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This Month’s Recommended Merlian News Articles:
People ask me all the time how they can grow more spiritually. I have learned over the years that becoming a pure channel for spiritual growth comes down to a few simple steps — and then a lot of practice! First, you need to be organized and have some sort of daily routine that suits you. Structure is extremely important, especially when you first start on the path, because it gives you a firm foundation to build on.
Liminal Moments by Cheryl Shainmark
For the smallest month on the calendar, February looms large in my mind. It is, on the East Coast anyway, the deepest, darkest, bitterest part of winter. The Scandinavian side of me, wise to seasonal depression long before there was a named disorder for it, wants to stay in and drink glogg and distract myself from putting my head in the oven. I count down the days until pitchers and catchers report, so I can imagine them playing on warm green fields in spring training. I plan trips to deserts or beaches or anyplace more equatorial than New York. But the real “go to” diversion for me, and thousands of others like me, is the seed and garden catalogs that conveniently start arriving at the end of January.
From Bruce McClure at www.earthsky.org We have been receiving a number of inquiries about some upcoming Blood Moons in the years 2014 and 2015. And we want to say, first of all, that the Blood Moons most people are asking about are not part of astronomy. Instead, their origin is religious, at least according to Christian pastor John Hagee, who wrote a 2013 book about Blood Moons. More about that below. Still, since they’re moons, and since people are asking us, we wanted to reply.
Ronald Alexander, Ph.D. is the author of the widely acclaimed book, Wise Mind, Open Mind: Finding Purpose and Meaning in Times of Crisis, Loss, and Change. Dr. Alexander is a leader in the field of Mindfulness Meditation, having learned firsthand what a difference it could make in one’s life. His unique method combines ancient wisdom teachings with positive psychology and creative thinking. See more of his work at www.ronaldalexander.com .
Wellbeing & Healing
“This hospital was the largest of its kind in China and probably in the world. The Center avoided medicines and special diets in favor of exercise, love, and life energy. It was a non-profit organization and was recognized by the Chinese government as a legitimate clinic. Over the years, the Center had treated more than one hundred and eighty diseases, the overall success rate being more than 95%. For political reasons, the Center was closed in 2001. Master Gu will teach the profound techniques prescribed by the worlds largest medicine-less Qigong hospital in China here in the US, in California. This hospital has a 95% success rate working with over 200,000 patients and treating more than 185 diseases. “
In Zero Limits , bestselling author Joe Vitale revealed the secret of the Hawaiian art of Ho’oponopono, which instantly clears those unconscious programs, even if we don’t know what they are! In his NEW book, At Zero: The Quest for Miracles Through Ho’oponopono (Wiley), Vitale takes us the rest of the way–showing how we can realize our infinite potential and even experience enlightenment with new advanced techniques of Ho’oponopono. This is an excerpt from that book .
Carob Powder: It’s one of the hot food items recently, a best seller at Whole Foods Market, written up by newspapers, and touted by Dr. Oz on TV. Long considered a healthy substitute for chocolate or cocoa powder, it’s only recently that the many health benefits have been researched. Whether you add it to a smoothie, or replace the cocoa powder in your favorite baked items, you will want to add carob powder to your healthy pantry.
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According to Wikipedia, remote viewing (RV) is the practice of seeking impressions about a distant or unseen target using subjective means, in particular, extra-sensory perception (ESP) or “sensing with mind”. While ancient texts and shamanic traditions have emphasized this ability for thousands of years, it is only in the last century that modern science began to take it seriously. Since the 1970’s researchers such as Russell Targ have published data that corroborates perceiving information in non-local ways.
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