By Amber Schmitz
As I sit here now and type, the realization is that this is my life, right now. It doesn’t begin when this site begins to get lots of traffic and makes money, or when I get married, or have children, or visit Australia, my life is right now. I’m not going to wake up one day and a grand sign will appear that “your life has begun!” Nope, it’s this present moment… and so is yours.
Living in the moment is one of the easiest concepts to grasp, but one of the hardest to get right. It takes tons of hard work, practice and conscious awareness to really live in the present, but it can be done. It should be done, as it is one of the most important skills to have when discovering yourself and true lasting happiness.
So how do we really learn to live in the moment? Continue reading
By Greg Frost
According to Edgar Cayce, sound is the future’s medicine. Most of the ancient cultures used what most people refer to as the magical sound power to heal various ailments. Healing with sound had almost been forgotten and abandoned in the western world until the mid 1930s when some acoustic researchers made a discovery of ultrasound and its benefits in medicine. After this discovery, there was burgeoned in research on healing with sound, and it is nowadays developing because of its effectiveness in dealing with various situations in life.
There is intense research that is going on about the ultrasound healing benefits such as shrinking of tumors and breaking up of kidney stones. The research has also led to the discovery of infrasound and other audible sound techniques, which have been proven to have great healing properties. Continue reading
By Doc Orman M.D.
Much has been said about forgiveness throughout the ages. Despite all the spiritual and self-help advice we receive, however, most people still find it very difficult to forgive.
While we often say the words “I forgive you” or “let’s forget and move on,” still deep within our hearts we are not really letting go of most of the anger and blame we feel against someone who may have seriously wronged us. This can result in ongoing personal suffering that, for some, continues to last throughout their lifetime. Continue reading
By David Vendig
Mindful living is a happy way to live. By practicing Mindfulness, you are able to savor the taste of your food, the laughs of your loved ones, and the peace of staying in the moment. Here are 5 easy tips for you to live a Mindful life full of happiness, joy, & appreciation.
1. Breath. Take long breaths in, and long breaths out. Listen to the sound of your breaths; focus on each and every breath. The present moment makes you feel whole and calm. You begin to be grateful for the moment in time and the more you practice; the easier it gets to stay aware. Continue reading
by Arlene Taveroff, PhD
“Presence is a riverbed permitting water to flow gently downhill. The mind is the team of squabbling engineers trying to divert the water uphill while taking legal action against the law of gravity.”
Marcus Anthony said that in his book “Discovering your Soul Template” and as soon as I read it, I knew I wanted to share it.
Presence is simply paying attention to what is happening NOW: not the past, not the future. Those exist only in the imagination and tend to be interpretive and fictitious, not real. Continue reading