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by Sonia Choquette
As an intuitive and spiritual teacher, my mission in life has long been to guide people toward creating and experiencing the kind of lives their hearts desire...
Editor's Note from Sue O'Callahan: We truly deserve to love the life we live. Tending to our happiness and well-being is a powerful act of self-love. Sonia Choquette’s article takes us through the seven chakras and how we sort and process our life experiences. She provides easy, practical steps for supporting and restoring health and vitality in our lives.
Venus is the brightest planet in the night sky. It shines like a silvery star. Venus is a planet that inspires great hope, love and desire. It is the planet of beauty. It is the force of attraction in the universe thus bringing things together to form a perfect whole. This force is Love.
by Amy Lansky, PhD
With Valentine's Day coming up, it's sometimes good to remember a remedy that can help when love doesn't go our way—Ignatia Amara...
Editor´s Note: In this short article, Amy presents the key indications for the homeopathic remedy Ignatia in situations of acute grief involving loss of a loved one for whatever reason. While Ignatia is one of the main remedies to consider for grief, there are several other important ones, the choice being determined by the totality of symptoms. If grief is ongoing, treatment with the person's constitutional remedy is highly advisable.
by Doctress Neutopia
When I say love, I am not only talking about the biological elements that cause chemical attractions, what has been called the "science of love" such as the study of dopamine and pheromones, the physiological components to mating. But I am also concerned with the metaphysical components of lovemaking, the poetics of the science of love. This poetics not only connects one’s lover in a mind, body and soul with the other, but also to the cosmos, biosphere and noosphere giving us a profound meaning for union.
Editor's Note from Michael Williams: This video is a lovely introduction to the work of author and workshop facilitator John Killick. Killick works with adults suffering with dementia. He utilizes elements of play and storytelling in his work. You can't help but smile and admire this approach as you watch the enjoyment in his Funshop workshop.
by Lisa McCourt
I love Halloween. It’s a Juicy-Joyful holiday – a brief opportunity to replace our day-to-day masks with more outrageous ones. Maybe you’re planning which mask you’ll wear this year, but I want to give you a far scarier challenge. What if you decided to acknowledge and remove some of the numbing metaphorical masks you’ve been walking around behind? How honest are you with yourself about your truest, deepest desires?...
by Jamie Silverstein
I love yoga. I love how it makes me feel. I love the people I meet in the yoga community. I love that yoga is an expression of gratitude. I love how yoga is transformative. I also *hate* yoga sometimes. Yoga keeps things real in a way that other things in our lives simply do not...
Editor´s Note from Lexi Yoga: Jamie Silverstein shares with us some reasons why she hates yoga. She also loves yoga is very grateful for the wonderful way it makes her feel, but yoga keeps things very real on and off the mat, eh ich can sometimes be a little scary...
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