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For so long we have focused on the health of our body and the health of our mind.  And while our attention on these areas are extremely important it is equally important, if not more, that we begin focusing on the health of our spirit as well.


Since Spirit energy is the force behind everything, it’s important that this energy is kept flowing in and throughout our mental, emotional and physical bodies. Often this energy flow becomes blocked and different areas in our lives begin to suffer because of it. Finances start to dry up, relationships start to sour, physical pains start forming in weird places, and things just stop lining up like they used to. To keep a healthy flow of spirit energy at a steady current we must keep our channels tuned into the universe. 


Keeping our channels tuned into the universe is to be ready to pick up (receive) all of what the universe is transmitting. The universe is constantly communicating with us by intuitive winks or synchronized events. Even a message from a song on the radio, a billboard, or license plate can be a sign that the universe is trying to tell us something. But if our minds are distracted from the present then most likely our channels are not tuned into the Universal Station.  Our channels, however, are never really closed. Often we're just tuned into other stations of the matrix like the latest news update of a natural or man-made catastrophe.


In our society, what doesn’t pertain to the five senses is often an afterthought. But as so many now are desiring to know and understand more beyond the five senses, we are coming to realize that it is essential that we nurture our spirit in order to achieve balance in every aspect of our lives.


So, how do you know if your spirit is healthy?


Since spirit is intangible, to find out its health we will need to use our feelings as a gauge. Here is a 10 question quiz to discover how healthy your spirit is.

I regularly seek out several minutes of quiet time either in the morning or evening to nurture my spirit.
When I'm given gut impulses to do or not to do something I usually listen to them.
When I notice myself feeling sad or depressed I look to my own inner being for inspiration.
Generally I think about or envision how I truly want my life to turn out.
I can feel when I need to nurture my spirit, and I know exactly how to do it.
When I ask or pray for something to happen, I never go into action mode immediately to make it happen. I first practice being still and wait for inspired action.
I try to be relaxed when things don't look like they're going my way. I try to look at the bigger picture and see what's happening as a means to keeping me safe and as a step to achieving what I want.
I listen to my heart most of the time and direct my life from there.
When I feel uncomfortable in a place or around a person I generally stay to keep from hurting the person's feelings.
I realize that in order to have a healthy spirit I must relinquish all guilt and fear.
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Many of us desire a respectful, intimate, and committed relationship but when it comes to actually manifesting the man or woman of our dreams, we often tend to create a total nightmare. Here are 7 thought provoking questions that are designed to really see if you are as ready for a relationship as you think you are. 

Meet Your Soulmate

​ What is your intention for wanting a relationship?
​ How often during the month do you do something fun and exciting alone?
​ Do you often say "yes" to people when you really want to say "no"?
On a Scale From 0-10, how authentic do you think you live your life?
Are you willing to work on yourself before looking for someone, even if it takes a year or more?
When you think about your past relationships, do you...?
Often, you wish you had someone special in your life. You have some cash to spend and the night is still young. What do you do?
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how you can put yourself first and be ok


If you are like most people, being told to put yourself first may cause you to feel a bit uncomfortable. After all, putting yourself first is, well…selfish? But let’s be honest with ourselves by asking this one question. Am I here for someone else’s happiness, or for my happiness? 

Since it is virtually impossible to experience life from other’s experiences, from whose experiences can you live from? You are your own best advocate. If you won’t put yourself first in your own life, who will?

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Have you ever heard of Unworthiness Syndrome? No? Well, neither have I but I’m certain it exists and many of us are suffering and have suffered from it for ages. Unworthiness Syndrome is a disorder that causes a person to see him or herself as not adequate or deserving of happiness. This disorder causes those inflicted to put their life on hold for the sake of others. It’s a counterproductive way of living, absolutely. And the majority of humans on this planet thinks that this is how life is supposed to be lived. Many of us have lived this way for so long that we wouldn’t even know how to begin changing this mindset. Below, however, are just a few helpful tips on how you can put yourself first and be ok.

Tip#1: Start by first telling yourself that I can be of no help to anyone until I’ve first helped myself. This statement is especially important for those who have other people depending on them for their care.  Making sure that you operate from full capacity at all times will help prevent anxiety, depression, chronic fatigue, and burnout. To give anything to anyone, you must first have it to give. Otherwise, you’re just performing empty gestures out of obligation, and that’s never a productive way to live nor is it healthy. 

Tip#2: Stop agreeing to do things for others when you really don’t want to. Make it a practicing habit to tell people the truth of how you feel when it comes to doing things for others. If you’re asked to do a favor and you really don’t want to, say “no”. It really is as simple as that. You are not obligated to make another’s life any less complicated. Saying “yes” when you want to say “no” will not prove anything. It will only make you feel resentful and unworthy. 

Tip#3: Drop the need to be liked. Changing this habit is a lot harder than the others, but it is definitely crucial that it be applied. As you’re doing so, become more aware of your emotions by honoring your feelings when they surface. To honor your feelings means to NOT disregard them when they arise. Being more aware of your feelings doesn’t mean you react to them. It means you see them for what they are and accept them with no apology. Realize that you are the center of your world, and when you and so many others begin to operate from this self-centered mindset, the idea of selfishness as taboo will soon become a thing of the past. To some it may seem selfish to be self-centered, but you can put yourself first and really be ok.


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