Christ Consciousness is our Universal Destiny!

The human mind has spiritual currents running through its thought streams. These streams contain vital information from Spirit that is highly valuable to humans. Spirit is the source of everything TRUE, BEAUTIFUL, and GOOD and conveys these ideals through the human mind that intersect with a person’s beliefs, helping the individual ascend into the higher information that uplifts and improves the quality of life. In human life, spiritual growth is achieved by aligning with these spiritual … [Read more...]

The Context !

  Any image which we register, either as a sensation or as an impulse through other than what we regard as our senses, is subject to perception, processing of, by and for the consciousness (also by other than the consciousness). One mode of perception involves identification: an object-like "what" is registered as a fit, a make. We respond with an orientation that could be expressed by the words, "Oh, I know "what" that is. "What" is the fit of … [Read more...]

NEW YEAR WISDOM (from Mom)

NEW YEAR WISDOM (from Mom) "One day a farmer's donkey fell down into a well. The animal cried piteously for hours as the farmer tried to figure out what to do. Finally, he decided the animal was old, and the well needed to be covered up anyway; it just wasn't worth it to retrieve the donkey. He invited all his neighbors to come over and help him. They all grabbed a shovel and began to shovel dirt into the well. At first, the donkey realized what was happening and cried horribly. Then, to … [Read more...]

How to Love That Woman in the Mirror

Illustration: ILoveDust How to Love That Woman in the Mirror The amount of misery we suffer just from the heft of our thighs, not to mention the misbehavior of our skin, just might—if you could quantify it—inspire a global initiative. The topic has certainly intrigued Nancy Etcoff, PhD, author of Survival of the Prettiest: The Science of Beauty, and a Harvard Medical School psychologist whose research concentrates on appearance and happiness. Three years ago she founded the Program in … [Read more...]

How to Talk to Pre-Teens About Having a Healthy Body Image

How to Talk to Pre-Teens About Having a Healthy Body Image During the preteen years, your child’s body is growing and changing in ways that can make her feel uncomfortable in her own skin. Puberty can leave kids a bit heavier than they were before and can wreak havoc with their already-delicate self-esteem until their body image is skewed to an unhealthy point. Talking to your preteen about anything can be a bit difficult, as she is learning to navigate the world of adult social interactions … [Read more...]

INSPIRATIONAL WINDOW – Is the Truth Out There ?

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Rising Above Failure – WOMEN in RECOVERY

Rising Above Failure How to Turn Adversity Into Advantage After earning her doctorate in sociology and teaching for nearly seven years at a university, Francis (a pseudonym) came up for tenure review by her school's faculty committee. Her department head recommended tenure. Francis' students gave her excellent ratings for her commitment and skill at teaching. In addition, she had published two books and several professional articles. Nevertheless, the tenure committee deemed her … [Read more...]

Life of ‘meaning’ or ‘happiness’, that is the question?

The Great Divide: "How do the 'happy life' and the 'meaningful life' differ? Nearly a quarter of Americans do not have a strong sense of what makes their lives meaningful." GOOD REMINDER, SPIRITUALLY Shirlee Hall says: "Picture yourself as two beings, one the king/queen and the other the servant. When one of them expresses a wish, it is royalty who wishes. And the part that says, 'I cannot,' is the servant. If the servant has his way, then royalty is in the place of the servant. And … [Read more...]

LESSONS FROM THE BUTTERFLY

LESSONS FROM THE BUTTERFLY Outward appearances are deceiving, so don't be too quick to judge. Take caterpillars, for instance. Some caterpillars are a thing of beauty, but most of them aren't much to look at. They crawl around like colored worms, they eat leaves for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, and they have the personality of a sea slug. How many people have invited you over to look at their caterpillar collection? Few to none, I'll bet. When God passed out good looks, he … [Read more...]

2013, will Triskaidekaphobia affect your Success?

(MoneyWatch) Next year is going to be a long one if you suffer from triskaidekaphobia, fear of the number 13. To lessen the anxiety, consider these 13 money tips for 2013. 1. Track your expenses. Almost every financial plan starts with this most dreaded task. Unfortunately, without understanding where your money goes, it's nearly impossible to make different choices about how to spend. The good news is that there are plenty of software programs to help you out, or you can use a plain old … [Read more...]

INSPIRATIONAL WINDOW – Perception

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Make the Holiday Season More Enjoyable, Marcia Hall

When most parents hear the word “Holidays”, “Christmas” or “Hanukkah” there is a feeling of joy and excitement mixed with a bit of anxiety and possibly even panic. Everything around, from store fronts to advertisements, says that this time of year is supposed to be fun, peaceful and all about family, but rarely do parents feel that way. It is possible, however, to make it to the end of the season with some joy and peace left intact. Limit Commitments – Yes, there are some things … [Read more...]

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