We see and think that we know, but it is only our mind that sees and knows. We see and interpret everything through our mind.
We think that we possess and control our mind to our own convenience in the world, to move around the world and make correct decisions. We think that our own…Continue
As I walk along the tree lined streets in November, I am mesmerized by the varying colors of falling leaves coming down around me. It reminds me of the beauty that is present in death.
You may be an individual who finds this time of year very emotionally challenging. The thought of facing the holidays without the physical presence of your loved one is sometimes too much to bear. You would…Continue
"A love without reproof is no love."
---Rabbi Yosi ben Chanina
Reproof is defined as rebuke or criticism. You may feel safer by seething silently when irked by a potential or actual marriage partner's behavior. But sometimes speaking up, with kindness and respect, at a time when both of you are calm, is the best thing to do.
Keeping a grievance inside can result in distancing behaviors and…Continue
Take yourself back to early childhood - to Christmas Eve. Excitement abounds, there is a sense of joy, fun, anticipation and pure magic in the air. We hang our stockings up by the fireplace and are told that "if we are good, Santa will bring us lots of presents". These aren't any old presents, oh no, these are the things that you have wished for all year and Santa is no ordinary man - he can squeeze down chimneys, has elves to help him make the presents and delivers these to your door by a…Continue
Added by Jeni Powell on November 2, 2015 at 4:57pm — No Comments
Communication is under the domain of the throat chakra and it is not uncommon for it to be out of balance. Either the chakra is too open in relation to the rest of them, or it can even be completely shut down. In contemplating why I see this over and over again with clients, it made me wonder. Is there something special about this time in humanity that causes our throat chakra to be out of balance? Part of it is that our means of communication have changed so much over that past two decades.…Continue
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I take lots of walks in the woods with my Shih Tzu, Chrissy. Chrissy has an amazing ability to spot chipmunks in the piles of leaves.
She resists her leash as she tries to go after the chipmunk, eyes locked on the spot where she saw it. The tiny creature has since darted away and is long gone, yet Chrissy is not willing to give up. She…
Intuition: Accessing Your Inner Wisdom
"The only real valuable thing is intuition." - Albert Einstein
The purpose of this essay is to make you more aware how to you access your inner voice and to understand and apply your intuition so that you can live a more fulfilling, peaceful and joyful life.
Intuition is the power and ability to…Continue
Added by Geoffrey Jowett on November 2, 2015 at 11:00am — No Comments
Emotional osmosis in highly sensitive individuals is an interesting mechanism which acts to purify negative emotions, yours and others. How does it work?
Highly sensitive people are more permeable, you flow in and out of your energy field and are not as attached to the 3d world, leaving you open to sensing beyond the 5 senses. Think of a tea bag, water flows in and permeates the tea leaves then the mixture flows out filling the cup ... that's osmosis.
The Green Ray of Faith and Devotion
By Judi Lynch
Article word count - 750
Bio word count - 60
The Sixth Ray of the seven streams of light energy is green. The souls who resonate on the green ray are described as true believers. They hold an intensity to their convictions that can ride out…Continue
Added by Judi Lynch on November 1, 2015 at 9:04am — No Comments
Enough is an interesting word. Parents and teachers often use it with children when they’re putting their foot down and have reached their tolerance level. ENOUGH ALREADY!! In a completely different context, we’ll often use the word when determining a measurement quota. THAT’S ENOUGH. Throughout our daily lives, we’re always determining (consciously or not) if we’ve slept enough, eaten enough, loved enough, been patient enough, worked enough, and the list goes on.
Added by Carl Studna on November 1, 2015 at 8:00am — No Comments