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Do Not Look At the Faults of Others
by Brenda Shoshanna – New York City

man sitting at beach

These days we are all obsessed with the deeds of others. Most of our conversations center around who said what to who? And how others responded. Then we become outraged, frightened and absorbed with blaming and judging others. We dwell upon ways to change them, as if we were in charge of how others should […]


We Are Manifesting a Greater Earth
by Simona Manenti – Quakertown, PA

In response to the requests by so many of my clients and friends asking for ways of how to live happily in these challenging times and stay positive and hopeful, I have learned to trust the knowing and the messages I get through guidance, now more than ever. This has helped me to not rely […]


Guidelines for Effective Communication
by James L. Creighton, PhD

Loving Through Your Differences Building Strong Relationships From Separate Realities by James L. Creighton, PhD

Couples fight. Sometimes a little, sometimes a lot. Sometimes these fights provide comic relief. At other times they threaten the very survival of the relationship. Psychologist and relationship consultant James Creighton wrote his new book Loving through Your Differences: Building Strong Relationships from Separate Realities to help reduce conflict between couples, especially those that are […]


Where Are You Looking for Love?
by Thomas Capshew, PhD.

pink rose

All of us at some time in our lives have looked for love. We often feel like love in our world is in short supply or difficult to find. Could it be, like the song, that most of us spend most of our lives “looking for love in all the wrong places?” Our culture has […]


Be Charged with the Best Life Energy
by Owen K Waters – Texas


Spiritual aliveness is the result of making your spirituality the day’s number one priority. Achieving this is fairly simple—as simple as being aware of one or two secrets of the universe and then setting your intention for each day. Life is an expression of your spiritual self. You are here to gain experience on a […]


by Joseph Rain – London , UK

The Unfinished Book About Who We Are? by Joseph Rain

Everybody worries about something. We worry about the children, the house, the job, the spouse, our health, the holidays, our parents, friends, the car, what the neighbours will say, what comments we get on social media, or we just worry about worry. Without knowing, we are subconsciously swimming in worry! But it’s normal to worry, right? […]


5 Core Practices for More Meaningful Conversations
by Oren Jay Sofer – Richmond, CA

say what you mean by Oren Jay Sofer

There is one activity we each do every day, all day long, in every area of our lives—at home, at work, with friends, even when we’re alone. The success of our relationships, our work, and life in general rests heavily on it, yet few of us ever receive explicit training in this area. I’m talking […]


This Is How We Create Love – An Essay on Our Times
by Deirdre Hade

Love written in sand by the ocean

It is my longing that makes me love you intensely, For I yearn to be loved from the heart. It is my eternity that makes me love you long, For I have no end. – Mechtild of Magdeburg,                         German mystic of the Beguines, 1282   This Is How We Create Love Love is mystical […]


Codependency Versus Interdependency in Love Relationship
by Vivianne Nantel

Becoming the Light: Realize Your True Enlightened Nature

When we talk about love, it is inevitable the subject of codependency and interdependency arise. This relatively new term, codependency, was coined a few decades ago. Since this topic is vast and I am not a professional psychologist, I will share only what seems pertinent for the sake of awareness. The learned compulsive behavior called […]


Karmic Love
by Annette Goggio, Oakhurst, CA

Healing: A Conversation by Annette Cravera Goggio

The day is different from the start. You wake up with an unspoken urge to do differently. You drive with a compulsion to go a different way, park in a different neighborhood or on a different street. You leave at a different time or change your routine because the old one is now, well, old. […]