Truth is what we choose to believe. When entire planet of people believes something is true, it becomes collectively accepted. However, if one person does not consider it to be true then is it still absolutely true?
At some point in history, people began to believe that men were superior to women, people must grow old, the New Year begins on January 1st, and the list goes on. Many of these beliefs came about at the same time across the planet in groups of people who had no contact with each other. This is because all life forms communicate telepathically. Read more ›
When we worrying about something that works out, we worried for nothing. In fact, we have only made the situation worse by placing our focus on a result we do not want, thereby helping to create it. Worrying wastes huge amounts of energy.
When we allow events to unfold, envisioning the best outcome, we are using our energy to create the results we desire. When we are happy, we have faith that things will turn out well and that the universe will provide solutions. When things continually work out for the best, we see the magic of life. Read more ›
Being in the now, appreciating life, and showing kindness to others is the key. When we take the time to acknowledge people during the day, we create positive energy in a powerful way.
This spreads in waves from one person to the next. It sounds very simple, and it has been heard before, but how often is it actually done? Read more ›
Holistic has become a word, commonly used in everyday life. It refers to our complete being. A holistic approach to living and well-being, implies that we consider and address all aspects of life, including health and happiness.
It also implies that we are directly involved in the holistic process, since only we can know how we feel. Certainly, a physician or practitioner can offer treatment. They can conduct tests or use methods to help to improve a particular situation, but they are not able to tap into our feelings. Do we feel better, even though the test results show improvement, or is there a deeper layer of us that should bel treated? Read more ›