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Scanning Energy Field or Auras

AURA OR ENERGY FIELD SCANNING is simply an extension of working with energy sensing. It is a fairly simple technique to learn as well as one of the most versatile and useful of intuitive skills.

Spiritual Horoscope for January 2015

Truth vs Illusion

In life, there is always this misconception of truth and a refusal to believe that you can see the illusion. That may sound confusing at first, but the truth is, that the truth is harder to find in your life because you must seek it out...

Beach of Life

Published: 06/18/2014 by Matthew Douglas / Rainbow Walker in Inspiration

Take a walk with us down the beach of life. As your feet make imprints in the sand and you continue to walk forward, as you look back you will see that those are just moments and experiences in time.

We worry and we stress. And then we eat! How do we break this vicious cycle? Women have so many duties and responsibilities in their home lives as well as at work. It doesn't begin with exercise. It begins with just doing. Let's make it simple!

Offensive Living vs. Defensive Living

Are you learning out of love or are you reacting to life’s situations out of fear?

Living In The Now

Published: 05/01/2014 by Matthew Douglas in Inspiration

Living In The Now

Living in the Now
What you do today is more important that what you did yesterday and what you will do tomorrow.

Want success in your life? Surprisingly, being prepared to be a "fool" may be a necessary ingredient. Here are several examples of how failing and being foolish has helped people achieve their goals.

Gardening is more than just a great way to grow your food. Find out how this simple act can improve your health and help you change the world!

In the Blink of an Eye, Life Changes

Published: 02/26/2014 by Rev. Janet Reynolds in Transformation

Sometimes your life can change in the blink of an eye, and if you didn’t see what was coming, it can rattle your cage for quite a while afterward. “Drastic” is the word I often use to describe what happened when I was 32 and divorced with two sons.