Letting Go To Life

Letting Go To Life


February 22. 2018 | by Devi Archer | A-Ha! Moments, Featured Articles


One of the most daunting processes we encounter on our journey through life is letting go. It is a natural part of human behavior to create a sense of identity around the meaningful people, places,...

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Letting Go of Control Issues

Letting Go of Control Issues


September 7. 2017 | by Brook Still | A-Ha! Moments, Featured Articles


Letting go of control issues can become so overwhelming and stressful that many of us find it debilitating, and when we are deep in it there are many...

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Relationships, Forgiveness & Reincarnation


August 10. 2017 | by Brook Still | A-Ha! Moments, Featured Videos


In this A-Ha! Moments excerpt Brook Still discusses how true forgiveness plays a role in our relationships and how this is carried forward into future...

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Mindful Resistance - Overcoming Conflict

Mindful Resistance – Overcoming Conflict


January 26. 2017 | by Devi Archer | A-Ha! Moments, Featured Articles


Is mindful resistance possible? Let’s begin by exploring the characteristics of these two seemingly disparate states of being. Mindfulness is focusing our...

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Needing Others to Change in Order to Forgive Them


July 28. 2016 | by Brook Still | Ask Brook, Featured Articles


Q. How can I really forgiving someone when they won't change? ~ Lisa H. – Texas   A. This is a challenging piece to move through and I'm grateful you asked this, you are not alone in feeling this way.  We don’t forgive someone else to make them feel better, to absolve them of their sins.  No one needs another human’s absolution to be clear and considered pure again, thank God.  We forgive so that we can get past the pain of our hurts and expand our capacity to love even more.  We forgive so that we can let go of staying trapped in the old energy of pain and unhealthy connections to that other person/situation. Ultimately we have no right to judge anyone, inherently there is good in bad people and bad in good people, myself included.  I have also seen people choose not to forgive because they lack the courage to move forward with their life.  It is safer to stay in that energetic rut than to allow themselves the freedom to move forward to get past the...

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What To Think During Meditation – Do We Need To Master Our Mental Chatter?


March 10. 2016 | by Brook Still | A-Ha! Moments, Featured Articles


Mental chatter in meditation is something most people feel they have to stop, however, there is an easy way to master this with remarkable results.  Let’s look at this from a different point of view.  Many often wonder what to think during meditation to stop the chatter.  It's not about stopping the mental chatter, it’s about moving outside of your thoughts going through their motions.  It’s like noticing what your brain is thinking and not being personally involved in it.  The quality of your thoughts are important for inner happiness, but to think you cannot meditate with any thoughts is a set up for failure.  It’s like saying you can’t meditate unless it is completely quiet around you.  Yet can you not hear yourself breathing or the pulsation of your blood being pumped through your ears?  If this were the case, only the deaf could meditate.  Your brain is a gift, it's doing its job coming up with new wonderful ways of playing and experiencing life.  Where it can cause a disturbance in your meditation is when you are not...

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You Are What You Eat – Part Two


February 18. 2016 | by Devi Archer | A-Ha! Moments, Featured Articles


The first segment of this article explored multiple aspects of the old adage “You are what you eat.”  I learned a lot about myself, my eating habits and improving my daily self-care, and I hope you did too! So, what is the next piece?  Understanding that we are not just what we eat, we are also what we integrate.  Take a moment to consider what is being “consumed” daily from our environment, whether it is on a conscious, subconscious, or unconscious level.  From the first morning yawn and the moment our bodies begin to awaken, we are fed a continuous stream of visual, auditory, olfactory and tactile stimuli.  All of these sensations have an impact on our internal environment and to some degree affect our thoughts and emotions.  Ask yourself the following self-assessment questions: Do I feel at peace and joyous with my surroundings, or do I feel overwhelmed, stagnant, or disorganized?  If your response is one of the latter, invest some time to clear out clutter and reorganize your home or work space.  As you are clearing, set an...

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Free Healers Meditation for Overflowing Energy

Listen to Brook’s teachings on why we sometimes feel depleted when working or interacting with others and a powerful meditation to make sure you always have more than enough energy to be of the best service possible!

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