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A New Freedom
by Jaime Pineda

Controlling Mental Chaos: Harnessing the Power of the Creative Mind

Change requires an inward and outward commitment to be more open and flexible For many of us, the existence of an uncontrolled and often chaotic mind, along with its obsessive thought-spinning inner critic, is an existential predicament. When the effects of life experiences persist and affect mood, rational deliberation, and behavior, they disrupt the normal […]


LET’S GIVE THANKS ALL DAY LONG (Finding God At The Kitchen Table)

Thanksgiving is here, and many of us will be spending time in the kitchen, preparing to give thanks. We’ll be cooking, going to visit those we care for and also those we may have trouble with. But we’ll all be together at the kitchen table. What a wonderful gathering, especially when it’s dedicated to joining […]


When Fear Is Neutralized By Love …
by Owen Waters – Texas

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Love, in its various forms, is the almighty drive that sends people to the extremes of human endeavor. This potent force which pervades the universe is part and parcel of the human experience, providing people with learning and evolution. It is the driving force behind all life in its journey back to the Oneness of […]


The Steep Price of Living with Imposter Syndrome
by Coline Monsarrat 

Imposter syndrome is rampant. It’s estimated that up to 70 percent of us have been caught in the snare of imposter syndrome. We’ve heard it whispering to us that we’re incompetent and that someday someone will expose us as a fraud. This can extract a price on your professional journey — lower salary, missed promotions due […]


Using Grief to Heal Yourself and Others
by Sue Frederick

There are many souls here who are struggling with the pain of losing a loved one. The experience of heart-wrenching grief is greater now than ever before because consciousness is more evolved and human life is more valued. Love has become more altruistic and prevalent, so death is more painful to those left behind. This […]


by Jeffrey S. Stephens and Ronald Raymond

THE ROAD TO SPLITSVILLE by Jeffrey S. Stephens and Ronald Raymond

The following is an excerpt As you move through your divorce and toward your new life, it will be incredibly helpful if you take some time to identify the qualities about which you and your partner were in synch from early on, and those where you experienced a disconnect. Examine how these things developed and […]


NEW EARTH 3D to 5D is the new REALITY!
by Noelle Hipke

Welcome to the NEW EARTH! If you are still here … you are one of the strong ones.  We have been challenged, charged and changed forever. All those highs and lows, ups and downs weren’t for nothing. It was to help you move to the next level in life. Every single one of you doing […]


Who Would You Be If You Didn’t Know Your Age? by Barbara Berger, Copenhagen, Denmark

The whole idea of “aging” is such an interesting concept. So let’s take a look at what the idea of “aging” actually means. This is a good thing to do, especially if the idea is bothering you or if you feel like you’re getting older. Bnecause in reality, the whole idea of “aging” is a […]


The Third Act
by Milissa Castanza Seymour – Bethpage, NY

person on stage with bright lights

You may be in your third act, but you can still be vital and sexual and funny. Life isn’t over. ~Jane Fonda Why is the third act so often diminished, even unrecognized? The first act is busy, filled with growth and new beginnings. Like spring, it arrives, sparkling with dew and sunlight. The potential is […]


Bless the Cage Rattlers
by Alan Cohen – Hawaii

While country living has its benefits, finding rat droppings in the kitchen is not one of them. After this gnarly discovery, I went out and purchased a humane rat trap, and set it out before I went to sleep. In the morning, sure enough I found a gray intruder in the trap, pacing back and […]