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Date: 2016-03-07 By: Margaret Ann Lembo
We all strive for more health, happiness, and hope in our lives. This enhanced well-being can be as simple as integrating any number of aroma-energetic practices into your life; these practices combine the powerful effects of aromatherapy and energy for a more powerful result. Margaret Ann Lembo, author of Chakra Awakening; The Essential Guide to Crystals, Minerals, and Stones; and the new Essential Guide to Aromatherapy and Vibrational Healing, provides 16 aroma-energetic wellness tips to integrate into your life.
Date: 2009-11-04 By: Carl Llewellyn Weschcke
The following article is mostly excerpted from Chapter Ten of Psychic Empowerment for Everyone, written by Dr. Joe Slate and myself. I think it says everything I can say about the opportunities and responsibilities we all face in these most critical times. The point is: we can do something! We don’t have to be passive and accepting, just hoping
Date: 2012-08-17 By: Alice DeVille
The map of your life known as your natal chart presents a fascinating diagram of the path you are taking to invent your future. Your birth chart comes packed with potential—your career choices, dreams, education, family, partnerships, socializing preferences, soul purposes, and any number of goals that capture your attention during life’s journey.
Date: 2009-08-20 By: Mary K. Greer
Forget those long, complicated spreads; try spending an hour or more with just one tarot card. With a little diligence you will receive more detailed information with one card than from a large spread read quickly. You will need a full deck with scenes depicted on all the cards, or just the twenty-two Major Arcana from any deck. Shuffle and draw
Date: 2013-12-30 By: Keith Park PhD
At certain rare moments—sometimes when in quiet reflection or relaxing in nature—we may discover an often surprising yet pleasant experience of temporarily losing our individual perspective and seeing the world from a larger, more encompassing perspective. Keith Park, Ph.D., author of The Serenity Solution, describes three ways we can embrace this divinity amidst our busy, everyday lives and enjoy peace and clarity.
Date: 2014-02-10 By: Djuna Wojton
We've ushered in a New Year, and with it comes an opportunity to make a fresh start. You have probably made your list of resolutions for the coming year with renewed optimism, but creating positive changes can be challenging. Here, Karmic Choices author Djuna Wojton provides three tips to help you achieve your goals—no matter what they may be.
Date: 2014-10-06 By: Anna Guest-Jelley
How can we shift our focus to a more positive image of our bodies? Anna Guest-Jelley, co-author and contributor to Yoga and Body Image, explains how she made her shift.
Date: 2014-01-13 By: Servet Hasan
Let's face it: breakups hurt, even when we knew that the relationship was doomed in the first place and it was time to move on months ago. These changes can be powerfully painful, but there are ways to move forward. Servet Hasan, author of The Intuitive Heart of Romance and the new Life in Transition, provides 3 ways to survive a bad breakup.
Date: 2016-08-01 By: Servet Hasan
It can be confusing when you see yoga represented through pictures. It's very hard to photograph a person's process, so you might look on Instagram, and see someone in a bikini on a yacht in Bali with her ankle behind her head and say, "What?!? If that's what yoga is, it doesn't apply to me!" But, yoga is about so much more than the poses. It's about tuning in and facing those places within you where you still have healing to do. Here, Yoga's Healing Power author Ally Hamilton explains 3 ways yoga changes your life for the better, and not simply through its poses.
Date: 2016-05-23 By: Servet Hasan
Sensitive people have gotten a bum rap. We live in a world that doesn't embrace the values of sensitivity, so we get told that we are weak, unusual, touchy, and hard to please. The sad truth is that we hear these messages in many ways throughout our lives. Even if it is from a well-meaning teacher or parent who tries to "toughen us up," the crux of these messages is that there is something wrong with being sensitive. But what if we came to realize that our sensitivity is actually composed of many different strengths? Dr. Kyra Mesich, author of the new Strength of Sensitivity, presents four of the secret strengths of sensitivity.