Archive for December 2012

Conscious Living Made Easy

Dec 29th, 2012 | By

Conscious living is taking responsibility for what you do, for living a life without regrets, and with planning your life rather than just letting it happen. Everyone’s going to die, conscious living offers the opportunity to live the life we want in an aware way. As children, we think we are immortal. Even as we

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Soul Loss and Soul Retrieval, Dawn Paul

Dec 18th, 2012 | By

How does one explain the soul? Let me try. There is a huge, magnificent part of us which is spirit, pure energy. This ‘oversoul,’ or Higher Self, largely resides outside of us, in the Upper Realms. But a part of it also resides within us. While the body itself is weak and can be destroyed,

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Nine Lives – Eric Foggitt

Dec 14th, 2012 | By

Nine Lives is all about growing as people, developing a spiritual life and being truly alive to each moment. One of the oldest pieces of psychological advice is also one of the shortest: “Know thyself.”  It’s a simple statement, but extremely deep. Most of us are conscious of a ‘real me’ somewhere deep inside. That

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The Twilight Mind

Dec 12th, 2012 | By

I Dream: Let’s Get Unconscious   Let the vampire’s creaking wing Hide the stars while banshees sing Let the ghouls gorge all night long Dreams will keep you safe and strong. – Thomas Pynchon, novelist Twilight’s Unconscious Action As soon as you step inside the Twilight Saga fantasy world, you also enter the unseen world

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The Success Culture

Dec 10th, 2012 | By

If you can meet with triumph and disaster And treat those two impostors just the same… Rudyard Kipling, “If” Success! What a glorious, ringing, resounding sound that has. Something golden to reach out for, a pinnacle to attain. Passing, winning, beating – success is heady stuff. We all have images in our mind: of applause,

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Ilie Cioara – An Enlightened Mystic

Dec 5th, 2012 | By

Ilie Cioara was an enlightened mystic who did not belong to any lineage. He is unique in a way, in the sense that he lived in almost complete isolation, in Eastern Europe in a communist country, completely oblivious of nonduality, zen etc. Originally a Christian mystic, he practiced a mantra for over 20 years. One

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LifeWorks – Using myth and archetype to develop your life story

Dec 3rd, 2012 | By

Why did your life turn out this way? Who are the most important people in your world? What would you do differently, if you had the chance? Ever since the first people sat around their camp-fire, we have wondered about the meaning of life. One of the ways we try to explain the world is

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