Letting Yourself Play Too

“Joys of the season to you and all you love!” We do so much for others at this time of year, and for the outward displays of spirit. Whether celebrating the return of the sun, Christmas, Hanukkah, Diwali, or others, festivities and events call us to service. And sometimes, as adults, the little person inside…

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Past Life Work and Healing

In the depths of grieving, we are brought back to fundamental questions. Does part of us live on, even come back? Can we use this perspective to create and built our lives now, with care for future generations and the beings we share the planet with? Here we continue Laura S’ Journey into Past Lives……

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A Journey Into Past Lives

I’m Laura Stanley and I want to share what I have come to know as a “Journey Into Past Lives.” I am a psychic, a metaphysician, and a healer. I receive my intuitive information primarily in visions. I also am communicated with through feeling, hearing and sometimes just “knowing”. I am a faculty member of…

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A Journey Into Past Lives

I’m Laura Stanley and I want to share what I have come to know as a “Journey Into Past Lives.” I am a psychic, a metaphysician, and a healer. I receive my intuitive information primarily in visions. I also am communicated with through feeling, hearing and sometimes just “knowing”. I am a faculty member of…

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Are You First in Your Own Line?

Ania

When I was growing up, I had two homes.  In my first home, my every movement was controlled and I had to follow many rules. In my second home, I had freedom and I was loved.  This one was hidden deeply within myself. While the outside world kept pushing me to become useful, I daydreamed…

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Six Ways Meditation Can Make You a Better Writer

Ever since I printed my first letter “A” while watching Sesame Street as a toddler, I wanted to be a writer. I spent a good deal of my childhood and teens expressing my innermost thoughts and feelings through stories and poems. Once I reached a certain age, however, my yearning to write became more of…

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Gluten-Free Sugar-Free Cake

This is a modified version of an old family recipe for Sicilian breakfast cake that I originally got from Georgia Colton. I’ve experimented with it a bit, and the chocolate is still my favourite. Here’s the basic recipe first and then the modifications for the: Infamous chocolate version 7 eggs 1 1/8 cup maple syrup…

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Who Do You Think You’re Fooling?

Did the title spook you? It was meant to. A friend of mine had done the work of putting together a comprehensive resume listing all her skills. She confessed to me that when she read it back over, it was so impressive she couldn’t believe the resume was her own. I asked her if she…

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The Art of Precision or, Be Careful What You Wish For

We all have natural abilities. Sometimes we are conscious of them and use them well. Sometimes we don’t ever fully discover them. Some people have the gift of being able to make anything work. Others can tell stories that keep you listening for hours. Everyone has something – some have many things. I can shape…

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Chocolate to Meditate On

I’ve practiced meditation for many years and now I’m embarking on the process of training to teach it. I’m training to teach Level 1 – The Prophet. I’ve grown so much through my meditation practice and I want to help other people, the way I’ve been helped. I want to empower others to fully live…

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