Abstract: Muses might be all we need to tap into our creative side. How about taking a few minutes each day to nurture your muse? You might find some unexpected surprises lurking.
Sometimes we get so wrapped up in our daily goings on that we forget to give ourselves creative nourishment. The term muse comes from the original Muses who were the nine daughters of the Greek God, Zeus. In today’s world, a muse may be thought of as a source of creative…Continue
Added by Diana Raab on July 19, 2018 at 7:17pm — No Comments
Many, if not most of us, are spending our lives seeking that sense of self-worth we are promised when we finally become “good enough” in whatever way we see "good enough." This is because from infancy we’ve been taught that there is actually a "good enough." There is some place, some psychic place, some happy place, some invisible but certain place out there somewhere in the future where we will finally feel that sense of worthiness that generates self-confidence and self-esteem. …Continue
First dates can be stressful and uncomfortable, given all the excitement and expectations that follow them. Keeping the conversation flowing isn’t always an easy task, especially for those who aren’t chatty types. For all those of you who are struggling with awkward silence on a first date, here are some interesting ideas to give…Continue
Ego And The Evolution Of Consciousness
Is the ego really as bad as they say?
Sometimes we’re not even aware we have one. Sometimes it feels annoying, like a mosquito flying around us and other times it’s like a whirlwind that blows things way out of…Continue
Every Blessing Can Be Radical Self-Love 842 words
Abstract: What if there was more to a blessing that we thought? Here is a look at what is deeper within the blessing that can raise our vibration to a whole new level.…Continue
Abstract: Wondering about our ability to stay present in turbulent times. Coming to realize that we are shaping our lives by the way we think, feel and behave. Freedom on the inside out as the experience of knowing that what is happening on our inside is shaping the experience we are having on our outside. Tips on how to how to experience freedom from the inside out.
In turbulent times we ask ourselves if we can stay present, make good choices…Continue
Practicing Spiritual Optimism
By Judi Lynch
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Bio Word Count 60
Have you ever known someone who, no matter what you say, continues to respond negatively to your suggestions after asking you for advice? Even if it appears they are destined to complain for a lifetime, remember that your words may just take more time to sink in. You might hear later, “I thought about what you said.” Also, there is more than just one answer to a life challenge and the…Continue
Day spas are becoming popular with the population focusing more on wellness and health. With this insurgence of interest, you have to take special care to protect your business. Here are some of the insurance plan options that you should consider for your day…Continue
A Journey To Personal Freedom 702 words
Abstract: Although personal freedom is defined differently for everyone, one common piece could open us to a world, unlike anything we have experienced before. Allowing freedom to heal and serve us for our greatest good. Is personal freedom our fourth dimension?
Personal freedom is something that we all want more of,…Continue
If you feel disconnected from your mind, then you can use yoga to improve your thinking patterns. You may become lost in your thoughts rather than enjoying the present, and this type of behavior can lead to feeling sad or anxious. Yoga exercise has wonderful benefits for your body, but it can also improve the…Continue
Feeling drained around certain people? Life is filled with the ebb and flow of energy, though sometimes we find people who "take" energy from other people. These "energy" vampires exist in all walks of life. Learn how to identify these situations, how to protect one's self, and the next steps.
Whether at work or living life, it is challenging to avoid "energy" vampires. They are present in…Continue
It’s so easy to get caught up in the day to day grind that we forget our quest of consciously creating a purposeful lifestyle.
The lawnmower breaks down, the dog needs a few teeth removed, and you need to plan a baby shower. Add in work, yoga and perhaps getting the dishes done this week, and…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
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
Added by Marc Lainhart on January 26, 2018 at 12:00pm — No Comments
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
Abstract: It is first necessary to go within and integrate the fragmented parts of our self into a cohesive state of unity, so that our mind, body, and spirit flow together in synergy. In such a state whatever we do is an act of worship, whatever we think is an act of compassion and love, and we are away from the grip of egotistical efforts. In this state of calm mind we can then serve the world selflessly as the very embodiments of God. Soul by soul we will move towards…Continue
It's time to reclaim ourselves. It's easy to come second in the busyness of the modern world. Without self, we become weakened to the affects of illness, and become unable to adapt to the constantly changing world around us. Finding and keep self is the foundation of a happy, balanced life.
The modern world is filled with busyness. It demands our attention. Other dominate our time and energy. We struggle to…Continue
Our ego plays an extremely important role in our life—survival. Its single purpose is to ensure our daily and mortal survival. Unlike what has often been written or said, it can exert a positive, as well as negative impact upon our lives, including the connection between our humanity and Divinity. Understanding its true purpose and potential for good can allow us to fully live and experience the best of what we and life have to offer—humanly and spiritually.
Added by Nickolas Martin on February 13, 2018 at 10:18am — No Comments
What does the word “redemption” imply? Is it salvation through the sacrifices of a redeemer? Is it forgiveness for ourselves and for others? What is this act of grace? To many, the crucifixion of Jesus symbolizes the purging of sins, past and present, and, therefore, salvation. But is this taking spiritual responsibility for ourselves, or is it justification for future behaviors, believing if we place our faith in an external redeemer we shall be saved?
We all make mistakes. Who has…Continue
Added by Debbie Peluso on March 17, 2018 at 12:05pm — No Comments