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.
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!
by Ka Hang Leoungk
As an acupuncturist, I do a lot of myth debunking. It’s understandable. After all, acupuncture speaks an entirely different language from the one through which most Westerners learned to see the world. However, with acupuncture continuing to grow in popularity and gain acceptance by mainstream medicine, it’s important to clarify a few myths and misconceptions that have a strong hold on our collective psyche...
Editor's Note: This is a fun, easy-to-grasp article that explains five common acupuncture myths. As an acupuncturist myself, I too spend a lot of time explaining how acupuncture feels, what it does, and if it works. The author is sure to put some misconceptions to rest, and offers insight into how this ancient medicine fits into modern times.
by Laurel Clark, DD, DM
Most people fear death. Although we know that death is inevitable, there is often a difference between what we believe intellectually and what we experience emotionally. Why is this so? It would seem that such a universal experience could be met with acceptance...
Editor's Note: Death is a topic that evokes fear or outright denial in many people. In this article Laurel Clark shows how dreams can help us confront, and come to peace with, this mysterious transition.
by Jeffrey Tucker, DC, DACRB
So much gets revealed to me through posture evaluations. Standing in front of me is a person – usually feeling pain, loss, fear, anger, and with or without acceptance of the distortions that they have become...
by Stella Byrne,BSc (hons), MNIMH,
When I first started practising herbal medicine in South Wales 35 years ago, I was struck by my easy acceptance...
Editor's Note from Dylan Warren-Davis: There is currently a growing trend in biotech companies trying to grab hold of key medicinal herbs and patent them. However it is important to see that herbs belong to the culture that has traditionally used them and that they belong to their common heritage of the people, this is why it is important to respect herbal knowledge within the culture from which it has evolved. A Welsh Herbal presents the herbs used within the Welsh herbal tradition.
by Christy Diane Farr
Sometimes the anxiety just comes for me, the collision of my reality and the way I think it should be. It’s a mental train wreck that keeps me stuck. I cling to the dreams, the shoulds, the appearance of a gap...
Editor’s Note from Eden Kozlowski: This article is short and sweet with a pow punch. The message... accept today as much as you can. If it is just as you wanted it to be or a piece of you know what! It is all somehow ok and perfect in its imperfection. The last sentence is great!
by Mastin Kipp
The way that I see it is that without self-acceptance your spiritual path is 'spiritual entertainment' at best. I mean you might as well watch a movie and just observe someone else going through a transformation. It's so true...
Editor´s Note from David Arenson: Founder of The Daily Love, Mastin Kipp shares with our readers his down-to-earth eclectic and lived spiritual experience regarding self-acceptance. Always provocative and sure-to-be transformational, Kipp openly reveals truths we hold about spiritual growth that may challenge our beliefs. "The Path is not so much about changing or fixing ourselves as it is accepting ourselves..."
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