We all seem to be dealing with too much stress. With all the craziness of the political situation and dealing with all the repercussions surrounding the coronavirus, it is no wonder that our stress levels are too high. In the upcoming November Science of Mind Magazine, I discovered a great article describing a stress reduction… More Stress Reduction Practice called GAIN
Easter week is a special time of celebration and remembrance. In most Christian circles, it is the time to commemorate the crucifixion and resurrection of Jesus. But there is also a metaphysical New Thought way to celebrate Easter: Resurrecting our thoughts. The Revealing Word describes the crucifixion as “the crossing out in consciousness of errors… More Resurrecting Our Thoughts
The true grateful feelings around Thanksgiving are seldom practiced after the actual day of celebration. Over the years, the historical story about the Native Americans and Pilgrims’ special meal evolved into a national day of gratitude. Since the late 1700s, people celebrate this event in history by sharing a large meal with loved ones. But… More Living in Gratitude After Thanksgiving
Chaos is too common lately. Some days, my emotions flare up — I get angry, and I lose my alignment with Spirit. The first thing I do is go into my spiritual practices of affirmative prayers, spiritual reading, and meditation. I often wonder what others do to ‘stop the burning’! When I see the level… More Stop the Burning!
One of my favorite books and favorite spiritual practices is from May McCarthy’s book: The Path to Wealth: Seven Spiritual Steps for Financial Abundance Personally, meeting May many years ago, reading her books and attending her talks and workshops impacted my life in a deep and wonderful way. Throughout the years, I continue to read… More ‘The Path to Wealth’ Daily Practice, Final Steps
One of my favorite and simplest prayers to use — especially when I just can’t find the words — is the Hawaiian Ho’o Pono Pono Prayer. Hoʻoponopono, according to Wikipedia, is a Hawaiian practice of reconciliation and forgiveness. The Hawaiian word translates into English simply as correction, with the synonyms manage or supervise, and the… More Ho’oPonoPono Prayer
One of my favorite books and favorite spiritual practices is from May McCarthy’s book: The Path to Wealth: Seven Spiritual Steps for Financial Abundance Personally, meeting May many years ago, reading her books and attending her talks and workshops impacted my life in a deep and wonderful way. Throughout the years, I continue to read… More ‘The Path to Wealth’ Daily Practice — Step Two
What is your perfect prayer? The Lord’s Prayer? The Apostles’ Creed? The 23rd Psalm? The best prayer you can pray is expressing gratitude for the things you now have. “If the only prayer you said in your whole life was, ‘thank you,’ that would suffice.” ~Meister Eckhart Gratitude is a very powerful tool to help… More The Perfect Prayer
Strategies to Stay on Course by Mary Pawlus Our habits and rituals make up our life. Every day we need physical energy, mental clarity, and emotional balance to tackle everything that comes our way. Self-care, i.e. rituals, is one of the secrets to performing at our highest level. I find that having daily rituals helps me… More Strategies to Stay on Course: Daily Rituals
The Seven Wonders (as shared by the Moral Stories Website) Anna was a 9-year-old girl from the small village. She finished attending elementary school till 4th grade at her village. For the 5th grade onwards, she will have to get an admission in a school at a city nearby. She got very happy knowing that… More The Seven Wonders — Practicing Gratitude!