Posts Tagged ‘energy’
A Summer Solstice Meditation on Change and Light ll By Rev. Mary Coday Edwards, MA.
Summer Solstice, the longest day of the year in the Northern Hemisphere, falls on June 20 this year. It’s the day where the sun seems to “stand still” at that point on the horizon where it appears to rise and set, and then it appears to reverse its course over what it just traversed. It’s…Read More
Why Meditate? ll By Faye Maguire, MA, LACC
Over the years, and especially in recent months, I have been encouraging my clients to try meditation, and have suggested it as a major change agent in their lives. As meditation has grown in popularity over the years, and as more information about it as a practice has been written about, many people have given…Read More
Believing in Believing ll By David Hoefer, NLC
A politician claims widespread fraud with no evidence to support his claim, yet many believe him. How can this be? From birth we are bombarded with dogma: Merriam Webster defines dogma as “a point of view put forth as authoritative without adequate grounds.” We are conditioned early on, for better or worse, to believe. Believing…Read More
What is People House Spirituality? Steps to Transformation in 2021 ll By Rev. Mary Coday Edwards, MA.
It’s paying attention and growing in consciousness. It’s watching your energy—consciousness and energy cannot be separated. Energy manifests itself in your body in the form of physical sensations, usually because of an emotional response—joy, fear, shame, anxiety—to an inner or outer experience. It’s discovering, remembering your own truth. Until you make the unconscious conscious, it…Read More
A House of Magic ll By Megan Anderson
Having moved recently, my partner and I are currently residing in the limbo of a mediocre Airbnb (the knives in this house couldn’t cut cellophane). While we wait to find something more permanent, I’ve begun to think a lot about the way we tend the energy of our homes. I would wager the vast majority…Read More
Being Lost is Becoming a Lost Art ll By Stephanie Boulton
We are scared of the unknown… Of not knowing what to do. Our society avoids the bad feelings, and in turn we spend a whole lot of time and energy trying to escape what it is to be human. I am so tired of seeing directives wherever I go. “Be kind”, “Live, Laugh, Love”, “Seize…Read More
See Behind: Training in Compassion ll By Rev. Mary Coday Edwards, MA.
It’s been a tough year for those committed to living compassionately. People refuse to wear masks, thus endangering the lives of our more vulnerable from Covid. Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos added $13 billion to his net worth in a single day, while his company paid just a little over 1% in taxes in 2019, despite…Read More
Crystals for Calm and Clarity ll By Megan Anderson
I think we’ve probably all seen it by now, from It Girls to Instagram – crystals are having a moment. While it may seem like a recent trend, there is something beautiful, magical and mysterious that’s drawn humans to rocks and minerals throughout history. It’s no coincidence that the Hope Diamond is one of the…Read More