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Our thinking minds are gloriously boundless in their ability to conjure up notions and engineer them into fortresses of belief. There is virtually nothing beyond our capacity to conceive of or be converted to agreeing with. While we generally may not range very far from our “home” beliefs, the potential is nonetheless there—our vision of our world (and selves therein) is, fundamentally, a wide-open landscape onto which any scene can be painted. But this great mental fertility comes at a price if caution is not employed. We run the risk of emotional chaos if we let the creativity go unchecked by the cool, calm reserve of pure knowledge that lies within us beneath the activity of the thinking, constructing mind.
"Our beliefs and attitudes manifest the choices that we believe are possible. We then make our decisions based upon these choices. When we change a belief, we are consciously choosing to step onto the field of possibility and, one belief at a time, recreate who we are becoming, from the inside out."
One of Connecticut’s most respected intuitive mediums, Karen Hollis, never intended for a career in the metaphysical arts. Sometimes, the Divine Conductor orchestrates a symphony of an entirely different nature. Clint Eastwood grappled with this very topic in his recent film, Hereafter, starring Matt Damon. Though not quite as dramatic for Karen, who embraces her gift and all that it brings to her life. However, Karen was led away from a high-profile career in marketing to what has become a thriving practice as a professional intuitive. Her clientele spans the globe as her skills transcend both time and space.
This three part series offers an in-depth examination of the many different aspects of “Change” for the purpose of producing a new understanding for effective action. Specific examination has been designed to unfold like a new spring blossom, unfolding gradually where all is not yet visible but continuing to unfold until one can appreciate the full essence of the nature of “Change” and its many different faces.
To be emotionally free you can’t remain naïve about relationships. Some people are positive and mood elevating. Like vampires, some people do more than drain your physical energy; they can suck optimism and serenity right out of you. A ‘powerful’ vampire can make you believe you’re an unworthy, unlovable wretch who doesn’t deserve better. The subtler species inflict damage by making small digs that make you feel bad about yourself. For instance, “Dear, I see you’ve put on a few pounds” or “You’re overly sensitive!” Suddenly, they’ve thrown you emotionally off-center by prodding areas of shaky self-worth. To protect your sensitivity, it’s important to name and combat these vampires. The concept struck such a collective chord in my book, Positive Energy. In my latest book, Emotional Freedom, I illustrate how it applies to protecting yourself mentally and emotionally by not absorbing other people’s negativity.
Experience teaches that all life is filled with an ever flowing process requiring the making of decisions. Responding to these decisions involves many deviations from our comfort zone. If we don’t respond, then our lives become stagnant, dull and without that spark of enchantment. It is in this constant state of flux that we realistically find ourselves. The “changing of minds” discussed here involves techniques used to interact with the past in order to alter the point of view in the present.
A young girl was walking down the main street of her village, longing for a little bite of sweetness but not having a penny in her pocket to buy one with. A little boy, was sitting in the same village on a curbside feeling lonesome. The Angels are also here in this village, watching over the little boy and the little girl. So begins our story.
How it ends is up to you...
I was born and raised in India, where it is normal for people to be involved in expressions of religious devotion. I’ve been living in the US since 1987, and normal here is somewhat different.
Thus it was a gratifying and humbling experience to see thousands of white people chanting the name of Hindu deities at the Bhakti Fest in Joshua Tree, California.
Every day we look to find new ways to help keep our pets safe and away from a life-threatening disaster. Sometimes this can be a great challenge knowing that what we keep in our homes can be toxic to our animal companions. We thought it might be nice to take a look at the ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center's 2009 statistics in order to find out exactly what we can learn to focus our efforts on. As it turned out there were numerous health related emergencies phoned into the poison control center and many that could be easily avoided with some simple safety guidelines. Below are some informational 2009 stats from the ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center that show how many times a pet got into trouble and needed emergency care or poison control advice. We've included some easy to follow prevention tips and wish everyone including our loving animals a safe and happy home!
Imagine a simple yet profound personal practice that harmonizes the body, mind and spirit. A practice adaptable for all. A practice that is available to the masses. A practice known for its healing ability. The practice is Shugendo Yoga www.shugendo.com.
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