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Embrace Your Pain to Raise Your Vibration

by Andrea Schulman March 23, 2018

If you are a follower of the Law of Attraction, you probably already understand that the key to getting what you want is through feeling happy and joyous. However, understanding the Law of Attraction often comes at a cost when it comes to dealing with negative emotions, especially pain. Because we know that feeling good …

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The Dynamics of Intention and Manifestation

by Gilbert Ross March 17, 2018

“Intent is not a thought, or an object, or a wish. Intent is what can make a man succeed when his thoughts tell him that he is defeated. It operates in spite of the warrior’s indulgence. Intent is what makes him invulnerable. Intent is what sends a shaman through a wall, through space, to infinity.” …

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The Spirit of Spring

by Elle Forest March 17, 2018

Often we are asked to take part in things, and our heart is just not in it. Sometimes we have to attend a birthday party or a wedding or a baby shower where we put on a happy face and pretend we are overjoyed in the celebration that is taking place, but inside we do …

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10 Ways to Let Go and Let God

by Melissa Rose Rothschild March 15, 2018

A lot of us struggle with trying to control our lives and the world around us and in the process, we try to control the people, places, and things that are not ours to control. This is the source of most chaos, resentment, arguments, fighting, and fear. Letting go and Letting God/Source is the solution …

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It Goes By Fast

by Cara Bradley March 02, 2018

I went to the woods because I wished to live deliberately, to front only the essential facts of life, and see if I could not learn what it had to teach, and not, when I came to die, discover that I had not lived.  — Henry David Thoreau While vacationing in New Hampshire a few …

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Why Do Bad Things Happen to Good People

by Andrea Schulman March 02, 2018

Have you ever asked the question “why do bad things happen to good people?” Or (even more confusingly) “why do good things happen to bad people?” Often we just throw our hands up and say “life’s not fair!”  However, this is an incorrect statement because life indeed is fair.  We all create our realities using the same …

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6 Wonderful Benefits of Being Friendly

by Jonas Lui February 28, 2018

“Simply smiling and being friendly is a way to bring flavor into a tasteless society. ” — Innah Delos Angeles There are many people who are of the opinion that it is better to be an introvert and not to waste your energies on other people. But the truth is that friendliness indicates inner courage …

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Sometimes You Just Have To Say, “It is what it is.”

by Jill Alman Bernstein February 28, 2018

“Take things as they come.”  “Be present.”  “Live the moment.” All great drops of advice and all important to having peace in your heart.  So why is it that we have such a difficult time doing them?  Many of us analyze, over analyze, think, and over think why certain events and relationships happen in our …

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3 Simple Steps To Loving Yourself More

by Kristi Ling February 24, 2018

I believe we are born naturally loving ourselves. Then, a panoply of various circumstances and experiences compound over the years, providing fertile ground for our egos to collaborate with those past mistakes and unfavorable experiences to condition us otherwise. It then becomes our job to keep our egos in check and teach them how to …

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How You See the World Is How the World Sees You

by Vishnus Virtues January 26, 2018

Growing up, I believed the world I lived in was a struggle. And you know, I was right. It was. At home, I repeatedly heard things like, “money doesn’t grow on trees,” and “we can’t afford that.” I began to notice that things that I wanted cost too much and were out of reach. While working in our small...

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The grand estate, is a state of mind

by Bryant McGill January 19, 2018

Humble flower — no magnate, president, or king, was ever appointed with such authority as thee. How many mighty souls have knelt in submission, before the grand estate, of your delicate blossoms? Kings will stop and bow down, to look upon the greater majesty, of a simple flower. The flower rules supreme, not by force, …

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The two paths — cooperation and force

by Bryant McGill January 19, 2018

There are two paths in life. One which will lead you to ruin and devour you in the relentless jaws of its narrowness, and one that will exalt you, and set you free to infinite paths. The noble and freeing path is the path toward enlightenment. There is no guide for the path of infinite …

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Listening for what you may be missing in life…

by Bryant McGill November 21, 2017

The poetry in the world, is the poetry in your heart. If you don’t see the poetry, now you know where to look. Life is speaking to you, through the portal of your awareness. Each step toward greater awareness, unlocks gifts and freedoms, which can only be granted from within. Most of what we miss out …

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