InnerSelf Newsletter: January 31, 2021

InnerSelf Newsletter: January 31, 2021


Narrated by Marie T. Russell. This "inner-podcast" is an audio of the whole newsletter... the introduction, as well as the audio of the six featured articles. The play-time is a bit over an hour. 

Welcome... Our InnerSelf welcomes your inner self.

While the beginning of the year is behind us, each day brings us a new opportunity to start again, or to continue along our "new" journey. Every action, and every thought, leads us to the next thought and the next event in our life. Each breath brings us a new chance to change direction, or readjust our focus.

So this week, we bring you articles to support you on your continuation of the "new chapter" of your story, chapter 2021, that began on January 1st.

We begin our featured articles with Alan Cohen who asks us: "Who Will You Be This Year?" He invites us to reflect, not so much on what we will do or where we will be, but more on who we will be. 

Sarah Varcas continues our introspective journey in "We Are What Lies Beneath: Mercury Retrograde and the I AM". She encourages us to ask the "big question, Who Am I?" Sarah uses the backdrop of astrology, and the current Mercury Retrograde, to showcase the energies that are supporting us, at this time, in our self-discovery.

Will Wilkinson takes us on a meditative and empowering journey in "Advancing the Human Experiment: G.O.D. Activation". He proposes replacing the loaded term "God" with an acronym for Gratitude Over Desire. The article is also accompanied with a guided meditation to activate our G.O.D. awareness. 

As we all know, and probably have experienced, we encounter challenges -- and even roadblocks -- on our life's journey. The good news is that we have within us the very tools and ability to dissolve those situations. Jacques Martel introduces us to how "We Can Heal the Conflicted Feelings, Emotions, and Thoughts at the Root of Illness". This process doesn't require any expensive medication, equipment, or even surgery. The only "surgery" is the one we perform ourselves by discovering the root of our ailments and diseases, and the words and thoughts we can use to neutralize the problem.

Now of course, there are times (probably more than we like) where we just don't seem to know what path to take, which direction to go, what is our next step. Alan Seale brings us a very simple process in "What Wants to Happen?: The 5 Questions of "The Deep Simple".

We conclude our weekly journey with a very practical tool to benefit not only our own selves, but also our loved ones. Wayne B. Titus, III introduces us to "The Best Resolution for 2021: Create a Financial Scrapbook for Your Loved Ones".

As the year continues, we will be able to fine-tune our direction and our attitudes, so that we discover new insights and new possibilities. After all, the show must go on, but since we direct our own show, we can change the script as we go along as we discover the loving truth behind "Who Am I?" And we come to realize that the path, which we thought was comprised of many paths, was always just one path -- the path of unity and oneness. 

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, health-full, and loving week.


Marie T. Russell
editor/publisher,
InnerSelf.com
"New Attitudes...New Possibilities"

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Who Will You Be This Year?

Written by Alan Cohen (includes audio and video version)

Who Will You Be This Year?
As we set out on the great adventure called 2021, many of us have lots of questions about what the year will bring. Yet behind all of these questions is one that will more fundamentally determine our experience: “Who will I be in the year to come?”


We Are What Lies Beneath: Mercury Retrograde and the I AM

Written by Sarah Varcas (includes audio and video version)

We Are What Lies Beneath: Mercury Retrograde and the I AM
This Mercury Retrograde pulls no punches and takes no prisoners. Nor would we want to be held captive, for its promise is freedom from the chains secured by our own deceptions. This is about the everyday twists and turns we perform to avoid coming face to face with who we truly are.


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Advancing the Human Experiment: G.O.D. Activation

Written by Will Wilkinson (includes audio and video version)

Advancing the Human Experiment: G.O.D. Activation
“God” is a loaded word. Can we use it without stirring controversy? I’ve turned it into an acronym: G.O.D. This seems to help.


Can We Heal the Conflicted Feelings, Emotions, and Thoughts at the Root of Illness?

Written by Jacques Martel (includes audio and video version)

How We Can Heal the Conflicted Feelings, Emotions, and Thoughts at the Root of Illness
Health has always been a matter of great concern to me. In fact, from an early age I began to experience health problems, without having any exact notion of what had caused them. I said to myself: “Either it’s ‘in my head’, or else there must be some reason for what’s happening”. I decided to go with the second choice...


What Wants to Happen?: The 5 Questions of "The Deep Simple"

Written by Alan Seale (includes audio and video version)

The 5 Questions of The Deep Simple: What Wants to Happen?
To the intuitive mind, complexity is not a mystery, nor is it overwhelming. It’s just a different reality that requires a different set of skills and capacities—the skills and capacities that come from Whole-Mind Thinking and Whole-Being Awareness.


The Best Resolution for 2021: Create a Financial Scrapbook for Your Loved Ones

Written by Wayne B. Titus, III (includes audio and video version)

The Best Resolution for 2021: Create a Financial Scrapbook for Your Loved Ones
Whether it's COVID-19 or a car accident, we all run the risk of having to rely on someone else to manage our households or access our important estate documents. This year, resolve to be prepared ­­— by creating a financial "scrapbook" for your loved ones.


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