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by Stephen Dinan
I’ve been thinking more about just how important it is for leaders of the Shift to be willing (and able) to break with conventional thinking and the herd mentality — to stay true to our unique vision and build a new world. If we sacrifice our visionary truth, we shut down communication with our soul. In a recent online event featuring Sonia Choquette, she made the point that when we orient too much to the beliefs of others, it can shut down our...
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by Justin Faerman
There are two types of people in life: 1. The ones that play by the rules and accept the status quo and 2. The ones who know there is far more to reality than meets the eye If you are in the first group, you can stop reading now. Because these words are for the dreamers… The rebelsThe evolutionaries that choose to march to the beat of a different drum... The ones that aren’t satisfied with the current version of reality being sold… You know,...
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by Jeff Vander Clute
The "New Consciousness” – or “New Pattern” of activity and consciousness on the planet – is both the knowledge and experience that All of Life, and everything in Nature, is One Whole and Indivisible System of Being. This One Whole System has countless layers of individuals and collectives expressing all manner of possibilities, and yet there is only One Process going on.  Naturally, what is one and indivisible cannot truly be separated into, for...
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by Jewel Love
Want to give your male clients 10 tips for healthy masculinity? Great, here you go! But why healthy masculinity, and why now, you ask? Well, in the era of #metoo and toxic masculinity, people often ask what healthy masculinity even looks like? Good question. With prominent social structures demanding men identify with individualism and brutality to maintain their male identity, the groundswell of men living outside of their authentic selves is...
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by Sister Jenna
Reprinted from ThriveGlobal.com I was captivated by a book on resilience by former Navy Seal, Eric Geitens. Throughout the whole book, I felt many threads of spirituality and it all spoke truth to me. Who would've known, a former Navy Seal Officer, could have inspired me to dive deeper into the value of resilience. So, have you cultivated your value of resilience, especially when facing a challenge? Your response would reveal the strength of...
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by Sage Lavine
How often do you feel like the walls are closing in on you?  Your head won’t stop spinning, telling you all the things you should be doing and need to get done: Did you remember to follow up with that client? What should you be doing on Facebook? What are you doing to promote your upcoming speaking gig? Being an entrepreneur can be overwhelming. Believe me, I get it! When you’re just starting off, there are so many different things you can do to...
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by Dale Colton
Honoring June 21, the U.N. International Day of Yoga Reprinted from Light on Light Magazine Namaste is a traditional greeting in India used when people meet. It is often used as a way to end a meeting as well. Although it originates in India, Namaste has come to be used throughout the world. Much of this can be attributed to the study of Yoga. It is important to remember Namaste is not meant as a casual greeting but was given by ancient Wisdom...
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by Loch Kelly
Local awareness is like a radio tuner or TV remote that can intentionally shift us to different bandwidths of consciousness. Local awareness can tune away from the narrow, mental, ego-identified station that is the everyday mind and tune in to the station of the body’s senses. Local awareness can also tune in to spacious awareness, the expression of awake awareness that is unconditioned, boundless, pure awareness. Your mind is like a TV or radio...
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by Eve Konstantine
I can’t imagine how many very, very frightened men are out there right now. How many go to sleep each night with a sense of extreme relief for surviving another day without getting busted, yet whose sleep is fitful because their tomorrow presents the same invisible gauntlet of fear. You know who you are. You are husbands and boyfriends: current and ex. You are brothers and sons, uncles and grandfathers. You are dear family friends. You exist...
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by Terry Patten
I’m writing to wish you a blessed solstice. Winter solstice in the Northern Hemisphere is the ancient time for hunkering down, reflecting, and noticing what remains in the still point between days getting shorter and longer. It’s also the natural cycle closest to the end of the year — a time to cherish and nurture the inherent goodness that always survives every diminishment, every tight squeeze, even “the dying of the light.” We now celebrate...

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