As August is about to end, it is helpful to acknowledge this shift and to contemplate your own personal examples of new doorways opening. Focusing on the positive brings you more to feel good about – you must remember to do it, though.
We’re not going to live forever, so why not live each day like it’s our last, because you never know, it might actually be our last. We want to be full of life, we want to be radiant, loving, and we want to share our very best with the world, and this is the perfect time for us to do just that.
‘Loving what is’ means taking responsibility for what’s happening in your reality, even when it seems unfair and undeserved, and trusting that Life is always guiding you toward your greater good. Rather than raging against the challenge that life has offered you, ask life for help and guidance in opening yourself to a deeper understanding of the situation.
There’s much going on right now. It’s easy to get caught up in the drama of it all. It’s easy to raise your hands to the Heavens and cry “Why?!?” or “Where are you, God?!?” Even if you’re awake and aware of the true nature of our being, these can be very stressful times.
Hey you! Did you know that you’re very special? There is no other person in this world like you. You deserve to be loved not only by those around you but by the most important person in your life — YOU. Practicing self-love can be challenging for many of us, especially in times when we face serious challenges. It’s not about being self-absorbed or narcissistic, it’s about getting in touch with ourselves, our well-being and our happiness. We practice self-love so we can push through our limiting beliefs and live a life that truly shines. So do yourself a favor, take a deep breath, give yourself a little hug and start practicing the following…
Alexis Brooks talks with animal communicator Maureen Harmonay to discuss all of the ways in which our beloved animal companions are connected to us, and the one thing that binds us all together - Love! It was in the 1970’s while racing and breeding horses that Maureen Harmonay realized she had the ability to pick up […]
How’s your tolerance for stress? Here’s ten common stress reactions that only make things worse and what to do instead.
At least not of the traditional, compulsory, watch-the-clock-until-the-bell-rings kind. As a growing movement of unschoolers believe, a steady diet of standardized testing and indoor inactivity is choking the creativity right out of our kids. The alternative: set ‘em free.
Shift in consciousness taking place could go essentially one of two ways: either enough people wake up quickly so that the Great Realignment could happen more smoothly; or else the matrix escalates the way it is, for a while, in which case, you drive the global situation into volatility. At this time, it looks like the second option: with escalating violence in the Middle East; the unpredictable Ukraine confrontation; increasingly chaotic climate change; and the inexorable growth of debt-fueled consumerism, it looks like the ‘mainstream’ is sleep walking into darkness.
My marriage was broken. The person I had spent a good portion of my life with was no longer in it. The life that began after the move was a new one. And it began where all great change and growth begins – at the absolute lowest point in my life. In the following few months, I moved in with strangers, quit my job, left my rental and traveled around Central America for a period of soul-searching and self-reflection. Of course, now, I realize this has been the greatest period of growth and development. Through the months of isolation, waterfalls of tears and periods self-loathing and doubt, I had survived it. Here are at least seven ways I survived my life’s lowest point.
In my book “Guide to Intuitive Healing” I discuss the difference between lust and love as well as techniques to enhance sexual wellness. Pure lust is based solely on physical attraction and fantasyit often dissipates when the “real person” surfaces. It’s the stage of wearing rose colored glasses when he or she “can do no wrong.” Being in love doesn’t exclude lust. In fact, lust can lead to love. However, real love, not based on idealization or projection, requires time to get to know each other. Here are some signs to watch for to differentiate pure lust from love.
A 30-min consciousness raising interview with John Perkins – author of “Confessions of an Economic Hit Man” and several works on plant shamanism.