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Is It My Imagination? (How to Trust the Messages You Receive)

is-it-my-imagination-how-to-trust-the-messages-you-receiveThe most common question people ask is if it’s all in their head. This is the ego’s way of distracting you from hearing the messages of your angels and the guidance of your Heavenly Father. Your intuition is your connection with the Divine – it is the channel through which the Universe speaks to you. Unfortunately, as we get older, and become more conditioned by society, we start losing our ability to connect with the Divine.

How to Connect with your Guides?

Just like the moon gets reflected in a clear lake when the waters are still, the Divine is reflected in our minds and our hearts when we are completely calm. You must develop a daily meditation practice in order to quiet the incessant noise of your mind. Also, whenever you get time, be sure to connect with your breath. Develop the habit of inhaling and exhaling deeply. This has an instant calming effect on the mind. As you become calmer, your mind starts becoming like an empty vessel ready to receive and hold the wisdom of the Divine.

Once you start feeling calm and centered, intend to become connected with your Guides. Ask to receive guidance or if you have a question in your mind seek to get it answered. You must trust that the only thing you need in order to connect with your guides is the intention to do so. The moment you set the intention to be connected, you get immediately connected. The ego will compel you to doubt this but you must not listen to the voice of the ego at its schemes and devices are meant to keep you trapped in a web of illusions.
To let God in, you have to let go of the ego.

Listen to Your Heart

Whenever you are in doubt, listen to what your heart says. The knowledge that your heart has is always far superior to anything that your mind can know. Logic can take you so far but intuition can create miracles.

If amidst the clamor of your mind, you can’t distinguish the voice of the mind from the voice of your heart, you need to take a few moments to breathe deeply. As you connect with your breath, ask your heart what it has to say about the situation or the person at hand. Listen to the first answer that comes out because that is often the right answer.

The Pineal Gland

Enlightened masters have known for centuries that the pineal gland is the seat of all wisdom. When the pineal gland is awakened, our intuitive abilities are at their peak. Unfortunately, in our modern times, most people’s pineal glands have become calcified. If you want to stay connected with the Divine and His angels, then you must make an effort to decalcify the pineal gland. This implies not using fluoridated toothpaste or water, avoiding all processed food and other eatables with food color and additives. You must also exercise daily, stay from alcohol and other narcotics. Ideally, you should also adopt the practice of yoga and pranayama.

Most importantly, listen to your heart even when your mind says not to. Never forget that the wisdom of the heart is far superior to the logic of the mind.

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4 Ways to Increase Your Clairvoyant Abilities

Clairvoyance is an innate ability that every man and woman possesses. Derived from the French language with clair meaning clear and voyance meaning vision, it allows the individual to uncover information about another person, place or object using extrasensory perception (ESP). But unless you’ve mastered the art of clairvoyance and understand its principles, you won’t be able to use it for this purpose. So, what steps can you take to increase your clairvoyant abilities?

Believe You Can

You aren’t going to effectively use clairvoyant abilities unless you stay positive and believe that you can. This is among the biggest hurdles that newcomers face, as they are skeptical of whether or not it works. If you have doubts about clairvoyance, your conscience won’t be able to overcome this obstacle, resulting ineffective or obsolete clairvoyant abilities.

Create Visual Images

When trying to a read a person or object using clairvoyance, create visual images in your head. If someone is asking you about their future, for instance, try to picture that person in the future.  What are they doing? Where are they located? Are they confronted with danger? These are all questions that you should attempt to answer when creating visual images using clairvoyance.

Keep a Journal

Why should you keep a journal when experimenting with clairvoyance? Well, you may only see bits and pieces of an image or scene, at which point you’ll have to piece them together like a puzzle. Unless you keep a journal of everything you see and experience, you may forget some of these images. And trying to complete a puzzle without all of the pieces is virtually impossible. So, make a note of all images, people, scenes, sounds, scents, etc. that you see in your clairvoyance visions. You can then attempt to piece the puzzle together, drawing a correlation between the different elements to determine what they all mean.

Open Your ‘Third Eye’

Many clairvoyance rely on their “third eye” to guide their visions. Also known as the inner eye, this is the brow chakra found directly between the eyes. It’s believed to provide energy for spiritual reflection and meditation, making it a critical tool in the practice of clairvoyance and psychic readings. Close your eyes and focus your attention on this area (brow chakra), channeling your energy here. As energy begins to build around the third eye, you’ll experience a sense of enlightenment that bolsters your clairvoyant abilities.

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Personal Growth Tips to Relieve Stress and Anxiety

Do you suffer from regular bouts of stress?

Well, you are not alone!

The truth is that everyone will experience psychological stress at some point in their life. It’s a normal reaction to our body’s flight-or-fight response, which is designed to keep us safe from danger. But stress can take a toll on your body and mind, raising your blood pressure, triggering the release of stress hormones like cortisol, and even placing you at a greater risk of developing heart disease.

How to Lower Your Stress

The good news is that you can lower your stress levels through personal growth and development techniques, one of which is meditation. Some people assume that meditation requires extensive training and practice, but this isn’t the case. Just post up in a quiet, distraction-free environment, and perform deep breathing exercises while maintaining control of your thoughts. The secret to a successful and productive meditation session is to control your thoughts, preventing your mind from wandering off. The easiest way to accomplish this is to focus on a central element, such as a beach, your childhood home, a family member whom you’ve lost, etc.

According to an article published by the Washington Post, meditation eases stress and anxiety by literally changing the way in which your brain works. When comparing the brain scans of people who’ve meditated against people who haven’t meditated, there was some striking differences between the two. It’s unclear how exactly meditation is able to change the brain, but the general consensus among medical professionals is that it works. There are of course other ways to reduce and manage the stress in your life.

Your perspective on life will also play a role in your stress levels. If you focus on the negative aspects of your life, you’ll experience higher levels of stress and anxiety and may find that stress can cause physical challenges. It’s just that simple. So, try to retrain your brain to focus on the positive, uplifting elements of your life. When you wake up in the morning, shift your thoughts to something positive, telling yourself why you are a good person and how you will accomplish great things. By doing this day after day, your brain will become hardwired to stay positive.

Of course, you should also reevaluate your diet, basing your meals around fresh foods instead of processed snacks. We live in a society that’s stuck in the mindset of choosing convenience over nutrition, with many people eating fast food and other highly processed foods on a daily basis. There’s nothing wrong with an occasional favorite food that might not be top of the health food list, but it shouldn’t be the main source of your nutrition. Too much processed food will only bog down your body and mind, increasing stress levels.

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What is a Chakra? [Get the Facts]

When researching spiritual growth and development, you may come across something known as a chakra. Cultures throughout the world recognize chakras, using them for spiritual and religious purposes. But what exactly is a chakra? This is one of the many questions that we’re going to answer today.

Chakras: the Basics

A chakra is believed to be a metaphysical energy point within the body.  According to Indian religion, they serve as meeting points of energy channels known as nadi. Our bodies have an active life force flowing through them at all times. The pathways through which this life/energy force flows is nadi, whereas the connecting points are chakras.

Chakras are often used in conjunction with massage therapy, acupuncture, acupressure, and other forms of traditional medicine to treat and/or prevent illness. If you are feeling sad, depressed or experiencing emotional anxiety, for instance, targeting the solar plexus chakra may offer relief. Typically recognized as being directly above the stomach, the solar plexus chakra has been proven effective in treating emotional disorders.

Where Chakras are Located

If you asked ten different practitioners where the chakras are located, you would probably get ten different answers. That’s because every school has its own belief system regarding the use of chakras. Subsequently, this often leads to confusion regarding which areas to target for the best resolutions. If you are suffering from fatigue, for instance, one school may recommend targeting one chakra, whereas another school recommends targeting a different chakra.

In fact, there is no standard system of the chakras. Every school, sometimes every teacher within each school, has had his own chakra system.”
~ Professor David Gorden White

7 Most Common Chakras

Although there’s no universal system in place for identifying and utilizing chakras, the seven most common and widespread chakras consist of the following:

  • Root chakra
  • Sacral chakra
  • Solar Plexus chakra
  • Heart chakra
  • Throat chakra
  • Third-eye chakra
  • Crown chakra

Why Chakras are Important

Chakras are important because they represent our body’s life/energy force. When this invisible force becomes trapped, the point of conflict must be stimulated to restore it back to its working order. Failure to correct blockages of life force can leave us susceptible to disease and illness, ranging from the common cold virus to more serious and potentially life-threatening illnesses. Chakras represent the points on the body where these blockages occur. Therefore, by identifying these areas you can correct blockages of life force to promote better health and wellness.


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5 Fun Facts About Palmistry

200px-Les_lignes_de_la_main_ArtlibrePalmistry Dates Back Thousands of Years

Think palmistry is a modern practice that was just recently pioneered? Think again. Historians believe palmistry originated thousands of years ago in India. During this time, the Hindu sage Valmiki wrote a book consisting of 567 stanzas titled “The Teachings of Valmiki Maharshi on Male Palmistry.” The practice soon spread to other regions, including China, Tibet, Egypt, Persia, and many European countries.

Palmistry was Suppressed by the Catholic Church

The Middle Ages saw an emergence of the Catholic Church, which gave way to new laws arguably designed to keep the church in power. What’s the best way to keep yourself in power? Instill fear in anything that may question your authority, of course. Among these new laws was the prohibition of palmistry (known as chiromancy then).

The Catholic Church still views palmistry as a pagan superstition, classifying it as one of the seven forbidden arts. This fear-based ideology is thankfully becoming outdated, though there are still those too fearful to consider palmistry an “art”. Remember, even psychology was once considered a psychic art. Just because our limited understanding of science can’t explain how something works, does not mean that it doesn’t work.

Cheiro Popularized Modern-Day Palmistry

It’s believed that an Irish palm reader named William John Warner (also known as Cheiro) popularized modern-day palmistry. Cheiro practiced the art in India, at which point he moved to London where he opened a palm reading shop. He read the palms of numerous famous celebrities, some of which include Mark Twain, Oscar Wilde, Grocer Cleveland, the Prince of Wales, William Ewart Gladstone, and Joseph Chamberlain. Mark Twain even wrote in one of his books that Cheiro had “…exposed my character to me with humiliating accuracy“.

Earth, Wind, Fire and Water

While different palmists have their own technique, most palm reading is done by classifying the client’s hand into one of the four elements: Earth, Wind, Fire or Water. Earth hands, for instance, are characterized by broad palms with thick fingers and rough skin. The distance from the wrist to the bottom of fingers is equal to the length of the fingers. Fire hands are characterized by a more boxy-shaped palm with a red or plush color and short fingers.  Air hands are characterized by more of a square and shorter palm with long fingers. Water hands are characterized by having a rectangular and long palm with longer fingers.

The Dominant Hand

Palmistry is typically done by reading the client’s dominant hand. If you write with your right hand, for instance, the palmist will ask to look at your right hand. This is because the dominant hand is believed to represent the conscious mind, while the non-dominant hand represents the subconscious – or even possibly past lives – depending on the expert. Of course, some palmists may ask to read the client’s non-dominant hand in an effort to identify hereditary or family traits that are present.

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5 Ways to Build Your Self-Confidence

Only 4% of women consider view themselves as “beautiful,” according to Dove’s The Real Truth About Beauty: Revisited study. Low self-confidence is serious issue that can greatly affect a person’s quality of life. You may choose to avoid social situations, develop eating disorders, experience trouble falling and/or staying asleep, and more. But the good news is that you can build back your self-confidence by following just a few simple steps.

Start the Day Off With a Positive Mantra

There’s no better way to start your day than by speaking aloud a positive mantra. This can be something as simple as “you are a great person and will accomplish great things in life,” or it can be longer and more complex. The purpose in speaking this mantra is to build your self-confidence on a sub-conscious level. If you say it enough, your brain will instinctively view it as being real.

There’s No Such Thing as Failure

In order to build your self-confidence, you must first change the way in which you think. Instead of viewing your actions as failures, think of them as learning experiences. Even if you don’t accomplish your goal with a specific activity, chances are you still learned something — and that’s what really matters. Author William Golding, for instance, had his now-classic novel Lord of the Flies rejected 20 times before it was finally picked up and published. If he had stopped after the first rejection, English literature would have never been the same.

Take Care of Physical Self

Self-confidence begins with taking care of one’s physical health. Do you exercise on a regular basis? Ar you eating a balanced and nutritious diet? If not, you should be! Some people are stuck in the mindset of picking up fast food meals on a daily basis. Processed foods such as this lack any real nutritional value, which in turn disturbs your body’s natural hormone production cycle. Building your diet around leafy green vegetables, fresh fruit, lean meats, and whole grains will encourage a healthy body and mind.

Focus on Your Accomplishments

Each and every person has accomplished something positive in his or her life. Rather than focusing your attention on these negative aspects of your life, focus on your accomplishments. If you recently received an award for outstanding work or academic excellent, hang it in your office or bedroom where you can see it everyday.

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Relaxation Techniques to Relieve Stress and Anxiety

Do you experience regular bouts of stress? While some people assume stress is harmless, it can negatively affect both your body and mind. According to the website StatisticsBrain, 77% of the general population experiences physical symptoms caused by stress. This may include increased blood pressure, sweating, insomnia, weakened immune system, fatigue, etc. Thankfully, you can relieve stress and anxiety by engaging in one or more of the following relaxation techniques.

Mantra Meditation

Mantra is a Transcendental Meditation technique that involves silently repeating a word or phrase in a quiet, distraction-free environment with your eyes closed. Your “mantra” can literally be anything, ranging from your own name to a motivational phrase like “just breathe.” Of course, it’s recommended that you choose a positive mantra for optimal results, as negatively focused mantras could have the opposite effect by increasing stress levels. Mantra meditation is believed to allow the individual’s attention to transition to a quieter style of functioning. Click here for some ancient mantra’s.

Guided Meditation

What in the world is guided meditation and how can it help to relieve stress and anxiety? Guided meditation is exactly what it sounds like: meditation that’s performed under the guidance and/or instructions of another individual. Many people want to meditate but don’t know how. Guided meditation allows newcomers to experience a true, genuine meditation practice under the expertise of an instructor.

Keep in mind, however, that you can still perform guided meditation at home. There are guided meditation DVDs, MP3s, smartphone apps and more.

On our site we share various meditations with you every month, some of which are guided. A couple links are listed below, as well as another at the end of this post.

Observe Your Mind

The next time you feel stressed, try becoming the observer of your own mind. To do this, close your eyes and place your attention towards the area between your eyebrows (known as the Third Eye). Rather than feeling your anxiety, sit back and observe it. Doing so will allow you to develop a greater understanding of the true cause of your stress, at which point you make changes in your life to eliminate it.

Relax Your Muscles

As we mentioned earlier, stress can bring on physical symptoms, such as muscle tension for instance. When you are stressed, your body will instinctively tense up. To relieve this physical tension, close your eyes and relax each and every muscle, starting from the top of your head and working your way to the bottom of your feet. As your muscles begin to revert back to their normal, relaxed state, you’ll feel a sense of calmness flowing through your body. See the meditation video below.

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