Dreams give us an opportunity to look into our subconscious mind and may allow for a deeper understanding of personal psychological transformation during waking life. Much of the scientific study about the interpretation of the messages that we are given in our dreams has been based on the work of Carl Jung, a well-respected psychologist and psychiatrist, who believed that dreams are filled with symbols that stem from the unconscious.
A video taken from the launch for the Divinicus World Tour September 2014 about wow to truly walk the path of Transcendence into the Higher Paradigm. It looks at confronting the Pain of Existence and how this inner tightness, is in fact, the path to liberating freedom. Confront the tightness, soften into it, lose the identification, reclaim the lost nuggets of soul-gold buried there; then feel the soul bursting through.
The whole concept of spiritual awareness isn’t all about connecting with a higher divine power, but also connecting with nature and yourself. Once you have established this connection, you will see life from a whole different perspective. People with a highly developed sense of spiritual awareness are often less prone to depression, addiction, manipulation, and control. In addition, they generally understand what it means to be truly happy. Here are five techniques that can help you increase your spiritual awareness.
This feeling of being in a void is in fact common on the path of awakening. In fact, the more conscious and awake you are, the more you will be able to sense subtle shifts in your life phases. It’s actually natural to have moments when you sit in a void, a space within which creation of the new is taking place. Your conventional mind may worry that nothing is happening – so untrue!
Marcus T Anthony (PhD) is a futurist of the human mind, writer and spiritual adviser. His web site is www.mind-futures.com. The following is an extract from his upcoming book, Champion of the Soul. Calling what? In recent decades there has been a great enthusiasm for the idea of “following your bliss”. This is […]
Are you a spiritual person with a lot going for you in all areas… except you’ve still not “gotten down” the whole ‘Inner Master’ Higher Self thing? Do you read books and hear psychics talk about the Higher Self, but you still don’t feel like you’ve really CONNECTED with yours yet? Your intelligence and commitment to spirituality and evolution may be there, so why don’t you “hear the call” of your Higher Self yet?
The actual word, Shaman, comes from the medicine people of Siberia and has been widely adopted throughout the western cultures to describe someone who facilitates a coming into power and freedom, which is often referred to as healing, and which fully uncovers our core nature of love, compassion, and joy. Ideally, someone who practices shamanism has been trained in techniques and initiated in a way that allows them to safely and effectively mediate between the physical and non-physical worlds in order to bring about some desired change on all layers of our being: literal/physical, psycho-spiritual/mind, mythic, and essential.
A few years back, I hated the word “commitment.” It felt heavy and ugly. In fact, to me, it seemed like a dirtier word than many that start with an “F.” These days, I see the same tendency in many of my life coach clients, and my most spiritually-inclined friends. So I think it’s time to give commitment a little positive PR in the hopes of making it more attractive and user-friendly. Because if you want to be truly free, in the most spiritual and mature way, then you need to get over your commitment-phobia (believe it or not there is no nice latin-based word for this all-too-common affliction).
In this enlightening meditation with James Van Praagh, learn to create a sanctuary for your soul to experience peace, happiness and love. Remember some of your happiest memories to help decorate your inner meditation space and find the grace and warmth in significant life events. Reflect on your soul’s lessons and find peace on your spiritual journey.
People all over the world are experiencing what many call an “awakening.” Where suddenly the world seems different, feels different and what we are doing starts to no longer make much sense. If you are reading this, you are likely one of those people. You may or may not still be in the honeymoon phase. If you’re not sure, symptoms range widely, including, but not limited to: a general disinterest in most everything you were interested in before; a lack of desire to engage in unnecessary busy-ness and activity; a heightened sense of awareness that includes the recognition of the “insanity” of the the world; an acute kinship with Nature; exuding an aura of being in love, with no one in particular, but with the same yearning to simply BE LOVE!
Shamanism is humanity’s oldest spiritual practice. But what do we mean by that? And what do we mean when we say that we are spiritual or trying to live a spiritual life? Spirituality has always been one of the focal points in my shamanic workshops, and I want to address this subject not with my own words and thoughts, but with the spirits and the messages they have given to two of my students in their shamanic journeys.
Throughout our society is a misguided, socially polarized perspective. No matter the subject, no matter the related tangential beliefs, the divergence can be summarized via one simple divider – institutionalization or individuation.
Renowned speaker, Gabriel Bernstein, shares how she used to look for her happiness from external circumstances and sought her power outside of herself. Watch how she found herself at a turning point in her life, how she deepened her call to turn her power inward, and find out how to her find her power in powerless situations.
All woo woo notions aside – synchronicity is serious stuff! The concept of synchronicity has eluded and yet intrigued human beings for millennia. Though it’s underlying process is anything but random, it can appear as arbitrary and disconnected to any relevance of thought or experience we may be having at the time. Here is an […]
The theory that we plan our lives was something I had never heard of before 2011. Up until that point, I could not have even imagined such a thing. Even after hearing about it 3 years ago, it took me quite a long time to let this concept into my paradigm. How I stumbled upon it wasn’t even through my avid research of the afterlife and reincarnation. It came to me through a vision I had. Before the vision, I believed in reincarnation. The idea of it had always fascinated me and I felt strongly that I did have past lives; I just didn’t know what those lives entailed. After three years of intense research and listening to many people from all different backgrounds and beliefs speak about it from all around the world, I knew it was something that needed to be shared and discussed.