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Is Your Smartphone Part of Your Spiritual Practice?

Is your smartphone part of your spiritual practice? Discover how to use your phone to help you gain inner peace. Continue reading

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Take the Handcuffs Off! A Spiritual Practice to Free You from Lack Consciousness and Negativity

Taking your handcuffs off is a spiritual practice that frees you from the enshacklement of over-consumption, negativity, and a lack consciousness. It encourages you to relinquish such things as: harsh judgmentalness; fear; doubt; laziness; feeling unworthy; rudeness; lack of diplomacy; … Continue reading

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The Spiritual Practice of Abracadabra-ing

This spiritual practice employs mindfulness meditation, affirmative prayer, visualization, and positive affirmations as the open sesames to healing and enlightenment. Continue reading

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The Thanks-Living Advantage: Thanks-living Snapshots For 2014

We are all pre-wired for joy, happiness, prosperity, inner peace, mystical and metaphysical understanding, health, compassion, wisdom, and unconditional love. They’re all part of our spiritual DNA. And we have the deeper knowledge at our soul level of knowing that … Continue reading

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How to Master the Art of Living: Spiritual Traveler’s Alerts

It is that time of year when people are on the move, with vacations and other special traveling opportunities! We love to travel—and we consider ourselves travel savvy—but we’ve also had some very interesting experiences in our journeys! Years ago, when we were traveling … Continue reading

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Trusting Your Intuition: Tickling the Ant as a Spiritual Practice

The most often quoted ‘ant verse’ from the Hebrew Testament is Proverbs 6:6. “Be like the ant,” says Solomon, “consider her ways, and be wise” (the Holy Bible from Lamsa’s Aramaic of the Peshitta). The King James Bible is a little … Continue reading

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Meditation Is Medication: The Medicinal Benefits of Disciplined Meditation

For millennia, disciplined meditation and mental awareness techniques have been a daily practice for those who want to take charge of their lives. We have been meditators for over 40 years and can say from personal experience that meditation is … Continue reading

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A Spiritual New Year Message: Shoot From The Lip

Our message to you in this ‘ringing in the New Year’ blogcast is to encourage you to “Shoot From the Lip” (not the hip!) with positive affirmations to make 2014 the best year you have ever had. In the Foreword … Continue reading

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Supernatural to Super Natural: How to Get a Spiritual High

We all want to believe that deep within our souls there is a very special reason we are here, that we have something valuable to contribute to the world, that we have a special purpose, that we are special somehow. … Continue reading

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Meditation Is Not Something to Yawn At, or Is It?

An article in the July 8, 2012 USA Today reminded us about meditation’s relationship to yawning. We’re not kidding. We’re not being disrespectful. There is a relationship between meditation and yawning as mental tools to enhance mental alertness and ability … Continue reading

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