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Experiencing Oneness Moment by Moment

The great yoga teacher, B.K.S. Iyengar described oneness in the most embodied sense I had ever heard. He said that to experience oneness is to feel every cell of our body simultaneously. 563 more words

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Prospering in Your Calling

Most of us experience this interesting dilemma in life: can we follow our calling and put all of our energy into it, or do we need to follow our calling on the side after working the job that pays our bills? 571 more words

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A WORLD THAT WORKS FOR EVERYONE. WHAT DOES THAT LOOK LIKE?

This post focuses on a look at the vision of Centers for Spiritual Living (CSL). Those in other New Thought organizations may find some value here, but the focus of this post is parochial. 2,191 more words

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Going Directly to Happy

Most of us have at some point come to realize that happiness is found within. Living our lives as if that were true can be a whole different story. 479 more words

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Is Violence a Call to Love?

As we read and see reports of events unfolding in our world today, it is easy to go into separation, thoughts of “us” and “them.” It is easy to think that there are different types of people in the world and that those attacking us are somehow very different from us. 628 more words

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Gratitude: Path to Greater Abundance

Ernest Holmes, Founder of the Science of Mind philosophy, called gratitude “the motive power which attracts and magnifies the hidden potentialities of life.” In life, we often give thanks after receiving something good, but this principle that Holmes refers to suggests that gratitude actually helps create and attract the good we want in our lives. 488 more words

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A New World Is in Motion

Last month I attended the Parliament of the World’s Religions in Salt Lake City, Utah. This event brings together people from all the world’s religions to collaborate around common goals such as alleviating poverty, world peace, justice, and stewardship of the planet. 668 more words

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