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Using Vibration to Support Your Spiritual Growth
Everything in the world is alive with energy and vibration, moving through us and around us every day. Many aspects of our modern world keep us disconnected from this natural flow of energy. We move through our days distracted, busy, and full of noise. Yet, when we give ourselves a moment to pause and simply be, we can feel the pulsing of energy coursing through us, permeating our individual being and all that surrounds us.

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Yoga

Asana Flow Inspired by Water to Bring On Transformation

We live in a world that is largely created using straight lines, boxes, and sharp angles. We see it in the steel frame of a new building being built, in the grid structure of big city streets, even on our highways, outlined in colors and dashed lines. It’s no wonder we crave routine in our daily lives, the world we live in guides us towards structure at every turn. When we get caught up in structure and hard lines it’s easy to forget the natural ebb and flow that we embody.

Daniel Sannito (they/them)
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Personal Growth

Growth: Tracing Your Spiritual Journey

Everything grows in one way or another. Growth is the development or change we see in the physical universe around us. While growth is happening constantly, spring is when we usually notice it more in nature. The growth that had been resting and dormant during winter, suddenly bursts forth, as if it’s trying to make up for lost time. Some things grow and regenerate quickly like the plants which flower and seed, ready to return the next year. Others, like trees, grow more slowly, often taking many years to reach their maturity.

Roger Gabriel
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Mind-Body Health

3 Components In Any Spiritual Experience

What common experiences exist when it comes to spiritual traditions? According to our founder, Deepak Chopra, ™ MD, we can observe three distinct components. The first, transcendence from the ego identity, in which we evolve from the conditioned mind to the whole mind. The second, the spontaneous emergence of platonic truth. The third, the loss of the fear of death. When you are willing to step into the unknown, you embrace uncertainty and cultivate transformation.

Deepak Chopra™, M.D.