Abstract: Honoring nature while also doing our best to make sense of why we go through natural disasters. Acknowledging the ability to choose how we respond in times of crisis. Reframing and embracing natural disaster as part of the shifting continuity, consciousness and ability to bring forth a new context of living. Tips on how to cultivate awareness, safety, wellness and being part of resolution in times of natural disaster.
All Earth’s creatures are…Continue
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When we tell the truth in a responsible, respectful and non-blaming way that doesn't make the other person wrong, and acknowledges our part in a breakdown, a remarkable thing often happens. Judgments dissolve, resentment melts, and we feel closer to and forgiving of the other person and often of…Continue
“People may spend their whole lives climbing the ladder of success only to find, once they reach the top, that the ladder is leaning against the wrong wall.” Thomas…Continue
Added by Marc Lainhart on January 26, 2018 at 12:00pm — No Comments
When we don’t love ourselves, we abandon ourselves in our relationship, because we think we need our partner to complete us, and we are afraid to lose them. But if we are true to ourselves, we won’t lose anything that is real, and we can grow together in a way that supports both partners to be the best of themselves. When our relationship is no longer based in need, but rather on a desire to give, we can allow the other person to evolve and grow, and then we gain the freedom to do the…Continue
Coincidentally, there hasn’t been a shortage of self-guidance books available since I decided to pursue my dream of teaching English abroad.
A common theme in most of these books is…Continue
Added by Nicole Boyer on January 18, 2018 at 8:00am — No Comments
once, there was a guy named Gus. and although Gus was without a passion, Gus's head liked to think that Gus was a passionate guy. Gus's head also liked to think that it was bright. in fact, Gus's head just liked to…Continue
Added by Christopher Stewart on January 17, 2018 at 6:12pm — No Comments
Corey and Maya were experiencing a great deal of tension and frequently fighting about issues both small and large. Their real problem wasn’t about the issues that kept cropping up. The root of their problem was that Corey was not really committed in their marriage. Sure, he tried to keep the promises…Continue
So, let’s not make any mistake-co-creation, manifesting, well this stuff takes a little bit of work. It’s not the watered down, "just feel good and think good" version so rampant in pop culture and these 4 words alone are not going to turn you into an all-powerful, infallible manifestor. BUT I have found that these 4 words have immediately shifted the flow of my manifesting to create a more open path.
These 4 words affirm our commitment. Our vision. Our resolution. They tell the…Continue
Inhale. Retain. Exhale.
Breath is what sustains us, it’s what moves us, it’s a core pillar to life and yoga, but what happens in between the breath? What is left at the end of the exhale? Often it’s there we find space, and in that space truth.
As we enter into a new year we yearn to create change, we want to let go and move on, but in order for something new to be created we must first create and hold space. In the same way darkness needs light creativity…Continue
Added by Alexandrea Floyd on January 15, 2018 at 9:32am — No Comments
Oprah always says, “love looks like love.” I agree. Love is not possessiveness, jealousy, power-plays, attempts to control or abuse. Love looks like love. But what does that look like?…Continue
Added by Andrea Mathews on January 14, 2018 at 7:55pm — No Comments
“Mindfulness is not something that is only done in the meditation hall, it is also done in the kitchen, in the garden when we’re on the telephone, when we are driving a car, when we are doing the dishes.” Thich Nhat Hanh
Mindfulness has become a popular subject. Time…Continue
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Abstract: In her article “2017: The Year of the Last Judgment?” (OMTimes Magazine, January 2017 A), Dr. Zinovia Dushkova revealed we were living in the times when everyone must sum up the results of their numerous lifetimes during the current cycle of evolution — the process commonly referred to as the…Continue
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There are many options for individuals to use as aids to lose excess weight. One safe alternative to aid in the battle against the bulge is the utilization of natural supplements. The following is a quick review of four of the safest and most effective natural…Continue
Added by Rachelle Wilber on January 11, 2018 at 12:30pm — No Comments
Free time and leisure, here we come! Or at least, that is what they tell you retirement is like. All the time in the world to dedicate yourself to your hobbies, to take trips, to see your loved ones more often and all the time in the world to be, well, bored. For the first time in a long time, to be bored not because you have got so much to do, but quite the opposite. While…Continue
Abstract: Exploring the nature of our perceptions. Acknowledging where some of our perspectives are draining and misusing our personal power. Ways we can bring forth a new context of living by changing and empowering our perspectives.
How healthy are the perspectives of ourselves, others and the world? Even with our best intentions, we can find ourselves like a fish in water. Going through life with habitual patterns of how we think, feel and act…Continue
Abstract: A new level of consciousness that is supporting us in bringing forth the best in our world. A knowing that we must forth the best of ourselves be part of the resolution. Creating a new context of living with a list of what ways we can bring that forth.
Throughout history we have strived to bring forth the best in our world. From harnessing fire, making tools, creating…Continue
Added by Crystal Presence on January 2, 2018 at 12:30pm — No Comments