By Susanne Wilson, The Carefree Medium
Dream visits are a wonderful way to say, “I’m here, I’m doing great, and I love you!” And according to my friends in the dead community, it is possible for any of us to establish optimum circumstances that provide them with the energy boost they will need to come through to us while we sleep.
By Dr. Walter Semkiw
Dr. Ian Stevenson, MD, who died in 2007, served as Chairman of the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Virginia, School of Medicine. Starting in 1961, for more than forty years, Dr. Stevenson investigated children who spontaneously remembered past lives that could be factually validated.
By Breanne Cunningham
Will it ever stop hurting? My feet, pustule and cracked, were screaming. My troubled mind, worn tired from long days under the sun, wanted to give up. Will it ever stop hurting? I frequently asked this to myself as I hiked the timeworn path of the Camino de Santiago, a 500-mile trail stretching from the French Pyrenees to the interior of northern Spain.
By Taylor Stone
Spontaneous healing occurs when you align the emotional, physical, spiritual and mental areas of your body and start looking at yourself as an energy field.
By Robert Schwartz
What do spiritual awakening, miscarriage, abortion, caregiving, pet ownership, abusive relationships, sexual orientation, adoption, poverty, suicide, and mental illness have in common? The answer is that all of them can be part of a life plan created by our souls before we are born.
By Avi Duckor-Jones
Two years ago I packed up my comfortable life in New York and moved to the remote coast of Cape Three Points in western Ghana. I stayed for eight months, directing Trinity Yard School, a Vermont based NGO aimed at educating the youth of Cape Three Points and surrounding rural villages, where access to education is severely limited.
By Natalie Miles
When we’re searching for love it can feel like an uphill battle. We’re looking for that deep connection. The spark, the attraction, the passion. The irony is we’re living in a time where to truly connect with people is more difficult than it’s ever been, a problem infinitely compounded when entering the world of “online dating.”
By Susanne Wilson
If death is the final frontier, R. Craig Hogan, PhD, is one of the odyssey’s leading pioneers. Hogan is the author of Your Eternal Self, which presents the scientific evidence that the mind is not confined to the brain, the afterlife is a reality, people’s minds are linked, and the mind affects the physical world.
By Spirit Guides Radio
Tarot and oracle decks are part of our daily ritual to connect to Spirit and empower our intuition. It is through divination that we are able to quiet the mind, empower the soul, and listen intently to our intuition.
By Spirit Medium Laura
Your Dharma, or spiritual purpose, is probably one of the most important components of your spiritual journey. And finding your purpose goes well beyond merely feeling good about yourself; it just could be the magical elixir of youth.
By Cassie Childers Ryle
When you think of ‘channeling,’ it may bring up images of an end-of-the-world psychopath wearing a wizard gown in Roswell, or an old frizzy-haired Puerto Rican woman babbling in her hole-in-the-wall Hell’s Kitchen storefront circa 1989. Travel to the village of San Marcos, Guatemala, though, and you might be surprised at what you find.
By Andy Scott
I suppose I just have a knack for it,” said Barbara as she sat in her living room festooned in multi-coloured blankets and an embroidered black shawl befitting her station. Barbara is what’s known as a ‘Curandera’ in southern Spain and people have been coming to her for 63 years with their children, pets, and even plants for her to cure the ‘Mal de Ojo’ or ‘Evil Eye’.
By Ashli Autio
The history of beer is the history of man’s fascination with beer. An alchemical marvel, for ancient humans it was a craft steeped in mysticism and rooted in the old gods.
By Robert Schwartz
The process of placing our spiritual energy within a body, and in doing so forgetting that we are vast, majestic, divine beings made literally from the energy of unconditional love, is akin to being struck on the head by a heavy tree branch and rendered unconscious, only to awaken with no memory whatsoever.
By Ivory LaNoue
Sarah Akala entered my office in a swirl of long gleaming dark curls and layers of softly swaying feminine fabric. My first impression was of a young, modern woman. Then I had a psychic vision of her as a gypsy in another lifetime. I put that on the back burner and focused on Sarah, here and now.
By Candace L. Talmadge
When author and shaman David Kowalewski isn’t helping souls on the other side, look for him outdoors. Retired after a 30-year career as a university professor, he’s perfecting his skills in tracking. He tracks wolves and edible and medicinal wild plants.
By Lydia Carey
Lake Chapala has, for centuries, been a meeting place. In the middle of central Mexico, the largest body of water en route to the ocean from the center of the country, it has seen centuries of people, animals, and goods pass through its shores.
By Arizona Bell
Have you ever felt more alive than when bringing something to life, in whatever form? Have you ever felt happier than when admiring one of your own creations—whether a child, a painting, or a gourmet meal? I sure as hell haven’t! Whatever your particular kind of fancy, it feels intrinsically damn good to give genesis to something.
By Tess Bercan
Beethoven said that “music is the mediator between the life of the senses and the life of the spirit.” Anyone who has fallen under the lyrical spell of musical collective Nahko and Medicine for the People knows how true this is.
By Tess Bercan
Combining spirituality and activism may seem contradictory—and understandably so. While spirituality most often leads a person down a journey inward towards self-realization and peace, activism is often viewed as a dynamic role that pushes outward against any perceived obstacles at hand.
By Jennifer Maerz
Jessica Lanyadoo can feel your pain. Literally. If you’re sitting with her at a dinner party, silently nursing a migraine, she’ll turn around and ask, “All right. Who here has the headache?” Or her knee will throb because she has inexplicably absorbed a stranger’s injury as her own.
By Hannah Chenoweth
Guatemala in 2012, right at the height of the Mayan calendar predictions, was a place brimming with an eclectic mix of magic. The Guatemalans didn’t believe the world was ending, but rather that it was the age of enlightenment from dark to light.
By Rose Vanden Eynden
Could there be a more magical story, or a more extraordinary place, than this otherworldly Avalon? If there is, I’ve not yet found it, and it remains the brightest gem in my mind, even though the name Avalon has been usurped by modern companies selling everything from furniture to cars to prescription drugs.
By Susanne Wilson
Brian Weiss. Wayne Dyer. Deepak Chopra. Anita Morjani. Eben Alexander. Gary Schwartz. We all know these are big names—and Mark Pitstick, MA, DC, is associated with every one of them.
By Coral Scarlett Newberry
I’m at a coffee shop. Today has been hard. My husband and I have been fighting. It’s always the same old stuff. And just as it seems to be sorted out, the problem appears again like an angry Jesus rising from the tomb to remind us that He is eternal and ever present.
By Stephanie Powers
A year after visiting Cassadaga, and many moments of truth later, my next thyroid revelation occurred. My husband and I were planning a trip to Colorado to do some exploring, of the land and the soul both.
By Hannah Chenoweth
A crowded Irish pub in the early ‘90s: Suzanne Connolly zeroes in on a young man with a tiny gold barrel around his neck. “I can tell you the history of that necklace,” she says, abetted with a bit of liquid courage.
By Arizona Bell
In time, they say, in time. They say this as I’m sobbing and the clock is going around and around and I’m certain I won’t stop until it does. For the first time ever, I wish it would.
By Jocelyn Edelstein
We, humans, seek form for the formless. We are synthesizers of moments and meaning, inclined toward expression and hardwired for communion within community. We are creatures—social, complex, curious.
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