But I feel so guilty…

How many of us are guilty of saying this? Have you ever wondered what purpose guilt serves? When you think about it and I seriously mean, really think about it, guilt has no positive outcome for the person who feels guilty. It only benefits the person we believe we need to protect from suffering.

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Waiting for the other shoe to drop

Did you know that this phrase actually started out as a joke?
“A guest who checked into an inn one night was warned to be quiet because the guest in the room next to his was a light sleeper. As he undressed for bed, he dropped one shoe which, sure enough, awakened the other guest…”

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OMG, I made a Mistake!

Have you ever felt that way? Have you ever been so dumbfounded by a decision you made that you really wondered what planet you were visiting at the time? I know I have. It is gut wrenching, soul crushing and emotionally debilitating. Then what?

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The Science of Magic

Join Author Atherton Drenth and Radio Host of the Science of Magic, Gwilda Wyaka, as they discuss the merits of intuition and how it can be the bridge between the fear your ego says is true and love that your soul knows to be true.

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This thing called “Juicing”

Juicing has become an important part of our regime of maintaining our health and vitality. Over time we have found we need to take less vitamins, we feel that we have more energy and like the fact that we are being proactive in reducing the toxic load of chemicals into our bodies.

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An Interview with Author Atherton Drenth

Learning how to ground effectively helps to keep you centered so that you are less likely to be affected by other people’s personal agendas. Cutting fear cords with everyone with whom you have been in contact every day helps you to release any fear energy that you have sent out or received from others.

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Stress, Anxiety, and the Ego

HEALTH & WELLNESS Atherton Drenth 30 November 2016 Stress, Anxiety, and the Ego by Atherton Drenth Ah, the ego! That little voice that constantly talks to you in the back of your mind. The all-too-familiar, endless dialogue that taunts and teases you. It can be... More

The Art of Saying No

Ironically the word, no, is often the very first word a toddler will learn to say quite eloquently. Most teenagers also love to use the word no with great abandon. Most parents have experienced the subdued wrath of a teenager saying no to the simplest request often with the added dramatics of rolling eyes and dismissive posture. We have all been the toddler and the teenager. Yet when we reach adulthood we seem to forget the power and effectiveness of the word no.

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Energy Medicine: Helping Speed The Recovery Of A Radiation Burn

Iris walked into my office holding her swollen arm at a 45 degree angle. Her arm looked like a long, overstuffed sausage and she could neither bend her arm nor lower it. She told me that she received a “radiation blast” 48 hours earlier at the site of the lumpectomy on her left breast. A blister had formed as a result of a radiation burn. Iris had not slept for 36 hours and she was in agony from the pain.

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Simple Miracles

Every day in my healing practice I witness healing miracles. People are under the impression that miracles are dramatic earth shattering events. In some cases, this is true but ordinary miracles do happen, every day. A miracle can be described as awareness of a simple truth.

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Mystic Musings

But I feel so guilty…

But I feel so guilty…

How many of us are guilty of saying this? Have you ever wondered what purpose guilt serves? When you think about it and I seriously mean, really think about it, guilt has no positive outcome for the person who feels guilty. It only benefits the person we believe we need to protect from suffering.

More
Waiting for the other shoe to drop

Waiting for the other shoe to drop

Did you know that this phrase actually started out as a joke?
“A guest who checked into an inn one night was warned to be quiet because the guest in the room next to his was a light sleeper. As he undressed for bed, he dropped one shoe which, sure enough, awakened the other guest…”

More