Love Yourself and The Planet – by Debbra Lupien


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I’d never heard of it, until a dear friend invited me to participate. As it turned out, that was the Saturday after Thanksgiving in the US, and my seven year old granddaughter, Francesca, was visiting.
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Love Yourself and The Planet was the intent and refrain of the One Million Meditators event on November 25, 2017.

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Living in Your Heart not Your Head! – by Shuddhaanandaa Bramachari


Do you think you have a brain in your head, well that is true, but science is telling us even the heart has a brain! So if there is IQ Intelligence Quotient, then there is another intelligence of the heart, EQ Emotional Quotient. As such if we are head smart (IQ) we can make money and earn false vanity, but if we are heart smart (EQ) we will balance our life and be happier at work, business or in our personal and family relationships. Gradually the world is shifting towards learning Emotional Intelligence, to become more empathetic, loving, and caring, and being good human beings to lead at work and in our family, creating a sustainable world. Yes, the heart is calling for our attention. Let not technology rob it! Time for our Inner Journey!

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Art for Art’s Sake – by Annette Rochelle Aben


I read a quote once that said that without ART, the earth would be nothing more than EH. That’s not the exact quote but it makes sense.  I mean, I you took the ART of out the word EARTH, then you would be left with EH.
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Yeah, I figured that you “got it” but I wanted to drive the point home.

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The Book of Nature is in The Heart of The Earth – by Andreas N. Bjørndal


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Ha Aretz
is the old biblical Hebrew word for The Earth and has some marvellous secrets to reveal to us. In Hebrew, every letter is a picture or concept and hence closer to the old Egyptian language with hieroglyphic pictures than modern English. The Hebrew language has its root in the old Egyptian language.

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Bibliomantic Benefits – by Moon Laramie


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Bibliomancy is an age old tradition practiced around the world. It involves opening a book at a random page in order to divine the answers to spiritual questions. The term bibliomancy was first coined in 1753. It was originally used to determine the guilt or innocence of a person accused of witchcraft. The accused was weighed. If their weight was less than the volumes of the Bible they were deemed innocent. The practice later developed into the use of the Bible to answer metaphysical questions. Eventually bibliomancy was no longer restricted to the Bible and it came to be used with any book.

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Living Consciously From the Heart – by Renee Harrison


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The world is changing.
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I hear people say this a lot. They could be talking about what they see on the news every day or maybe they are upset at the shift of family values and want things to be like they were. Perhaps they are referring to the speed at which technology is spinning, much like an atom smashing particle accelerator and they feel they can’t keep up. Others, like me, notice the subtler changes. Like the shadow work being done within to bring the darker aspects into the light. More and more people are waking up. They’re asking questions, getting clearer, and paying attention to how they feel. Me too.

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Heart of the Earth – by Nancy Zimmerman


How very interesting that the letters of “heart” and “earth” match. It serves to emphasize how interconnected we are to the planet. As I consider this connection, I decided to once again think of terms that would apply to this connection. I will use the connections alphabetically.

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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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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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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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