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The Warrior in You. A Reflection on Courageous Grieving

The Warrior in You.  A Reflection on Courageous Grieving

The Warrior in You. A Reflection on Courageous Grievingby Selene Negrette If you have suffered the loss of a loved one, you know that the person that was you before your loss is not the same as the person you are right now. You might shake your head from time to time as the realization […]

Every Moment Matters

Every Moment Matters

Every Moment Matters Every single moment is an opportunity to turn your life around. It’s just how you choose to experience the moment. Yes, you actually have free will, choice, in how to experience life, see things from a different perspective. I love that Course in Miracles says that every encounter is a holy encounter. […]

About the writer: Miche Lame'

Miche has been compassionately guiding people for over 25 years. Through Spiritual Living and Healing Miche utilizes Intuitive and Universal Principals to guide you in healing your emotional, mental, physical, & spiritual state. www.spirituallivingandhealing.com

Silence

Silence

Silence Simply being present, as a spiritual being having a physical experience, isn’t enough when it comes to living a fulfilled life. If you’re wondering why you’re not happy and haven’t figured out your life’s purpose yet, perhaps it’s because you can’t get what you want without knowing what that is. I mean, really knowing […]

About the writer: Susan deCaussin

Susan deCaussin established Healing Methods, in Troy, MI. She’s a Clinical Hypnotherapist, Reiki Master/Teacher, Spiritual Advisor, Psychic/Medium, and Inspirational Writer and Speaker. Her deep connection to Spirit assists her in working with Universal Energy and creating articles and lectures that are thought-provoking, powerful and healing. Learn more at www.HealingMethods.org

Spots and All

Spots and All

Spots and All How do you spend your time? Seems like a simple question, but it is really rather deep. Most of us would answer, “Carpooling my kids around.” Or, “Working long hours at the office or with my clients/patients.” Or, “Taking care of my elderly parents.” Or all of the above. But when I […]

About the writer: Faith Bower

Faith Brower is an Early Childhood Educator and Director, She has her Bachelors in English and Masters in Early Childhood Leadership. She has served in various roles at Unity Churches in Chicago and the Greater Detroit area. Faith is currently writing books for children and adults to help support them in maneuvering through divorce and death experiences.

Excess Baggage

Excess Baggage

Excess Baggage Life provides each of us with the opportunity to grow at a soul level. It’s a learning experience. We’re meant to hit stumbling blocks along the way in order to more clearly illuminate the right path. Each challenge provides opportunities to connect with others who, like us, are also seeking answers. Occasionally, those […]

About the writer: Susan deCaussin

Susan deCaussin established Healing Methods, in Troy, MI. She’s a Clinical Hypnotherapist, Reiki Master/Teacher, Spiritual Advisor, Psychic/Medium, and Inspirational Writer and Speaker. Her deep connection to Spirit assists her in working with Universal Energy and creating articles and lectures that are thought-provoking, powerful and healing. Learn more at www.HealingMethods.org

Healing Your Heart with the Angels

Selene is a Life coach, certified Angel Intuitive and social worker. As a result of losing her oldest son to cancer, she experienced a profound spiritual transformation which led her to dedicate her life to teaching anyone who is grieving how to move through their grief and in the process transform their lives. She guides […]

Stress – Fact or Fiction

Stress – Fact or Fiction

Stress – Fact or FictionBy Bill Helton It is said that ninety-percent of all diseases are derived from stress. What is stress? Stress is defined as “a state of mental or emotional strain or tension resulting from adverse or very demanding circumstances”. The world as we know it seems to be under the finger of […]