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Anteater Dream Symbol|
Lori Phillips, BellaOnline's Dreams Editor
Did an anteater lumber through your dream last night, sucking up ants? In dream language, this is a positive dream symbol.
Finding Strength in God|
Sunnie Jackson, BellaOnline's Bible Basics Editor
Do you know how to go through tough times? This article will give you some fundamentals to assist you.
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Meditation Is a Towline to the Divine
We can use the towline of meditation to pull ourselves back to the permanent part of ourselves.
What is an empath?
Recently, I decided to do a little research into the what and how of an empath. I learned some amazing and interesting bits of information.
What Are the Wiccan Ritual Tools
Wicca founder Gerald Gardner borrowed the ritual tool tradition from ceremonial magic. As you learn about the ritual tools of Wicca, you can make informed decisions about whether each tool fits into your spiritual practice.
E D I T O R R E C O M M E N D E D |
Buddha´s Daughters: Teachings from Women Who are Shaping Buddhism in the West is a collection of teachings compiled and edited by Andrea Miller, a writer and editor at the popular Buddhist magazine Shambhala Sun. It includes beautiful teachings from some of the most prominent women teachers in the West, including Lama Tsultrim Allione, Sharon Salzberg, Tara Brach, Pema Chodron, and more.
Fall in Love With Your Feminine Power
This 8-week DailyOm online course incorporates meditation, energy healing, and women´s energetics work to help you heal, empower and awaken your connection to your feminine energy body. It includes print materials, video, and guided audio meditation. No prior meditation or energy work experience necessary. Embrace your full power, health, joy, and spirit!
Paradise in Plain Sight
Paradise in Plain Sight: Lessons from a Zen Garden by Zen Priest Karen Maezen Miller, is both memoir and Zen guide. Maezen Miller shares experiences repairing and tending a historical Japanese garden in her own backyard, guiding the reader towards direct insight. It is beautifully written, honest, and relevant to the modern seeker of any faith.