by Cucan Pemo
It is taking the world by storm. That's right, more and more people are joining the new age revolution and seeking out the help of Feng Shui to change their lives and bring balance into their world.
Meaning literally wind and water, Feng Shui is the ancient Chinese art of placement based upon a philosophy of the movement... Read More
By Marc Lindsay
When it comes to your marriage you would think that it is one of the most important decisions of your life. Yet some people do not treat it like that. In fact, based on some of the decisions they make you would think the complete opposite.
When your marriage is getting a little bit down and... Read More
The world of Tarot is a wondrous and fascinating place filled with mystical power and interesting legend. How the various tarot decks evolved from their original form to that of the common deck of playing cards is one of history's best stories, but let's take a look at some of the most well known cards that make up the old-fashioned tarot deck.
Remember, however, that many different tarot decks contain different cards from one... Read More
Many of us reach a point when our lives become routine, dull and thankless. We lose our sense of meaning and direction. There seems to be a lack of purpose and feelings of hopelessness permeate our very being. We do reach a time when we are tired of being emotionally constipated and seek out ways to break this numbing cycle. The time has come to venture into something new.
Here are some ways to discover joy:
Listen to Music -- Select... Read More
I had just spent an hour with my trainer Rusty lifting weights, run 35 minutes on the treadmill, taken my Dalmatian Lucy for a vigorous 40-minute walk, and then driven to the YMCA for an hour-long stretch class. Exhausted, I had to ask why exercise was ruling my life.
I feel better when I exercise, I rationalized. Taking a deep breath, I delved deeper and as I did, I began to see that my obsession with exercise was rooted more in vanity... Read More
Demanding children - children who have entitlement issues - seem to be common these days. Like the obnoxious child, Veruca Salt in Willy Wonka And The Chocolate Factory, who was constantly demanding that her father get her whatever she wanted ("I want an Umpa Lumpa! Get it for me NOW!"), we hear many children today uttering the fairly... Read More
When that first child comes along, it may feel like you couldn't possibly give out the same amount of love to another child. Yet it doesn't take long before you realize that having any other number of children afterwards seems to draw from this reservoir of love that you never knew was there.
For many moms the challenge isn't about being able to love additional children, it is how to make each child feel... Read More
By Jaci Rae
"Tis the season to be jolly" or is it? The holidays are supposed to be a joyous time of year, filled with hope for the future and optimism for humanity. With movies like "Miracle on 34th St," "White Christmas," and "A Christmas Story" beaming holiday cheer into our houses and memories of childhood dreams... Read More
Remember the dating scene when you were younger? Maybe you were a fun party girl who hit the dance floor with your friends and went after what you wanted like a man-seeking missile. Or perhaps you were the quiet type who met prospective dates through friends and family and focused on settling down with someone special. Whoever you were then, entering the dating scene again after having kids is a whole different world and will require a... Read More
The mother-child bond is critical to healthy development . Love between the two is even biochemically hard-wired. We need to take note as society moves in a direction that assumes that so long as children's basic needs are met all is well. It isn't.
Scientific studies conclude something mothers everywhere have always intuitively known -... Read More