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Date: 2013-08-15 By: Sara Wiseman
Date: 2013-07-01 By: Richard Harvey
We all have an inner hunger for happiness, for love, for security. But how do we bring these things into our lives? Richard Harvey, author of Your Essential Self, explains how we must first find our true essence, and all other things will easily follow.
Date: 2013-06-24 By: Nanci Shanderá PhD
Alchemists put various base metals, such as lead, through a series of processes that refine them until they become gold, and these alchemical processes in a laboratory are symbolic for the transformation of our inner "lead" into our "Gold," or True Self, our Soul. Dr. Nanci Shanderá, author of Your Inner Gold, discusses the seven stages of alchemy and how they apply to our personal transformative process.
Date: 2013-06-10 By: Tess Whitehurst
While it may sound like a contradiction, flower magic is both highly subtle and highly potent. It's subtle in that floral energy patterns lie beneath the concrete, everyday realm of awareness. It's potent in that a flower's vibratory patterns can merge with our personal patterns in ways that infiltrate and shift every aspect of our awareness and life experience, all the way down to molecules, thought waves, and emotional states. Like water dripping on a stone, the subtlety of a flower's vibrational signature—especially when combined with a clear-as-crystal intention—can steadily and relentlessly bring about lasting change. Tess Whitehurst, author of The Magic of Flowers, provides seven rituals for lasting and powerful flower magic.
Date: 2013-05-06 By: Debra Moffitt
You may not realize it, but there's a place within you that holds the seeds for healing your heart and cultivating peace and joy; author Debra Moffitt calls this the secret garden. How can we get in touch with our inner self and reap the benefits of cultivating our inner secret garden? Garden of Bliss author Moffitt provides 4 ways to explore your secret garden.
Date: 2013-04-22 By: Anysia Kiel
Because it houses our clairvoyant abilities, people often identify the brow, or third-eye, chakra as our bodies' main psychic center. This is incorrect; indeed, the throat chakra, which houses the abilities of clairaudience, clairscent, and clairgustance, is the true psychic center of the body. Anysia Kiel, author of Discovering the Medium Within, discusses these psychic abilities and the importance of a balanced and empowered throat chakra.
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: 2013-01-07 By: Cyndi Dale
Who doesn't want to be with their true love? How do we find our soul mates? Do they really exist? Cyndi Dale, author of several books, including the new Beyond Soul Mates, explains the nature of soul mate relationships and how we can attract them.
Date: 2012-12-03 By: Cyndi Dale
We've all been in a toxic relationship at some point or another. Perhaps you are in one now. So how do we deal with toxic relationships, those that involve negative, pessimistic people that trip us up? Cyndi Dale, author of the new Beyond Soul Mates, explains that the change must come from within us before we can combat our toxic relationships.
Date: 2012-10-01 By: Richard Webster
Although you may not be consciously aware of it, you're reading faces every day. You assess a person's character by looking at their face, and most of the time your first impressions will be correct. Why do we do this? Can we improve our face-reading skills? Could we spot a liar if need be? Richard Webster, author of Face Reading Quick & Easy, discusses ways to spot a liar—and why reading faces is so important to our everyday lives.