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 Joan Silva

The word Pilgrimage was made even more impactful to me with the book I just finished reading, "Off the Road" about a modern-day walk down the Pilgrim's Route into Spain. The author's pilgrimage reminds me how much alike our money life is to the deeply moving experience one gets on a walking or metaphorical pilgrimage. Both have their struggles, delights, confusion and incredible openings...

 

Editor's Note from Sandra Miniere: Joan Silva describes our emotional attachments to money and offers three tips to transform our relationship with money. She takes us on a journey in order to see money from a higher perspective and gives us a deeper understanding of its sacredness. She reminds us that money does not necessarily make us feel happy or improve our self-esteem. Her pilgrimage metaphor describes important issues we must all address. The journey is worth the reward!

 

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Editor's Note from Sandra Miniere: Jack Canfield highlights the Cliff Young Story in relationship to one of his success principles--believe it is possible. Cliff Young, a 61 year old farmer in Australia, runs a 600 mile race. Against the odds, he wins the race against seasoned runners. This inspiring story reminds you that when you have a vision and keep going to achieve it, the impossible has no power over you. While dealing with a physical challenge, I am running a race to achieve optimal health once again. I find this story just the medicine I need to defy the odds!

 

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Editor's Note from Sue O'Callahan: Snatam Kaur's song, We are Peace, is the perfect mantra for 2014. A great song for the whole family.

 

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by Lin Morel, PhD

I have a friend who was about five when he went on his first Easter egg hunt.  He came up empty handed and decided he was a failure. His five-year old’s belief that he couldn’t succeed, even when he worked really hard, followed him through his life. It got buried really deeply...

 

Editor's Note from Sue O'Callahan:  Lin Morel's article invites us to say yes to life as it unfolds and trust in the divine process. She shows us how to make the unconscious conscious and allow our inner deep wisdom to guide us and reveal the grace that is ever abundant in our lives.

 

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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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Editor's Note from Sandra Miniere: In life we have a choice as to whether we will focus on the tragedy or the hidden opportunity. Chris Waddell is an inspiration for each of us as we turn our tragedies into triumphs. He makes it sound easy; however, I applaud the obstacles he surmounted in order to become a hero. He focused on what is possible and stayed in action. Enjoy this brief video and powerful message!

 

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by David Starlight,
ATH Co-Editor of Sacred Living

I was blaming everything outside of me and it was making me miserable. I don’t know just how it happened – it’s all in my mind...

 

Editor's Note from David Starlight: Blame goes nowhere and removes the focus and responsibility away from the self. Get busy loving the life you live! Falling is easier than holding on to something you thought you believed in. Control is what keeps us stuck in conflict with reality. Living the life you love is loving the life you live. It starts now…

 

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by Rose Ann Rasic

Although Greg Boyle was certain of his vocation at an early age, he could never have imagined where it would take him. “For me, it was all about being a Jesuit,” he said. They were prophetic, hilarious and outstandingly loving. They were known for their practice of social justice. This drew me to the Society of Jesus...


Editor's Note from Sue O'Callahan: Meet the founder of Homeboy Industries, Father Greg Boyle, a man whose unwavering love and commitment to the young people of his community has brought hope and a path through life's most difficult hardships. www.homeboyindustries.org

 

 

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by Mimi Shannon

Playing small hurts. It not only requires constant attention and energy to tuck in and hide who you really are, but by doing so, you are also denying the world the unique gift that being you offers. Think of yourself as a piece of colored glass in a magnificent stained glass window. If you block the light coming through you, a shadow is cast on those around you. Instead of contributing to the whole, you have taken away from it...

 

Editor's Note from Sandra Miniere: Mimi describes the price she paid for playing it safe and small. She used the practice of self-love to move beyond her depression and self-hatred. She encourages you to become your authentic self and share your uniqueness with the world as you bring more self-acceptance into your life. Self-love is the greatest gift you can give yourself!

 

 

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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 Robert Bruce

Are you a spiritual person with a lot going for you in all areas... except you've still not "gotten down" the whole 'Inner Master' Higher Self thing? Do you read books and hear psychics talk about the Higher Self, but you still don't feel like you've really CONNECTED with yours yet? Your intelligence and commitment to spirituality and evolution may be there, so why don't you "hear the call" of your Higher Self yet?...

 

Editor's Note from Sue O'Callahan: Connecting with our "higher self" enhances our ability to be spiritually guided in our daily lives. It illuminates our divine purpose, freeing us to move forward on a deeply fulfilling path. In this article, Robert Bruce helps us get out of our minds on the subject and employ very easy steps to connect and utilize this divine guidance.

 

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by Debbie Drinkard-Grovum

In about a month we will be leaving our Minnesota home of more than thirty years and moving to Florida where we have spent the last few winters...

 

Editor's Note from Sandra Miniere: During the holiday season much emphasis is placed on your relationships--family, friends and colleagues. If you are feeling lonely, there is much you can do to create a community that supports and empowers you. In this article Debbie shares social relationship research, provides a brief self-assessment, and encourages everyone to take purposeful action in order  to cultivate meaningful relationships. Make your relationships a priority, they enable you to live longer and, of course, get more pleasure out of life.

 

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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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