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 Susan Campbell, PhD

I became a relationship researcher to help me understand and accept my own relationship hang ups. Most of these hang-ups probably originated in my early relationship with my mother...

 

Editor's Note from Sandra Miniere: Dr. Campbell shares an intimate story about how she connected with her elderly mother at a deeper level by clearing unfinished business from their past. She and her mother healed the past and stepped into the present with more love and acceptance. She describes a "completion process" that we can use to approach relationships that need more healing in our own lives. With courage, an open heart and truth, people can speak up and heal their relationships; in the process, they heal themselves.

 

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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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by David Starlight,
ATH Co-Editor of Sacred Living

With war and strife being broadcast on the airwaves with wild abandon, it would seem that the end of days is nigh. Yet what if the very opposite was true?

What if the negative eruption was merely a prelude to peace...


Editor's Note from David Starlight: A new age is emerging from the dust of conflict. Arising from the embers of destruction is an end to war. It is the final days of the destruction of the sacred temple which is the human being and our radiant earth. The powers of control that have held us hostage and hijacked our freedom, are weakening. It is only through vile propaganda, fear-mongering and hate-speech that war can be prolonged. It will not last. It cannot continue in perpetuity. It is simply not in our nature.

Our true nature is far removed from this chaos. Humanity is waking up.

 

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by Mada Eliza Dalian

Sex ties in with everything in life. We are all sexual beings. Our bodies are created out of a sexual union between a man and a woman. All life is based on these two polarities and cannot exist without them...

 

Editor's Note from Sue O'Callahan: True love and intimacy creates richness in our lives. Mada’s article inspires us to examine our beliefs and attitudes toward sex and sexuality. She explains the interconnectedness of our chakras and how our attitude toward sex and intimacy greatly influences our capacity to give and receive love.

 

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Editor's Note from Sue O'Callahan: In the same way the human body has meridians and an aura, so does the Earth. In this Earth Ways episode, Sonja Grace explores the Earth's ley lines and energy fields. She reminds us of the interconnectedness of humans, the Earth and our galaxy and how taking care of ourselves positively affects the world around us.

 

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by Erica Sofrina
Cross-posted from www.Care2.com

I have always felt that if people could somehow be reminded of their death every day, they might live their lives quite differently...

 

Editor's Note from Sue O'Callahan: I admire people who provide palliative care. I was truly inspired by this article and found myself pondering deeply on each of the 5 reflections of wisdom. Words for us to contemplate as we start a new year!

 

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by Amy Lansky, PhD

Anyone remotely familiar with Shakespeare knows that he sometimes employed the use of a commentator or “observer” in his plays, who periodically remarked, often satirically, on the action. Unlike a mere narrator, however, this type of character speaks essentially as a member of the audience, openly acknowledging that, yes, this is a play. In theater, this device is called “breaking the fourth wall,” with the idea that the stage has three walls (two sides, one back), with the fourth being the imaginary wall between the players and the audience...

 

Editor's Note from Sue O'Callahan: For you Shakespeare's buffs and theatre enthusiasts... Amy Lansky asks us to break down the fourth wall, observe our own lives and enjoy the spectacle. But who observes the observer?

 

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

“You only lose what you cling to.” ~ Gautama Buddha

Stop clinging and there, you'll have your solution. Simple.

In relationships, not so simple...

 

Editor's Note from David Arenson: We love outrageously. We'll do anything to keep a connection - we're so afraid of losing love. Relationships always hold up a mirror to what is real and waiting to be addressed, felt, acknowledged. As needy and complex beings, relationships are the field in which we express our neuroses. The Buddha didn't reach enlightenment within a relationship, so perfection does not exist in relationships. To develop better relationships, we can find solutions in Tibetan Buddhism and the practice of Bodhisattva.

 

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by Amy Lansky, PhD

In past issues of the Active Consciousness Newsletter, as well as in Active Consciousness, I have written about different components or aspects of one’s self. These include...

 

Editor's Note from Sue O'Callahan: Amy Lansky explores the concept of the Original Self. She offers some simple techniques for discovering that part of ourself that existed before conditioning and stories started influencing our behavior and well-being.

 

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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 Denise Hedges

There he was as we were about to leave the store. A little guy about three years old, cute as could be, coming up to the counter with a Klondike Bar in his hands. Coming up to the counter doesn’t exactly describe it...

 

Editor's Note from Sandra Miniere: Denise Hedges relates a delightful story of a small boy's excitement over buying and eating ice cream to adults becoming jaded and apathetic in pursuit of their dreams. After years of disappointments and having our Klondike Bar taken from us, we stop wanting and expecting more. We go numb to the feelings of excitement and anticipation. Denise leaves us with a valuable life lesson on how to get the joy of the three year old back into our souls and lives.

 

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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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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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