Some connections never die. “Important encounters are planned by the souls long before the bodies see each other.” — Paulo Coelho The idea of having lived before can be difficult to wrap your head around. As humans, we’re so ingrained in the here and now; caught up in our current life drama. That’s completely normal. It’s easy to … Continue reading Have You Encountered Someone from A Past Life?
#3 Oxytocin, the love hormone. by Gerthy Bingoly The human body is a machine made to feel, an apparatus of excitement and pain, a box of emotions. Those feel good and feel bad moments are at the center of your everyday activities. The difference between waking up with a smile and jumping out of bed with … Continue reading How The Four Happy Hormones Can Help Replenish Your Vitality
By Julia Hubbel Before you throw your laptop at my head, read this first: The best way to be different is to consistently do the things other people refuse to do.The best way to live the life you dream is to stop obsessing about what other people think.The best way to succeed is to out think, out hustle, … Continue reading How to Absolutely, Positively Get Life Right
by Catherine Evans I’m just starting to find them again Towards the end of 2019, my words stopped. I had no words to express myself, my thoughts and feelings, about what was happening in Australia — bushfires, destruction, loss. I still don’t have words to express that, or for the global pandemic that happened next. … Continue reading My Words Dried Up
Who and how do you want to be in the world now? You’ve felt the universal lull lately. The void. In past months, you’ve succumbed to a sense of nothingness. Captured in a loop of indecisiveness. Loneliness or abandonment. It is as if we’ve all been suspended in vain, waiting for the slightest sign… a shift…. an omen. Waiting to … Continue reading New Year Energy Revolution
Other than what John Lennon said.... There’s no doubt about it, love is A-M-A-Z-I-N-G. But have you ever stopped to consider why you feel the way you do? Alright, so your one-and-only is the most incredibly sexy and creatively talented person you have ever encountered. He’s got you feeling like Zepplin’s Whole Lotta Love most days, and the … Continue reading 16 Facts About Love That Might Surprise You
A Poem by Harley Christensen Constant chatter… Pummels my mind. A barrage of opinions…innuendos…wild conjectures… Everywhere I turn…screaming for attention. Warning: Possible Information Overload Too much to process… Nowhere to escape. Can’t…think…straight… Warning: Fatal Error Has Occurred — Must Shut Down Entering recovery mode… Silence greets me… Precious, beautiful silence. Stop the madness… Embrace the quiet. Originally … Continue reading Please — Stop the Madness!
The introverted woman is a species all her own. Two attractive women walk into a crowded bar. Their dark glossy hair contrasts against their pale lips, and the color of their eyes almost identical. You would be forgiven for mistaking them for sisters. The assumption could have been true bar for the fact that they … Continue reading The Perks of Falling in Love with an Introverted Woman
Say what you mean. I don’t know about you, but saying what I mean usually manifests between either delivering my opinion straight from the hip and dead-center with the people in my life, or an awkward bunch of words skimming around the point in an attempt to avoid hurting feelings. Yes, I have a tendency leaning toward the … Continue reading The Things You Should Think Twice About Telling Your Lover
Besides not taking our need for alone time personally The death of someone close to you can be such a redefining moment in life. Particularly for those who define themselves in terms of their relationships, as was the case for my mother. She was a wife to her husband for over thirty years and prescribed herself … Continue reading The One Thing You Need to Know About Every Introvert