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The phrase "Rest in Peace" (or R.I.P.) originated from the Latin, "Requiescat in pace," which comes from a prayer within the Roman Catholic burial liturgy that means "may he (or she) rest in peace." It is an adage we often use when we hear someone has passed away. The acronym R.I.P is appropriately how the living feel–their life, their heart, and sometimes their soul, feeling ripped apart when their loved one transitions to the other side. Death may be peaceful for those on their afterlife journey, but not so much for those living with the heartache. Just as we all have our own unique birth story, our life, and our journey to the afterlife, and subsequent life after life is just as ...

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We live in a world of distraction, where our mind is occupied most of the time. In the Western world in particular, we have built a lifestyle that embraces both a shortage of time and a focus on doing…rather than being. All this prevents us from remembering our magnificence. We are remarkable beyond our wildest dreams, beyond our greatest expectations, and in ways that defy imagination. It is difficult in this human form to touch our magnificence, though it is possible. We simply need to do two things. First, we surrender "time" as we know it to be, and then we surrender our idea of "space." Surrendering TimeIn recent years, the practice of mindfulness has received much ...

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The end of life is a powerful, emotionally wrenching, and often profoundly spiritual time. I have been talking with people who are dying and with their families (I define family as all those who are emotionally close to the person who is dying. They might be related by blood, marriage, love, or friendship. Family members can be caregivers, but not all caregivers are family) for more than twenty years as both a social worker and a volunteer, and I have seen how often people's night time dreams help them find peace at the end of life. When I first began asking, "How are your dreams these days?," I was surprised at how many people were pleased and grateful to be talking about something other ...

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For many of us, travel is the spice of life. The comfort and security of home are important, but the unfamiliar stirs the soul. Travel in the physical world offers insight, freedom, and expansion. Travel within—the journey of the spirit—provides the same, especially when exploring past lives. Think about it. Whether you travel without or within, you choose your destination, make the journey, and bring back souvenirs. You can choose to explore your past lives, make the journey by accessing your soul's memory (through meditation, divination, or other life experience), and return to your present life with the best souvenirs of all: information and increased awareness. Once you ...

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