Tag Archives: compassion

Karma, service and forgiveness: Life’s golden keys

August 12, 2013

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by Master Ximena Gavino —  Millions of people are searching for knowledge, wisdom and practices to transform their physical and spiritual journeys. Everyone wishes to be happier, healthier, rejuvenated and successful in every aspect of life, including relationships and finances. Thousands of books, articles, seminars and workshops teach methods for accomplishing this. By the time […]

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Self-mastery — What a concept!

June 10, 2013

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by Mary M. Ernsberger —  Imagine being the master of your own life. Imagine working at something that brings true joy and light into your heart, and your life. Can you? What kind of feelings do those images bring up for you? Can you see yourself doing what you love and actually earning money at […]

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Reclaiming passion in life

May 18, 2013

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by Robyn Nola —  Do you want more passion in your life? Then look to the passion flower to remind you of your passion for life. It is truly an awesome flower to see — a masterpiece of nature’s creation. The detail in this flower exposes its special powers which help resurrect the divine love and […]

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Giving with love

April 22, 2013

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  by Dr. Larry Wilson —  The essence of giving has to do with sharing the love that you are. Giving occurs on many levels and with many motives, depending on one’s level of consciousness and the situation. Giving is part of everyone’s daily life, much of it occurring unconsciously. Giving has much to do […]

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Surround yourself with love

April 5, 2013

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by Robyn Nola —  Roses have always symbolized love. The name of this image is The Rose Quartz Rose. This pink rose reminded me of rose quartz — the stone of unconditional love and compassion. The pink rose helps open our hearts to the divine love awaiting us all. It also stands for compassion, and […]

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Compassionate self-care

December 23, 2012

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by Sandy Jones —  In this world, we are busy. We get up, get the kids off to school, get ready for work, drive through traffic, get to the office, step into the business world and work hard. At the end of the day, we come home, take care of everyone’s needs, make dinner and […]

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Modeling compassion

October 29, 2012

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by Kris Lecakes Haley —  Be they furry, finned or feathered, our companion animals provide us infinite opportunities to explore empathy and express compassion. Imagine yourself relaxing alongside your pet, stroking his or her fur as you utter a contented sigh. As your child plays happily nearby, feelings of gratitude and peace flood over you. […]

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Remembering forgiveness

October 19, 2012

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by Dr. Eileen Borris —  Now that the holidays are over, some of you may be wondering, “Where is the peace and goodwill towards men?” Have we forgotten about last year’s story that had such significant impact on many people, about the way the Amish were able to forgive the horrific murder of five innocent […]

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Unconditional love

August 17, 2012

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by Gwen Farrell —  A few months ago, over lunch at a local Mexican restaurant, a friend and fellow truth seeker raised the subject of unconditional love. I do not know what it is about Mexican food that seems to inspire metaphysical discussions, but in my experience, it does. Or maybe it is the margaritas. […]

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The Sacred Marriage of yoga and mysticism

August 16, 2012

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by Andrew Harvey and Karuna Erickson —  During these challenging and stressful times, we need healing practices that can help us respond to difficulties with faith and courage and which can empower us to act with more compassion and wisdom. Yoga is such a practice. Practicing yoga with heartfelt devotion means opening up your entire […]

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The journey back to the garden

July 26, 2012

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by Scott Kalechstein —  I am an entertainer. Performing for people is very fulfilling work, especially when I remember to get off the stage when the show is over. Becoming an entertainer was, in part, a strategy to overcompensate for the belief that simply being who I am was not enough. If I performed, my […]

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The meaning of compassion

April 12, 2012

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by Sherry Anshara —  Compassion is interesting stuff. So interesting, in fact, that it can get confusing. Confusion may result from a belief that compassion is the same thing as enabling. It is not. Enabling is giving someone permission to act out inappropriately, whether it is in the form of addiction, abuse or any other […]

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Give the gift of self-love

March 5, 2012

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by Wendy Schulstad —  As we pass through the season of giving, many of us are left exhausted because we are not giving to ourselves. In the midst of trying to do for others, we end up feeling resentful because we seem to be the one getting the short end of the stick. I am […]

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