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5/15/13 at 09:00 am | 3 Comments I’m in the middle of what has become my annual Canada tour and it’s such a pleasure to feel all the love from my spiritual kinspeople here. I think of myself as “almost Canadian” since my parents were both born in Ontario, my father in Chatham in 1914 and my mother in Hamilton in 1916. I grew up in Detroit and Canada is part of my world. Last month I spoke at the Hay House I Can Do It Conference in Vancouver—wonderful and beautiful as always.
By Aine Belton Choice can open the door to a whole new life, not only at cross-roads on your path, but in each moment, giving you access to the bountiful palate with which to paint your world. You can choose a new action, thought or feeling at any time, and birth an entirely new reality as a result. Every choice has an impact, to a greater or lesser extent, each one like a pebble dropped in a pond; the ripples, the ramifications, spreading out into your future and other areas of your life.
Para Gregory Torres y Jorge Karam, formidables y amorosos cuidadores de la vida. Estar fuera de circulación dos semanas, por lo general, no implica perderse de nada. Sin embargo, las dos últimas estuvieron llenas de acontecimientos: la detención de Elba Esther Gordillo, el retiro de Benedicto XVI y la muerte de un representante de los gorilatos latinoamericanos: Hugo Chávez. Me referiré únicamente a la detención de la conocida como La Maestra. No se puede negar, no entiendo desde qué discurso o posición se puede hacer, el éxito indudable de la detención de la señora Gordillo. Ser oposición no implica no reconocer las buenas acciones de un gobierno (claro que una cosa es el reconocimiento y otra los comentarios abiertamente lacayunos del presidente del PAN).
When you fly in to Tulsa Oklahoma you can see the entrance of Oral Roberts University from the plane. At the gates there is a massive sculpture known as The Praying Hands , standing 60 feet tall and weighing 30 tons, the largest bronze monument in the world.
By Aine Belton With the below I am not intending to claim absolutes in any way, more share awarenesses that have rung true for me personally, been ever healing and always helped to awaken and return me to happiness and love. These need not be your ‘truths’, of course – accept only what resonates. (If you follow me on twitter you may recognize some of the below as tweets I share www.twitter.com/AineBelton ). 1.
Illustrations: Peter Arkle Odysseus just wanted to go to Ithaca. No, not the one in upstate New York—the one in ancient Greece.
Welcome to RichGrad.com - THE award-winning Personal Development Blog that has touched more than a million lives since July 2007 Sign up for my Free Personal Development Newsletter to receive tips on overcoming your fears, building your confidence & leading a richer life! “ What is more important than being happy? ” Andrew Matthews asked the audience in a seminar I attended 6 weeks back.
Affirmations, or positive statements repeated over and over, can help create new patterns of thinking. Just like negative statements repeated over a lifetime have the power to implant feelings of low self-esteem, repeating positive words to ourselves (and to others) can have an uplifting, empowering effect. As we enter the holiday week, we sometimes observe old patterns of thinking emerge. Here’s five affirmations that will empower you to reveal the most loving, honest, compassionate, authentic version of you possible to the people you love most, including yourself. I WILL BE BRAVE . Repeat this affirmation to encourage yourself to be brave enough to let your guard down, open your heart, and let your light shine.
In my last post, I suggested that those who sought happiness during the holiday season do what Jenn Flaaa, author of the Happiness Handbook , appropriately called the “Happy Dance.” However, if this time of year and dealing with all your relatives is still making you depressed enough to take to your bed with a box of chocolates watching reruns of Family Feud — better, I suppose, than actually participating in one – perhaps you also need to explore your spiritual side. To that end, I sought advice from Louix Dor Dempriey, a spiritual master who has spent decades helping people to become happier through his seminars, workshops, and retreats at his eponymous foundation. “Happiness is one of the things that everyone wants,” he begins,” but we are not quite sure how to get it.
Email Today I want to share ten life lessons with you. I learned them when I was young by reading and re-reading some of my favorite books and quotes.
The Visuddhimagga / The Path of Purification Buddhaghosa - Translated by Bhikkhu Ñanamoli The Visuddhimagga or The Path of Purification, is a Theravada Buddhist commentary written by Buddhaghosa approximately in 430 CE in Sri Lanka. It is considered the most important Theravada text outside of the Tipitaka canon of scriptures. The Visuddhimagga is a systematic examination and condensation of Buddhist doctrine and meditation technique.
Happiness is the only true measure of personal success. Making other people happy is the highest expression of success, but it's almost impossible to make others happy if you're not happy yourself. With that in mind, here are nine small changes that you can make to your daily routine that, if you're like most people, will immediately increase the amount of happiness in your life: 1. Start each day with expectation. If there's any big truth about life, it's that it usually lives up to (or down to) your expectations.
I am not telling you something that you don’t already know – Mattering Matters. Do you even realize how much difference you can make?
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