
The Winter Solstice is the longest night of the year, it also…Continue