How To Make God Laugh – By Devrah Laval


There are so many factors beyond the little personality/ego that we aren’t even aware of. We are part of a
great puzzle that has been designed by the Creator who knows the big picture, because ‘life’ has already been scripted. A flower can blossom with a beautiful scent, but no matter how great a gardener we are, we have no control over its blossoming. The blossoming is not our responsibility nor is it any of our business.

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Thank you for the Air I Breath – by Devrah Laval


Every day of our lives, we exchange energy with another person in some form or another, whether it be the waitress, the bank clerk, the gas station attendant, our partner, our kids or our colleagues. In all of these interactions we probably say the words, “Thank you” at least a dozen times a day. But have we ever taken the time to really understand the essence of the words, “Thank you?”

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From Duality To Divinity – by Devrah Laval


In the past, I had always judged myself for “unacceptable” feelings such as anger, fear, jealousy, sadness and so on. Even though I could observe such states and not indulge them, I still felt that they shouldn’t be there. I have since learned that anything can take us to our Divine Self when it is allowed to “be.” The magic key that opens the door to our divinity is a blend of our sincere intention to experience the truth, and our unconditional love and acceptance of whatever arises.

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Looking At Fear Through Playful Eyes – by Devrah Laval


After my first direct experience of who I really am, I had a life-transforming dream in which I was asked to be in a garden fashion show. I was given one important instruction: “You will walk through a garden and then you will reach a Black woman sitting at a table, and she will tell you to turn left.” This seemed quite clear, so I began my work in a joyous state of mind. The garden was beautiful, sunny and uplifting, with many exquisite fragrances. I felt vibrant, alive and attractive in my lovely clothes. I continued feeling this way until I reached the black woman at the table, which was barren, with no decoration at all. She gave me a severe look and pointed to my left. I felt disturbed but I was ready for anything. I started walking to the left and found myself in a dreary, misty, grey area, devoid of any colour. As I looked closer, I saw that a steely grey barbed-wire fence defined the path. I began to feel fear and discomfort. Everything felt dead as it crunched beneath my feet. I really wanted out of there; this place was beginning to terrify me. An icy chill ran up and down my spine. I knew I had to do my job, so I kept going, but my fear increased and I started to sweat in my lovely dress. I felt even more contracted, since the clothes did not belong to me.

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Love Gone Wrong – By Devrah Laval


There’s no accident that three quarters of our television shows are all about drama. We know that we are trapped somehow.  We also know that we’ve got to get out and free ourselves from this melodrama that we’re starring in so we can return to the peace and love that these characters are ultimately trying to get to also. However, everyday life doesn’t always work like that. The reason for this constant drama and feeling trapped is that we are looking for love inall of the wrong places – love gone wrong.

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Being Real On The Spiritual Path – by Devrah Laval


I want to speak about this topic because I’ve received a lot of e-mails from people who’ve expressed their concerns that they feel that they can no longer be “human” and are judged – and judge themselves now that they and their friends have taken on a load of new concepts on how to be.

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REFRESH WITH A SPRING SOUL CLEANSE – by Devrah Laval


Today’s sunshine carries with it the promise of spring. It reminds me of an article I read a few days ago about “The Rejuvenated You,” which highlights the endless ways we can re-energize mind, body, and soul – from vitamin-enriched water, to belly dance cardio, to aerobic oxygen. Then I spoke with my friend Bob, who is a Master Herbalist, and he summed up cleanses this way, “If you don’t remove the dirty oil from your cars engine, it will damage it and your car won’t run.” So colonics, coconut oil diets, and herbal flushes appeal to many of us as we try to shed those extra pounds that we can no longer hide under winter coats. With its warmth, budding flowers, and longer hours of sunlight, spring’s glorious rebirth is nudging us out of our houses and off to the health food store to pick up the latest cleanse.

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