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
Comedian Russell Brand explains: “The reason I became a drug addict is that all throughout my life I felt this sense of irritation, agitation, this emptiness……Continue
Abstract: We all have secrets. Writing about a secret is a form of confessional writing. This type of writing can be healing and cathartic. Why not take a few minutes to think about a secret and consider writing about it? You might be surprised what emerges!
Confessional writing or writing about a secret is writing written in the first person which describes someone’s deepest and most inner feelings. It can be in the form of an essay, letter,…Continue
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With the rate in which technology is fast developing, speeding up the pace at which life moves and making the world a global village, it is really necessary for us to take out time to review our lives to find out which areas need improvement. Although these new and improved technologies offer us numerous luxuries and comforts, in the real sense, studies conducted on the impact of technologies on human lives have discovered that they actually do not make us happier, instead, people have…Continue
Everything we judge in others is actually an aspect of ourselves. When we learn to become aware of our automatic responses to the things others do we can go within and use the feelings that are triggered to heal ourselves. By doing this we transform ourselves and the world around us. (699 words)
We constantly see and criticize how false people are, the masks they adopt, how they compromise, and the level of mediocrity that surrounds us. We see this on the…Continue
Dealing with a traumatic past can be one of the hardest things possible. If you’re committed to leading a life that’s enriching and happy, however, there are things you can do to leave your past behind. Recovery is a process that calls for a lot of devotion, care and…Continue
Reinvention calls for letting go of the life that we once had and welcoming ourselves to think in a new perspective, reexamine our lives, ourselves in the light of a new age. It may not be the age that we once had, yet it is the age we have now. And how do we live in the…Continue
Who Will Remember Us?
By Judi Lynch
Word count- 734
Bio word count- 60
As we go through life, recognizing purposes and playing out our roles, we create an energy of love and history that survive when we leave these human bodies. Photographs, writings, family history and genealogy all give us a voice long after we have transitioned our souls. Truly our lives are a legacy to our friends, family, and our species if we are celebrated by the evolution for our…Continue
Abstract: Being our own best coach as a way of inspiring, motivating and discovering the possibilities that would otherwise remain beyond our wildest dreams. Bringing understanding into what is required of us. Bringing clarity to what being our own best coach is and isn't.
“The key to great coaching is in believing in the greatness of human potential” Jack Canfield
Being our own best coach lives in the spirit of inspiring,…Continue
Abstract: Releasing the condition and continuity of war. Letting go of holding war as part of the human condition. Asking new questions. Changing the habit of making choices at point crisis rather than at point easy. Taking full responsibility for releasing the continuity of our own internal battle and tug of war. A list of things we can do to be part of releasing war from our inside out.
As we stand in awe awe and appreciation for our…Continue
What is the playground of the mind? Where does it dally? What is the range of possibilities available to you within the scope of your mind? No, I’m not going to talk to you, yet again, about the Law of Attraction. I’m going to talk to you about the range of possibilities inherent within the Good/Evil spectrum.
You see, most of us grew up believing that there was a standardized definition of “good” and a standardized definition of “evil.” The spectrum actually ranges…Continue
A Simple Daily Practice that Works
The beauty of the simple practice is that there is no special, eyes-closed meditation; no yoga or other exotic body movements; no restrictive diet; and no chanting, sacred rituals, or esoteric rites.
It is just a matter of whenever we find ourselves lost in or getting distracted by a thought or “story,” or are having an emotional reaction to someone or something, we remember to come down out of our heads and back to the…Continue
Faced with a painful set of unusual physical symptoms we land in our doctor’s office anxious and afraid. We feel our mind-body-spirit is not our own. Whether it is invasion by an environmental toxin, our Central Nervous System (CNS) menaced by an unknown source, or a…Continue
As I have pointed out many times, the more awake and free we are, the more we consciously use thought and intention as a creative tool to direct and guide us in the process of living. This is the Law of Attraction in its most potent form.
After all, thoughts, while not “real” in the sense we cannot find them anywhere (they fleetingly come and go), are enormously powerful.
Everything human-made began as an idea, a thought, a vision, an imagining, or an intuition in someone’s…Continue