Articles: psychospiritual

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  1. Money Magic - Money Metaphysics

    by Gitte Lassen

    The author shares what she has learned about the dynamics of money making, and how to create a positive relationship with money in general. She finds people basically spend to solv...

  2. Multidimensional Realm of our Being

    by Rajgopal Nidamboor

    There is nothing that our mind’s compass and radar cannot see, feel, perceive, or distinguish with its own molecules of thoughts, feelings, and emotions.

  3. My So-Called (Past) Life

    by Jody Jaffe

    I wanted to be Cleopatra or at least Catherine the Great, but it turned out I was just another little Jewish girl in my past life. I was also a teenage boy in knickers and a cave-d...

  4. Mystic Mantra: Be Mindful and Fully Grounded

    by Rajgopal Nidamboor

    The best thing to do is simple, also profound – to detach oneself from such a stranglehold with a sense of attached detachment.

  5. Mystic Mantra: Let the World be your Oyster

    by Rajgopal Nidamboor

    The philosopher Socrates set the record straight. He believed that our character depended primarily on harmony. When we want to be happy, as he emphasized, we will predictably do wh...

  6. Mystic Mantra: Soul Dance and Balance

    by Rajgopal Nidamboor

    Agreed that we are all endowed with our own distinctive personalities – they are as unique as our signature, or fingerprint. Most of us cultivate or foster certain interests in ar...

  7. Mystic Mantra: The Soul is the Fount of Conscious Awareness

    by Rajgopal Nidamboor

    The soul in Western and Eastern philosophy has diverse connotations in terms of its relationship with our conscious mind, mind-body and body-mind intelligence.

  8. Mystic Mantra: There’s More to Tears than Meets the Eye

    by Rajgopal Nidamboor

    The more powerful the “tear-jerking” plot, visage, or story, the better the liberating upshot. The precept that tears have healing outcomes emerged aeons ago. The philosopher Aristo...

  9. Mystic Mantra: Wisdom from the Spider’s Web

    by Rajgopal Nidamboor

    Silk is nature’s sublime, also wondrous creation – because the pint-sized spider, as a freak of nature, was given the facility to make silk, a cloth like no other.

  10. New Perspectives

    by Vivienne Silver-Leigh

    In this article the author focuses on how to achieve a positive frame of mind and create more appreciation for what we have. In a crisis - be it anguish, self-pity or despair - she...

  11. Notes on Hope and Hopelessness

    by David Lauterstein

    “There is an infinite amount of hope in the universe…but not for us.” ~ Franz Kafka That Kafka quote has pissed me off for about fifty years. Of course, Kafka may have been speak...

  12. Of Body, Brain and Placebo Effect

    by Rajgopal Nidamboor

    While most theories on human nature were based on conscious experience, the cascading impact of new scientific thought has pigeonholed them as pre-scientific hearsay, or folk psycho...

  13. Of Refined Wisdom and Positive Change

    by Rajgopal Nidamboor

    It is an oft-repeated cliché as also the timeless truth - that we represent our personality, with no facsimile or prototype. In other words, each of us is as unique as our signature...

  14. Of True Success and Happiness

    by Rajgopal Nidamboor

    We are in the grip of a new, inundating wave. Success. The idea is to pursue and realize the ‘achievement badge,’ pronto. The less the wait, the better it is at the al­tar of accomp...

  15. OH Cards: The Game of Inner Vision

    by Janine Moore

    OH cards can be used in a variety of ways. Their power lies in the ability to tap into the unconscious and perhaps bring to the surface buried feelings and emotions. They can be ...

  16. Our Many Selves

    by Vivienne Silver-Leigh

    Transpersonal Psychotherapist Vivienne Silver-Leigh looks at the different models of the self, stressing the importance of maintaining contact with our higher nature through some f...

  17. Pain - Relationship Between Body and Psyche

    by Sue Green

    Sue Green looks into many aspects of pain and the different ways in which it can be viewed. Pain can be a signal that something is out of balance, for example pain can be a sign ...

  18. Play to Live

    by Vivienne Silver-Leigh

    Regular columnist Vivienne Silver-Leigh reminds us of the importance of play. She quotes Elizabeth Kubler-Ross and David Kessler on the theme of playing, that: "Playing keeps us yo...

  19. Power Plants and Runes

    by Gayle Tighe

    The word rune means 'a mystery' and it is also believed to come from a root, meaning 'to whisper' and 'a secret'. This is how the runes were passed on. The knowledge was a secret, ...

  20. Psychic Meets Science

    by Alison Demarco

    Without LIGHT, there would be no life as we know it today. Light contains information, energy, frequency, vibration, colour, sound and matter. We transmit light waves, and we rece...

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