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What does the phrase "higher self" mean? Do you believe that a part of you resides in the ether or the non-physical realm? Whatever you think about your spirit says a lot about how you view life.
Your divine connection is the spark of life and spirit that is inside you. It is the part of you that remains indescribable, but it is there. It helps you keep track of what your purpose is in life. Your divine self is also the one responsible for driving your passions.
Is your higher self the same as your soul? Yes, it is. It is a window that gives you access to wisdom that has been amassed over the several lifetimes you have lived. It is where the past, present, and future learnings are collected to serve as your guide in living a fruitful life.
Your higher self serves as your divine connection. It is the background consciousness that offers you the wisdom and directions to lead you to where you should be in this lifetime. Your divine...
Do you know that your body creates a kind of vibration? The sound that your body produces and the movements you make, produce a certain type of beat. This sound connects you to the rest of the world.
Everything in the Universe creates a certain kind and level of vibration, including the words people speak. For centuries, people have used vibrations to help find inner healing. While words are often used for prayer, the more profound truth is that they can be used to share a story that speaks of the deeper truth.
Another way that words can be influential is when they are used as healing mantras. The mantras for healing diseases can be short phrases that carry a powerful healing vibration. Most of the time, they are words that send out positive messages to transform people’s perspective of things and situations.
What’s your favorite healing mantra? There are so many mantras to choose from, but not all of them...
Written by Joe G. Santos
We can run away from many things in life, but being and doing is not one of them. A substantial part of life revolves around work and repetition, and to simply exist means that you are caught in the middle of this never-ending systematic dance. However, that is not to say that work and routine cannot be enjoyable. Whether we are grateful or spiteful of this labor is only a matter of perspective. This flow of life is much exemplified in the myth Sisyphus from Greek mythology. This man's entire life consisted of pushing a massive boulder up and down a hill every day, never stopping. Still, to make sense of this apparent laborious misery, Sisyphus must find ways to come to terms with his inevitable fate. Every day he learns new ways of pushing the boulder, making it more comfortable with every new track up and down the hill. In astrology, the planet Saturn speaks of these unavoidable tasks and the systems...
How do people find the love of their lives? How do they know they have found the one for them? Whenever you look at a loving and happy couple, you can't help but wonder how they did it. When will you ever find your true love?
If you are single and are not dating anyone, the struggle to find true love can be real. It feels like finding someone you can truly connect with is impossible. If you have gone on several dates and nothing is working, you might want to consider asking the tarot for some help.
Doing a daily love tarot is one of the many ways to help you find love that will last. When relationships seem to fizzle out, you become even more desperate to look into romance tarot, hoping it could lead you to find true love.
Did you know that tarot cards have been used for centuries to help people through the complexities of their romantic relationships? When it comes to matters of the heart, every tarot card reader...
Do you consider yourself a spiritual person? Every day, people are given two choices in life. They either continue to live their lives until they realize what they are meant to do or they don't. It is really that simple.
But when people begin to think about spiritual awareness and look into what makes them happy, they realize that there is more to life than living day after day. They start to ask about what they are doing. They begin to wonder if it is something that they really want to do.
And then, there is the question of happiness. Whenever people become spiritually connected, they begin to wonder if they are truly happy with what they are doing. Sometimes, it is hard to think of your own happiness when there are so many responsibilities to take care of.
How do you find the journey back to yourself? How do you keep yourself from doing things that will only hurt you in the long run? Here are some...
How do you take care of your finances? While self-care is an important aspect of living a good life, a considerable part of it depends on how you earn and spend your money. Mindful living also includes your ability to control your spending to ensure that you are using your financial resources properly.
What is your short term plan for your finances? Do you have a long-term plan too? Your response to the financial stressors in your life will determine your financial stability in the long run.
How do you know if you are handling your finances well? You have to imagine yourself on the verge of unemployment. Do you have enough savings to help you survive until you get a new job? Or will you need the help of family and friends to get by?
Your finances can cause a tremendous amount of stress in your life. That’s why you have to learn about mindfulness management to help you handle your money well whenever you can.
Life never stops, and it never always about happy times. Something always happens to tip the boat and make you feel angry, scared, or just plain old annoyed. And though the situation makes you feel negative, it should never push you hard enough to simply give up.
This is why you should foster a healthy spiritual well-being. It is the part of you that makes you resilient. It pushes you to be stronger during tough times. With regular practice to improve your spiritual wellness, you will be able to take care of your heart, body, mind, and spirit.
There are a hundred things that could happen to you; each one has a kind of effect that pulls you down and makes you feel bad about yourself and the world. These are the times that you must be prepared for.
You need to prepare yourself for times when you lose the ones you love. Some of them may die from a disease. Others will pass on due to an accident....
Grief, sadness, anger, and disappointment—all these negative emotions are a part of basic human life. These are essential emotions that help people develop their emotional wellbeing and strength. Without grief or sadness, people wouldn’t know how to appreciate happiness when they feel it.
The emotions that make you feel uncomfortable are the emotions that help you grow. Perhaps, the only thing that you need to teach yourself is to not stew with these emotions. You should never let them take control of your life.
Sometimes, feeling the emotions and recognizing how they affect you is enough. From there, you need to learn to let go and let the good emotions prosper. When you sit with the negative emotions and not let them go, they could eat up all the positivity in you.
Nobody can tell you what would happen to you. It’s like there are never enough good days to prepare you for the bad ones. When...
How resilient are you? Resilient strength is your ability to bounce back from the challenges and difficulties that life throws your way. It spells the difference between handling pressure and losing your cool.
The road to resilience is never easy, but it is a path you will want to take. Because resilient people maintain a positive outlook in life, they can cope with the challenges of life more effectively.
It is not about not having stress and negativity in life. Instead, resilience teaches you the value of standing up even when everyone else wishes you to fall.
Perhaps the first thing you have thought of was how people learn to become resilient. Is it something that can be taught and learned? Or is it innate in some people and not found in others?
If you feel like you are not resilient enough, you may begin to wonder if it is something that can be learned. You wish it is, and you are lucky. Resilience may be...
Written by Cameron Harman
Every single human being has asked the question at least once in their lives, "What is my purpose?" In my experience, the answer that people or religions have given me is less than comforting, to say the least. When I started my inner work path, the answer became obvious to me, and what had seemed like religious riddles also started to become more apparent. For example, in Buddhism, the Buddha says the mind is everything we think we become, pointing to the mind as the creator of reality for the material plane. So in more relative terms, our thoughts are projections, and those projections are what we see, think, and feel. This means we ultimately have control of how we want to see the world around us. This concept is also strongly used in Zen.
Jesus said in the Bible, "If you bring forth what is within you, what you bring forth will save you." If you are not doing the required inner work, then this message might not find you....