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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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by Sara Childre, President and CEO of Institute of HeartMath
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In many cultures around the world, people start each morning thinking about what they’ll do that day. They check their schedules, plan their activities and make their lists...


Editor's Note from Sue O'Callahan: In this article, Sara Childre inspires us to consider starting each day asking what heart, care and compassion we can bring to each new day, to truly embody heart-based living. What could be better than adding more heart to our daily practice?


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by Jan Frazier

A big juicy chunk of what passes for spiritual work has to do with trying to change oneself.  Become more peaceful, have a quieter mind, be less stressed, less attached, less reactive...


Editor's Note from Sue O'Callahan: What steps lead to meaningful, lasting change? Jan Frazier teaches conscious awakening from personal experience. In this article she provides a step-by-step guide to inviting intrinsic change into our lives.


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by Amy Lansky, PhD

In the October 2012 issue of the Active Consciousness Newsletter, I wrote about my growing fascination with Hawaiian mysticism — sometimes called Huna. My interest in the wisdom of Hawaii was triggered when I began reading the Spiritwalker trilogy of books by Hank Wesselman, who now teaches workshops on the subject...


Editor's Note from Sue O'Callahan: Many people are naturally drawn to Huna, Hawaiian mysticism. Amy Lansky's article focuses on the "basic self" component of the teaching, highlighting its function and illuminating the importance of respecting and honoring it.


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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 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 Christy Whitman

A good friend of mine has a 15-year-old daughter who is just learning how to drive. As we were talking the other day, my friend Sam told me how excited and nervous her daughter becomes when she is behind the wheel...


Editor's Note from Sandra Miniere: Christy Whitman compares learning to master the Law of Attraction with learning to drive a car. When we feel overwhelmed with the details of the learning curve, we might like to stop, pull over and have a good cry. When things are not going smoothly for me, I can relate to this line, "nothing ever works out for me." This article is filled with encouragement and suggestions to keep going and understand that learning requires practice and patience. Onward and upward!


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

I write this from Yangshuo, China where I am currently based studying Tai Chi and Internal Kungfu. My next journey is to the Wudangshan mountains in Hubei province...


Editor's Note from David Arenson: Dreams are there to inspire and motivate us to do more, to do better, to make our lives our own tapestry, our own creation. What dreams could you dream up next to make your life better, greater? What dreams of others inspire you? What dreams have you previously thought were unobtainable or impossible?

Live the "impossible" dream!


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by Dorothy Ratusny, PhD

There are important reasons for knowing how to generate love from within.

When you learn the process for loving SELF, you no longer require or depend on others to love you. (It is wonderful that you feel loved by others, but you no longer live in search of someone to love you)...


Editor's Note from Sandra Miniere: Dorothy Ratusny reveals insights into the deepest origins, meanings and experiences of love. Love is both emotion and energy. As human beings, we experience and express love in physical ways. We also share this sacred energy with others and life by becoming LOVE. Dorothy encourages you to embrace the source of LOVE within you, become one with it and use it to free yourself from the need to feel loved by another.


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Editor's Note from Sandra Miniere: Cheryl Richardson gives practical tips on how to disappoint others by saying no to their requests with less and less feelings of discomfort. The art of extreme self care requires that we say yes to ourselves and no to others at times. While this self-care tip has been around for a long time, I still see many people not doing it. Too many people are getting life-threatening diseases because they do not make themselves a priority. Enjoy!


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

I’m often asked – “do we create our reality?”

The answer is yes and no. From a mystical perspective, the answer is yes, but in our day to day lives, it is very often no, due to the number of blockages and lessons we need to get through in order to evolve...


Editor's Note from David Arenson: Do we create our reality? The forever neverending question!

We are creators of our lives from a soul perspective, but this doesn’t always equate to getting what we want from an ego perspective. Manifesting is positive so long as it is in line with what we intend for our lives. If our soul wants us to go through the experience of, for example, having a miscarriage, then it is not for us to seek the meaning and purpose, but to accept that this was for the highest good.


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Editor's Note from Sandra Miniere: During the Panache Desai Global Gathering in Orlando, I glided around the ballroom to the music of Walking on Sunshine. The music wrapped me in joy, and I felt invincible as I walked on sunshine. I hope the beautiful nature scenes and music in this video make you feel like dancing--a great way to celebrate summer. The title alone makes me feel happy. "I feel the love." Enjoy!!


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by Robert Bruce

There was a time when I was so sensitive and insecure about my energetic and psychic safety that I was constantly monitoring what was happening around me...


Editor's Note from Sue O'Callahan: Robert Bruce teaches us in this article how to create an energy firewall so that we can protect our sacred space and selves from negative energy and influences. He breathes his life experience into the saying "Your energy flows where your attention goes."


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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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