Category Archives: spirituality

posticon Q&A: What Can Spirit Guides Do For You?

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There is a spirit that guides us, if we will listen. It speaks softly. In order to hear it we must still our thoughts and meditate. ~ Frederick Lenz

Someone recently asked us what spirit guides really do. This was Spirit’s and my answer:

Well, I can only answer from my own perspective and experience with my spirit guides over many years.

First, be aware of the various ways they can communicate with you. For me, it’s generally a strong sense of their presence and energy, especially when you have a question or issue they can help you with.Read more

posticon The Most Powerful Person on Earth

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Power: The capacity or ability to direct or influence the behaviour of others or the course of events. ~ Oxford English Dictionary

You’ve probably seen lists of the so-called most powerful people on earth. They usually include politicians, business leaders, athletes, and others in various prominent positions.

In a couple recent news articles, I saw Russian President Vladimir Putin and US President Donald Trump described as “the most powerful person on earth.”

As you’d expect in today’s world, “the most powerful person on earth,” is usually a man.Read more

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posticon Mastering Simplicity

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Is it really necessary to study deep philosophy and all the world religions to be truly spiritual? ~ Ted Murray

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If you’re reading this, you’re probably on a deliberate, conscious path of spiritual growth. I am too.

But do we make our spiritual paths more complicated than they need to be? If you’re like I was for many years, you make spirituality—and even life itself—anything but simple. It’s as if simplicity was a curse.

In Ted Murray’s words above, he’s implying many of us ignore simplicity on our spiritual paths.Read more

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posticon Tale of the Old Farmer

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A sense of separation from God is the only lack you really need correct. ~ A Course in Miracles

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Long ago I heard the tale of an old farmer and his wife. They lived far out in the country and, once a month or so, would drive into the nearest town for food, supplies, etc.

One day as they were on their monthly trip to town, the wife looked over at her husband in the driver’s seat. “You know,” she said, “we used to sit so close to each other whenever we went to town.Read more

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posticon Our Top 10 Blog Posts from 2016

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For our first post of 2017, my spirit guides and I thought it would be fun to go back to 2016 and review the 10 posts you, our readers, liked the best. Without further ado, here they are (in no particular order):

  • Defying Death
    A couple weeks ago, a 9-year-old boy was accidentally shot and killed in Montana, not far from where I live. To all appearances, it was certainly a tragically sad and premature death.
  • Those Who Serve in Silence
    A close friend came to us a while back, wondering why he was on earth, and what difference he was making, if any.
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