Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Kris Franken, author of the new Call of Intuition.
As humanity awakens to a new way of living on earth, we are rediscovering the healing power of local communities.
Those who have been disconnected from in-person relationships may find it difficult to step into a community of people. Relationships are inherently challenging; however, they also create opportunities for us to learn, heal, and ultimately, grow into a higher expression of who we came here to be.
Relationships remind us of what matters. They are a mirror to our light and shadow, pointing to our luminous aspects and guiding us into deeper healing of all that is hidden.
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Alana Fairchild, author of numerous books and oracle decks, including the new Angelic Lightwork and Kali Oracle.
Numerically, 2020 is a 4 year, which is the number of foundations. The 4 frequency can show us where we are out of alignment, helping us recognize what isn't working in our lives and our world. If we can bear the discomfort of that knowledge, a healing crisis can become the breakthrough we need to put us firmly on a better and brighter path.
The base chakra and Kali Ma—the divine goddess who governs the base chakra—share sacred resonance with the number 4.
The base chakra is the place where we store and experience our
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Dr. Kenneth J. Doka, author of the new When We Die.
A number of years ago, a good friend died the day before his son's (my godson's) fourth birthday. As he lay dying, he asked me to promise to look out for his son. It was a promise I readily kept; as he grew, we helped him with school projects and clothes. We sent him to sports camps and brought him along on family vacations.
On one vacation in the Bahamas, my godson was having the time of his life—snorkeling, swimming, and jet skiing. One night, as I walked on the beach alone, I had an incredible experience. I can only describe it by saying that it felt like every cell in my body
So many of us are at home at this time, staying safe by working and teaching our children remotely. But, being at home for long periods of time can result in feelings of cabin fever or even anxiety. Perhaps you've invested in updates or improvement projects for your home that you've long wished to tackle, or perhaps you've created a new cozy nook for your workspace, your children's learning area, or your reading area.
We're now entering the season of winter here in the Midwest (as is the norm with our Minnesota seasons, we seemed to have switched from comfortable and beautiful autumn into a six-inch snowfall with little warning). Many of us here in the Midwest spend so much time