Change really is the only constant in life. All species must evolve or die— When we change we grow and when we grow we evolve mentally, emotionally and spiritually. My good friend Alex Blackwell has written a deeply moving book about his journey to change. See for yourself….
Alex, can you give readers a little background on The BridgeMaker? What made you want to start blogging? Read More
If the Resurrection is resurrection from the dead, all hope and freedom are in spite of death. –Paul Ricoeur
Do we rise again? Do you believe in the resurrection?
Icon of the Resurrection (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
At Easter we retell the the story of the passing of Jesus Christ and how he was resurrected. While the crucifixion is a sad event the miracle of the resurrection of Jesus is a joyous one. The resurrection gives the faithful hope that there is an afterlife where you will be reunited with your loved ones.
What if you’re not sure?
What if you think the story of Jesus being resurrected is just that, “a story?”
I used to think that it was only a story myself. Read More
“Every soul is not only the inlet but may become the outlet of all there is in God.” –Ralph Waldo Emerson
Today I have the pleasure of introducing you to another dear friend, spiritual healer and medium, Andrea Atack.
1. What area of the intuitive arts do you specialize in?
I specialize in Intuitive Reiki. Reiki is an ancient “laying of hands” healing technique that uses the life force energy to heal and balance the subtle energies within our bodies. Reiki addresses physical, emotional, mental and spiritual imbalances. During a session I receive messages from spirit guides, deceased loved ones and Angels. This guidance is used to assist the client to heal the cause of any imbalance. These messages may contain information about one’s past, present or future. Read More
The more love and care you send out toward a person or issue, the more you come into alignment with your spirit, and the more your intuition comes on-line. –Doc Childre and Howard Martin, HeartMath Solution
Did you know we each have two hearts?
One heart that beats in our chest and an invisible one pulsing with light and love? I’m talking of course, of your “spiritual” heart. The spiritual heart is the center of love within each of us.
If you have ever watched your young child in a play at school and felt your chest fill and your eyes brim with tears of joy, these reactions were generated by the spiritual heart.
The intoxicating feeling of falling in love is also born from the spiritual heart.
And so is the compassion and empathy we feel when we reach out to embrace and comfort someone who is going through troubling times. Read More