We hear the terms ‘heart-centered living’ and ‘using your heart’ thrown around a lot in conversation and literature these days but how do we practically do this? What wisdom does our heart really have? “There is no instinct like that of the heart.” ~ Lord Byron Piercing the Heart Mystery When I think of using […]
I want to share with you something, something wild, dangerous and ultimately liberating: Uncertainty is always the best. I realize the chaotic and possible anarchic implications of that statement. But the older I get, the more I observe, the more I introspect, and the more I reason, the more I realize that the path less traveled is often the wisest path to take.
Although many people who know about the Law of Attraction try to use it to gain specific, tangible things (like cars, homes, and lottery winnings), it can also be used to attract intangible things, like emotions and feelings. One such thing you can manifest with the Law of Attraction is the ability to have more fun, and fortunately this is usually a lot easier for people to manifest than the physical items.
If we teach our children that every life is important, we will see how their outlook on their own lives will change. They will begin to see themselves as part of nature as a whole, as part of a great divine balance that is unfathomable in its complexity and perfect functioning.
Positive vibes are not just for people. Our environments also have a specific vibrational energy. Because we absorb energy from our surroundings, one way that you can raise your vibration is by working to raise the vibration of your environment. Better vibes in your work or living space will help you feel happier, healthier and more prosperous.
As humans, we have undeniable basic needs. If we ignore these needs, we set up a situation where our subconscious tries to get them met despite our conscious intentions. This means it’s a good idea to know your basic human needs and to get them met, up front, where you can do so consciously.
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In this video, Ralph Smart of Infinite Waters shares some markers that will help you realize that you’re doing better than you think you are.
Take a look at this picture. What is wrong with it? It was taken at a Starbucks in Guangzhou, a huge, mad, Bladerunnerish city of ten million Chinese people, about two hours out of downtown Hong Kong. In case you are wondering, the stuff plastered all over the floor is mostly the frothy bit at […]
We’ve heard the phrases many times before … “Man, he has a really negative vibe,” “That place had AMAZING energy,” “She’s so energetic.” Yet few of us ever really stop to fathom the depths of these common expressions and remarks. The truth is that instinctively, on both a primal and intuitive level, we can sense that not only is everything composed of energy, but this energy varies in its quantity and quality drastically in our everyday lives.
None of us likes to admit it, but the truth is, we humans have needs. We have basic needs, like food, shelter and safety that are related to our survival and we have more complex needs like finding connection with others, our higher selves and our life purpose.
Synchronicity is the commonly used term for a meaningful coincidence, such as thinking someone’s name and having that person telephone a few seconds later, or opening a book at random and finding the answer to a problem you’ve been wrestling with. Synchronicity doesn’t feel random, which is how it is differentiated from coincidences that have no meaning but happen by chance. The spiritual link involves how to explain a meaningful coincidence.