Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Dawn Reno Langley, PhD, author of the new You Are Divine.
Recently, I moved from one island to another, more secluded, island. I joked with someone today that I see more dolphins than people these days. That's not a bad thing. Being on the ocean inspires me in ways I hadn't thought were possible, though I've dreamed of this move for years. The constant pull of the waves and experiencing both sunrise and sunset, an unimpeded view of ocean in one direction and marsh in the other, has catapulted me into an almost transcendental state. The calming influence of the ocean sound mesmerizes me. With this serenity comes insight into myself and my cup
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Ann J. Clark, author of the new Healing from Great Loss.
Losing a loved one is one of life's most difficult experiences. I lost my daughter, my only child, unexpectedly several years ago. I call this kind of loss "great loss," because it hurts so much worse and is so much harder to move beyond than other losses that we may have experienced. Such a great loss is life-changing, but what that change turns out to be is up to us. One of the keys to creating a positive future after great loss can be found in defining moments.
Defining moments spell out who we choose to be after we have lost someone or something that gives meaning to our lives
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Shelley A. Kaehr, PhD, author of several titles, including Meet Your Karma, Past Lives with Pets, Heal Your Ancestors to Heal Your Life, and the new Blast from the Past.
People always do their best to avoid pain. Despite that fact, I've found that the highs and lows in life provide us keys to unlock the secrets of our souls. Noticing extremes and monitoring our feelings shows us where healing is needed for our personal growth and expansion.
I've identified something I call Supretrovie—a spontaneous past life memory that's triggered by external events such as travel, objects, or meeting people we've encountered before that's featured in
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by RJ Spina, author of the new Supercharged Self-Healing.
Healing is the return to what is original to you. What is original to you is the being-ness you eternally are. This being-ness—what is original to you—exists prior to belief, thought, emotion, action, and behavior. Prior to the body itself. Prior to any incarnation. Being-ness must already exist for there to be an experience. Being-ness must already be present for a memory to be created.
Self-healing and self-actualization are the great undoing of your humanistic misperceptions, misunderstandings, and misidentifications. Your beliefs, concepts, ideologies, and so-called knowledge