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We are not powerless! No matter what anyone has told us or what the "powers that be" may try to get us to believe, we are powerful beyond measure, as Marianne Williamson wrote many years ago.. We are the creators of our own life. This week we look at how to create our desired reality. We start with Eileen Campbell encouraging us to "Create A New Story for Yourself: Become The Hero of Your Own Life ". We follow that up with "The Greatest Piece of Art You Will Ever Make Is Your Own Life".
One of the keys to making positive change happen is "Choosing to Love Unconditionally: The World Needs Unconditional Love" however, the love must be for ourselves as well as for all of humanity... whether they are two feet away from us, or 500 or 5,000 miles.
Sarah Varcas shares the power of the full moon and of our thoughts in "Sudden Twists of Fate? The Full Moon Magic Is Us" and I, Marie T. Russell, share my thoughts on "Why Marianne Williamson's Candidacy for President Is Important" and suggest one thing you can do to empower the change needed in the world -- and in this case, more specifically, the USA.
Lauren Walker shows us how to "Tap Into Your Own Magic: Where You Look Is Where You Go" and we take a look at a goal for all of us in "A Life Worth Living... Without Regrets". We complete the featured articles for this week with Ervin Laszlo who introduces us to an empowering new medicine in "Information Medicine Is The New Paradigm in Health and Healing"
In Pam Younghan's weekly astrological column she states "our current timeline requires that we move beyond restrictive, fear-based perspectives that close us down, that prevent us from living more trusting, heart-centered lives." She also speaks of "the need to release the fears and controls that come from a limited perspective of ourselves and our capacities... Each of us may clearly see what shifts need to occur in the outer world, and we can all do our part in supporting the changes that will help humanity move into a more open-hearted, creative, and inspired future."
This week, I implore you to become the hero in the story you are living. Have bold thoughts, take action, be brave, and hold within your heart the vision of the future you wish to create. We must be firm in our resolve and live from our convictions and our inner truth -- and hold the vision in our heart and transmute it to our actions.
Please scroll down for the featured articles in this new issue of InnerSelf, and also the recap of all the articles that were added to the website during 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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Written by Eileen Campbell
Feeling ourselves a victim is never a good choice to make when confronted with difficult circumstances. Self-pity, complaining, and pessimism do not serve us well, but take us in a downward spiral increasing our unhappiness and making the situation worse. It’s far better to choose to be hopeful that we can get through this...
Written by Imelda Almqvist
Often the spirits only whisper and we confuse their voices with the wind, but if we do not pay attention, they may well unleash a hurricane in our lives. They certainly did with me and with many of my students because we were slow responding – but we lived to tell the tale and it was a tale of rebirth and miracles.
Written by Eileen Caddy MBE and David Earl Platts, PhD.
Unconditional love is loving people freely, fully and openly, with no expectations, demands or restrictions. It gives total acceptance and respect and does not criticize or judge. Unconditional love is constant and is not turned on and off as in conditional love.
Written by Sarah Varcas
This moon reminds us we don’t have to believe a single thought or subscribe to any belief unless we choose to. And we must choose with great care, for what occupies our mind also shapes our life. If we can simply sit in silent witness of all our mental meanderings at this moon, we can create the space around our thoughts which allows us to just be: watching them without believing them. Assessing their value before committing to them.
Written by Marie T. Russell, InnerSelf
How do you know something exists if you never hear about it? How do you know about the truth, which is often "the other side of the coin", if it is never exposed to the light? Perhaps those two questions answer the implied question in the title: Why Marianne Williamson's Candidacy for President Is Important.
Written by Lauren Walker
At the end of the day we’re all looking for magic. This includes the ability to affect change, sometimes miraculous change, in our lives at will. Energy wants to move and flow, and once you start to listen to it and tune in, it will take you on amazing journeys.
Written by Lisette Schuitemaker
The American software consultant I interviewed told me about an exercise he did ages ago that has stayed with him his whole life. The participants in the workshop he was in were asked to write their own eulogy, then deliver it to the class, speaking about how they wanted to be remembered.
Written by Ervin Laszlo and Pier Mario Biava, MD.
Things and events in the universe are not haphazard and chaotic: they are formed—“in-formed”—by universal attractors. The recognition that the manifest world, and thus the living organism, is “in-formed,” suggests a new definition of bodily health and disease.
by Self Sufficient Me
In this video, I give you my 5 top tips on how to grow a ton of passionfruit all from just one passion fruit!
by Yoga With Adriene
Please join me for this 28 minute at home yoga practice designed to help you feel good and bring you back into a…
by Jenny Davis Barnett
The unicorn is an enduring image in contemporary society: a symbol of cuteness, magic, and children’s birthday parties.
by Michelle Fu
“I’m bored” is a statement many parents dread hearing during the summer holidays.
by Leah Ruppanner
Multitasking has traditionally been perceived as a woman’s domain. A woman, particularly one with children, will…
by Simon Cropper, et al
Almost every person throughout the existence of humankind has looked up at the night sky and seen more than just a…
by Adrian Cameron, et al
Half-price chips, “two for one” chocolates, “buy one get one free” soft drinks: Australian supermarkets make it very…
by Michael Ridding
As we get older we have a greater risk of developing impairments in areas of cognitive function – such as memory,…
by Pete Smith
In my day job, I am a scientist at the University of Aberdeen in Scotland studying things such as how agriculture…
by Robert Myers
In a manifesto posted online shortly before he went on to massacre 22 people at an El Paso Walmart, Patrick Crusius…
by Philip Russo and Brett Mitchell
Most people expect hospital treatment to make them better. But for some, a stay in hospital can actually make them…
by Shahab Haghayegh
Do you struggle trying to fall asleep? Do you feel you don’t get enough sleep and you feel sleepy during the day? You…
by Cynthia Curl
“Organic” is more than just a passing fad. Organic food sales totaled a record US$45.2 billion in 2017, making it one…
by R. Kelly Garrett, et al
In July, the website Snopes published a piece fact-checking a story posted on The Babylon Bee, a popular satirical news…
by Kelly Reed
About a quarter of all the greenhouse gas emissions that humans generate each year come from how we feed the world.
by Nancy Fresco
The planet’s far North is burning. This summer, over 600 wildfires have consumed more than 2.4 million acres of forest…
by Mark Clague
One of the most powerful, searing renditions of the national anthem ever recorded, Jimi Hendrix’s iconic Woodstock…
by Garfield Benjamin
Not content with monitoring almost everything you do online, Facebook now wants to read your mind as well.
by Emma Karlsson
There have been plenty of claims about what being left-handed means, and whether it changes the type of person someone…
by Josephine Ross
When we look in the mirror we see “me”: a particular combination of features that matches our idea of who we are.
by Chris E. Forest
In its latest report, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change describes how agriculture, deforestation, and other…
by Ann John and Sophie Wood
There is ongoing debate about whether eating disorders are more common in modern society.
by Franca Nneka Alaribe and Keolebogile Shirley Motaung
There’s been a rise in recent years of biomedical engineering techniques that can restore lost tissue and bone.
by William Tullett
A sunny afternoon in Paris. An intrepid TV presenter is making his way through the streets asking passersby to smell a…
by Adrian R. Camilleri
Ever relied on an online review to make a purchasing decision? How do you know it was actually genuine?
by J.M. Opal
The vicious ideology that allegedly drove a gunman to kill 22 people in El Paso, Texas could be traced back to a tiny…
by David J. Hardisty, et al
Most people want to be sustainable, but have a hard time taking the necessary actions.
by Michael J Porter
Rarely has our environment changed so quickly. On top of climate change, we’re exposing ourselves to air pollutants…
by Jacqueline Anderson
From young adults to people in their 60s, everyday functioning in today’s world can place high demands on our attention…
by Chloe Lucas, et al
Contrary to opinion polls predicting a groundswell of support for Labor’s relatively progressive agenda on climate and…
by Darby Saxbe and Jennifer Hahn-Holbrook
Human breast milk is more than a meal – it’s also a clock, providing time-of-day information to infants.
by Maartje Sevenster, and Brad Ridoutt,
The IPCC special report, Climate Change and Land, released last night, has found a third of the world’s greenhouse gas…
by Hamsa Puthalakath
Sepsis, colloquially known as blood poisoning, occurs as a result of an infection, usually from bacteria.
by Richard Lachman
I study emerging technologies and digital culture. In our field it’s well-established: major studies show no link…
by Katie Bohn
While “freedom songs” were key in giving motivation and comfort to those fighting for equal rights in the Civil Rights…
by Carla Archibald and Nathalie Butt
What do you do if you have a question? You probably Google it.
by Peter Wilson
Forgetting to do or to say things happens to all of us sometimes.
by Johns Hopkins University
A new study links stressful life experiences among middle-aged women—but not men—to greater memory decline in later…
by Caroline Wood
|Is any item more symbolic of our modern, disposable culture than the single-use coffee cup?
by Leigh Ackland
For many of us, eating a meal containing meat is a normal part of daily life. But if we dig deeper, some sobering…
by Elena Merenda
The Lion King is a movie about a young lion cub named Simba, who idolizes his father, King Mufasa, and is eager for his…
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
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