I was recently asked by someone if I have a daily spiritual practice. The question caught me off guard and I had to stop and think. Do I? If I do, what is it? What inspires me from day to day and brings me a deeper sense of connection to myself, the world as a […]
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Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Tess Whitehurst, author of Magical Housekeeping, The Good Energy Book, and the new Art of Bliss. My new book, The Art of Bliss, is a holistic system of activating and maintaining a positive momentum in all life areas. You might think of it as a comprehensive magical […]
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Robert Butera, author of The Pure Heart of Yoga and the new Meditation for Your Life. Today we welcome the beginning of the 2012 Olympic Games. It is known that a high percentage of Olympic athletes meditate, visualize, or use some form of mental concentration practice to […]
Today we mark the passing of author, Judy C. Todd, author of Jude’s Herbal Home Remedies. We are grateful to her life lived and her words that will live on through her books. Here is the full obituary that was published: Judy C. Todd “Be still and know that I am God” Psalms 46:10. In […]
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Sara Wiseman, author of Writing the Divine, Your Psychic Child, and the new Becoming Your Best Self. At its core, intuition is a spiritual path. Thatâ€™s what I thought when I first started writing about spiritual intuitionâ€¦ and itâ€™s what firmly believe today. You see, Iâ€™ve been […]
On the news this week I saw a short clip about a hotel that was keeping bees on their roof (I’m not sure if this is the one, but it’s a similar story). The honey they harvested was pure and completely unique to the area. To stay edgy in the market they were using the […]
I am a dreamer. I love the bizarre nature of dreams, the symbolism, heightened and revealing emotion, and sudden realizations that can all come from drifting off to sleep. I can recall at the age of 4 waking in a panic from a dream where I was caught in the wind from holding an umbrella. […]
Ginny Brock, author of By Morning’s Light, was interviewed on the NBC affiliate WSLS (Roanoke, Virginia) program Daytime Blue Ridge. Daytime Blue Ridge is a daily program that offers everything from travel ideas, fashion, cooking, celebrity guests, movie reviews, and do-it-yourself tips. You can also visit the WSLS website to watch the full segment.
We live in a processed world. As I’ve been learning to go back to the basics to some degree withÂ my food and healthcare, I’m often surprised at some of the things I assume have just always been the way they are now. How could people have functioned without this, that, or the other? How is […]
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Ginny Brock, author of By Morning’s Light. The spirits I know donâ€™t exactly go bump in the night. One of them did knock a book out of the bookcase to get not only my attention, but the attention of a couple in the room who weâ€™d gone […]