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Date: 2014-08-11 By: Dr Linda Backman
Each and every one of us chooses to incarnate with an intended soul purpose—but how do we discover what that purpose is? And how can we learn to heal in our present lives when issues are caused by hurts in a past lifetime? Dr. Linda Backman, author of Bringing Your Soul to Light and the new Evolving Soul, explains.
Date: 2014-07-07 By: William L. Mikulas PhD
Throughout recorded history, and all around the planet, people have reported touching and dwelling in an enlightened state of consciousness. This very high state goes under many names, including "enlightenment." But what do we actually know about this state? William L. Mikulas, PhD, author of Taming the Drunken Monkey discusses six things we know about enlightenment.
Date: 2014-05-19 By: Leta Herman & Jaye McElroy
Whether you're currently in a long-term, committed relationship, or just beginning your soul mate search, romantic partners can be confusing. Perhaps you connect fantastically with your new lover in the bedroom...but not so much anywhere else. Perhaps the opposite is true: your relationship feels perfect in every way except when it enters the bedroom. These issues—and many others—are energetically based. Discover which of the Five Elements you most identify with, and use this knowledge to find, make, and keep lasting love.
Date: 2014-03-03 By: Richard Webster
Every day, we speak unconsciously through our postures, gestures, and expressions—the unspoken communication of body language. Picking up on these unspoken cues—and projecting what we truly want to say to the world—can be truly life-changing. Richard Webster, author of Body Language Quick & Easy explains.
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: 2014-01-20 By: Servet Hasan
None of us can escape loss or change. Life's challenges are universal and eventually will find us. Whether you're moving to a new city, facing an illness, or experiencing a divorce in your family, we can face the transition with optimism and turn it into a period of enormous personal and psychological growth. Servet Hasan, author of Life in Transition, explains.
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: 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: 2013-12-23 By: Michelle Arbeau
Like Dorothy in The Wizard of OZ, who ended up safely back in Kansas by saying the magic words, "There's no place like home," you are shaping your destiny every single day through the energy of the words you speak. The words you use on a regular basis, whether thought, spoken, or written, are constantly creating your reality. Michelle Arbeau, author of The Energy of Words, discusses how you can change the course of your life simply by using the right words.
Date: 2013-10-07 By: Tess Whitehurst
In today's society, we are bombarded with mixed messages regarding appearance that many of us may feel that we are "damned if we do, and damned if we don't." But fashion and self-care don't need to be dismissed as silly or shallow—rather, as Magical Fashionista author Tess Whitehurst illustrates, fashion is a powerful and magical tool for personal power and transformation.