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Holding Onto His Hand –and My Dreams

Holding Onto His Hand –and My Dreams

BY Paula Goodman

It was summertime in 1976. We were out for a walk, my family and I. Mum up ahead with my sister who was running all over the place and mum was laughing too as she chased after her. I walked with my dad not far behind them. Our pace was slower and I remember the casual strides as we strolled …

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The Practice of Patience

The Practice of Patience
BY Laura Staley

Have you noticed when someone pauses, searching for a word, you want to jump in and rescue them with a word or phrase? It may be the word she’s hunting for, but it may not be. Did he ask for your help? What has us sometimes impulsively insert ourselves into someone else’s learning process or search? Is this actually help …

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Charisma – How Come I Have it Sometimes, and Sometimes I Don't?

Charisma – How Come I Have it Sometimes, and Sometimes I Don't?
BY Joe Kwon

Like fate, charisma can be fickle. Or at least it can seem to be. Ever notice how someone can have so much charisma in one setting and then have none in another? Changing towns, schools or jobs can be an opportunity to reinvent yourself or for the formerly popular, it can be a rude awakening. What is going on? There …

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Those Invisible Forces that Make us Predictably Irrational

Those Invisible Forces that Make us Predictably Irrational
BY Melissa Hughes, Ph.D.

If you’ve followed me at all, you know that I’m fascinated about the human brain. That amazing 3-pound squishy mass between your ears is a busy place, and we’re not even aware of all the work it does to get us through the day! For example, right now about 100 billion neurons and glial cells are work in concert to …

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What is LIFE?

What is LIFE?
BY Jonathan Solomon

Oh yes, just what, exactly, is life? I would like to open a discussion. "We don't have a very good definition of life," said researcher Christopher Voigt of the University of California, San Francisco, who works on synthetic biology. "It's a very abstract thing, what we call life, and at what point we say something doesn't have the necessary components …

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The Waiting is the Hardest Part

The Waiting is the Hardest Part
BY Helen Heinmiller

Staying in the Present Moment Alleviates Stress About the Past and Worry About the Future One day last week, I awoke suddenly to the Tom Petty song chorus, “the waiting is the hardest part…”, blasting in my head. This was very odd, considering I had just dreamt that I met Sir Paul McCartney, who was mesmerized by my first name …

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Reclaiming The Lost Feminine Archetype

Reclaiming The Lost Feminine Archetype
BY Rev. Stephanie Red Feather, Ph.D.

Conscious evolution is an act of revolution. In the process of evolving, we are faced with the choice to go with the herd or forge our own path. Going against the herd is treacherous, often accompanied by rebuffing, if not abject persecution. In choosing to honor our own truth and to refuse the notion that we should "do a thing …

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You are the Glue

You are the Glue
BY Laura Mikolaitis

You are the Glue My name is Laura, and I have a confession to make. I struggle with being enough. Despite my best efforts to manage my self-care and to keep my mindset flowing positively, sometimes I fail. Miserably. Some days, that strong, confident, resilient, work in progress that I am gets lost. There are days when being on social …

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Home as an Interactive Hive

Home as an Interactive Hive
BY Reinventing Home

In this podcast series, we consider every aspect of home—from its emerging role as a center of commerce and creativity to a critical psychological anchor in the Age of Overload. Today’s topic is home as an interactive hive. In the next twenty minutes, Silicon Valley coach Bronwyn Saglimbeni tells how she manages three active kids and a type-A husband prepares …

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Please, God –Don't Let My Final Words Be "Welcome To Walmart"

Please, God –Don't Let My Final Words Be "Welcome To Walmart"
BY Andy Books

"Pharmaceuticals to the left, sir....bathrooms to the right, Ma'am. Thanks for coming in, folks. Clearance items are all in the seasonal items area, straight ahead. Here's a sticker, kid....Have a nice day." Could this be me in twenty-five years? Odds are, yes. In fact, I'll wager money that in some form, it's my destiny. I may not be wearing the …

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The Fishy Rose

The Fishy Rose
BY Connie Bramer

I’m pretty open-minded. Ok, FAIRLY open-minded. In the dating world, I abhor dating profile pictures of men with no shirts, wearing white wife beaters (really?) and the notorious fish pic. Why is it that men feel a compulsion to take pics of themselves with fish – large or small, even – wearing camo outfits, grinning ear to ear? A few …

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Curiosity – What Can We Find Out About Each Other Through Listening?

Curiosity – What Can We Find Out About Each Other Through Listening?
BY Colin D. Smith

It makes me smile to find that what we need most, we were taught when we were little children. For example, “Look right, left and right again, before crossing the road, and keep looking”, another being, “Keep your mouth closed while you are chewing.” So often these phrases whilst being correct, are also metaphorical. In the first instance, it could mean, take everything …

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Pneumonian – and Some Help From Friends

Pneumonian – and Some Help From Friends
BY Tom Dietzler

Pneumonia is a funny thing. It’s a pretty voracious illness, it can rob a body of its strength, and layers its victims in a wracking cough, saps a person of their will to do anything, except get through the day, and is just genuinely a pretty miserable experience in many ways. In the early days of December 2003, the pneumonia …

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Further Musings From A Keeper Of The Secrets

Further Musings From A Keeper Of The Secrets
BY Darlene Corbett

Last year, I wrote an article entitled, “What Does It Mean To Be The Keeper Of The Secrets?” (see below). I loved writing my thoughts about this role and watching my ideas come to life. I realize now, however, that I have more to say on the subject of secrets. https://darlenecorbett.com/what-does-it-mean-to-be-the-keeper-of-the-secrets/ With attempted humor I often quip when I am …

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The Awakening of the Sacred Masculine

The Awakening of the Sacred Masculine
BY Miguel Dean

There appears to be much confusion about the emergence of a new sort of masculinity, the purifying of the masculine energy here on planet earth and so based on my own personal, grounded experience and the recurring themes that I witness in my Sacred Masculine healing sessions I will attempt to bring some clarity. The awakening of the sacred masculine …

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How Making Decisions Really Stresses Out Your Bacon

How Making Decisions Really Stresses Out Your Bacon
BY Anna Hubbel

Back when I was in high school, I was a member of my church’s youth group. I remember attending a conference that all the youth groups in the diocese were invited to. It involved prayer, worship music, lectures, and small group talks on individual themes. It could have been a real good time… had I not been the only kid …

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E m b r a c e – Answer the Calling.

E m b r a c e – Answer the Calling.
BY Maria Lehtman

Even if your heart is broken. Your soul is shadowed. Your mind is filled with clutter. It will pass. Nature takes care of her own. Embrace her will. ~ Maria Lehtman #oceanlifE

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The Universe Lives Within Us

The Universe Lives Within Us
BY Massimo Scalzo

We are stardust, stardust brought to life and empowered by our quest to think the Unthinkable. On a night of restless sleep. I wake up and I’m out of breath … I sort of thought something kindled the lightning flash of thought … it’s a kind of feeling … I can’t explain it… I feel like I sort of grazed …

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The Thought Process

The Thought Process
BY John Dunia

Perspective can change when viewed with a different light. There have been lots of variations on the statement, “You either grow or you die” and with very few exceptions, it’s generally true. Human beings have the ability to grow in several ways but perhaps the most important is what’s commonly known as personal development. This includes mental, physical, emotional, and …

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Listen to your Body

Listen to your Body
BY Laura Staley

The body says what words cannot. —Martha Graham, The Mother of Modern Dance What is your body saying to you? What are your feet, knees, neck whispering? What are your eyelashes communicating? If they could speak, what would they say? What’s gurgling in your intestines right now besides your breakfast or lunch? What’s in your throat? Does the cat have …

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3D or 5D – Which Life Is Right For Me?

3D or 5D – Which Life Is Right For Me?
BY Marcia Martin

Dearest hearts you have entered what could be viewed as the pressure cooker stage of enlightenment. This is the point in the earth’s ascension in which there’s no more halfway. No longer are you able to ride the line between two levels of consciousness. Now you must choose to be satisfied with the egoic boundaries of the 3D existence or …

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