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Gratitude: Buddhist Practice 101 (Part II)

“There is no path to happiness: Happiness is the path”.  Gratitude and the practice of Buddhism On gratitude, the Mahavaipulya Sutra on the Tathagataʼs Inconceivable State has this to say, “One should...

creativity

What Is Spiritual Inspiration And How It Guides Creativity

What Is Spiritual Inspiration And How It Guides Creativity Many instances throughout our known history, it is said that certain individuals have managed to manifest information out of thin air when se...

life's challenges

5 Constructive Ways To Deal With Life’s Challenges

5 Constructive Ways To Deal With Life’s Challenges Everyone faces challenges in life. If you’re struggling with life’s challenges, you may not be dealing with them in the most constructive ways. Psych...

Meditation as a Refuge from Suffering

“Meditation can reintroduce you to the part that’s been missing”  The following is an article written by the founder of “The Way of Meditation” Mr. Chad Foreman. I thought I would share this with you ...

The Fifth Dimension

Consciousness = energy = love = awareness = light = wisdom = beauty = truth = purity. It’s all the same trip. Ram Dass  Much has been written, spoken and channelled about the Fifth Dimension and...

Ok, so I’m awake – Now what?

When you are evolving into a higher self, the road may seem lonely but you’re simply shedding the energies that no longer match the frequency of your destiny Ok, so you’ve navigated your way through t...

Spirituality

Spirituality

Spirituality So, what is Spirituality? Spirituality can be defined as the very nature of who we really are. In other words, it is the fabric of your soul that connects everything at its very core in a...

Indigenous People – Balance and Harmony

“The beauty of the trees, the softness of the air, the fragrance of the grass… speaks to me. The summit of the mountain, the thunder of the sky the rhythm of the sea… speaks to me. The fai...

The “Monkey Mind” Within

The “monkey mind” – our thoughts that swing from limb to limb, stopping only to scratch themselves, spit and howl.    We all have the mind of a monkey. This analogy, slightly humorous though it m...

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