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As life continues to present us with challenges and blessings (sometimes they are one and the same), we benefit from the energy and tools at our fingertips or inside our being. One source of energy lies in our repressed emotions (How To Transform Old Feelings Into A Gift) while a source of guidance comes from our own being (How To Take Your Intuition Home With You) and our spirit (A Day in the Life with Your Spirit Guides).
We bring you a new article from Barry Vissell (an excerpt from Joyce and Barry's new book, To Really Love A Woman), as well as a new article from Alan Cohen. And of course, we have numerous additional articles on a variety of topics for your enjoyment... Scroll down below for the links to all of them...
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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NEW ARTICLES THIS WEEK
Written by Deborah Sandella PhD RN
We frequently speak of our feelings as if we are them. You hear it in our patterns of speech: “I am angry,” as if to say, “I am anger.” However, feelings naturally arise as passing states of awareness and are not part of us. Rather, they give feedback and then expire.
Article continued here: How To Transform Old Feelings Into A Gift
Written by Lisa K.
A question I often hear my students ask is, “How do I stay tuned into my intuition and receive messages from my inner divine guidance?” They do very well in class and in the online sessions but when they go off on their own, life takes over and they feel disconnected.
Article continued here: How To Take Your Intuition Home With You
Written by Debra Landwehr Engle
Approach these conversations exactly the way you would if there were another being sitting next to you, because there is. You have no idea how rich, fulfilling, growthful, and life-changing these conversations will be — and not just for you. Your guides will celebrate this growing relationship right along with you.
Article continued here: A Day in the Life with Your Spirit Guides
Written by Alan Cohen
Do you feel like you are wasting time and energy spinning your wheels with little or no results? Do you wonder why some people just keep winning while others can’t get onto the boards? Would you like to maximize your social, financial, and spiritual returns while minimizing your effort?
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Written by Barry Vissell
To be vulnerable with a woman is to allow yourself to be seen and known in your entirety, not just your powerful, independent, secure, loving and capable self. To be vulnerable is to show her your fear, pain, shame, and need for love.
Article continued here: 4 Ways To Be More Vulnerable With A Woman
Written by John C. Robinson
Savior archetypal figures reflect a common longing for a new Divine Human. Rather than being copycat myths, they represent allegories of humanity’s universal mystical potential for divine incarnation and the restoration of a sacred universe. The Divine Human comes to heal the culture’s abandonment of the realized divine.
Article continued here: Archetypes of the Divine Human and our Hidden Potential
by Alexis Elder, University of Minnesota Duluth
The nature and ethics of “fake news” has become a subject of widespread concern. But, for many of us, the issue is much…
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by Ketan Patel, University of Cambridge
After cigarettes, alcohol is perhaps the most common carcinogen that humans voluntarily expose themselves to. How this…
Article continued here: How Alcohol Damages Stem Cells And Increases Cancer Risk
by Shelley Z. Reuter, Concordia University
Modern citizenship in the West increasingly involves a duty to care for ourselves – to eat healthily, exercise enough…
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Merryn McKinnon and Will J Grant, Australian National University
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by Boston University
New research that combines satellite data with on-the-ground measurements, suggests that as global temperatures rise,…
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by Gerry Everding-Washington University In St. Louis
People who have a sense of purpose in their life tend to make healthier lifestyle choices and report feeling better…
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by Marla Paul-Northwestern University
A 30-minute daily or alternate-day facial exercise program sustained over 20 weeks improved the facial appearance of…
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by Sarah Duffy, Northumbria University, Newcastle
New Year has arrived, or have we arrived at New Year? While both statements convey the same idea, they are viewed from…
Article continued here: How Our Minds Construct The Past, Present And Future
by Saleem Bhatti, University
The belief that unrestricted internet access is vital to modern life is not necessarily a view held by all businesses…
Article continued here: Net Neutrality May Be Dead In The US, But Europe Is Still Strongly Committed
by Robin Bailey, University of Central Lancashire
It’s January, so it’s likely that you have set yourself goals to be more physically active and less stressed in 2018…
Article continued here: Stop Worrying About Not Getting Enough Exercise...
by Michele Gilman, University of Baltimore
Republicans continue to use long-debunked myths about the poor as they defend lower taxes for the rich and deep cuts to…
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Clunies Ross, University of Sydney
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by Gery Karantzas, Deakin University
Characteristics merely reflect gross exaggerations of important evolutionary qualities that we actually want in a…
Article continued here: Why We All Want The Same Things In A Partner
by Jennifer Marie Hurley, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Runoff from melting snow carries road salt into streams and lakes, and causes extraordinarily high salinity.
Article continued here: Can Environmental Pollutants Disrupt Our Circadian Rhythms?
by Deborah Linder, Tufts University
This was the moment I realized that I was treating pet obesity all wrong.
Article continued here: Why Are So Many Of Our Pets Overweight?
Valerie van Mulukom, Coventry University
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by Margo E Barker and Cecile Morris, Sheffield Hallam University
Milk had a rather bad press in the 1970s and 1980s. In the UK, for example, there has been a marked decline in milk…
Article continued here: What Type Of Milk Is Best?
by Thomas Curran, University of Bath and Andrew Hill, York St John University
In our roles as academics, young people knock on our doors almost every day. They are typically ambitious, bright and…
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by Lauren Collister, University of Pittsburgh
When it comes to texting, the period, full stop, point – whatever you call it – has been getting a lot of attention…
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by Marco A. Palma, Texas A&M University
Many of us have decided that things will be different in 2018. We’ll eat better, get more exercise, save more money or…
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by Jeremy David Engels, Pennsylvania State University
It’s a new year, which means that it’s also time to imagine new beginnings and better futures. It’s time, in short, for…
Article continued here: Rethinking Gratitude This New Year
by Kenneth Cusi, University of Florida
Gyms across the country will be packed in the new year with people sticking, however briefly, to their New Year’s…
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by Arnoldo Valle-Levinson and Andrea Dutton, University of Florida
Many scientists have found evidence that climate change is amplifying the impacts of hurricanes. For example, several…
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Written by Pam Younghans
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 this week's journal here
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.
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