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Growing Disability Awareness
PEGGY O'NEILL: Article Icon The bottom-line aim of Disability Awareness, or ABILITY AWARENESS Ability (as it is more commonly referred to nowadays) is to understand, first and foremost, that people with disabilities are first and foremost PEOPLE. Read more >>>
MARY GIUFFRE: Article Icon I want to talk about LOVE. When I sat down to write this article I Googled, "What is love?" and the question brought up some 3,290,000,000 results in 0.10 seconds. I only made it through the first three pages before the words 'STOP ALREADY!' went screaming through my head! Read more >>>
Spring Equinox: Renewal, Rebirth and Growth
ANDREA THIEL CONNELL: Article Icon Once again we are joyfully blessed by the predictable flow of the universe as we enjoy the energy Spring Equinox carries in. It is comforting to know that in these days of tumultuous change for so many on the planet some things stay the same. Read more >>>
Following the Wisdom of your Heart
PEGGY O'NEILL: Article Icon Where should I be living? What's the best job for me? Should I marry this person or not? Like Dorothy seeking the Wizard of Oz to get her back home, many of us search outside ourselves for the answers to these all-important questions. Forgetting, just like Dorothy, that we, too, have everything we need within us right now to return 'home'. Read more >>>
Heart of a Black Rose
S.LYNNE HORTON: Article Icon Inspired Art & Poetry Read more >>>
Radiant Mind ~ Awakened Heart ~ Sacred Life
ANDREA THIEL CONNELL: Article Icon By the time we are young teenagers we have already learned to navigate our daily life as though we were walking back and forth over a bridge; the bridge between our mind and heart. Read more >>>
Loving Yourself from the Inside Out
A Tribute to Your Unsung Hero
ANDREA THIEL CONNELL: Article Icon How do I love Thee (and by Thee I mean Me); let me count the ways...Surely this is the hardest thing for people to do; loving themselves...they think. It's not that people don't love themselves, it's that they are stuck in shallow thinking. I want you to jump into the deep end. Read more >>>
And A Meadowlark Sang
MARI SELBY: Article Icon When you give yourself over to the moment, only then do you allow yourself to feel. In his poem "And A Meadowlark Sang" originally written in Hindi, Indian Poet, Ravindra Kumar Karnani eloquently illustrates this point. Read more >>>
Terminal Terminology
MARY GIUFFRE: Article Icon A young girl perhaps ten years old was a featured guest on a high profile daily network TV talk show I was working on a few years back. She told a story of driving with her mom in the downtown area of a major Canadian city one bitterly cold winter day and watching in dismay as an underdressed elderly man, dug through a garbage bin and ate the dregs he found there. Read more >>>
Women's Intuition
STEVE SISGOLD: Article Icon An amazing and unpredictable adventure began when you were conceived. From that very moment, your innate intelligence has steered you through a non-stop stream of sensations, feelings, thoughts and impressions that make up the 5-star thrill ride called life. Read more >>>
2011 and the Age of Aquarius
In every man there is a king. Speak to the king and the king will come forth. ~ Scandinavian Proverb
ANDREA THIEL CONNELL: Article Icon The excitement of a New Year is upon us; fresh starts and clean slates. For most of us the new year brings us to an awareness of rising unlimited potential, with a deeply felt sense of bubbling anticipation we step forward boldly, making plans and setting goals for the year ahead. Read more >>>
Energize Your New Year!
MARY GIUFFRE: Article Icon Our world is made up of endless fields of energy and the dawn of a New Year is the perfect time to change up those energies so we plant seeds for a brilliant future. Read more >>>
Words to Live By
MARY GIUFFRE: Article Icon A Christmas Day baby, I am accustomed to giving as well as receiving on my birthday:) The Feng SHe concept was a gift from the endless ALL-knowing Universal Energy. Read more >>>
Happy Solstice!
Celebrating My Inner Pagan!
ANDREA THIEL CONNELL: Article Icon Every year I hear people complain about the coming of Christmas; the hectic schedules, the cost, the commercialism, the stress, the loneliness and the gaudiness of it all. Bah Humbug I say! Lighten up...It's Winter Solstice! Read more >>>
12 Selfish Holiday Survival Steps!
ANDREA THIEL CONNELL: Article Icon The upcoming holidays present many of us with the most stressful time of the year. Our schedules are already jammed packed with daily responsibilities and our budgets are maxed out. Read more >>>
Reflection ~ 2010
JANICE CHRYSLER: Article Icon It is hard to believe that another year is almost coming to a close! Normally we wait until the New Year to take a few moments to look back and see where we have come from and decide the direction we will take for the upcoming year. Why wait? Read more >>>
The Pinocchio Effect
MARY GIUFFRE: Article Icon I've come to realize that however well intentioned, for the most part human beings are not particularly honest. Read more >>>
Learning To Trust
BRENT MARCHANT: Article Icon Reaching our goals can be challenging at times, but I've found they're generally easiest to accomplish by making use of conscious creation/law of attraction principles, the practice whereby we combine the power of our beliefs with the energy of All That Is to manifest what we desire. Read more >>>
Thank You Mother Earth
"If the only prayer you ever say in your entire life is 'thank you', it will be enough."
Meister Eckhart
MARI SELBY: Article Icon In the U.S.A. Thanksgiving ushers in the Winter Solstice, which marks the point where the lingering dark-nights slowly give way to light-filled days. Meanwhile we have a month of the longest night to go through. What can help sustain us during these dark days is to fill our hearts with gratitude? Read more >>>
Do You Believe in Magic?
MARI SELBY: Article Icon Contemporary myth suggests that magic can only be Harry Potter waving his wand at his enemies, or the mouse in 'Fantasia' making magic do his work, but in the '60's the Lovin' Spoonful revealed what magic is really all about. "Do you believe in magic in a young girl's heart? How the music can free her, whenever it starts...I'll tell you about the magic, and it'll free your soul..." Read more >>>
You Put What? Where?
The Energetic Affects of Body Art
MARY GIUFFRE: Article Icon I wear two tattoos. The top of my left arm hosts an OM symbol, which, to my mind, reinforces my commitment to a spiritual path. In the same spot on my right arm is an icon of an energetic spiral, a reflection of our very galaxy. (That's the artist in action to the left.) Read more >>>
Changing the World One Soul at a Time
DEVORAH GARLAND: Article Icon The most valuable way I know to effect change in this world is to begin with me - by living in balance in every aspect of my life. Read more >>>
Incline Your Mind Toward Joy
MARCI SHIMOFF: Article Icon Does the idea of standing in front of a mirror and appreciating your positive qualities feel uncomfortable and stupid? It did to me - which was a sign that I really needed to try it. Read more >>>
Balance in Motion
MARY GIUFFRE & PAUL CLARK: Article Icon Aztec dance celebrates the traditions of the ancients. Performed as ceremonial prayer every dance honours the balance of dualities. Each step is first to the left and then to the right to BALANCE FEMININE and MASCULINE energies and is prayer sent back to the Creator. Read more >>>
Daydreams of the Oceanside
S.LYNNE HORTON: Article Icon Inspired art and poetry Read more >>>
Finding Stillness
in a Not So Still World
JANICE CHRYSLER: Article Icon It seems we move from fast to faster as we travel through our lives. The world around us is quickly advancing and changing in ways many of us could never have imagined. Read more >>>
The Proverbial Chicken
HEATHER PARDON: Article Icon You have no doubt heard the question, "Why did the chicken cross the road?" Have you ever really wondered why the chicken crossed the road? Or what made the chicken want to cross the road in the first place? Read more >>>
The Power of Gratitude
Mike Robbins: Article Icon I've been speaking and writing about gratitude for almost ten years now - and I'm still amazed at how challenging it can be for me to focus on what I'm grateful for at times (especially when I'm feeling sorry for myself or complaining). Read more >>>
Free to Love: The Heart of Emotions
DAVID SIMON MD: Article Icon Most of us did not receive formal instructions on how to love. As we were growing up, we learned by observing our parents, siblings, and caregivers, who may or may not have been competent at managing and expressing their emotions. Read more >>>
The Art of Listening
BRENT MARCHANT: Article Icon While growing up, most of us probably played the much-loved childhood game 'Telephone'. For those unfamiliar with it, the game basically involves someone whispering a story into another player's ear, who then whispers it into another player's ear, and so on and so on until the tale reaches the last player, who then recites it for the entire group. Read more >>>
What Would Love Do?
MIKE ROBBINS: Article Icon I had the honour of interviewing my friends Matthew and Terces Engelhart, the founders of Cafe Gratitude, on my radio show. In the course of our wonderfully inspiring conversation they brought up the idea of asking the question, "What would love do?" when making decisions or facing challenges in life. Read more >>>
The Power of Daily Practices
FEATURE ~ ROBIN SHARMA: Article Icon Success, world-class health, internal fulfillment and sustained happiness don't just happen. These elements of your best life are created. All too often we look at a human being playing their best game on the playing field of life and assume they got lucky or were born into their lofty condition. Read more >>>
My Last Day
Feature ~ David Daniels MD: Article Icon If this were my last day, my only day - there is only love. All there ever was and will be is love. Brilliance comes from the inner knowing of this. And by love, I mean the connection of us humans in body, mind, and heart - souls together in harmony with gratitude for what is. Read more >>>
Greatness by Evolution Versus Revolution
This inspiring article exemplifies our intention for creating It's our greatest wish for ALL that we evolve into the heartfelt beings we were created to be. International Best Selling Author, Leadership and Personal Development expert ROBIN SHARMA: Article Icon Most training programs don't have lasting impact. Most seminars provoke only micro-change. Most inspirational or leadership books get us excited only until we wake up the next morning and reality intrudes on our idealistic vision. Read more >>>
Breaking N.E.W.S.
MARY GIUFFRE: Article Icon The formal exchange of information has been part of human culture since messengers ran from city to city in ancient times and the town criers of early North American settlements clanged their bells on street corners.
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