Holonity – The sense of balance – by Andreas N. Bjørndal


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We have more than 5 senses as we are exploring in this series. One of the most obvious is the sense of balance. ( See links to other articles below). There is a difference between the sense of movement and the sense of balance. The first gives us a sense of our joints, muscles and bones when we move and is also called the sense of proprioception. The child develops that from rolling, crawling and walking and feeling the presence of its own body from within. You can read more about it in the link below.

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Let go! – by Andreas N. Bjørndal


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From a spiritual perspective the universe is wise and carrying. Everything is organized with deep wisdom and every thing is acted out with love. Each of us has an inner driver, a direction or goal that will complete us. Like the returning of the lost soul we will head back to a place we came from, but with gained experience. The returning is like winding back your life, is like stopping your continued mistakes and acting differently as you start to follow a higher good, a higher will. Higher in the sense that it benefits a bigger whole a bigger holon.

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The magic of repetition – by Andreas N. Bjørndal


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Indigenous music sometimes seem simple in its structure with its on-going repeating themes. Despite that it has a power to pull you into a deeper state of mind. Some people need to rock themselves or we rock the baby in repeated rhythm to rest or fall asleep. The ability of repetition to take you both deeper and higher has been under estimated.

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When Life Turns Out to Be a Feast – by Rhea Dopmeijer


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When life takes a turn and you think it isn’t in your best interest, it will trigger a lot of negative emotions. We tend to feel upset or angry, filled with fear or doubt, if we don’t understand what happened. Or how it could possibly benefit your existence. When things crumble under your feet, there you will find the challenges. As well what kind of choices you will make to deal with the new situation. Awareness is part of this way of your perception. The observer is possibly more adept to view from a different kind of perspective, to notice what takes place. To be in a different more detached place to see the picture in a broader way.

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Whenever You Let Go – by Rhea Dopmeijer


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Whenever you are ready to surrender
Into your own Divine Energy,
Particles of Love and wisdom
Will be activated to bring in more Light
Into your Being and integrating

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Spirituality of An Elder Through Duck Feeding – by Marie Pollnow


One of the ladies I worked with as a Caregiver, I’ll call her Ida, loved to feed the ducks.  We would visit one of the local parks, park the car and arm in arm we would walk closer to the pond.  At the pond were many adult ducks looking for bread and treats.  We would throw out little crumbs for the hardy little birds.  (I later learned bread is harmful to birds yet at the time I didn’t know this.  So don’t do this.)

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Food for the Soul – by David J Little


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When I was a young boy I would go to our cottage in the summer on the East Coast of the United States in Maine. I don’t remember about much about the drive, just the anticipation of getting there.

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Spiritual Literacy Month – by Annette Rochelle Aben


What does it mean to be spiritually literate? Have you ever thought about this? I didn’t until I was checking out the handy dandy listings online of celebrations held in the month of December. While there are many National and Internationally designated days for worthy causes listed, this is what caught my eye.

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Random Acts of Glitter – by Annette Rochelle Aben


December!  The very mention of the word can strike fear into the hearts and minds of millions. Why? Because people dread having to see the end to a year in which they promised to accomplish all those things that they said they’d accomplish all those years past.  Fiddle sticks, I say!  December is getting a bad rap and I believe it’s about time we give December a break.

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Will The Real Spirit Entity Please Stand Up – by Moon Laramie


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It is very easy to imagine the Victorians as dour narrow-minded moralists. While Victorian society was undeniably conventional and repressed, many Victorians were also imaginative and open to new ideas. There were great scientific advancements during the Victorian era. Charles Darwin first posited his theories of evolution, Richard Owen produced the first life-sized reconstructions of dinosaurs and Alexander Graham Bell invented the telephone. There were also significant developments in metaphysics and spirituality. William Westcott founded the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn and Helena Blavatsky founded the Theosophical Society. Today, Blavatsky is commonly regarded as the mother of the modern mind, body, spirit movement.

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It’s Time to Let it Go – by David J Little


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What is so hard about letting go? Why do we hold on so tightly to past wrongs that have been done to us? Is there a way of releasing this “stuff” and moving on?

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Eats a Feastival – by Annette Rochelle Aben


At this time of year, many fill their larders with ingredients which they will turn into sumptuous creations upon which to feast. The traditional desserts, dinners and drinks that make the season merrier shall appear in abundance. Even our family has a rather lengthy list of that which would be conspicuous by its absence.  Every year, we maintain a festive atmosphere which includes laying out a delicious spread for family and friends. It’s what we like to do and as such, we always have a good time.

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Let Go and Live – by Nancy Zimmerman


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Five years ago, I entered a part of my life’s journey that was very new for me.  It was a time when it hit me smack dab in the face that I had been living my life in a way that did not allow me to be a happy fulfilled individual.  When I began to really take a look around me at all the people enjoying life and realizing that I wasn’t, I began to read and study on things so that I could achieve happiness also.

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The Good Heart by Linda Lang


I had been pondering what I might write for December’s issue of the Magic Happens, not really having a clear idea of what I might say. there as quite a bit that was shifting, or had shifted, in my life and my business, and that had really taken up much of my brain space and creativity.  As I sat in meditation one evening in November, these are the words that came…. 

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