Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Dr. Paulette Kouffman Sherman, author of The Book of Sacred Baths.
People often report feeling alone in this busy world. There are times we may feel disconnected from ourselves, our family, and our friends, but rarely do we speak about feeling spiritually disconnected from our Source or our soul's purpose.
Sacred baths can help you to connect to your own Spirit and to develop your Divine Team of guides so that you feel unconditionally loved and guided in your life on a daily basis! This is an amazing feeling. For many of us, it's tough to meditate regularly, but we can all take a twenty-five minute bath! This can be your time alone in
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Kerry Nelson Selman, author of the new Crystal Resonance.
Recently, as I was meeting and greeting before a workshop, I was asked if I always feel as well as I seemed—"You always beam, it’s amazing." I was reminded just how important it was for each of us to embrace self-responsibility, to be true to ourselves, to be aware that we bring all that we are to any relationship or meeting with another.
We drive the bus called "Life." A bus that is out of control, at best, is no fun for anyone; a bus that lacks direction ends up lost. It feels so good to accept responsibility, to sit in the driver's seat: we determine when to stop and how long
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Sara Wiseman, author of Becoming Your Best Self, Writing the Divine, Your Psychic Child, and the new Living a Life of Gratitude.
In fourth grade, I got my first pair of glasses, after six months of declining grades due to the fact that I could no longer make out the increasingly vague chalk marks on the classroom blackboard.
I was provided with what might possibly have been the ugliest pair of glasses available to a pre-teen girl in that era: chunky, black ovals that made my eyes look like I was wearing a bug costume, and I marched into my classroom accompanied by taunts of "four eyes" and "glasses face."
But I didn't care.
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Tess Whitehurst, author of Magical Housekeeping, The Good Energy Book, and the new Art of Bliss.
My new book, The Art of Bliss, is a holistic system of activating and maintaining a positive momentum in all life areas. You might think of it as a comprehensive magical or metaphysical process in which you can see the ways that everything in your life is interconnected, and in which you can work with this interconnection to continually manifest more and more beautiful conditions. The backbone of the wisdom in The Art of Bliss is derived from feng shui and the I Ching and it may be thought of as something that looks like a tic tac toe board, with