Currently Browsing: Holiday Spirit

The Broken Paths
by Sharon Sala

lotus flower

I don’t know who needs to read this today, but Spirit was insistent that I write it. So I do, because I am a messenger. The collective consciousness of the world at this time in history holds the energy of pandemics, grief, failed relationships, vaccine and mask mandates, climate disaster, political and religious divisions, and […]

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Spirituality For Busy People
by Justin S. Grant

Spirituality for Busy People by Justin S. Grant

Evolution of consciousness is the very purpose of the Universe. Beyond ordinary physical senses, human beings possess a spiritual sensibility, which can be triggered and electrified by any genuine form or expression of Divinity. Spirituality involves the conscious act of alignment with the life energy and soul light that animates dynamic form. Spiritual living is […]

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Activate Peace Now
by Randi Levin

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I like to be mindful when certain words and concepts make a memorable entrance into my coaching practice and into my life. That word of the moment is PEACE. On the surface, finding peace may seem like a way to step back and pause, to not care, or to compromise. Look again. Peace is a […]

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The Human Race
by Kevin Hancock

48 Whispers

A lion sleeps in the heart of every man. – Old Turkish Proverb As a CEO I have come to believe that the place of work needs a higher calling. Bigger, better, faster, more is no longer an appropriate top priority list for corporations around the world. Work needs more meaning. At the corner of […]

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Bend, But Don’t Break
by Donna Martini, Oyster Bay, NY

Have you ever looked at a wintery landscape and wondered why the trees are bending but not breaking from the weight of ice and snow? Healthy branches don’t break. They are malleable because, like us, they contain water. And because cold, icy water expands instead of contracts, trees survive the storms. They persevere during the […]

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Alone for the Holidays? Strategies For Getting Through the Holidays and Helping Others to Do the Same
by Carrington Smith – Austin, TX

As a young professional, newly divorced, and buried in student loans, I remember calling my parents and crying about the prospect of spending my first Christmas alone. My father said that it would do me some good. He had a knack for that – taking the knife and twisting it in further. I was embarrassed […]

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People Who Are Authentic Don’t Have to be Perfect: Seeing Behind the Façade of Holiday Cards, EOY Brag Letters, and Social Media
by Carrington Smith – Austin, TX

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It’s that time of year. The time that we receive a deluge of holiday cards, end-of-year “my life is so fabulous!” brag letters, and social media posts that show how much fun, how perfect, and how amazing everyone else in our universe is. The end-of-year brag letters are the worst. I had one friend who […]

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You Are Never Alone – Turning to the Light
by Brenda Shoshanna – New York City

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It often seems as if we are left alone in this world , having to battle gigantic forces, having no power to turn darkness around. But this amazing week, and season, says otherwise. This is a time of turning deeply to the light. Many holidays converge now, all dedicated to living a life if kindness, […]

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Join the Thrive Tribe!
by Alan Cohen

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I saw a video of journalist Bill Moyer interviewing Chief Oren Lyons of the Native American Onondaga Council. Lyons was appointed to the position of Faithkeeper in the tribe. His job is to hold the vision of well-being no matter what adverse conditions present themselves. If there is war, famine, or threatening weather, he is […]

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Hearing the Whispers of Your Soul
by Kori Hahn Sri Lanka

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I am a dreamer, and just as John Lennon said, I know I’m not the only one. Since I was a little girl, I have always found myself passionately pulled to try new things. In high school, I dreamed of playing the guitar like Sheryl Crow. In college, I imagined traveling the world with only […]

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