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Practical Spirituality Is Pure Love
The most practical way to act is that which uses our time and energy optimally. And caring love, the choice for love in action does this most easily and gracefully.
Conquering Codependency, Stress and Anger
Contents include 82 topics for kids, teens, and adults to understand and deal with codependency, stress and anger, written from a spiritual point of view with many meditations. Paperback or ebook options.
Meditation Is a Towline to the Divine
We can use the towline of meditation to pull ourselves back to the permanent part of ourselves.
Easter Sunrise Prayer and Meditation
Hearts reflecting glory, looking to the morning sun, reminding us the Lord of all is risen - loving everyone.
One Line Hints for Happiness
Deep meditation is the portal to discovering and uncovering obstacles standing between your limited ego, and the happiness of your radiant nature.
Caring and Loving Express Our Divinity
Seeing that everything is an aspect of ourselves, our thoughts, and their subsequent actions, we naturally begin to care about the good of all.
Repeating Until We Learn
To learn more about humanity's process, which begins within and manifests in action, we can study and analyze the events down through the ages. What we personally do not learn through this process, we repeat, till we grow beyond that which mankind as a whole has experienced.
Valentine's Day Prayer & Friendship Meditation
The celebration of love on Valentine's Day shows itself in friendship.
Peace Is First an Attitude
Peace is of our own substance. We find it deep within when we are quiet and still in meditation. This stillness benefits us first and then seeps into others' lives by our example and state of being.
Children Can Meditate
If your children are old enough to stay still in a meditation pose, let them sit with you for a minute. Read them a short uplifting story at the beginning of your co-meditation and ask them to close their eyes and think about the story, while you are both quiet.
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