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
Added by Zinovia Dushkova on January 11, 2018 at 12:59pm — No Comments
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 12:40pm — No Comments
Free time and leisure, here we come! Or at least, that’s 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’ve got so much to do, but quite the opposite. While…Continue
Added by Marie Nieves on January 8, 2018 at 3:35am — No Comments
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
Stuart Brown is a man on a mission. He is convinced that there is something missing in many of our lives, the absence of which is a source of much suffering and unhappiness. It is the lack of this element that is the source of problems that range from depression to violent crime, and include mental…Continue
The Destructive Nature of Gossip
By Judi Lynch
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Bio word count - 60
We have all been the victim of gossip, through our own words, or the words of someone else. Gossip can destroy lives, trust of others and life-long friendships. It is like a spiritual assault on our souls to discuss others without their input or understanding of their privacy. We open the door to being under scrutiny ourselves, even worse, we hurt someone deeply by repeating things…Continue
If you're like most people, you have probably felt the frustration that comes with making New Year's resolutions and not keeping them. What is it about us human beings that makes it so difficult for us to make these commitments to ourselves and simply keep them?
Believe me, I have been through this myself many times and know what it's like. There was a time in my life that I actually gave up setting goals for myself because it just seemed to be a joke. I would set goals and not…
Added by Dr. Bradley Nelson on December 29, 2017 at 5:10pm — No Comments
Our ego energy tremendously and consistently impacts our daily lives. Whether we are interacting with people or loved ones, working to achieve with our abilities, dealing with stress, and many other areas of life, it is at work. Unfortunately, our understanding has often been limited to viewing it as the amount of influence we are willing to exert in our lives. This energy is more diverse and we must grow in our understanding of it to appreciate its true…Continue
Added by Nickolas Martin on December 29, 2017 at 11:38am — No Comments
Summary – A definite crusade is occurring to help balance the duality between male and female. From the #MeToo movement to celebrities such as Ashely Judd and Selma Hayek speaking out against abuse and injustice, the momentum is rising towards a revolution of extraordinary proportions. How can men play an important role in this transformation without feeling fear or a loss of their identity?…Continue
When you hear the word “Yoga”, it’s likely that words like stretching, exercise, practice, flexibility, bending, and twisting come to mind. That’s because the primary association that most Americans have with yoga has to do with the “on the mat” or physical aspects of the practice of…Continue
Famed psychoanalyst Carl Jung contributions bridged the wide divide between religion of antiquity and the modern world in his day. Those same ideas remain paramount today and can help us to understand a world that seems out of control. Jung’s associate Eleanor Bertine delivers Jung’s message plainly for our time.
God a Belief?
The pastor one day spoke of people who don’t believe in God. Eleanor Bertine, then a child, heard her pastor’s…Continue
Added by Arthur Telling on December 28, 2017 at 12:26pm — No Comments
Linda is a recovering pessimist. She grew up in a family that had a basement freezer crammed with food, and cases of canned goods stacked against the walls. All this hoarding of food was preparation for the inevitable economic or political disaster that her parents were…Continue
Meditation is a beautiful journey that allows us to move deeper into the awareness of consciousness, so that we embrace all aspects that are so very easily forgotten. This creates the remembrance of coming back home to the depth of our being. In the beginning,…Continue
Added by Tony Samara on December 26, 2017 at 4:42am — No Comments
Bradley and Melissa came into marriage counseling clueless as to why there was so much pain in their relationship. After listening to each of them describe their situation, it became obvious what the problem was. Neither of them could say anything about the other without harsh judgments. They were…Continue
Most people live according to an interesting model that can be called the disease model, or the negative model. This means that they see things from the opposite of a positive perspective. It also means that they may go around trying to repair…Continue
Added by Tony Samara on December 21, 2017 at 4:30am — No Comments
Weight Loss is a life changing event that we choose to partake. The ancient healing practice of Reiki adds our transformation through balancing our energy and relaxation. Both of these ingredients are essential for self-care, and success at attaining goals.
Reiki is a powerful tool in many aspects of life. It is a great supplemental practice to use during weight loss, and helps with the self-healing…Continue
Added by Karen Ulvestad on December 20, 2017 at 7:20pm — No Comments