By Robyn M Fritz MA MBA CHt
Abstract: Our culture fears death, which makes its inevitability harder and adds to the trauma suffered by the dying and their surviving loved ones. A solution is to create a culture that acknowledges death by establishing rituals and customs that recognize and honor a life cycle that begins at birth and continues into death and the afterlife.
While death frequently takes us by surprise, creating a culture that acknowledges its…Continue
Music of the Soul, Soul of the Music
By Judi Lynch
Word count -678
Bio word count - 60
Most of us have memories of songs which remind of us of life experiences or feelings that were brought to light just because we listened. A beautiful melody or message that stirs our being to dream or take action becomes ingrained in our learning process as souls on life missions. Music is magic for so many reasons. The emotions and insights that occur because of the sound of…Continue
Abstract: Defining opportunities to let go. Embracing and receiving the moments in life when we are faced with the choice to breathe, connect, and let go or to constrict our breathing, disconnect and hold back. Embracing those moments that are calling us to let go and making more empowered choices, sooner than later.
Opportunities to let go are the moments in life when we are faced with the choice to…Continue
Negative people have a problem for every solution.
They can drain our energy and spoil our joy of life.…Continue
Abstract....Through all that we have, and all that we chase after, comes something much bigger than them. And that is the calling of life. How we choose to respond to it, speaks much of us blooming in our purest beauty. Authenticity does not come any other way. It comes through the choices we make, the way we handle things as they come and walk out of our lives. Ultimately, it becomes a matter of grace, how gracefully could we let go and let in of what was…Continue
We hear a lot these days about unconditional love, and how important it is in relationships. I have to disagree. I think that there’s only one place for unconditional love and that’s from a parent to their child. In all other relationships, I think that love ought to be conditional.
It makes sense for a parent to love their own child, no matter what. They have to, so as to continue caring for the child even when the child behaves badly. But in a romantic relationship, there’s no…Continue
Social Media has been getting more and more of a bad reputation lately, and rightly so… Surveys say we are addicted to our phones and that being on social media can negatively affect our wellbeing and mental health.…Continue
Many if not most spiritual teachers are telling us that fear is the opposite of love and that if we are afraid we cannot be living in spirit. But fear, like every other emotion, has a wisdom, a genius all its own. We are not meant to square off against our emotions, pretend they are not there or try to shoo them away. We are meant to use them as a kind of internal messaging system that allows us to grow into greater and greater awareness of who we are as divine beings.
Fear has a…Continue
Do we know what really matters? We may think we do. A look at what matters the most to each and every person.
Even though we are diligent every day to focus on what’s important, if asked what matters most, many of us have to stop, pause and think about the right answer. We surround ourselves with responsibility, and as a result, we feel pride and worthiness. Surrounding ourselves with friends and loved ones, we feel cared for. We support a cause, a mission to…Continue
Added by Leigh Burton on February 1, 2019 at 10:37am — No Comments
How to program ourselves to enjoy our naturally beautiful, healthy and youthful body.
When we are born – the first thing we notice is our body. It breathes, it moves – it works for us 24/7. Our body is our most loyal…Continue
By Robyn M Fritz
Abstract: Because we often think intuition is only for the “gifted,” not everyday people like “us,” we miss out on what it can add to our personal and business lives. Intuition is a practical skill we can all tap first by looking at how energy works.
Many people are curious about intuition, others are skeptical about it, still more think it’s a gift reserved for a select bunch—that doesn’t include them. No wonder so many people…Continue
Creating a New Way of Being
By Judi Lynch
Word count - 810
Bio word count - 60
Awakenings come in all shapes, kinds and sizes. Through life-changing events, spiritual quests and a myriad of different reasons we move to a new level of existence through new and evolved eyes. Our visions may be large, our lives try to catch up, leaving us feeling “stuck” in the middle without a plan in forward motion. Creating a vision of how we see ourselves and what we want to…Continue
Abstract: Acknowledging that our future is calling us to collaborate like no generation before. Knowing that we need to change how we educate ourselves and children. Realizing that in order to navigate this next evolutionary passage as self-intelligent co-creators, we need to shift our perception of education. Ways that we can bring forth a new evolutionary education.
“Everyone is a genius. But if you judge a fish by its ability…Continue
Your energy leads the way. Consciousness arrives well before your tangible self and is the nutrient in the soil which creates the harvest of your goodness. What most of us forget is that often we are “fertilizing” our garden with pain and heartbreak, rather than freedom and abundance.
So, when it comes to money, how do you ensure that your consciousness is creating abundance rather than heartbreak? How do you move away from your own mindset and the collective consciousness of…Continue
Too often, we wear a smiling sadness outside, while the world knows nothing about it. As we seek solace to find a way back to ourselves, we run from place to place. Lets take a moment to stop running, to stop wandering, and come back to the beauty of words, the words that arise from the heart. As the seasons of life take us to some of the brutal battles that we…Continue
Written by Keely Maree
If someone hurts us on an emotional level, it is never quite a simple one-way affair. Because what has the ability to hurt us has to come from a place deep within ourselves that has been unresolved. The sad fact is, we all cause micro hurts in each other every single day. These micro hurts are usually not even done with the intention of causing someone else pain, but because we are all damaged and defending ourselves by this incessant onslaught of micro…Continue
Abstract....Saying goodbye to someone we love is never easy. To wave the final farewell to the nearest and dearest, is life’s most difficult thing to do. Yet, it is life that pushes us sometimes, to do the most undoable thing. How to get through a hardest hit and still come out alive—the pathway…Continue
When our boundaries are crossed, we suffer to varying degrees due to what feels like an act of disrespect. When our boundaries are violated, it is because someone wants to tell us how to live or what to do.
Not knowing what boundaries are is something which often happens when we are young, but it can also manifest later in life.
Too often we grow up not being able to say “No” or “Stop” when treated poorly. We are taught to consider the opinions of others and, for the most…Continue
Abstract: The American Psychological Association reports that therapists are seeing a sharp increase in individuals experiencing anxiety. Shuddhaanandaa Brahmachari suggests two essential practices that can help alleviate fear and anxiety in our lives. One is to learn to rephrase our thoughts by being vigilant to know our default thinking patterns and using mindfulness to reframe these self-defeating thoughts. The other antidote suggested is to develop a keen awareness of our spiritual self,…Continue