Articles: psychospiritual

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  1. ‘Decoding the Past’ - Understand the Truth behind Negativity

    by Clayton John Ainger

    All of us have experienced negativity at some point in our lives, and most of us will experience some form of negativity on a regular basis. It’s often an unpleasant experience, bu...

  2. ‘Rewire’ Your Inner Strength

    by Rajgopal Nidamboor

    All of us embody within and outside of us certain – covert, or overt – unresolved emotions. For some, such internal configurations lead to impulsive behaviour, angst, mood swings, s...

  3. A Question Of Balance

    by Rajgopal Nidamboor

    Whatever one’s understanding of high-tech publishing, it goes without saying that all of it originated from the humblest of beginnings – a pioneer called Johannes Gutenberg, and hi...

  4. Accepting Who You Are

    by Vivienne Silver-Leigh

    Vivienne Silver-Leigh highlights the importance of accepting ourselves as who we are. She describes how she compared herself, unfavourably, to people whom she believed had more pos...

  5. Accessing All 12 of Our Chakras

    by David Malin

    This column focuses on the chakra system, as a lens for understanding our times and current human condition. The author shares his observations on the profound changes in the very ...

  6. Achieving Inner Harmony is Important for Health

    by Michael Vakil Kenton

    Alternative/complementary medicine and orthodox medicine disagree on many issues. However, the issue they certainly agree on is that inner harmony is essential for our health.

  7. Alchemical Transformation

    by Vivienne Silver-Leigh

    Vivienne Silver-Leigh gives us an insight into the relevance of alchemy in terms of personal transformation, inner change and personality development.

  8. An Exploration of Psychospiritual Psychotherapy

    by Sue Mansi

    There is an ongoing debate as to whether psychotherapy in its many forms is truly helpful to the individual, or whether it is, for the client, at best a meaningless self indulgence...

  9. Anger Management

    by BD Basu

    The various obstacles, constraints, catastrophe, calamity and impediments always pervade our life which sometimes even cause blockade in our progress. We try to overcome these barr...

  10. Are You More Than You See in the Mirror

    by Vivienne Bradshaw-Black

  11. Basic Goodness - Returning to What Is

    by Richard Morrissey

    For those looking for freedom from physical and mental anguish, life more often than not is experienced as a battle to relieve anxiety and achieve better ends. It is an ongoing sea...

  12. Behold the Divine Beauty in Thyself

    by Rajgopal Nidamboor

    Most people who are familiar with the sublime practice of transcendental meditation (TM) technique – which is akin to the inner relaxation of the mind, or silent wakefulness – know ...

  13. Being in the Zone is Divine Frenzy

    by Rajgopal Nidamboor

    We often think through two channels - creative and analytical - albeit some of us are endowed with the incredulous talent of “suspended” thinking. The creative element of our though...

  14. Birthing - 2012

    by Joan Angarano

    All things are birthed, from a new product to a new life. Even a new thought goes through a birthing process. And each birth requires the stages of conception/fertilization, gestati...

  15. Bridging The Gap Between The Law Of Attraction and Inspired Action

    by Jayc G Ryder

    If you really want to bridge the gap between The Law of Attraction and Inspired Acton - then it is time for you to focus your life in one area only - focus your thoughts, your expe...

  16. Buddhism for Everyday Life

    by Kelsang Chönden

    Buddhism is all about being happy and it works well. Everybody, everyday has the wish to be happy and free from suffering. However, very few people fulfil this fundamental wish. Ma...

  17. Chakra Perspectives: Chakra 101

    by David Malin

    In this, his regular column on Chakras, the author draws from his 31 years experience of working with the body’s energy centres to offer some basics on such energy systems.

  18. Characteristics of Wisdom

    by Michael Levy

    Science has yet to define the meaning of wisdom in scientific terminology. I guess they require some type of clever or mathematical proof wisdom exists? Perhaps clever humans may no...

  19. Childhood Imaginary Friends

    by Kylie Holmes

    This article looks into the world of make believe. According to the author imagination can be a child's best friend or worst enemy. From imaginary playmates to scary night-time mon...

  20. Cinema Couch Therapy for Emotional Blockages

    by Brian Mills

    …in Cinema Couch, patients are asked to name the film or films that they love and never tire of watching. These films will reveal a paralyzing paradigm that creates an emotional bl...

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