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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

The cosmic laws were created as a vehicle of navigation in a time when we are experiencing quantum leaps of change. These laws will help you stay in your heart, forgive, discern, trust and love without condition, as we shift into a conscious way of living in Universal peace...

 

Editor's Note from Sue O'Callahan: Kate Mitchell's article delineates and simplifies the 12 Cosmic Laws. She offers easy-to-use tips on incorporating and holding them sacred in our lives.

 

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by Tricia Molloy
Whatever your business may be, we all have something in common. We could benefit from the wise counsel of a trusted business partner.

The good news is that this partner is already here but has been sadly underused and neglected. Your business partner is a powerful force with all the wisdom of the universe...

 

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by Rhiame
Cross-posted from WakingTimes.com

In personocratia, we talk about making the transfer of power from ego to soul in order to create the shift of consciousness that we hope for. But how do I know if it is my soul or my ego talking? Since it is a recurrent question, I thought it was time to write about it, and share with you some simple tools to help develop your discernment...

 

Editor's Note from Sue O'Callahan: Rhiame differentiates between ego and soul, exploring the subject experientially. She provides insight and guidance that can be applied effortlessly.

 

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by John Ptacek

Imagine that you are standing under a waterfall. The water pounds down on your head and shoulders and pins your feet to the ground. The steady rush of water feels good. At times, it feels ecstatic.

But often the force of the water is too much. It hurts. You want it to stop. You tilt your body slightly, hoping to find a gap in the sheets of water cascading down on you...

 

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by Sandra Miniere, MEd
ATH Asst. Editor of Sacred Living

If you have tried to eliminate a bad habit, you know how difficult change can be. Your good intentions and best efforts fall apart as you try to eliminate overeating, procrastination, negative thinking, disorganization and more...

 

Editor's Note from Sandra Miniere: Good intentions and best efforts are often not enough to eliminate a habit that is not getting you what you want. These "bad" habits are usually habitual emotional, mental and behavioral patterns that seem to elude your attempts to correct them. The five strategies in this article offer a blueprint to follow when you are ready to replace a negative pattern with a life affirming one.

 

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by Gwen Gordon

...I gaze at the arch of the Milky Way, letting the forms of beloved constellations reveal themselves in the wealth of the luminaries...I am this immensity gazing into itself, born from the fire of its stars and cooled down enough to be able to think, see, and admire. No matter how remote these distant ancestors are, in this moment I know that we would not be without each other. A sense of awe sweeps through me...

 

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

You have accepted your Life Assignment. Now it’s up to you how to fill in the blank canvas…

Good luck!

Whatever your personal journey, you are guaranteed an epic adventure, and remember the oft-quoted words of Joseph Campbell to guide you, “The cave you fear to enter holds the treasure that you seek...

 

Editor's Note from David Arenson: Life is one of the greatest journeys imaginable. These important 10 spiritual reminders - lessons in transformation - remind us that you don’t pass or fail - you may as well enjoy the journey. In the final analysis, there is no failure. Your choice is to choose love over fear every time. On this journey, that’s the most important thing you need to know.

 

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by Dorothy Ratusny, MA

In mindfulness you experience clarity and wisdom; by honoring what “is”, rather than deceptively telling yourself how you “want it to be”....

 

Editor's Note from Sandra Miniere: Dorothy Ratusny encourages you to take charge of your life through the practice of mindfulness. She describes it as a self-empowerment skill that enables you to see things as they are rather than how you want them to be. When you are consciously aware of your thoughts and feelings, how you interact with others, and feedback from others, you are more available to observe truth and recognize change.

 

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by Joan Silva

I am useful. I am divine. I am here on the planet to express my greatness. My presence is enough; I need not do anything to deserve it. Prosperity is my God given right...

 

Editor's Note from Sandra Miniere: Joan Silva reminds you that your words and beliefs have creative power so choose them wisely. The words you use and hear influence your emotions and energy both positively and negatively. She shares five ways to help you choose your words as well as see and do things differently. Follow her five strategies, and you will create more abundance in your life, including money.

 

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by Jessica Williams

The café hour came at a time when I was doing almost all of the childcare and my husband was doing almost all of the work outside the home...

 

Editor's Note from Sue O'Callahan: I think everyone needs a Cafe Hour. The pace at which we live our lives is record breaking and so few of us carve out creative, restorative time. Jessica Williams shares how one hour a week gave birth to a 60,000 word manuscript as well as inner harmony and balance.

 

 

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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 Debbie Drinkard-Govum

Symbols are powerful images of our deepest feelings and can provide enormous comfort during challenging times. I have always paid attention to symbols in my life but never more so than when I had breast cancer...

 

Editor's Note from Sandra Miniere: Debbie shares her personal story of courage through breast cancer and explains how three symbols gave her comfort during this challenging time. These symbols were associated with real world events and served as signs that she was not alone. They empowered and inspired her to keep going. She reminds us that we receive signs when we are facing life's challenges. It is our job to notice and work with them.

 

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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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