Today’s article shares the value of journaling and invites us to explore how it can benefit our soul and life.
Today’s article shows ways we can let go of trying to make things happen, by opening ourself to ask for what we want.
Can we allow joy when our to-do list is long? Are we too sick or frustrated to experience joy? To explore these answers and allow more joy into our life, read on…
Today’s article is an example of living with the power of being responsible for our personal and spiritual growth, through lessons from the bald eagle.
No matter how much we have and know, part of us may also be searching for something more. Although we may deeply appreciate all that we currently have and know, it’s also part of our inborn desire to want to create, manifest, be, do and have more.
This article intends to inspire us to be more open, loving and gentle with ourself as we nurture our personal growth.
To be free from stress and anxiety without medication, a shift is needed in the way we perceive ourself. By shifting our perception from what we do (doing) to who we are (being), we access, experience and express the power of life, freeing ourself from fear.
Like a smile can brighten our day, a happy “Hello!” can be a beautiful breeze that uplifts our spirits for a moment, a day, or lovingly linger for a lifetime. During holidays and any day, emotions can run high, and it’s ever-evident that the words we speak may be some of the greatest gifts that we give … and receive.
Have you known when something was true, even when it defied logic? Do you sometimes know what will happen, before it happens? If so, you may experience a type of intuitive, extrasensory perception called claircognizance!
Are you sensitive to sounds? Do you sometimes hear what people will say, moments before they speak those exact words? Do you hear intuitive messages in your mind—that may have opposed your logic? Do you hear layers of sound, like the hum of a refrigerator, under the swooping sound of ceiling fan blades spinning, under the chirping of birds outside, under the gripping of a car’s rubber tires on pavement, under the music or tv show, under the talking of another person, under the sound of your own thoughts? If so, you may experience a type of intuitive, extrasensory perception called clairaudience!