"Today, we see Tarot as a sort of path, a way to personal growth through understanding of ourselves and life." Rachael Pollack
The 78 cards that make the Tarot come with many stories of magic & mystery. Like the fact the deck is numerological set at 7. The 78th card represents us as the '0' Fool, a new beginning & way is set before us. Like the seasons, months of the the year & zodiac cycle,…Continue
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Anyone can start a business but few can create longevity and substantial abundance. In a day and age when many people are experiencing discontentment in their jobs and dissatisfaction with their chosen careers, there has been an uprising in spiritual consciousness. There is no better time…Continue
by Daniel Mitel
People from all over the world are saying that they no longer have time to do things as they used to do in the past.
What is time? A few hundred years ago Isaac Newton, said that time is external and absolute; it is completely independent of the observer. However, Einstein demonstrated that time is relative to the observer.
Today we all know that time is relative, a function of where we are…Continue
Submitted to OMLiving /Personal GrowthPUBLISHED NOVEMBER 2016
B+ Title rating ...open to an A+ ( I will continue to brainstorm)
by Gia Dalton
Most of us have heard of the elusive green flash. The optical phenomena that prompt people from around the world to stand seaside facing the sun. With eyes transfixed on the horizon, we wait to catch a glimpse of the green rays that suddenly shoot outward from the upper rim of…Continue
Days You Will Remember
-How to Process Your Experience-
There are many days you will remember in this life. These are times that had such a profound impact on your view of existence that when you reflect on them, you have either great joy or deep sadness.
Most of us can remember where we were on 9/11. That day 15 years ago is one of those significant life moments we…
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“Be yourself; everyone else is already taken, quipped Oscar Wilde.
You’ve probably heard it’s best to be yourself. Sounds easy, doesn’t it?
Yet many of us, wanting to please someone with whom we are in a close relationship—or with whom we may hope to be--forget to follow this advice and end up in relationships that are less than fulfilling.
In Dating and Marriage, Know Yourself
Ideally, you’ll make sure that you know who you really are before marrying. You’ll be…Continue
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If you have been asked to write a research paper in college or university, you might be wondering how to do it in a way that will give you an A. For some people, written assignments are usually a much easier to get better grades as they can be done at home and at your own pace, without the pressure of a time-based exam.
But it doesn’t mean that any paper will guarantee you an A. You will have to add some extra flavour to it in order to make your teacher or professor love what they are…Continue
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The ability to be unconditionally loving with ourselves can be elusive at times. Being unconditionally loving with ourselves means freely accepting and allowing ourselves to have the lives we want, no matter what our condition. Being conditional, however, means imposing conditions on ourselves in order to allow and feel worthy enough to have the lives we want.
We strive to be “unconditionally loving” with ourselves, yet find ourselves like a fish in water. We fool ourselves…Continue
“Confidence, like art, never comes from having all the answers; it comes from being open to all the questions.” ~ Earl Gray Stevens
Do you remember being open-minded as a child, enthralled by learning new things, and asking hundreds of questions to be sure you had a good grip on the subject? It was so much fun, and in the middle of all that fun, you grew up.
The majority of us believed that what we learned from the mouths of our parents and family members was…Continue
Perimenopause is the time between menstruation beginning and ending. Just prior to menopause, a woman will enter perimenopause. This time frame will vary from one woman to the next.
It will all be affected by how many hormones her body is producing. On average, a woman's cycle will be from 28 to 35 days. As a woman eases into menopause, her ovaries begin to change and her ability to release eggs is…Continue
For centuries, the Philosopher’s Stone, which according to legends and myths can work wonders, was sought after by ancient alchemists. Hundreds of works have been written, but it still remains unclear: What exactly is the Philosopher’s Stone?
The answer is surprisingly simple — it is our heart. In their writings, the alchemists used a multitude of allegories, metaphors, and symbols that only the initiated could correctly decode. So, for example, one of recipes says:…Continue
Want to get your daily horoscope? Whilst some people enjoy reading their horoscopes, there are many skeptics who believe it’s just made up. Well, psychics and astrologers don’t make up horoscopes (unless they’re scams), there is a science behind it.
Before we dive into the history and the science of horoscopes, here are the twelve…Continue
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Stress can be positive or negative depending on the situation for instance work promotion may bring positive stress while working to achieve a given deadline may bring negative stress. Life is not always a ride in the…Continue
Break your Jug
Harry Palmer, creator of The Avatar® Course tells us, “There is an old story about a farmer who finds a pumpkin that has just started to develop. To protect the little pumpkin from the elements he slips it inside a jug. Then he goes on his way and forgets about it. When harvest time comes, the pumpkin has grown only as large as the jug. The jug that once protected it eventually limits its growth.…
I had a strange dream. A woman was shaking me by the shoulders asking me frantically “Why do you pray? Why do you pray?” Her face inches from my own, her wild gray hair snaking around her head.
Startled awake, this vivid dream stuck with me all day, and I wondered why I got this message.
So why do we pray? Larry Dussey writes (in the foreword to The Energy of Prayer, by Thich Nhat Hanh) “The urge to pray is universal. We know of no culture past or…Continue
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The Journey of Grief & Loss
Death - Ending - Transition - New Beginning - Rebirth
Many fear the Death card in tarot. It is the idea of the unknown that shakes us to the core. We can theorize what happens at death, but won't actually know until our time comes. Experiencing smaller deaths throughout our lifetime prepares us for the final transition from the…Continue
There is so much hype around embodying our higher selves. Bringing spirit into matter is the crux of the great work here on earth. But how do we really do that? How does it feel?
No person or book can tell us how it feels to be whole. It’s something we must experience for ourselves. But we can receive support, guidance and useful tools to help us on our path.
The embodiment of our higher selves is no…Continue