Archive for August 2015

Weekdays in Vedic Astrology (Jyotish)

Aug 31st, 2015 | By

English-language weekday names come from Norse and Roman mythology, but happily Vedic Astrology (Jyotish follow the same system: Sunday is the Sun’s day Monday is for the Moon Tuesday is Mars Wednesday is Mercury Thursday is for Jupiter Friday is Venus Saturday is Saturn’s day Fitting your business to an appropriate day is astrological timing at

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The Importance Of Dance For Dementia And Alzheimers by Tina Hobin

Aug 28th, 2015 | By

Researcher and neurologist Joe Verghese at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine, New York, conducted a study of eleven physical activities on people who were 75 years of age and found that dancing was the only one that was associated with a lower risk of dementia. A 21-year-old study published in the New England Journal

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Are you feeling anger or healthy personal power? by Barbara Berger

Aug 28th, 2015 | By

One of the things we often find hard to deal with in our relationships is anger – and especially when it’s anger coming from women. This is something I’ve learned from working with clients for many years – that many women are really afraid of feeling what they think is anger. It’s a big taboo,

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Insights into the Power of Mantra by Frans Stiene

Aug 26th, 2015 | By

“A person who experiences mental wandering while performing recitation will never achieve any result, even from reciting the mantra for an eon of time.”
 Padmasambhava Since ancient time, mantras have been part of many spiritual teachings. But why is this the case? Traditionally the word mantra means protecting the mind. But what is a mantra

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Cheeky Bibliomancy – What to say / not say to your friend with Cancer.

Aug 24th, 2015 | By

Welcome to our beautiful, thought provoking or perhaps thought challenging random wisdom. The wisdom will be taken from one of our many Soul Rocks titles, and will be as random as the publisher picking up the book, opening it to wherever it falls and quoting the most inspirational thing she sees! Consider this bibliomancy (divination through

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Who Knows What Is Good or Bad in Sex? by A. Aimee

Aug 17th, 2015 | By

Who Knows What Is Good or Bad in Sex? Do you know the story of the Chinese farmer whose horse runs away? It goes like this: When the farmer’s neighbour came to console him the farmer said, ‘Who knows what’s good or bad?’    When his horse returned the next day with a herd of

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The difference between reality and our thinking by Barbara Berger

Aug 14th, 2015 | By

The difference between reality and our thinking If you want to change your life for the better and make it a more joyful experience, it’s vitally important to understand that there is a difference between reality and our thinking. This is a key, basic concept when it comes to radical inner transformation.    Now what

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Crucifixion and Resurrection by Maggy Whitehouse

Aug 12th, 2015 | By

Crucifixion and Resurrection ‘I shall not die; but live to declare the works of the Lord.’ Those were the words my trembling finger landed on when I opened the Bible at random with my heart in pieces. I had been married for seven months and Henry, my husband, had just been diagnosed with terminal cancer.

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Cheeky Bibliomancy – You Are Unique!

Aug 10th, 2015 | By

Welcome to our beautiful, thought provoking or perhaps thought challenging random wisdom. The wisdom will be taken from one of our many Soul Rocks titles, and will be as random as the publisher picking up the book, opening it to wherever it falls and quoting the most inspirational thing she sees! Consider this bibliomancy (divination through

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Love in a Bottle by Becky Walsh

Aug 10th, 2015 | By

Love in a Bottle  Science seems to be getting closer to making a love drug! If it is truly possible to concoct a drug that makes you fall in love, its main ingredient would be oxytocin. Oxytocin is released either directly into the blood via the pituitary gland or to other parts of the brain

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