Healing Your Own Energy

Your energy is what determines the quality of your existence. Your life changes with the level of your awareness. Spirituality is really a quest for an awareness of the sublimest energy of the Universal Spirit.


When your personal energy flows in sync with the Source of all energy, you enjoy happiness and fulfillment.

However, whenever there is any form of interference with your energetic attunement with the Source, unfortunate things start to happen. Then you need to heal your energy field.

It matters little if the interference is caused by your own bad thoughts or bad vibes coming from other people – the techniques given below rapidly restores you to a state of empowerment.

We can become more empowered by realizing that we are powerful beings with consciousness, free will, and the ability to choose how we use our loving attention in every moment.

When we realize we are not victims, but instead, captains able to steer our own ships, we can no longer hide in the shadows of our journey, but need to stand front and center of our lives and make the choices that need to be made.

Energetic self-healing is done through purposely using your attention to direct the movement of your energy…

Now for the 3 Ways To Heal Your Own Energy (full article)

How To Ask For A Miracle

There is always a formMiracle_imageula behind anything that works – including miracles!

After you read the story below, you may agree with me that, consciously or inadvertently,
the miracle resulted from using three simple spiritual laws.

1 – The law of Vision

“Where there is no vision, the people perish: but he that keepeth the law, happy is he.” – Proverbs 29:18

Without this first step of having a clear vision of the result you desire, you are clearly not ready for any miracle.
Therefore, you may start by asking the Divine Mind to enlighten you on what to ask for.

2 – The law of Asking

“Ask, and it shall be given you; seek, and ye. shall find; knock, and it shall be opened unto you: For every one that asketh receiveth; and he that seeketh. findeth; and to him that knocketh it shall be opened.” – Matthew 7:7,8

The key here is to ask wholeheartedly, sincerely. Ask like you mean it. You cannot ask for a miracle half-heartedly and get it.

3 – The law of Believing (or, the law of Faith)

“Therefore I say unto you, What things soever ye desire, when ye pray, believe that ye receive them, and ye shall have them.”  – Mark 11:24

“Now faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen.  For by it the elders obtained a good report…”  –  Hebrews 11:1,2

Faith is the catalyst that transforms your clear vision, expressed through your expectant asking, to your inexplicable miracle.  The ways of God are simple.

Now read “How to Ask for a Miracle” and see if you agree with my analysis. Thanks

As we mature in life we will come across many surprises regarding our health. I didn’t find out that I had lung and heart disease until my early 70’s. However, I would have never found out about the critical state of my heart, had I not had an unrelated illness that sent me to the hospital.

Last February 2017, I came down with a severe infection that put me in the hospital for three consecutive days, including a full month of misery at home. I was suffering from severe chills and muscle pains throughout my body. The cause was undetermined after many lab exams, x-rays, and a full cat scan taken of the body…(Full Article)


7,000 Hours Of Meditation – Ph.D in Happiness

Would you like to get a Ph.D in happiness? Well, regular meditation is the tested route to such a superlative attainment.

It is now commonly accepted that mind is the sole reality. Thought is life. Therefore, through the mastery of thought you advance in the mastery of life. Meditation aims at mastering thought, hence its relevance to self mastery.

The inner transformations that result from regular meditation include the expansion of awareness, the development of desirable virtues and faculties and an abiding peace, to name just a few of the benefits mentioned in this article.

meditation_imageMeditation brings benefits in four levels: (1) physical, (2) mental, (3) emotional/psychological, (4) spiritual.

In this article, I will focus on the mental and emotional benefits. Since I started the practice very young (14 years old), and with sound health, the physical benefits are mostly invisible for me, and are all on the prevention side, so nothing dramatic here.

I need to emphasize that what I share here is my experience, according to the techniques I’ve chosen to practice. It is of course also influenced by all the relentless reading, contemplation, retreats, pranayama, and spiritual practices I’ve done over the past 17 years.

Read the full article: How 7,000 hours of meditation changed my life


What’s Urgent Vs What’s Important – Choose

By focusing on what seems urgent at the expense of what is important you may “win the battle but lose the war” in the business of life.

“Strategy without tactics is the slowest route to victory. Tactics without strategy is the noise before defeat”, wrote the ancient Chinese General Sun Tzu in “The Art of War”.

urgent_imageThink of a pinball machine as a metaphor for all the urgent things that demand our attention throughout the day. And while we may not feel like we’re playing a game, per se, when accomplishing such tasks, we might feel attracted to (or even seduced by) the rapid pace and focus that’s required to get them done.

Add a small endorphin rush as we check off the next item on our to-do list, and it’s easy to see how the urgent can feel gratifying, even addictive at times. The challenge is that some of the urgencies might also be important, but the allure of the game gives everything equal weight. As a result, we can end up spending time and energy on the less important…

What you will learn from “Stop Focusing on What’s Urgent and Prioritize What’s Important” will help upgrade your approach in your quest for excellence and self improvement. You can become one of those high achievers who never really appear to be busy.

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4 Easy Habits to Strengthen Your Love

Habits and rituals are an integral part of any person’s spiritual life. Therefore, cultivating the right habits can enhance your growth in spirituality and personal influence.

True spirituality ought to simplify and intelove_imagensify your experience of life, while improving your relationship with the world around you.

Some simple habits that would automatically improve the spiritual vibrations within and around you, and especially in your relationship with that special someone, are revealed in 4 Easy Habits to Strengthen Your Love

S.T.O.P: four acts that can help you build a home filled with love, gratitude, and kindness.

These four simple habits can change the way you love and help you build a home filled with peace, gratitude, and kindness…

Relationships are all about loving kindness. We do for each other not because we need to even out the score but because we desire to create an environment of goodness…

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Self-Improvement Using Role Models

“Assume a virtue if you have it not” was the method of self-improvement suggested in Shakespeare’s “Hamlet”.

“Change the self-image and you change the personality and the behavior” was the approach of the eminent Dr. Maxwell Maltz, in his remarkable book “Psycho-Cybernetics”.

However, you can also use role models to achieve personal growth and self-improvement as is explained in The Power of Pretending You’re Someone Else: Stepping Outside of a Limited Self-Image.

We all have role models whether we are aware of it or not. It’s a fundamental way our brains work and how they learself-improvement_image n to adapt (and conform) to our environment and social circle.

By taking an active approach to finding new role models to learn from and be inspired by, we give ourselves more power and control to change in the ways we most want to see change

Pretending you are someone else can be a very powerful way to tap into new aspects of yourself. By looking at a situation through a completely new perspective you can discover mental resources you already had inside yourself that weren’t previously available to you.

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Your Rituals Before A Performance Makes All The Difference…

You can actually use carefully chosen pre-performance rituals to bring out your very best in any performance situation, thereby impacting lives and making a difference.Ritual_image

This is not superstition or any old wife’s tale, but solid science. Elite athletes, celebrities and other top performers use rituals in this way.

You too can learn to use this vital knowledge to empower yourself in your quest for self-improvement.

Read the full interview of Daniel McGinn, author of “Psyched Up – How the Science of Mental Preparation Can Help You Succeed”.

Find out how you can manipulate your environment to reduce anxiety, use mental visualizations to increase your confidence, and choose songs that get you in “the zone.”

Guarantee Your Success Through Personal Accountability

If you would be successful it is vital that you assume responsibility for the outcome of your life. Yet, it is only by instituting a system of personal accountability that you show that you really mean to achieve your dreams.

Accountability_imageWithout assuming responsibility, you can easily play the “blame game”, give excuses or cry that you have been a victim of unfavorable circumstances. None of these will bring you success.

On the other hand, through personal accountability you boost your self-esteem, stimulate your creativity and acquire the “can do” attitude that wins success.

Someone has defined success as “going from failure to failure with undiminished enthusiasm.” This article shows you How to Increase Your Personal Accountability to Get More Done

How reliable are you?

Can you count on yourself to do what you intend to do?

Can you make baby steps toward the achievement you want?

Can you come up with an efficient decision to keep you track toward your goals?

Without accountability, you will keep failing toward your chief aim.

Accountability is what makes you credible on the things you utter. It makes people feel they can rely on you to do what you say you’ll do. It is how you build trust toward others.

It is what makes you a disciplined warrior.

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Master Your Ego and Reach Your Full Potential

You can never be the best that you can be until you first see yourself as you truly are. However, your ego is apt to get in tEgo_imagehe way of this crucial, sometimes painful, self-observation.

As the influential spiritual teacher, Gurdjieff said, “Self-observation brings man to the realization of the necessity of self-change. And in observing himself a man notices that self-observation itself brings about certain changes in his inner processes. He begins to understand that self-observation is an instrument of self-change, a means of awakening.”

This is where exercises such as the one suggested in How to Master Your Ego and Reach Your Full Potential come in useful…

History is littered with leaders who were driven by ego to gain power—and who ultimately landed in ruin.

“History is also made by individuals who fought their egos at every turn, who eschewed the spotlight, and who put their higher goals above their desire for recognition,” reminds Ryan Holiday in his book, “Ego is the Enemy.”

Make no mistake. Your ego is one of your greatest mental enemies in life.

It stops you from recognizing when you’re wrong.

It stops you from apologizing…

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Freedom Comes As We Let Go Of Having To Tell Our Story

Spiritually, you have only two choices in life – you can either choose to be a victim, at the mercy of random forces or you can choose to be a warrior, fighting to master your awareness and through thFreedom-History_imageat, your existence.

Yet, spiritual freedom comes at a price. In the words of the Chinese sage Lao Tzu, “When I let go of what I am, I become what I might be.” At the heart of letting go of what you are is letting go of having to tell your story.

“They – who ever they are – say that everyone has a story. And I feel sure that everyone does have a story. But my question is this “Is our story telling healing or is it keeping us stuck in the past?” I do know and I accept that telling our story can be very healing. However, how many times do we have to regurgitate the same story, even if the content is different, before it becomes a hindrance? Does repeating our story discharge the emotions or does it keep them alive and charged, leaving us and others feeling exhausted each time. When is enough, enough?”

Read the full article: Freedom Comes As We Let Go Of Having To Tell Our Story