On occasion I have the opportunity to read a book that has the possibility to deepen my understanding of myself and how I want to be in the world.
Willingness to Love by Dan van der Wolf is written from the heart and from a deep source of wisdom on how to shift your consciousness. It helps one on a spiritual path to embrace spiritual awakenings by opening up the heart, changing thoughts and finding ways to love, joy and peace. [click to continue…]
By Vaibhav Sharan – Friends – courtesy Wikimedia Commons
In part 1 of our Spiritual Detox program, we talked about the relationship you have with your mind and thoughts and how that can shift your energy. In part 2 we’ll look at how the energy of the people around you can affect your aura and what you can do about it. We’ll talk about Soulmates, Soul groups, Catalysts, Karma and spiritual contracts. [click to continue…]
By HikingArtist (Own work) - A Picture is Worth A Thousand Words - courtesy Wikimedia Commons
A physical detox can do wonders for your body but have you ever thought of doing a spiritual and mental detox? Wouldn’t you love to feel lighter, be more positive and surround yourself with healthy and loving people? If this isn’t where you are right now, you might want to make some changes and detox your mind and spirit. This blog is about the first step in a spiritual/mental detox program. It all begins with you and your mind. Who’s in charge anyway? [click to continue…]
image by RelaxingMusic on Flickr, Meditate courtesy wikimedia commons
So you’ve decided that meditation would be a good thing for you. After all, meditation can help you be less stressed, sleep better, lower blood pressure and become less reactive just to name a few benefits. But does where you meditate matter? What are the best places to meditate? There are different places to meditate depending on what you are drawn to and what suits your style and energy. [click to continue…]
Wolverhampton City Centre at Night, photo by West Midlands Police, UK; courtesy of Wikimedia Commons
I’m in Oakville now, but after having lived in Toronto for over 20 years, I have to say I really noticed a difference in the energy of cities when I traveled to other cities and countries. It isn’t always about the number of people living in the area, but the kind of energy the land holds as well.
Sometimes one place may feel better than another. Familiar doesn’t mean good, and more energy doesn’t mean better. Since I’ve moved to Oakville and am now going to Toronto once a week to see clients, I sure notice how the energy of the two cities affects me. [click to continue…]