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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 Robert F. Esterley III

My name is Robert F. Esterley III. My friend, Sherri Eberhart, allowed me the opportunity to create a healing space for her during the final months of her battle against breast cancer. Here’s our story...

 

Editor's Note from Sue O'Callahan: I love the idea of creating an Angel Room or other sacred spaces in the home. Just the thought of it soothes my soul. Robert Esterley designs with the sacred and spiritual in mind. In this article he shares the story of a dear friend's request to create an angel room in her home while bravely confronting breast cancer. Robert beautifully illuminates the powerful healing effect of the process and of allowing the divine to hold us in that space, no matter where we are.

 

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

If you look around, the only thing that has improved is technology – not quality of life, health, happiness, peace or anything else of importance – meaningless technology that brings things we don't need into our lives...

 

Editor's Note from David Arenson: Who are we really?

How did we reach this point?

Money spinning around from Banks to Corporations, Media, Government and then recycling back to Banks again to create ever-more profit. Or, in one word – Greed.

What can we do about it – or is it too late?

 

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by Trish Regan

I have been completely following my heart and only taking actions that feed my soul. Of course, many say that an entrepreneur must keep themselves in the public eye in front of their clients in order to keep business flowing … this means writing in your blog a few times a month. For me, though, all of that activity, up until now, just has not done it for me. I simply cannot move into any action that does not feel right...

 

Editor's Note from Sue O'Callahan: We often hear people saying we need to trust the process of life. And sometimes life asks us to be still, to do nothing. How do we reconcile our cultural conditioning that says to thrive we must work hard and achieve, when all of our internal messaging is to withdraw from the routine? As winter calls us in-doors, Trish Regan's article inspires us to trust and ask how we can best nurture our souls.

 

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by Mada Eliza Dalian

With all the calamities that have been occurring on the planet, what are the lessons that we can learn about life and ourselves?

Most of us take our life on this planet for granted. When something dramatic happens, it forces us to re-evaluate the reason we are here and why we do what we do. Calamities, illness and death are the greatest teachers and awakeners...

 

Editor's Note from Sue O'Callahan: This is an interview with Mada on what we can do to create a new way of living and being. It's the perfect read to usher in the New Year. May we use intuition, the essence of heart intelligence, to guide us throughout 2014 and welcome all the year brings!

 

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Editor's Note from Sandra Miniere: Boyd Varty learned about "ubuntu" from Nelson Mandela. "Ubuntu" means "I am because of you." (Nelson Mandela was a guest in his home after his imprisonment.) Boyd shares stories demonstrating this concept based on his life in the wilderness of South Africa. His stories are entertaining and drive home the message that in a more collective society our own wellbeing is deeply tied to others. Values and possessions are shared. People, animals and ecosystems teach us the meaning of integration and wholeness. Enjoy!

 

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by Mada Eliza Dalian

Normally, our heart opens when we feel accepted and loved by others. But when we are rejected, we feel hurt and our heart immediately closes. By holding on to our hurt and expectations, we rob ourselves of experiencing the divinity and bliss of love that is within us. When we open our hearts and surrender to love, we begin to feel what others feel and realize that we are not different...

 

Editor's Note from Sue O'Callahan: Mada's article inspires us to look within to be free to love with an open, undefended heart. She recommends we become aware of the feelings and emotions arising while engaging with others. Mada reminds us that life is an opportunity to connect deeply with others and to love wholly and completely.

 

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by Rowan Hooper

Most of the cells in your body are not your own, nor are they even human. They are bacterial. From the invisible strands of fungi waiting to sprout between our toes, to the kilogram of bacterial matter in our guts, we are best viewed as walking "superorganisms," highly complex conglomerations of human cells, bacteria, fungi and viruses...

 

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Editor's Note from Sue O'Callahan: Gangaji looks at the general nature of uncertainty in our lives while offering a simple tool for bringing clarity and ease in the midst of the unknowing.

 

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

The more I learn about our history, the more sickened I become, and the more resolute I become that we need to change (en masse) and stop concealing what we have done to each other...


Editor's Note from David Arenson: Our history is littered with horrors – and it has to end. The wealth and power is still the hands of the privileged few. Entrenched in our system is injustice. It must be the end of an epoch; a new order will substitute the old, an order in which Love will reign on earth. What is required is a revolution... We need a cleansing of our sins, a collective cleansing of our minds, and end of separation politics and economics, a return to the sacred, and a return to the soul.

 

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by Kevin Mathews
Cross-posted from www.Care2.com

Environmentalism isn’t often easy, but there are a number of environmental apps that put a more sustainable way of life conveniently at your fingertips...

 

Editor's Note from Sue O'Callahan: Green, sustainable living is made easier with these 5 apps created to assist in making better, Earth friendly choices.

 

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Editor's Note from David Arenson: Phillip Askew, yoga instructor, and Lydia Walker, the Goddess in motion, formerly of the School of American Ballet, present their sacred art, "Variations On Surya Namaskara" as part of Columbia Ballet Collaborative's Fall Show at New York City Center Studio on November 22, 2008. With the improvisational accompaniment of pianist Jonah Rank. Yoga Ballet, Romantic Dancing, Moving Meditation or Ballet Yoga? You decide!

 

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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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