Articles: psychospiritual

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  1. Hope is Faith Personified

    by Rajgopal Nidamboor

    Hope is that quality of character which carries us through the worst moments of a crisis. It wells up, as though from some deep reservoir, when a cruel and unbearable world seems to...

  2. How to Bring About Personal Transformation

    by Dr Lisa Turner PhD

    In nature, business, life and almost everywhere change happens in distinct and predictable cycles, yet when it comes to our own personal development people seem to strive for a sta...

  3. How to Transform Despair into Harmony

    by Rajgopal Nidamboor

    For most of us, the world is where we live - yet, the fact is it is sometimes beyond our comprehension, especially when we are ‘under the weather’. Depression affects each of us, so...

  4. How Trifles Affect Your Heart

    by Rajgopal Nidamboor

    Don’t sweat the small stuff is a common adage. The fact is – small, or little, things upset us greatly. They disturb our life’s tempo and trigger stress. Studies show that your hea...

  5. How You See the World…

    by Dave Markowitz

    An experiment was done years back at a TV show taping where men dressed all in black with ski masks burst into the audience shooting at random attendees. Gunshots were heard and cha...

  6. I Ching - Timeless Wisdom For Our Modern World

    by Ian Wallace

    The I Ching is a traditional source of wisdom dating back 5,000 years and remaining unchanged since its origin. It embodies the Chinese beliefs in the law of Yin and Yang and the f...

  7. Intuition at Work

    by Frances Coombes

    This article focuses on intuition, which can be complementary, providing leaps of imagination, gut feelings or flashes of insight into strategies and timing of actions. The author ...

  8. Intuition, Our Wise Guide

    by Vivienne Silver-Leigh

    These days, we are often distracted by and overloaded with stimuli from our environment, thus neglecting our inner voice, or intuition. Yet a combination of logic and intuition can...

  9. Is Laughter Really the Best Medicine?

    by Michelle Oakes

    Laughter yoga was invented by Dr Madan Kataria. As he was writing his article Laughter the best medicine for a health magazine he decided to try out the techniques inspired by Norma...

  10. Is Your Life Falling Apart?

    by Dave Markowitz

    It’s easy to look around and think that life is falling apart. And for many, it is. And for some, it’s coming together… by falling apart. Not to minimize people’s very real pain, tr...

  11. Journey To Enlightenment: Guiding Principles

    by Simran Singh

    Viewed as a fresh and innovative voice in the realms of inspiration, motivation and spirituality, Simran Singh clearly states she is not here to be a teacher or a guru. Instead, Sim...

  12. Kairos Therapy: Emotional Release and Empowerment

    by Caroline Gladding

    The author focuses on the never ending journey of Awareness, Release and Transformation, of emotions, emotional baggage and expression, that can be treated by many of the therapies...

  13. Letting Go: New Leap of Faith

    by Rajgopal Nidamboor

    As the cool, tranquil draft of winter envelopes our face, it ushers in early dusk. It strikes a chord, reminding us that it is time for the trees to smile and their leaves to fall –...

  14. Life is a Fine Balance

    by Rajgopal Nidamboor

    Each of us is blessed with wholeness – to hold the divine essence in our being. This corresponds to a mirror with just one reflection – of our soul in the context of our vision. It ...

  15. Listening with the Heart

    by Vivienne Silver-Leigh

    Vivienne Silver-Leigh, from her experiences of counselling training, shares some important lessons about active listening, a skill needed to understand and develop our relationship...

  16. Living Life on the Train of Illusions

    by Vivienne Bradshaw-Black

    Most, if not all of us, are born to parents already travelling on the train and we learn the travelling rules and regulation from the off.  As if in a trance, we imbibe a world of d...

  17. Magical Piers: The Lovers Journey

    by Gina Pickersgill

    In the days of old when stories were told of how love blossomed and marriage was sacrosanct, it was these stories that captured the imagination about what love was supposed to be ab...

  18. Magical Piers: The Lovers Journey Part III

    by Gina Pickersgill

    This is the third part of the Lovers Journey, continued from Part I and Part II.

  19. Make up your Mind

    by Vivienne Silver-Leigh

    The author looks into the process of right decision making by attending a workshop on Discernment. She watches her own choosing mechanism in action, and also how other people make ...

  20. Manifest Hope - Crisis Brings Opportunity

    by Amy Suplee

    The author points out that the concept of ‘action and reaction’ occurs in physics as well as many other philosophies. Taoist philosophy, and the theory behind Chinese Medicine stat...

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