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Drew Dellinger is a spoken word poet, professor, writer, activist and founder of Poets for Global Justice. He has inspired minds and hearts at hundreds of events in many countries, performing poetry and keynoting on justice, ecology, cosmology, activism, democracy and compassion. He has spoken and performed at numerous conferences--including Bioneers, the Green Festival and The Dream Reborn--as well as colleges, poetry venues, protests and places of worship. Dellinger has shared podiums and stages with luminaries such as Alice Walker, Cornel West,& Robert F. Kennedy Jr.,& Danny Glover, Ani Difranco, Billy Bragg, Michael Franti, Eve Ensler, Chuck D, Paul Hawken, Van Jones and many others. http://www.drewdellinger.org
 


by Lynn Larkin

Two great Sufi masters describe the concept of "polishing the heart", which can provide valuable information on working on both personal and spiritual growth. Sufism uses the analogy of the human heart being like a polished mirror that reflects the light of the divine. The more polished one's heart is, the more the divine can be reflected...

 

Editor's Note from Natalie Jovanic: Do you sometimes see your shadow and blame yourself for having it? Read this beautiful article about human growth and you'll see that your light and darkness go hand in hand. It's about having compassion with yourself in the process.

 

PsychoSpiritual


by Dick Sutphen

The more I focus upon private-session hypnotherapy, the more my passion grows for this work I’ve been doing for over 30 years. Maybe this is because it’s been a long time since I’ve focused to this extent upon individual cases. All over again, I find myself like a child filled with wonder at the power of hypnosis. Working with individuals is also proving to be a powerful opportunity to put into practice new techniques I developed while training therapists for the last two years...

 

Hypnotherapy


by Mary Rivas

As the year comes to a close, many of us take time to reflect back on the year…on the goals and dreams we set for ourselves. This time of reflection can feel good and….for some, it can also feel not so good as in ”I should have accomplished more” or… “Where did the year go (sigh)?”...

 

Editor's Note from Melanie Channell: As we start the new year, the author asks us to reflect on the previous year's goals and achievements.  She suggests that reviewing your gains and looking at your losses with self-love and a compassionate eye, can help you grow in all areas of your life.

 

Energy Medicine


by Lisa Bloom

I’d like to tell you a story. It’s about a particular woman, it’s about every person. It’s about me and it’s about you. It is a story about our stories...

 

Editor's Note from Michael Williams: I met Lisa a few years ago during a storytelling tour in Israel and have since then become a big fan of her work. She's not only a great storyteller but an inspiring story coach helping others find the courage to share their stories. The following story is taken from her newsletter and is typical of the passion Lisa brings to her work.

 

Therapeutic Storytelling


by  Dana Mrkich

This 'Oneness' energy is tricky business. The boundaries between us all are dissolving, and our sensitivity to each other's feelings and energy fields is heightening every day...

 

Editor´s Note from Sophia Hansen: Have you ever wondered if what you were feeling was actually yours or someone elses?  Author Dana Mrkich shares how you can increase your sense of compassion and connection with others while simultaneously being mindful of what's your energy and what is not and how to stay balanced.

 

Intuition & Symbols


by Kristin Neff, PhD

It has become a truism in our culture that we need to have high self-esteem in order to be happy and healthy. Psychologists have conducted thousands of studies touting the benefits of self-esteem. Teachers are encouraged to give all their students gold stars so that each one can feel proud and special...

 

 

PsychoSpiritual


by Shoshana Avree

As of late, I've been very moved by the idea of the Undefended Heart and the role it plays in creating peace around me. Can I be that seemingly vulnerable? How can I not, when so much is riding on that state of being? This is sticky territory for me as I've spent most of my life in and out of the defended heart...


Editor's Note: I hope you will try this journey to your SAnode. Feeling strong in your heart will assist in any time of crisis and will expand your joy and compassion.

 

Shamanism


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