What Is It That We Want Most In Life?
OMTimes Magazine By Nadia Khalil Bradley
We want vitality. We want to be able to say what we mean and mean what we say. We have lost sight of both, and because of this we have found many complications to fill in the gaps that existed before.
It is life that we came to Earth to live and yet we are living what our everyday life is telling us, rather than making our lives what we want them to be. We gave up but we do not even know that we’ve given up, let alone how or why.
Beaten But Not Broken
OMTimes Magazine By Lisa White
Have you ever been in that time of your life when it seems everything is on track and then you find yourself flat on your face? Then you get back on track and wham! something hits again? It’s like a persistent wave of crap hitting you when you least expect it.
After closing my business of 15 years, I find myself a single mother, underemployed and at time when I don’t have any big goals or plans. I have always known my next move and had a surplus of ambition, so I find this time in my life unsettling, and yes, a little scary.
I have to say, I feel a little beaten down and humbled by life.
One of the things I have found grounding and comforting has been volunteering at a local horse rescue.
What Do You See?
OMTimes Team By Dana Jacoviello
We sometimes have these moments of clarity. Maybe it is from meditation, yoga, or just simple signs, but what I see is the opposite of what I should or want to be seeing. We engage in social media for several reasons, but it is also a very powerful tool in today’s society.
We find out things before we even turn on the television or pick up a paper.
What do you see? I see positivity, motivation, inspiration, and amazing things happening every day; however, I also see a great deal of tragedy, judgment, and bullying among other negative words, activities, or actions.
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There Is No Game Based On Truth
OMTimes Magazine By Nadia Khalil Bradley
What does it mean to lie to life? Why is it the most dangerous thing we can do to our souls? Why are we disappointed when we lie and then share that lie with others, ironically, to make it more true?
We think we are relieving ourselves by lying and yet, the lie turns on us. It turns on everyone involved. We lie to fill our needs of attention, honor and integrity – whether it is real or perceived. We lie the most when our self worth is compromised; when our self worth is beat up so much that it can’t stop us from lying.
Change Your Financial Paradigm
By Veronica Lee
Regardless of the current economy, many people have struggled with money matters throughout their lives, trying to discover the “secret” to financial success only to come up a dollar short. Interestingly enough, many of these adults consider themselves “lightworkers,” but have not consciously made any vows of poverty.
Why is it that a spiritually centered, bright person – even one who has learned the tools of manifesting – still struggles with creating financial abundance or security in this age of enlightenment?
It is not coincidental that many awake beings have incarnated with this “issue.” In actuality, it is part of the shift.
A World Without Words
By Cori Savenelli
Did it ever occur to you that the intention of the Universe, of God, of our Creator(s), was to have humanity function as if language was never developed?
Words have power only in the advent of the thoughts that lead to them. Imagine your life for a moment, completely void of language communication. Humans were given access to six senses.
Taste, touch, sound, sight, intuition and smell. One would argue that vocal cords, as part of the human body, were intended to aid in our existence and progress here on earth.
The Spider’s Secret
OMTimes Team By Jill Mattson
It is cliché that mathematics is the language of Science; recent discoveries reveal that in a related and perhaps even more fundamental way, Music may truly be the language of Nature.
Just as my dog whines and tries to stop me when I play discordant music on my piano – new findings show that we may be biologically “hardwired” in our response to aesthetically pleasing or displeasing music. Evidence suggests that music may be encoded in the smallest protein molecules comprising living things.
Recent experiments from MIT report efforts to represent manmade silk fibers as musical compositions – using the underlying proteins in the synthetic silk as “notes”.
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