Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Margaret Ann Lembo, author of Chakra Awakening; The Essential Guide to Crystals, Minerals, and Stones; Essential Guide to Aromatherapy and Vibrational Healing, Crystal Intentions Oracle, Crystals Beyond Beginners, and the new Essential Guide to Everyday Angels.
You have many angels around you every moment of your life. They're with you 24/7, when you are sleeping and when you are awake. They are a thought away.
The angelic realm is waiting for you to give them permission to help. They need specific requests to activate their assistance. Because humans have free will, angels need to be asked to assist on your behalf. They respond to
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Jack Adam Weber, author of the new Climate Cure.
Each of us has a personal and a community life, and trying to balance the two can be challenging. We have aches and hurts that have little to do with global and collective trauma/crisis. Larger events have little to do with our personal lives.
Or so it seems.
Our personal lives and global crises intersect inside us. In Climate Cure I write, "Personal crisis and climate crisis intersect in our hearts."
We can't devote all our attention to worldly events, nor can we devote it all to our personal lives (though some try). The goal of inner work is to free us up for outer work, for
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Dr. Debbie Palmer, author of the new Mindful Beauty.
I've read so much about what makes happy people happy—and the things they do on a daily basis that makes them so joyful. What I know is this: being cheerful is contagious—for you and for everyone else around you. (It's hard not to smile when someone else smiles at you!)
It also brings a natural radiance and beauty to your face that can't be mimicked by skin creams or treatments. Happy people are beautiful people. This is what I call truly natural beauty.
Here, then, are 8 habits of happy people. Try them—they're contagious!
Smile. Smiling makes you happy on the inside. It
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Ileana Abrev, author of the new Mindful Mama.
Speculations continue about whether maternal feelings are spiritual, bodily, or environmental in nature and cause. Regardless of from where these feelings arise, the maternal essence is there. This essence resides within a woman from the moment she is born. Over time, it grows just as brightly as a lotus flower. I like to believe that each petal is a stage of the essence that makes as women, mothers, daughters, sisters, grandmothers, granddaughters, partners, wives, aunts, stepmoms, and even in adopted parents.
Writing Mindful Mama has given me further insight into nurturing life and the power