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InnerSelf Newsletter: December 30th, 2011

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InnerSelf Newsletter

December 30th, 2011

     Our InnerSelf
        welcomes
           your Inner Self...

    

Welcome to InnerSelf

For this final issue of 2011, we bring you the "Best of InnerSelf". The following were the most popular new articles of 2011.

As a group they give a picture of where InnerSelf readers (and the other inhabitants of Planet Earth) are headed in the transformational process. If you haven't read them, you're in for a treat! If you've read them, you might want to do so again for fresh insights.

Happy Reading and we look forward to sharing more insights and moments of enlightenment with you throughout 2012! We are happy to be sharing the journey of life with you.

Wishing you a wonder-full, joy-full, and loving New Year...

With Love & Gratitude,

Marie T. Russell
editor/publisher, InnerSelf.com 


BEST OF 2011:


#1

Believing in Einstein, Darwin, and God

Believing in Einstein, Darwin, and God

by Bernard Haisch.

Can a Smart Person Believe in God? is the provocative title of a book by Michael Guillen, theoretical physicist and former science correspondent for ABC News (he has a Ph. D. in three disciplines, physics, mathematics and astronomy, from Cornell). His answer is yes, and...  Read more


#2

Fear: The Core of Your Problems

Fear: The Core of Your Problems by Jonathan Parker

by Jonathan Parker.

The idea that we create our own reality — that is, the concept of the mirror universe — often seems to ring true, but it also raises some troubling questions. Sometimes it’s easy to see this principle at work in our lives, but other times, especially when things aren’t going very well, it can be hard to understand how...   Read more 


#3

Article: Gratitude for the Day by Donald Altman.

Gratitude for the Day

by Donald Altman.

Gratitude is not a magic trick, yet it can make a half-empty glass appear half full. It can transform difficult moments because it has a way of making the littlest things more significant and meaningful.   Read more


#4

Inner Voice to the Rescue by Shari Rathman

Inner Voice to the Rescue

by Shari Rathman.

Once upon a time there was this young person who had such great hopes for an exciting life filled with adventures and love. Then one day she heard a voice inside her. It was as if someone was whispering to her a message that no one else could hear.   Read more


#5

11.11.11: A Timely Global Event by Stewart Pearce11.11.11: A Timely Global Event

by Stewart Pearce.

A massive AWAKENING is occurring. Millions of people all over the world are gathering together in peaceful but vehement protest... The timely event of 11.11.11 illuminates the conviction of this global tendency. When major global paradigms shift from a belief in separation to an inner knowing of...   Read more


#6

Be Ye Changed by the Renewal of Your Minds

Article by Imre Vallyon: Be Ye Changed by the Renewal of Your Mindsby Imre Vallyon.

What is in your mind is what you are going to experience. If your mind has negative waves in it, such as anger, fear, hatred or depression, then that is what you experience. If your mind is happy, joyous, peaceful and united, then that is what you experience. Heaven, hell or limbo are always a condition of your mind.   Read more


#7

How to Cure Excessive Thinking

How to Cure Oneself of Excessive Thinkingby Ian Gawler & Paul Bedson.

Excessive thinking is rarely creative thinking. More commonly it is driven by craving (or desire) and aversion (or fear), and is often aggressive or defensive in nature. Excessive thinking loves to “attack” problems and anything or anyone that...   Read more


#8

Nine Keys to a Healthier, Happier You

Mark Allenby Mark Allen & Brant Secunda.

Are you stressed-out, overweight, overworked, uninspired, or plagued by negative emotions? Don't worry — anyone can achieve greater health and happiness by trying out some new behaviors and attitudes, and working at it step-by-step. Here are nine proven ways to get there.   Read more


#9

Earth's Magnetic & Physical Shift

Earth's Magnetic & Physical Shift by Hunt Henionby Hunt Henion.

The magnetic field around the Earth feeds the magnetic fields around our brains and within each individual brain cell. Our memory and synaptic functions are dependent on this magnetic field remaining strong. When the field drops, things don’t work right.   Read more



and of course, Pam weekly overview is a constant popular read...

Pam YounghansAstrological Journal for the Week
by Pam Younghans.

This weekly column (updated every Sunday) is based on planetary influences, and offers perspectives and insights to assist you in making the best use of current energies...  Read more


...and to cap off the year, here's our wish list for 2012:

What InnerSelf Desires for ChristmasWhat InnerSelf Desires for the New Year

In the tradition of making a list for Santa, InnerSelf made a list of what it desires for Christmas (and the New Year). We have written our list, and yes, we've been good! Very good! Happily, our list includes a lot of things that don't cost a thing. Here's how you can participate...  Read more

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A Weekend To Bend The Course Of History

In September, heads of state are going to New York City for a historic summit on climate change. With our future on the line, we will take a weekend and use it to bend the course of history. In New York City there will be an unprecedented climate mobilisation – in size, beauty, and impact.

To Do That
We Need To Act – Together

Can't make it to NYC?
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