Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by A. Paul Miller, author of The Mindful of Calm.
As we lead up to the holidays and start to think about our Christmas lists and what we want to put on them, it is a good time to reflect on what we already have and for what we should be grateful already having. Let me share an experience with you that I always remember when I get the urge to want more.
Several years ago, while visiting a friend in the hospital who was recovering from a stroke, he mentioned how much we can take our health for granted. I suddenly found myself telling him about this experience I had previously had.
An evening spent ironing: yay!! The wardrobe was empty, and I
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Sara Wiseman, author of Writing the Divine, Your Psychic Child, and the new Becoming Your Best Self.
At its core, intuition is a spiritual path. That’s what I thought when I first started writing about spiritual intuition… and it’s what firmly believe today.
You see, I’ve been teaching people to walk the path of the spiritual psychic for a while. And while I certainly expected folks to change from this practice, I never fathomed just how much, and how quickly these transformations would happen!
In person, by phone, by Skype, by email—I’ve worked with thousands of folks, and it doesn’t seem to matter what the medium is.
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Hello from my humble abode at Llewellyn! My name is Angela and I am the newest acquisitions editor covering the spiritual self-help category. I happily started at the beginning of April and have been having a blast integrating myself within the position. I have to admit, I’ve always mentally believed in the concept of manifestation, but for the past few months I have been in mouth-wide-open awe of how things sometimes come together in the most magical way. To get a better feel for what I mean, let me tell you a little about myself. But first, a quote:
"Let yourself be drawn by the stronger
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Claudia Cunningham, author of Biting Back: A No-Nonsense, No-Garlic Guide to Facing the Personal Vampires in Your Life.
How can you tell if someone you know is a vampire? This is a great question, and one we can all use a little help getting to the bottom of, too; it can be pretty confusing sometimes, trying to figure out who are the vampires in our lives and who aren’t. We tilt our heads and adjust our perspective again and again in our efforts to decide about them: are they deliberately malicious? Are they trying to drive us nuts? Do they even know they’re sucking the life out of us?
Is our neighbor so clueless that she really