Krysta’s Wednesday Inspiration
by Krysta Gibson
10. Do not change any of your habits. Are your habits helping you or hurting you? In order to make the changes you say you want in your life, it might be necessary to make adjustments to your habitual way of doing things. If you really want to sabotage your success, stay attached to the way you do things now and refuse to change any of your habits. More…
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Inside the December Issue:
By Krysta Gibson
My parents were early risers and so am I. It doesn’t matter if I hit the sheets at 10 p.m., midnight, or 2 a.m., my internal clock wakes me between 5 and 5:30 a.m. This article isn’t about my sleeping routine except to say it is because I am an early riser that I was able to interview someone very special for you this month.
Not long ago, I hopped out of bed at 5 a.m. and let the two corgis out for their morning routine. As I was standing on the porch awaiting their return, I saw a red blinking light out amongst the trees in my backyard. What could it be? The corgis didn’t seem to notice it and weren’t barking at anything. Strange. More…
|Tap Your Way to Success
by Alina Frank and Craig Weiner
What do champagne, the neon ball in Times Square, and New Year’s resolutions all have in common? They all appear sparkly and bright on December 31 and almost the next day have disappeared. More
|The Gift of Suffering
By Jeff Alexander
Have you ever been so engaged with the voice in your head that you missed an exit while driving in the car? When you wake up in the morning, does the world ask you, “How would you like me to be today?” Notice that life will come at you whether you are ready for it or not.
|Powerful Networking for Soul Proprietors
by Marty Marsh
You can engage in networking to learn what’s new and evolving in your chosen field of expertise, and to connect with other people for learning new skills and information that helps not only your business but enriches your personal life as well.
|2013 Holiday Gift Guide
To make gift-giving a little easier, we’ve compiled the following reviews of some products and books that were sent our way.
|The Heart of Psychotherapy in Less Than Four Minutes
by Dan Keusal
I’ve often wished I had some brief way to convey to people what the course of psychotherapy might look like, the many benefits it offers, and why it is worth the effort and the time and the expense. More
|Using Breath to Deal with Stress
by Guy Joseph Ale
Breath is the foundation of life, and every aspect of your life begins with your breath. The quality of your breath indicates how balanced and aligned the different systems of your body are at any given time. More
|Four Tips to Turning Hectic Holidays into a Seasonal Success!
by Deanna Minich
I am sure that at one time or another we’ve all felt it: the ever-expanding bubble of stress surrounding us as we enter the holiday season… More
|Happy, Safe, Healthy Holidays for Our Animal Friends
by Martha Norwalk
The holiday season is here and it’s time to start looking forward to a happy, safe and healthy holiday season with our animal friends in mind. More
|Where You’ll End Up is the Question
by Paul Timo
I’m here to share that we can have a life of joy that we could never have imagined. We can be similar to heat-seeking missiles, but instead joy-seeking spiritual beings in human form. More
|A Peaceful Path on Your Journey
by Angelica Rose
It’s easy to practice peacefulness when we are on vacation or in a nature environment. The challenges occur when we’re surrounded by outside circumstances that seem unjust, unloving, and unfair. More
|What Are We Fighting For?
by Elizabeth Franklin
Most couples in relationship fight or have disagreements from time-to-time, and, consciously or not, we make assumptions about what the goal of fighting is; assumptions that may or may not support a healthy relationship. What assumption might you be making about the purpose of a fight? More
by Sue Frederick
In my daily work with clients, I’ve heard hundreds of stories about grieving people finding an object that they believe is a sign from their departed loved one. These experiences are always very healing for the grieving person, a moment that helps them understand that their loved one lives on and watches over them.. More
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New on our Inspiration page
A Resolution to Embrace the Present Moment
By Andrea Chilcote
Have you noticed that 2013 went by with the blink of an eye? Whether the changes and transitions you experienced this past year were largely exhilarating or unwelcome, chances are, time flew. How can this be happening? More…
Does a Higher Mind Perspective Provide more Conscious Awareness from which to Parent and Mentor Children?
By Karin Anderssen
What does it mean to parent and mentor a child from a higher mind perspective, and what distinguishes this perspective from social structure attitudes? More…
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On our Audio page
Meet Hypnotherapist and EFT Practitioner Lisa Crunick. In this interview with NSJ, Lisa explains how these techniques have helped people make significant changes. Meet Lisa
New on our Music page
Ronan Bennett reviews SongVersation by India.Arie: “I listened to “Songversation” coming into knowing India.Arie not at all. Not knowing any history gave me, as it will new listeners, the chance to listen to a complete CD that celebrates the full human experience of love in a breadth of forms…”
Ronan also interviews David Lanz. David Lanz is the Pacific Northwest’s own musical success story. Listen as he tells Ronan Bennett about David’s past, present, and future musical story. Discussions of his latest album Movements of the Heart and his new home-based concerts in upstate New York make for entertaining and enlightening listening!
Just wanted to give you a shout out and say THANK YOU for New Spirit journal email ads! This is twice now in a period of a few weeks where something has hit my inbox that resonated with me at just the right time, even though it was Something I didn’t know I was looking for (the first one was Divine Alignment Straightening – great session!…now Womb Awakening!)
YOU ROCK! Thank you for your service and smile. I listened to you on the Christine Upchurch radio show archives a few weeks ago and it was nice to put a voice to the name/face. —Jyll, Kirkland, WA.