Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Alexandra Chauran, author of numerous books, including Getting Through It: Reclaiming Your Life After Adversity, Change, or Trauma and the new Modern Guide to Mudras.
A labyrinth is like a maze, but one in which you cannot get lost. As a meditative tool, a labyrinth can be large enough to move through in a walking meditation, or small enough to trace with a pencil on a piece of paper. The purpose of the labyrinth is to go deep into meditation through tracing one's movements through the labyrinth. Some labyrinths are designed to spiral inward, symbolizing the process of going deep into one's mind. After reaching the centre of the labyrinth,
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Leslie Sampson, author of the new Find Your Twin Flame.
The overwhelming belief in the twin flame universe is that a locating your twin flame on Earth is required to be fully connected or "in union" with your twin flame. But the plain truth is that twin flames are never disconnected.
Whether your twin is on Earth (or even in some other universe) or on the Other Side, you can connect with them. After all, they're the only other soul in all of creation that matches yours exactly. You have a direct line to them.
Let me tell you a secret. Lean close; let me whisper it to you, because you haven't it heard before now. Are you ready? You are
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Cyndi Dale, author of a number of books, including the new Advanced Chakra Healing.
When my oldest son was young, he made a very interesting announcement.
"Mom, I've decided what's amiss with the world."
Like, "What is wrong with people?"
"So, what's amiss?" I politely responded.
"People just don't know the difference between what's real and not. Like, when someone is crying on television, it's fake and you can ignore it. But when they do it in front of you, you should help."
In my most recent book, Advanced Chakra Healing: Four Pathways to Energetic Wellness and Transformation, I examine the topic of what is truly "real" or
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Atherton Drenth, author of the new Intuitive Dance.
It has become a tradition in our family to gather for one day in the summer at a large water park located in a small village nearby. Our party consists of eight adults, one teenager, and three grandchildren celebrating the warm summer day with water play and a picnic. As the day begins to wind down, all the grandchildren are gathered up and escorted by their adored aunt and uncle to the store for inordinately large ice cream cones and to purchase any stuffed animal that meets their fancy. As you can imagine, the grandchildren love this little ritual. By the following year, when we return to