Whimsical Soul Spa – by Danielle Hughes


When we think about the spa, our first thoughts are usually facials, massage and other feel good session for the physical body but we are more than just this physical body. Your soul is calling out to you to take time to engage with it and find a space of healing and rejuvenation within.

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Invite the Positive into Your Life – by Shuddhaanandaa Brahmachari


Thoughts are not just thoughts, they are invitations. We invite every situation and person into our life through our thoughts. It is not just a one-time thought. It is when thoughts are repeated over and over again that our brain structure is altered. Then vibrations are sent forth and connections are made to the matching energy fields. This connection brings happiness or sadness into our life. The choice is ours!

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The Esoteric Guests – by Moon Laramie


During the early 1900’s  author Gertrude Stein and her partner Alice B. Toklas, hosted a salon on Saturday evenings at their apartment in Paris. Guests included the artists Pablo Picasso, Henri Mattise and Juan Gris, the novelists Sherwood Anderson and Sinclair Lewis and the art collectors Claribel and Etta Cone. All manner of cultural topics were discussed. If I were able to invite five people, alive or dead, to a gathering to discuss esoteric spiritual topics, who would they be?

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How “Whimsy” Can Help You Reach the Life You Dream Of – by Nancy Zimmerman


Thank you so much for reading this article. I have been reading and researching a lot in the last few weeks about the power that imagination holds in helping us design our future. It is a big part of how we manifest into our lives what we hope to have. It is with this in mind that I am going to take you through some techniques that will help you to realize that “whimsy” can often be the jumping off place for deeper imaginations and manifesting work.

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Invitation Issued – by Annette Rochelle Aben


You are invited! That’s right, YOU are invited to create this moment. You are invited to create this moment to be the best moment of your life thus far.
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Bet you never thought you had the power. Bet you never realized that deciding whether or not a moment was good, was under your control. Bet you maybe didn’t consider that your choices in life mattered.

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Is whimsical good or bad? – by Andreas N. Bjørndal


Can whimsical be good?

In nature the most obvious example of whimsical, must be the butterfly. The butterfly has four stages of development that could point towards an aspect of the positive side of whimsical; the eggs become larvae, that pupate before the butterfly one day appears.

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Inviting Conversation with Low – by Mindy A. Early


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As I write this, Low is visiting. Low is an entity without form, without feature, but they makeup for that with
mood. With them comes low energy, low motivation, and low tolerance for being around others or in spaces where I can’t control the surroundings. Low arrives without warning, seemingly catalyzed without reason, and they move on just as abruptly – but only when they’re ready. Low is the house guest I didn’t ask for, but damned if I can get anything else done during their stay.

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A Time of Whimsy – by David J. Little


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A time of whimsy. Do you remember when you were a child ? Everything had a magical quality to it. Your first bike ride or swim in the ocean. Going anywhere was always an adventure, even a trip to the corner store.

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Waiting for Santa Claus – by Nancy Zimmerman


I have absolutely no idea why this title came to me. I attribute it to my spirit guide, Gloria.  She has helped give me direction on more than one occasion, so I am not about to doubt her now. I have recently been introduced to a medium who seems to be extremely aligned with the spirit world. This followed on the end of my having my Natal Chart figured. There were two different people involved, so it was not a crossover configured by knowledge of that natal chart.

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WAIT! – by Kishan Takahashi


What does it mean to wait?
To wait is to simply stop, or pause and take a breath.
But why don’t we want to wait?
In my experience  don’t wait anymore because they think and feel that the world is too fast AROUND them. They think they have to rush to keep up.
What we have failed to realise is that the world is only fast WITHIN US.
And we have created this anxiety and impatience that leads to stresses of all kinds and that’s never a good thing as it’s increasing all the time.
I have observed that we are easily allowing ourselves to be distracted, especially when we are confronted by situations we don’t want to deal with. It’s easy to keep putting off important life changing decisions.
So, you see it’s easier to keep busy when you don’t want to have to deal with anything. Ignoring what is needed to be talked about and addressed may require change.
And we all know change isn’t easy for any of us – we do anything to avoid it and that requires not to stop, not to wait and not to breathe.

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Who Are You Really? – by Moon Laramie


When I look in the mirror I see ‘myself’. Or do I? What is it that I actually see? I see my physical form. But is this really ‘me’? My physical body is so impermanent. Can it really be all there is of me? When I talk to other people about what ‘I’ have been doing, it is easy to associate that ‘I’ solely with my identity in this corporeal body. But is that the real me?

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Hurry Up and Wait – by Mary Lou Stark


Is there anyone who hasn’t heard this phrase before? – “Hurry up and wait”
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It doesn’t matter if you work for yourself or someone else, if you are in school or retired, it seems to float to the surface in all of our lives.
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The important thing is how you choose to respond in these situations.

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Do You Know Who You Are? – by Shuddaanandaa Brahmachari


We have all read about celebrity suicides in the news lately. The number of famous people who are dying young, either through active suicide or passive suicide of drug overdoses and addictions bring the alarming increase of suicides to mind. Statistics show that the US has an increase of 30% more suicides in the last twenty years. We count the number of people who have been successful in committing suicide, but the number of those who are continually in a suicidal mode of mind, world-wide, is staggering. The one who lives in the grip of the disillusioned mind is already on the path to suicide. The person may live for 80 years, but that is only a number. The person is more dead than alive, deeply asleep and unaware of who they truly ARE!

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