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Welcome... Our InnerSelf welcomes your inner self.
This week we look at important questions. Not "Who Am I" but more in the area of "Who Am I Being" and "What Am I Doing"? These are the important questions: Who we are being in the moment, what actions are we taking or not taking, how we are expressing ourselves in the world, how we are treating ourselves and others.
We reflect on Healing through Spontaneous Writing; Making Yoga Practice into a Meditation of Insight; Culture, Communication and Body Language; Intelligence Without Humility; 6 Ways to Live an Inspired Life; and I share with you a new article I wrote, Cup Half Full? Change Your Cup!
We also have more than 50 "Additional Articles" on a variety of topics from pets, to climate, plants, the elderly, exercise, the economy, the Colorado River, truth-telling, and much more. (Scroll down below the Editor's Choice articles for the list of "Additional Articles" of the week.)
Wishing you enjoyable insightful reading, and of course a wonder-full, joy-full, and loving week.
Marie T. Russell
"New Attitudes...New Possibilities"
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EDITOR'S CHOICE ARTICLES
Written by Liz Crocker, Polly Bennell and Holly Book.
Spontaneous writing, a discipline of writing about traumatic events that is done quickly, without forethought or self-censorship, can bring up traumatic events from the past and trigger a healing journey. This approach has proven helpful especially for children of alcoholics...
Read article here: 6 Tips to Healing through Spontaneous Writing
Written by Elliott Goldberg.
Dedicated to the precise and dynamic performance of often challenging asanas, the hatha yoga developed by B. K. S. Iyengar seemed particularly ill-suited for being made into a spiritual practice, let alone into the eightfold path of liberation...
Read article here: Making Yoga Practice into a Meditation of Insight
Written by Gregory Hartley and Maryann Karinch.
All animals have a culture and a language associated with that culture. Whether the language contains words or some other vocalization, all of these cultures will include body language. For example, horses are limited in vocabulary to a series of soft snickerings...
Read article here: Culture: The Big External Influence in Communication and Body Language
Written by Liz Greene and Juliet Sharman-Burke.
This Greek tale is concerned with one of the great mysteries of the family: Where do our gifts and talents come from? It suggests that the misuse of inherited gifts can end in disaster, and that it is up to us to use our talents to serve rather than control life.
Read article here: The Children Of The Wind: Intelligence Without Humility
Written by Rabbi Daniel Cohen.
Many people today are frustrated and disheartened by the divide that seems to have arisen in this country and across the globe. This discord affects everything from family relationships to the workplace, leaving people frustrated and fearful that it’s going to get worse and there’s nothing they can do about it.
Read article here: 6 Ways to Live an Inspired Life
Written by Marie T. Russell, InnerSelf.
I saw a cartoon the other day that posed the well-known question about whether the cup is half full or half empty. And the punch line was that if you think your cup is half empty, get a different another cup. This made me reflect...
Read article here: Cup Half Full? Change Your Cup!
This weekly column (updated every Sunday afternoon) is based on planetary influences, and offers perspectives and insights to assist you in making the best use of current energies... Read more
It is also highly beneficial to reread the past week's astrological journal as it gives a hindsight view of the events that took place and may provide many "ah-ha" insights.
We add articles to the website daily. Rather than wait for the newsletter, you can visit each section according to your interests throughout the week. Each section listed below is designed as its own "mini-website".
The "Living in Harmony" section includes articles on Health & Well-Being, Home & Garden, Pets, Leisure & Creativity, Finance & Careers, and Science and Technology.
The "Personal Development" area covers Attitude Adjustments (which includes Fear, Anger, Gratitude, Forgiveness), Relationships & Parenting, Spirituality & Mindfulness (including Meditation), Intuition & Awareness (including astrology), and Happiness & Success.
"Social & Political" covers topics that affect us personally yet deal with a more "societal" or "political" sphere. This area covers Environment & Climate, Democracy, Justice, Inequality, Economy, and more. These topics are very relevant for our communal journey on Planet Earth.
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