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Date: 2002-05-13 By: Louis J. Hammond
Precis: A timid young man discovers how studying the palms of his hands not only reveals insights into his nature, but brings him a surprising level of popularity. HOW I GOT FRIENDSBy Louis J. Hammond Most people don't realize it, but ...
Date: 2013-01-14 By: Louise Helene and Kim Osborn Sullivan
Oftentimes, women in particular have questions about relationships, including how to find a good man, knowing when the time is right for marriage, and calling it quits when the relationship isn't working. And what about sitting by the phone, waiting for his call? Louise Helene & Kim Osborn Sullivan, co-authors of I Saw Your Future and He's Not It, offer four activities to help you regain your personal power and confidence...and to make him call.
Date: 2004-01-05 By: Mabel Iam
The elusive notion of Karma Karma is the law of cause and effect. It encompasses all the energetic movements brought on by people’s thoughts, actions, feelings, desires, and their relationship to their surroundings. A good illustration of this law ...
Date: 2004-03-01 By: Mabel Iam
Magic is the art of using the energies provided by nature and the universe. When blocked energy becomes free, it produces pleasure and is hence welcomed by those around you. Successfully finding the right mate is a process that has three main steps. ...
Date: 2004-06-28 By: Mabel Iam
When lights are turned off and sheets tucked in and you drift into deep sleep, everything seems to be suspended. This is the time when your innermost desires and fears – those which you won’t recognize in your waking life – are unleashed. Do ...
Date: 2008-03-01 By: Magenta Griffith
Pathworkings are a type of guided meditation based on the Major Arcana of the tarot. The idea of guided meditation for spiritual purposes goes back to St. Ignatius of Loyola in the sixteenth century, if not earlier. These exercises are based on the Tree of Life diagram, and derive from the Kabbalah, a school of Jewish mysticism dating back at
Date: 2014-03-12 By: Maggie Anderson
In mid-February 2008, I drove through the northeast Iowa countryside and was startled to see dozens of farmers in their fields on tractors, plowing through several feet of snow! I'd lived in the area for most of my long life and had never seen such a thing. They surely can't be planting corn now! I thought. Do they have really bad cases of cabin
Date: 2015-03-11 By: Maggie Anderson
Our agricultural ancestors also had health and grooming concerns similar to our own; that's why we've inherited their knowledge about the best phases of the Moon to have haircuts, visit the dentist, and begin a new business. But, personal goals were not the focus—food, family, and community were. However, it is a huge waste of moonbeam power to ignore the Moon and her phases when pursuing a primary focus of modern humans: self-improvement. Discover how to use the Moon's phases and the signs of the zodiac to enhance your self-improvement goals in this article from Llewellyn's 2010 Moon Sign Book.
Date: 2012-02-20 By: Mambo Chita Tann
At the beginning of spring in the Northern Hemisphere, plants and trees awaken from dormancy, animals awaken from hibernation, and human thoughts turn to cleaning, cherry blossoms, and young love. At the same time, the Roman Catholic Church and a significant portion of the world’s Christians engage in Lent. What is Lent, anyway, and is it relevant for those who practice more than one religion, or religion(s) that aren’t Christian? Mambo Chita Tann, author of Haitian Vodou, describes the Haitian Vodou practices for Lent—and how we all, regardless of religious belief or affiliation, can benefit from a brief period of quiet and cleansing.
Date: 2009-03-13 By: Marcia Masino
Stressful economic times call for creative and inventive solutions. As a Tarot reader with a focus on business mentoring, I help clients realize which of their assets, strategy, and talents lead the way to prosperity. The Tarot cards can reveal new ways to help your business thrive because they carry the soul’s message (which is not filled with