by Sherri Carter, MS
The Emotional Scale, introduced in the Esther Hicks book, Ask and It Is Given, is a tool in creating awareness and personal empowerment. Abraham, through Esther, says “the key to regaining your wonderful feeling of personal empowerment and control is to decide, right now, no matter how good or bad you are feeling, that you are going to do your best to make the best of it...
Editor's Note from Sherri Carter: Develop lasting, empowering, healing change with this new way of working with the Abraham-Hicks Emotional Scale.
by Dorothy Ratusny, MA
In mindfulness you experience clarity and wisdom; by honoring what “is”, rather than deceptively telling yourself how you “want it to be”....
Editor's Note from Sandra Miniere: Dorothy Ratusny encourages you to take charge of your life through the practice of mindfulness. She describes it as a self-empowerment skill that enables you to see things as they are rather than how you want them to be. When you are consciously aware of your thoughts and feelings, how you interact with others, and feedback from others, you are more available to observe truth and recognize change.
by David Starlight,
ATH Co-Editor of Sacred Living
We live in an ever-changing world inside and outside, and in order to find peace and embrace these changes, it seems vitally important to find ways of finding and maintaining one's equilibrium...
Editor's Note from David Starlight: Sādhanā is a Sanskrit word denoting “a practice toward a spiritual goal.” A Sādhanā practice feeds our souls and over time will cultivate a new perspective on empowerment. Regular Sādhanā accesses an inner sanctuary of wisdom and kindness and can become a means whereby "bondage becomes liberation.” (Bhattacharyya) Here is an invitation to step forward in your practice and take the next step forward in your life.
by Jan Engels-Smith
“Life is not measured by the breaths you take, but by its breathtaking moments.” Michael Vance
In shamanism, the belief that there is no death is a concept grounded in the belief of the soul existing in a never-ending process of regeneration...
Editor's Note from Peter Clark: Shamans and those who practice shamanism have always worked with both the living and the dead, helping to convey wholeness and healing to the souls of all. Whether the healing is bringing peace and empowerment to one who is dying, resolving open issues and wounds, or helping the spirit of one who has passed get to the place or state where the most positive non-physical experience can occur, shamans help make this incredible transition even more valuable and transcendent. Extraction, soul retrieval, depossession, and shamanic counseling/teaching can help the living before death, and psychopomp can help the dead after their body dies. Both of these can also help the loved ones who remain in the physical after the transition…
Editor´s Note from Doris Helge: Since bullying in the workplace is a major issue, I'm sharing both a video and an article about bullies at work. After you view the video, the article, "Bullies in the Workplace . . . To empower yourself, banish myths about a bully", will help you gain your personal empowerment and elevate your confidence when you encounter a bully while you're working.
by Dr. Tina Marcantel, NMD
"Health begins in the colon" is a frequent saying among naturopathic physicians. Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) is prevalent in the U.S. because our diet consists mostly of processed foods such as white bread, white pasta, white rice, refined sugar and fast foods...
Editor's Note: With patient education comes empowerment. Learn how you can take a more active role in your IBS management through Naturopathic care.
by Friedeman Schaub, MD, PhD
We often resist change as something bad and uncomfortable. However, change is inevitable, because it is the essence of life – how we change is up to us. Healing, whether emotionally or physically, is a form of change, from the state of disease and discomfort to the state of health and wholeness...
Editor's Note: A great look into the subconscious filters we use on ourselves that keep us from change and how we can ultimately remove them.
by Doris Helge, PhD, MCC
Co-Editor of PsychoSpiritual
STEP ONE: EXPLORE A HIDDEN SOURCE OF PERSONAL POWER
Are the words you use more like a tire pump or a nail? When we tell ourselves, “I’m not good enough” or “I won’t succeed,” we puncture our confidence, success and happiness like a nail flattens a tire...
Editor´s Note: Enjoy greater personal empowerment, confidence and success and feel more in control of your life when you discover the power of a proven, easy strategy: strengths-based language.
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