Congratulations to Breathing Love and Jennie Lee!
Breathing Love is a winner of the 2018 American Book Fest Best Book Award (Self Help/Motivational Category), and a finalist for the 2018 Independent Author's Network Book of the Year Award (Spirituality/Inspirational Category). It was also named one of the top 10 inspiring books of January 2018 by Aspire Magazine!
Additional Praise for Breathing Love:
"In this beautiful treatise, Jennie Lee gives practical ways to embody love itself; a true path to connection with our inherent divinity."—Tosha Silver, author of Outrageous Openness and Change Me Prayers
"Jennie Lee's Breathing Love is extraordinarily important, because our
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Robert Butera, PhD and Jennifer Kreatsoulas, PhD, authors of the new Body Mindful Yoga.
Hundreds of descriptive names exist for the eyes, nose, teeth, legs, feet, arms, ears, hips, stomach, and more. As kids, we are often given nicknames based on our physical features, usually the awkward or "imperfect" ones. Some of our childhood nicknames make us smile, and others sting. We could ask you to mentally name a few parts of your body that cause you embarrassment or a few of your "imperfect" features that have been nicknamed by others (or yourself). You can probably name them very quickly. We know we can name ours!
Sometimes the labels we
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Vannoy Gentles Fite, author of the new Essential Oils for Emotional Wellbeing.
Essential oils have been used throughout history in conjunction with sacred rituals and ceremonies. I feel I can't begin to fully embrace a ritual or practice until I have my diffuser going with a blend of spiritually enhancing aromas wafting throughout my room. When I get a hint of cedarwood in the air, my mind instantly turns to meditation.
Using essential oils is as easy as knowing which oils work best for which practice. For meditation, I like to use either cedarwood, chamomile, clary sage, frankincense, helichrysum, hyssop, lavender, or vetiver. Using the
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Peter Smith, author of the new Quantum Consciousness: Journey Through Other Realms.
Have you ever wondered about other versions of ourselves that have taken a different path and live as another one of us?
Quantum Physics talks about alternate realities, where a decision we have made has taken us in two directions. The opportunity of this phenomenon is that we remain quantumly entangled with these other selves, because we share the same source (i.e., the timeline before it split in two).
For some years, I've been having conversations with these other selves as a way to trade learnings from the different paths we each took and my