We haven’t been getting much American news here in the UK, so I haven’t been commenting much on current issues. But apparently one Todd Aikin, Representative from Missouri said something outrageous and stupid about rape that, in turn, inflamed the debate on abortion, so I thought it might be appropriate to say something here about . . .
The more technology shrinks and connects our world, the more we are confronted with challenges that we have to deal with, almost on a daily basis. As I watch it all unfold, I will be inspired from time to time, to focus attention on and share with you how my Radical Living Strategies can help all of us meet our challenges with greater ease and compassion. My hope is that these offerings give you the insight you need to create the peaceful, fulfilling life you desire.
As we saw in last week’s article, our bodies give us clues all the time about the issues we are carrying and who might be resonating them. For example, it is worth noting whether you are having problems on the right or left side of the body. The left side is the receptive, nurturing . . .
Your body is not only continually giving you messages about what’s going on with you physically, but emotionally and spiritually as well. Where in your physical body you have pain, discomfort or disease can be a message about who you need to forgive and for what.
Chakras are energy centers within the etheric body. The . . .
Rule #1. Leave a significant amount of time between leaving one relationship and even thinking about creating another.
It takes a lot more time than you think to . . .
My heart goes out to the families and survivors of the Colorado massacre. Their grief and anger will surely be made all the worse for that killing spree seeming utterly senseless and without any apparent motive. Death for a cause, even if it is an unworthy one, is almost bearable, but coming to terms with . . .
Every relationship, no matter how good or bad it seems, is a soul-to-soul transaction, the purpose of which is to facilitate healing, learning and growth for each other. (It has nothing to do with “living happily ever after.”) Therefore, as soon as we come into relationship, no matter whether the relationship lasts two minutes . . .
Games are supposed to be fun, right? Video game designers know a thing or two about how kids like to have fun. Many years ago they figured out that killing people with heavy duty weaponry is what kids love to do, hour after hour, year after year on screen.
I guess if you watch enough . . .
Couples break up for many reasons and in these days of serial marriages a very high proportion of marriage fail. My goal in this piece is to help you to see the process of breaking up as another opportunity to expand in Love. This seems completely counter-intuitive, of course, because we are used to . . .
We usually associate prenuptials with rich people needing to make some agreement over how their wealth would be split up in the event they divorce. Though I do think people ought to be very open with each other going into the relationship regarding money, and should discuss in detail how it will be shared and . . .
This week I’m taking a break between themes to allow you, my dear American friends, to celebrate and express gratitude for the freedoms won from us, the British. Believe me, there’s no regrets about that over here in the UK. The British forgave you for that a long time ago. In fact, most people here . . .