It's easy to get caught up in buying presents during the holiday season. Regardless of the shopping plans you have for this year, don't forget about these three gifts, which can bring greater happiness than any material object and don't cost a penny.
Since childhood, curiosity about personal transformation and spirituality has always been at the core of who I am/my existence. Transformation, emotional resilience, the supernatural, and the effect of individual choice on the human collective fascinate me. I believe that so much of who we are, our innate skillsets, and even the longings and interests that we have were determined before we got to earth. In that regard, I know that so much of my connection to this work is—and always has been—above me. When you add in being an only child raised by a single mother in lower-middle-class environments, who for some years was a latchkey kid, you can begin to see how natural it was for me to begin to dissect and investigate the world and myself.
Today, September 21, the world celebrates the International Day of Peace—a day declared by the United Nations in 1981, asking humanity to commit to peace. On this day, we press pause on our disagreements, set down our weapons, and join together as one human race.
With generations of consistent movement of people all around the globe and the ever-increasing globalization of society comes the transference of goods, foods, traditions, languages, music, and people. Cultures morph, combust, and combine. Almost every ritual, practice, and beloved tradition you have ever (or never) heard of comes from another. There is a sweetness and connection that comes from, say, lighting a candle in honor of your ancestors just as they did for theirs many generations ago, even if you don’t do it exactly the same way as they did. We can appreciate and honor the intention behind original traditions, while still making them our own for modern contexts.
Es hora de hacer añicos las ideas de autocrítica y empezar a aceptar, respetar y celebrar a quien se ve hoy en el espejo. Así es como puedes convertirte en la mejor versión de ti mismo.
Los buscadores espirituales muchas veces están intrigados sobre por qué sus almas eligen encarnar en la tierra en este momento. Pueden buscar sus habilidades y talentos únicos que están aquí para compartir. Todos nosotros podemos vivir en nuestro propósito por cómo elegimos simplemente ser. Su propósito es mucho más que lo que hacen y crean. Aquí hay siete maneras en las que podemos entrar en su propósito más allá de lo que "hacen".