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Brand New Spiritual Tool (5/17/13): Pray for/Bless Someone. Worried about someone? Send them positive vibes instead.
- Daily Inspirational Message for May 18, 2013
Truly powerful people have great humility. They do not try to impress, they do not try to be influential…If there is anything they can offer to assist you, they offer it; if not, they are silent.
- Sanaya Roman
Over the years, I’ve developed an agreement with my own inner knowing: when someone is sharing a problem with me, if it will be helpful to them for me to speak up and offer advice, then my intuition will prod me to do so. If it won’t be helpful, then I will get no such prod and will know to remain quiet. When I’m not sure what to do, I just check within: nine times out of ten, even though I may be bursting with what I think are great insights, my inner guidance either prompts to keep quiet or to simply offer LOVE and kindness instead of my personal opinions. When I forget to check within like this, I often end up regretting that I said or failed to say something. Try it for yourself: before you leap in to try to help someone who is struggling, ask within if you should say something, and if so, what you might say that would be most beneficial. This approach stops me from automatically shifting into rescuer mode, and empowers me to fulfill my intention of being truly helpful. – Julia Melges-Brenner, editor of Kajama
- Kajama Digest for the Week of May 13, 2013 It will be extra important to be flexible this week, for each day will bring new energies and fresh challenges to contend with. Even though the planets will mostly remain on course, leftover energy from last week’s solar eclipse will continue to affect our movements. Monday’s Cancer Moon will have us changing things up, for we’ll all be tired of spinning the wheel in the hamster cage of life. Blocks, frustrations and confrontations could dog our every step on Tuesday and make for a challenging day. It’s time to count to ten before we go off on people, otherwise we’ll have to make apologies down the road. Mercury is creating quite a reputation for speedy entries and exits this month: after spending only two weeks in Taurus, the winged planet will skip into Gemini on Wednesday, where it will bless us with flashes of brilliance and the power to respond to life with lightning-fast speed. We’ll put on our metaphysical artist smocks when the Moon moves into Leo on Thursday and urges us to start creating. This is a wonderful week to think about redecorating or letting our inner muse out to play. Saturday is all about self-care and nurturing, for a sense of renewal will hang in the air. The Sun will spend its last day in Taurus on Sunday, so we should soak up all of its optimistic rays before it departs this generous, indulgent sign. To find out how all of these aspects will influence your own sun sign, check out your astrological options below:
- Daily Horoscopes: Every day there is a new horoscope for every sign in the zodiac. (That’s 4,380 horoscopes a year!)
- Monthly Forecasts: Susyn paints a detailed picture of what’s coming up in the near future with tips on how to work with the stars.
Featured ArticlesThe Go to Hell Fund
by Skye Thomas
“Years ago, an elderly gentleman friend of mine gave me a piece of advice. He said that true personal freedom comes from having the resources…to tell someone to ‘go to hell,’ and that everyone should have a nest egg stashed away with at least enough money to be able to live comfortably for four to six months. With that amount of income in savings, one has the ability to say no to things that do not serve them.”Forgiving the Unforgivable
by Skye Thomas
“We are expected to forgive everyone no matter what they do and no matter what their motivation was for doing it…but what about big stuff like infidelity, murder, kidnapping, and rape? What about the crimes of one society against another, like slavery and genocide?…How do you forgive the really bad stuff, and what if deep down in your most private heart, you really don’t forgive them? Then what?”The Loneliness of Personal Growth
by Skye Thomas
“The more mentally healthy you become, the more spiritual, the more balanced… the more global you become, the more alone you may feel. Often, we find ourselves unable to find those other rare individuals who are choosing the same path as ours…The path of being safe, generic, and boring is so crowded you almost cannot even move forward. Isn’t that why you left that path? You had a need to move forward…”
- In this week’s Mystical Matters, Spirit Contact with Departed Dog but Not Cats, Julia comforts a grieving pet owner who can’t understand why his departed cats don’t reach out to him the way his departed dog does.
- In Double Vision’s Suddenly Drawn to the Events of 9/11, Susyn and Oceania explore why a woman has recently begun to experience all sorts of signs and synchronicities related to 9/11.
- In this Double Vision column, Are We Entering a New Era of Enlightement? we explore the idea that on the whole, human beings are becoming more spiritual, which will produce a better world for all.