InnerSelf Newsletter: November 15, 2020

InnerSelf Newsletter: November 15, 2020
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Welcome... Our InnerSelf welcomes your inner self.

This week, we reflect on the question: "where do we go from here?" Just as with any rite of passage, whether graduation, marriage, birth of a child, a pivotal election, or the loss (or finding) of a job, anytime a new adventure begins, or ends, we are faced with choices as to "where do we go from here?" In this new issue of InnerSelf, we bring you articles to assist you in finding your way in the newness and the oldness of what is going on around us. 

We start with "Reclaiming Your Life: In Times of Trial, Our Intuition Is Most Important" written by Kim Chestney. This article is an excerpt from her recently released book (November 3, 2020) entitled: Radical Intuition. We then continue with "Supporting Your Peaceful Home: Consciously Cultivating Connection" written by Hunter Clarke-Fields. While Heather's book, Raising Good Humans, is about mindful parenting, its information applies to humans of all ages, and can be applied to our relationship, not only with our children, but with the human adults in our life. 

Of course, one arena where people have been asking "where do we do from here" deals with the US election and the future to come, not just for the US, but for the world. The article, "America: Hitching Our Wagon to the World and to the Stars" written by Marie T Russell and Robert Jennings, offers some avenues that we can take, always with the vision of creating a better world for all. 

If things have gotten too intense in your life, and even if they're not, Jude Bijou offers us "Two Paths and Five Ways to Increase Joy". And if the stress and challenges of current-day life have got you feeling low in energy, Christopher Vasey, ND, offers "3 Reasons That Could Be The Cause Of Your Low Energy—and How To Fix It".

We conclude our featured articles this week with a reflection and meditation on "What is Beauty? Beauty is in the Heart of the Beholder" written by Sarah Mane. She reminds us that beauty is everywhere, if we "would just open our eyes" and our hearts.

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. And of course, this week'sAstrological Journal, with Pam Younghans. 

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
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Reclaiming Your Life: In Times of Trial, Our Intuition Is Most Important

Written by Kim Chestney

Reclaiming Your Life: In Times of Trial, Our Intuition Is Most Important
What about those times in our life when, no matter how hard we try, we can’t seem to get in sync with ourselves? The dark nights of the soul — we all have them. None of us lives a life perfectly aligned with our intuition.


Supporting Your Peaceful Home: Consciously Cultivating Connection

Written by Hunter Clarke-Fields MSAE

Supporting Your Peaceful Home: Consciously Cultivating Connection
Mindful parenting is not about a technique to create an outcome but about building a loving relationship for life. Children want to please us when they’re treated with love, compassion, respect—and when their own stress levels aren’t too high.


America: Hitching Our Wagon to the World and to the Stars

Written by Marie T Russell and Robert Jennings, InnerSelf.com

Hitching Our World To The Stars?
Well, the US presidential election is now behind us and it's time to take stock. We must find common ground between young and old, Democrat and Republican, Liberal and Conservative to truly make America great again...


Two Paths and Five Ways to Increase Joy

Written by Jude Bijou

Two Paths and Five Ways to Increase Joy
Whether you describe the way you feel as jubilant, happy, elated, ecstatic, or euphoric, the underlying emotion is JOY. Joy is an emotion. It's so lovely to feel this emotion and to tell the truth, it's been a while since I've...


3 Reasons That Could Be The Cause Of Your Low Energy—and How To Fix It

Written by Christopher Vasey, N.D.

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When we feel lethargic, we naturally seek to address the situation. Unfortunately we are not always aware of the true causes for this fatigue. We think maybe it’s caused by low blood sugar so we eat sugar, but the lack of...


What is Beauty? Beauty is in the Heart of the Beholder

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One day at a retreat - I was quite young at the time - I was in a group, and we were asked to fall deeply still and find a restful place within. Then, when we opened our eyes, we saw a projected image of a beautiful peach-coloured rose...


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Why Lockdowns Don't Necessarily Infringe On Freedom

by Annelien de Dijn

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Why Cities Need To Embrace The Darkness Of The Night Sky
Why Cities Need To Embrace The Darkness Of The Night Sky

by Nick Dunn

As the coronavirus pandemic has moved around the world, cities have gone into lockdown and people have been encouraged…


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by Natasha Mikles

As many Indian Americans celebrate the election of the first Black and South Asian woman, Kamala Harris, to the White…


How Coronavirus Might Have Changed TV Viewing Habits For Good
How Coronavirus Might Have Changed TV Viewing Habits For Good

by Catherine Johnson and Lauren Dempsey

As new social restrictions are imposed to combat the spread of COVID-19, it will be no surprise if people once again…


The Matrix Is Already Here: How Social Media Promised To Connect Us, But Left Us Isolated, Scared and Tribal
The Matrix Is Already Here: How Social Media Promised To Connect Us, But Left Us Isolated, Scared and Tribal

by Arash Javanbakht

While the algorithms and my brain kept me scrolling on the endless feeds, I was reminded of what digital marketers like…


Negative Interest Rates Could Be Coming. What Would This Mean For Borrowers and Savers?
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by Harry Scheule

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by Michael Tlusty

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Why Some Workers Are Opting To Live In Their Vans

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A growing number of people are redefining what “home” looks like. For many of them, it looks like a van.


Why Food Variety Is Important For Your Health
Why Food Variety Is Important For Your Health

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How The Stuff In Magic Mushrooms Could Treat Major Depression

by Vanessa McMains

Two doses of the psychedelic substance psilocybin, given with supportive psychotherapy, produced rapid and large…


Why Republicans and Others Concerned About The Economy Have Reason To Celebrate Biden In The White House
Why Republicans and Others Concerned About The Economy Have Reason To Celebrate Biden In The White House

by William Chittenden

On day one, a newly inaugurated President Joe Biden will have to address a devastated economy – much like he and former…


Why Trust Is Vital To Public Health Strategy
Why Trust Is Vital To Public Health Strategy

by Simon Nicholas Williams

Trust is a crucial component of effective public health policy. It is also a two-way street. People need to trust the…


Traditional Skills Help People On The Tourism-Deprived Pacific Islands Survive The Pandemic
Traditional Skills Help People On The Tourism-Deprived Pacific Islands Survive The Pandemic

by Regina Scheyvens and Apisalome Movono

Tourism in the South Pacific has been hit hard by COVID-19 border closures with thousands of people out of work.



Astrological Journal for the Week

Written by Pam Younghans

Astrological Journal for the Week

Pam YounghansThis 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. 


OLDIES & GOODIES:

Towards An Aware, Healing, Loving, Compassionate Humanity
Towards An Aware, Healing, Loving, Compassionate Humanity

by Wayne Teasdale

The elements of awareness encompass conscious knowing, the ability to read hearts, to be a healing, loving…


Are You Holding Back from Expressing Your True Self?
Are You Holding Yourself Back From Expressing Your True Self?

by Marie T. Russell

We have repressed a lot of our emotions, whether they are considered 'good' or 'bad' ones. Sometimes we hold back on…


Abandoning Worry Opens A World Of Possibilities
Don't Worry, Be Happy: Abandoning Worry Opens A World Of Possibilities

by Richard Carlson, Ph.D.

People have an innate capacity for happiness. When we are happy, we are more competent, productive, and creative.…


The Sacred in the Ordinary: Finding Opportunities To Do Good in Your Job
Seeking and Seizing Opportunities To Do Good: Learning to Find the Sacred in the Ordinary

by Ric Giardina

It is no accident that you are working in your present organization or that you are working with and for the people you…


The Law of Least Effort is the Fourth Spiritual Law of Success
The Law of Least Effort is the 4th Spiritual Law of Success

by Deepak Chopra

Least effort is expended when your actions are motivated by love, because nature is held together by the energy of…


Getting in Touch With, and Becoming Friends With, Fear
Getting in Touch With, and Becoming Friends With, Fear

by Marie T. Russell

Some of our fears are so slight, or come up so rarely, that we ignore them for the most part. Yet, all our fears are…


Repairing the World Is Up to You and Me
If It's Broken, Fix It: Repairing the World Is Up to You and Me

by Lawrence Kushner

In the sixteen-century, people suffered from hunger, disease, hatred, and war. "How could God allow such terrible…


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