April 2017 Articles (36)

Forgiveness: 3 Tips to Forgive & Forget

Abstract: In this article Julie Geigle offers 3 tips on how to forgive and forget so you can move on with love in your heart and joy in your life.

Has someone wronged or hurt you? Been insensitive or inappropriate?

If that weren't bad enough, then the mental mind keeps replaying the story over and over in our head until the body oftentimes becomes physically ill.

How can a person break this cycle of pain?

The #1 rule to forgiveness is to understand: It is…


Added by Julie Geigle on April 17, 2017 at 6:30pm — 4 Comments

What If Today Was Your Last Day?

In listening to a great song on the radio (If Today Was Your Last Day by Nickleback), it got me to thinking.

It's interesting how we spend so much time running around trying to get everything done. We fall into a heap on the couch at the end of the day exhausted. Many keep a to-do list every day and really enjoy crossing things off. That used to be me but then I began focusing on all the things I didn't complete that I still had left to do and realized it was creating more…


Added by Julie Geigle on April 17, 2017 at 6:30pm — 10 Comments

The ONE Word that Destroys Happiness


Brain science has discovered the root of chronic pain – IN THE BRAIN! How we frame situations is responsible for emotional health. Everyone determines whether they are happy or miserable! Provides examples of how framing destroys happiness, and how to re-frame destructive language to that which creates happiness and joy.


There is a single word you can – and probably do – use to make yourself miserable. This…


Added by Tess Pender on April 17, 2017 at 5:30pm — 1 Comment

Ten Altars in Every Room

Twenty-five (or so) years ago, there was an attraction at Disneyland in Southern California. It was not a ride, but an experiential movie – guests entered a large, dark COOL room, and a movie was projected high on the walls of the circular room. It was a popular way to escape the torments of the afternoon LA sun. The movie was a journey through China including visits to the Great Wall, the Forbidden City, and a climb up to the tiny country of Tibet. The narrator said, “Tibet is a small…


Added by Tess Pender on April 14, 2017 at 5:00pm — 2 Comments

Underarm Detox

The human armpit gets a bad rap due to the presence of odor-producing bacteria. To prevent unpleasant smells, the armpit is smothered in soaps, shaving creams, antiperspirants, and deodorants. But in an effort to cover up armpit odor, you may be doing more harm than good.

The sweat glands in your underarms are there for several purposes. The most obvious one is that sweating helps cool down the body and regulate body temperature. Sweat also serves as a mechanism for moving toxins out…


Added by Dr. Lee Ann Kalaba, DC on April 14, 2017 at 4:07pm — 3 Comments

Mistakes: Our True Teachers of Life

Overview: Mistakes and failures are the true teachers of life. It is only through mistakes that we learn life’s lessons; we grow, we mature, and we realize better ways to do things, better methods of success in life. We must never judge our mistakes, but through practices of self-forgiveness, positive affirmations and commitment to not repeat our mistakes, we can face the tests in life by opening our hearts to the indomitable spirit that lives within each one of us and guides us to the…


Added by Shuddhaanandaa Brahmachari on April 13, 2017 at 10:35pm — 1 Comment

5 Habits That Are Ruining Your Eyesight

While eyesight often gets worse as we age, our day-to-day activities can speed up this process if we don't exercise caution.  To help keep your eyes young and healthy for as long as you can, avoid these common eye behaviors that are ruining your eyesight.


Not Wearing Sunglasses


 Too much squinting can produce eye strain which can, in turn, lead to eye pain and headaches.  Sunglasses are beneficial for those…


Added by Rachael Murphey on April 13, 2017 at 4:00pm — 1 Comment

From Fixation to Living in Freedom

Abstract: People often restrict their freedom by fixating their energy on someone or something. How to recognize when you are fixating and how to return to living in freedom.

Freedom is referred to as the power to think, feel or act without restraint. People often restrict their freedom by fixating their attention, feelings and behaviors on someone or something. Fixating is a way to distract and avoid the truth of what is really happening. We go from…


Added by Crystal Presence on April 13, 2017 at 1:36pm — 1 Comment

Illumination: A Crystal Meditation with Your Animals

Illumination: A Crystal Meditation with Animals

By Animal Communicator Lisa Shaw App. 880 words


Abstract:  Meditating with your animals is a first step in animal communication. Here’s a meditation script to help you and your animals clear shared burdens.


Animal communicators are intuitives who telepathically converse with animals, allowing them to express and release their inner feelings and thoughts in ways…


Added by Lisa Shaw on April 10, 2017 at 12:00pm — 7 Comments

Receive Free Education from the GOYA School

She sat on a chair in the college psychology professor’s office, talking about how badly she was being treated by her boyfriend. When she stopped venting, he stared at her and finally said “You are a psych major, right?” She nodded the affirmation, and waited to hear the special help he would offer. He said, “I follow the GOYA school of psychology”.

Confused, she stammered “I’m not familiar with that – is it kind of like surrealist, for the artist?" (She wasn’t an art…


Added by Tess Pender on April 7, 2017 at 5:00pm — 8 Comments

Retrograde Doesn’t Have to Be A Barrier to Spiritual Growth

Retrogrades are scary. People hear the words “mercury retrograde,” envision the planet closest to the Sun spinning backwards, and immediately start charging their electrical devices and cancelling doctor’s appointments. They hear “Venus retrograde” and begin drunk dialing old lovers.

This month there are five retrogrades imposing their energies on the people of the earth. Venus is passing through, but Mercury is both…


Added by Tony Sokol on April 7, 2017 at 9:30am — 2 Comments

Honoring the Darkness 916 words


In order to heal others, we must first heal ourselves, which involves agreeing to enter the darkness alone. There we find opportunities for enlightenment in the way of the great mythological heroes, shamans, and religious teachers. There we confront God.

Abstract:  In order to heal others, we must first heal ourselves, which involves agreeing to enter the darkness alone.  There we find opportunities for enlightenment in the way of the great mythological…


Added by Lisa Shaw on April 6, 2017 at 8:28am — 3 Comments

Tips for Harmonious Relationships

Bouncing your ideas off others can begin as a terrifying task when you aren’t completely sure about yourself. As you unfold that surety, though, you learn ways to adjust your words so they fall more gently on the ears of others. Or maybe you don’t, because you rather enjoy their shocked reactions? Either way, to maintain a harmonious relationship with others is desirable because these relationships will support you as you unfold your way toward perfect understanding across the years of your…


Added by Maria Khalife on April 5, 2017 at 5:30am — 1 Comment

5 Ways to Tap Into Our Unlimited Source of Creativity

[*Abstract* Creativity: It's all in the imagination. And our imaginations are inconceivably powerful. Creativity is perhaps the greatest asset with which we are all endowed. Likewise, imagination is one of our most important resources. Thankfully, we can can draw upon it freely at will. Like a spiritual muscle, there are also ways to exercise and strengthen it.]

Let’s take a nice, deep…


Added by Jayanti Burst on April 4, 2017 at 10:00pm — 1 Comment

Encounters of Ascension and Awakening

Encounters of Ascension and Awakening

Summary - "As we awaken and begin to raise our vibrations, many times changes in our physical bodies will begin to affect us. Everything is comprised of energy, therefore, when new frequencies are adjusting in our bodies, we will experience these transformations in various ways. The good news is, we are not alone. As our vibrations increase, more of our soul tribe seem to find us."

Many of us experience physical challenges as we…


Added by Jill M. Jackson on April 4, 2017 at 8:52am — 3 Comments

The Need to Belong and the Pain of Loneliness

Title: 9 words; 45 characters

Article: 743 Words

Abstract: 71 Words

Bio: 61 Words

Abstract: There are times when we feel like outsiders, not belonging to any particular group or succumbing to a specific way of thinking. All the talk about tribe and community but not being aligned with one makes us question our ability to connect. It is possible to shift this sense of loneliness and connect with ourselves and ultimately like-minded others to become more truly who we…


Added by Diane Wing on April 1, 2017 at 10:57am — 2 Comments

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