by Lisa McCourt
Most of us have areas in our lives where we’re tolerating things. And we get praised for that, right? We hear, “Suck it up! No pain, no gain! It could be worse!” But any time you’re tolerating something, it causes a slow, steady leak of your energy. It keeps you from being your brightest, best, most vital self. At first blush, tolerating may seem to resemble acceptance. It’s actually the opposite.
Editor's Note from Erica Curtis: Move through the multiple faces of grief toward acceptance and healing through this montage of drawings set to original lyrics by the artist.
Arts & Art Therapy
by Dorinne S. Davis
Women often do not take time to take care of themselves! We tend to take care of others first—children, spouses, parents, relatives. While this trend will probably always continue, the numbers of women taking time to find and use alternative approaches to maintain their health and wellness are increasing. The concept of using sound, specifically sound-based therapy, is gaining more acceptance because it is non-invasive and supports self-healing change from within...
Music Therapy & Sound Healing
Editor's Note from Carol Lawrence and Stacy Toten: Our children are a gift we hope to accept unconditionally. Dr. Shefali helps us in this complicated but so rewarding role. she does a magnificent job explaining what loving and raising our children unconditionally really means. Enjoy!
Family & Parenting
Editor's Note from Sophia Hansen: Internationally known Judith Orloff, PhD who's groundbreaking books and work has helped mainstream understanding and acceptance of intuition and energy. Dr. Orloff shares her story about growing up clairvoyant and her personal journey for how she's embrace the fusion of her intuitive and scientific mind. A must see for those who've always felt different or misunderstood for being born highly intuitive. Learn more about Dr. Orloff at www.drjudithorloff.com.
Intuition & Symbols
by Adam Gainsburg
Intimacy as a dynamic symbolizes the experience and desire to be authentically seen/received for one's inherent uniqueness: "intimacy ~ in-to-me-you-see." As an archetype, the function of intimacy is to unify these quintessential urges within the soul through a deep self-acknowledgement and acceptance of Other...
Editor's Note from Natalie Jovanic: What is intimacy all about? In our relationships, we seek intimacy. However, how can we achieve this state in our relationships? Read this article by Adam Gainsburg and find out more about it.
by Jennifer Moore
As a practicing Reiki Master Teacher and someone who has a long-term interest in the science of healing, I am intrigued by the numerous scientific forays into the energy-healing world. Additionally, as the co-editor of the Rhine Online with a personal interest in psi, I have often noticed audiences at Rhine events lamenting the scientific community’s lack of acceptance and validation for psi experiences...
Intuition & Symbols
by Dorothy Ratusny, MA
“Self-acceptance is the acknowledgement of who you are. Out of acceptance, comes conscious intention and the deliberate action that moves you towards who you are willing to become.” - Dorothy Ratusny...
Editor's Note from Sandra Miniere: Dorothy Ratusny takes an in depth look at self-acceptance and encourages you to see yourself with an honesty that leads to the truth of who and what you are. She asks you to acknowledge what you accept about yourself and what you would like to change and become. Self-acceptance is the first step to healing and lasting change.
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