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Using words as medicine

February 19, 2014

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  by Jill Mattson —  Today we are aware that words enable us to communicate, each having a symbolic meaning. But in ancient times, a secret was known about language — words contain vibratory energy within each sound packet. To unlearn ordinary methods of speaking with symbolic words, the Pythagorean school required initiates (students) to […]

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Activation of one’s greatness potential

December 8, 2013

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by Steven Patascher —  Our “greatness potential” is waiting to be realized on multidimensional levels in the physical, emotional, mental and spiritual realms of existence. If growth is to be meaningful, effective and comprehensively sustained, these areas need to be addressed. “Greatness potential,” as I define it, is one’s highest capacity for love, wisdom, creativity […]

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Hoodwinked by the hood paradigm

December 2, 2013

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by Sherry Anshara —  Some short words for “hood” in the thesaurus include: cover, covering, top and lid. Yet the word “hood” holds far more description and depth than any of these synonyms. The meaning of “hood” could actually be understood as to bare the soul and the spirit, which can be witnessed by the […]

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Life lessons learned by overcoming failure

September 1, 2013

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by Joseph Sutton —  Failure can teach a person life lessons. My son and I learned two important lessons from our days as athletes. One day in high school I got hit in the head by a pitch in batting practice. That tragic incident happened before batting helmets were used. The very next day, because […]

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Judgment — the journey to nowhere

February 16, 2013

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by Sherry Anshara —  Have you ever considered how judgment affects and influences your life? Consider this: Every time you judge others, you subconsciously are judging some aspect of yourself. Knowing this, why would you continue to make judgments about others? Judgment diminishes your own self-worth while also giving you an excuse to project invalidation […]

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Getting it up for God, each other and our planet

February 13, 2013

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by Scott Grace  —  Lately I have coached several people who were quite “dis-couraged” (removed from their courage) by the insanity, greed and destruction going down on the planet. Then throw in such things as the hurricane, climate change and personal financial woes. As such, depression and despair currently exist in epidemic proportions, and many […]

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The value of stuff in a consumeristic society

January 2, 2013

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by Laura Lofgreen — There is nothing more satisfying than setting a goal and working hard to accomplish it. For example, a teenager wanting that first pair of name-brand jeans realizes it takes a lot of work and dedication to earn the money to purchase them. As a result, wearing them for the first time […]

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Mental body: trainer of the physical

November 11, 2012

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by David Berger —  The mental body is the trainer or the master of all the bodies, the mental, emotional and physical. Without the mental part of our being, it would be most difficult to make any decisions concerning the many aspects of our lives. We need our minds to be as clear as possible […]

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Are you stuck in wait mode?

September 3, 2012

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by Sherry Anshara —  Ever notice how people are always waiting for something to happen? Waiting to be happy; waiting to lose weight; waiting for the perfect time; waiting for their ship to come in; waiting for the ax to fall; or waiting to win the lottery. Some are even waiting for the world to […]

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We shape our dwellings and our dwellings shape us

August 22, 2012

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by Joy Abrams —  Feng shui is an ancient Chinese art that involves science in the practice of placement. Its literal translation is wind and water, but its definition includes the analysis of environments for and locating sites that have a favorable life energy called chi. Feng shui also is used to make adjustments to […]

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Where did the time go?

August 11, 2012

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by Sherry Anshara —  Do you sometimes wonder why your life is run by your day planner, calendar or someone else’s schedule? You have too much time, not enough time or too little time. Where did the time go and, my, how time flies! What is this thing called time? Is it real or is […]

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Making powerful decisions

April 12, 2012

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by Ada Porat —  “Every option seems to have a down side. How do I know which is best? I just do not know what to do,” a friend recently complained. She was caught in a quandary. After losing a well-paying job and pounding the pavement for months to find another, an excellent opportunity came […]

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Owning your job: A forgotten truth for job security

March 5, 2012

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by Bradley Falk —  In these persistently difficult financial times, would you believe there is a forgotten truth that could heal the damage, both to our economies and to the souls who propel our economic engines? What forgotten truth could carry that kind of magical horsepower? Like all truths, it must first be observed, then […]

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