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Don’t Tell Me I Can’t

Ruth Cherry

The diagnosis of multiple sclerosis was bestowed on me a few years ago. I felt horrified, confused, and desperate. I also felt alone. This was my problem, not a commonly experienced natural disaster. And everyone knows: “There is no cure for MS.” For weeks, I was frantic.

Signs from the Angels

Corin Grillo

People are often impatient when they begin consciously working with angels, because they want big, juicy, explosive first encounters.

Reincarnation 1, 2, 3

Meria Heller

The purpose of life has now been established: It’s to have a good time. If you’re not having a good time, why not? You are creating your life anew every morning. If you have a job you hate, quit it; find something else. If you’re in a relationship that makes you miserable, end it.

The Surprising Relevance of Sanskrit in Current Times

Sarah Mane

I was recently on a long-haul flight from Sydney, Australia to Vancouver, Canada. A young mother with two little boys sat in the row in front of me. The flight attendant announced that no one was to use peanuts, as these boys had severe peanut allergies.

Could Happy Science Be the First Global Religion?

Cate Montana

Japan’s predominate religions are Shintoism and Buddhism. Traditionally, Shintoism focuses on daily rituals aimed at connecting the practitioner to Japan’s ancient roots and his/her ancestors, as well as the divine essence that supports all life — rocks, trees, animals, and the earth itself.

The Seven Habits of Highly Peaceful People

Victor M. Parachin

While waiting in a long line at a coffee shop, a woman remains calm and content, while the patron behind her feels irritated and frustrated. When cut off in traffic, a man continues calmly driving toward his destination, while another driver blows his horn and shouts obscenities.

Practical Spiritual Practice

Nancy Robinson

I can appreciate books and healing systems that focus on the positive. It bothers me, though, when the message seems to be that if you just use “this” technique, “that” affirmation, or something else, then everything will change quickly and your wonderful new life will flow with ease.

Everything Has Karma

Madis Senner

The Eastern concept of karma says that we reap what we sow. In fact, we often reap what others have sown. This is because everything has karma.

I Am Life

Center of A
Debbie Anderson

I am at the beginning.
I am at the end.
I am the journey that is universal.
I am full of gratitude and blessings.
I am life.

Quiet and Powerful Stillness

Grandfather Shaman of Mesa Verde and Mahatma Gandhi
Blue Turtle

Grandfather Shaman of Mesa Verde: Beloved children of the Creator, you walk in a beautiful and loving way upon Mother Earth, respecting and loving her from the depths of your being.


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