SACRED LIVING
What is Sacred Living? The exploration of moving from life lived via the intellect (our rational Western minds), to embracing life lived from the Soul (that juicy, amazing place of creation and un-knowing). Learn about how you can achieve sacred living with All Things Healing. Join a community of sacred living & healing practitioners. For more information on sacred living, visit All Things Healing online today!

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(Asst. Editor Sandra Miniere, MEd) David is the founder of Shambhala Retreats. A Naturopath, Intuitive Healer and Transformational Coach, David writes and educates people international...
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David G. Arenson, ND
Sue O’Callahan has been working as an intuitive energy healer since 2000. Her education and training includes Medical Intuition, Light Energy, Vibrational Healing, Color Therapy, ...
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by Kate Mitchell

Everything is an initiation. And I mean EVERYTHING. When you are having a challenge of any kind, simply say out loud, “This is an initiation.” What this does is take you out of the emotional attachment and into your Higher Self...

 

Editor's Note from Sue O'Callahan: Kate Mitchell provides an excellent reminder that each day affords us multiple opportunities to deepen our self-awareness and healing. Having the presence to remind ourselves that events triggering internal upset is an opportunity for healing and awakening, is not always easy. I like the idea of using her title, Everything is an Initiation, as a screen saver or mantra.

 

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by Pat Heydlauff

“When we long for life without difficulties, remind us that oaks grow strong in contrary winds and diamonds are made under pressure,” said Peter Marshall, former pastor of Westminster Presbyterian Church in Atlanta, who also twice served as Chaplain of the United States Senate...

 

Editor's Note from Sandra Miniere: Pat Heydlauff explores the three most common stressors in today's society and encourages us to manage stress effectively. She shares four empowering strategies in her stress control plan. Bringing our beliefs and values into alignment with our decisions and actions plays an important role in reducing stress and improving the quality of our lives.

 

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Editor's Note from Sue O'Callahan: Rupert Spira offers a true gem for those drawn to or engaged in self-inquiry. During this satsang, he  draws an evocative analogy between the creation of music and the experience of thought and physical activity.

 

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Editor's Note from Sue O'Callahan: I have watched this video several times as it looks at depression from a different but personal perspective. Jeff Foster likens depression to a state of "deep rest" entered into when completely exhausted by the weight of a false story of ourselves. www.lifewithoutacentre.com

 

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by Cathy Cassani Adams

You are in a hurry.

Even when you don’t have to be anywhere, you are trying to get somewhere.

You have been trained to be in a hurry, to move fast, to get a lot done in the least amount of time...

 

Editor's Note from Sandra Miniere: Cathy Cassani Adams reminds parents to get off autopilot and out of the fast lane in order to be with their children in a mindful way. The decision to be present without leading and judging turns any activity into a meditation. This five-minute practice enables you to feel peaceful and connect with your children in meaningful ways.

 

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by Mada Eliza Dalian

Like many, when I heard the news about Robin Williams' suicide I had a pause. This naturally brings up a surprise and sadness and feels like a loss for so many of us whose lives he filled with laughter through his personality and amazing talent. Suicide is one of life's paradoxes just as happiness and sadness are...

 

Editor's Note from Sue O'Callahan: Mada examines Robin William's death and the issue of suicide today. As we know, his death has sparked a national conversation. Prior to this, the subject like those affected has generally been avoided. Perhaps it will take the death of this beloved man to open our hearts and minds and broaden the discourse. It is my heartfelt wish that we embrace and support families like his who inherit the challenging legacy of suicide.

 

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by David G. Arenson, ND
ATH Co-Editor of Sacred Living

We have been hijacked by left-brained analysis, taught to tick boxes, and fulfill obligations, follow order and suppress creativity. It's time to end our left-brain-centered thinking and open ourselves to new pathways of expression, in essence, surrendering to the imagination...

 

Editor's Note from David Arenson: Society has been wrong about one fundamental idea which has polluted our entire consciousness – this idea that we are separate. This presents an argument for ending left-brain domination and opening our minds to possibility. The differences we highlight are an illusion. We are all the same flesh and blood, made from the same cosmic particles. Imagination is more important than knowledge and this thing called “life” is the greatest possible journey of awareness we can go on.

 

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by Janno Õnneleid, Dip PH

Are you giving to yourself what you need for your well-being?

Maybe you've stopped doing so because somewhere along the line you began to believe you didn't deserve to have your needs met? That only a select few "special ones" get to have their needs met?

That is a lie! Time to say hello to your truth and come back to balance by giving yourself the gift of whatever it is that you need the most...

 

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by Arvick Baghramian

Shamanism is humanity’s oldest spiritual practice. But what do we mean by that? And what do we mean when we say that we are spiritual or trying to live a spiritual life? Spirituality has always been one of the focal points in my shamanic workshops...

 

Editor's Note from Sue O'Callahan: Arvick's book, The Magic of Shamanism, is a rich exploration of shamanic healing and traditions. This article is an excerpt from it on spirituality and how through shamanic journeying we deepen our understanding of personal and universal truth. She shares how the symbolic messages communicated during journeys help us transcend internal obstacles and limitations.

 

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by Melissa Wadsworth

Creating new community is a tapping into what it means to commune at this point of our human history. What is possible? What is desired? What structures help us to leap forward in a healthier relationship to Earth? What values facilitate a more engaged connection to daily life for people of all ages? What discoveries and inventions arise from communing with spirit as the first basis of creation?...

 

Editor's Note from Sandra Miniere: In this book excerpt, Melissa Wadsworth describes the concept of "essential communing" and how we can use it to create communities using our hearts and minds: Heart-centered individuals working together will manifest shared goals, values and visions. Melissa invites us to create groups in a variety of forms that support and encourage harmonious living. The message is timely because it takes a village to promote sacred living.

 

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by David G. Arenson, ND
ATH Co-Editor of Sacred Living

Suffering has no name.

You could call it pain, anguish, hurt, cruelty, betrayal...it comes in many guises. It has many faces. Internally it's perceived in so many ways, related to biology in different ways, psychology, and the belief system...

 

Editor's Note from David Arenson: Regarding feeling hurt at the hands of other people, on a fundamental level, they can only do this if we let them. Thich Nhat Hanh said: “When another person makes you suffer, it is because he suffers deeply within himself. He does not need punishment; he needs help.”

 

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by Mimi Shannon

Last week, in a serendipitous moment, Google and the Universe popped me this question via an online forum, where someone had randomly posted it. Maybe I’m outing myself as some kind of a self-love geek but, not only was I immediately challenged to answer it, but I also knew it was a gift...

 

Editor's Note from Sandra Miniere: Self-love is misunderstood and avoided by many. Mimi Shannon asks the question, "What does self-love mean to you? This question bypasses your ego's censors and awakens you to the many ways you feel and express self-love every day. She shares a compelling list of what self-love means to her and invites you to get in touch with all of the ways you live this truth. As you give this question your attention, you ignite the eternal spark of love that is you.

 

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Mandela Lives On: 8 Things I Learnt from Madiba

by David G Arenson, ND

A nation mourns. The event we dreaded yet knew was inevitable has finally dawned on us. Mandela has fallen.

I remember distinctly the day Nelson Mandela was released from Victor Verster prison. Who could forget? I was a mere child yet young enough to know something significant was happening.
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