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4 Shifts You’ll Experience When Meeting Your Twin Flame

Have you found your twin flame? What have you experienced when meeting your twin flame?
In recent years, more and more people have met a partner they believe is a twin flame, or their soul’s literal other half. Anyone who has encountered a twin flame, or even other soul relationships that mimic one, can attest that the experience is extremely powerful, heart-wrenching, challenging and, as a result, quite transformative. Regardless of whether a twin flame couple unites permanently on this plane or waits until beyond it, the permanent reunion is the twin partners’ ultimate destiny. However, both partners have free will consciously and/or unconsciously to impact the timing and nature of that reunion in this incarnation–which is usually why the intense, conflicting, and often wild twists, turns, dramas, and traumas of the relationship come into play. For those twin couples who have: beaten the tremendous odds against their incarnating together and then finding each other on this plane; surviv…
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Waking Up Between 3 to 5 a.m. Could Actually Mean You’re Experiencing Spiritual Awakening

Observing and listening to your body’s signals can help you improve all physical and spiritual aspects of your life.Waking up in the middle of the night, at exactly the same time is common and you probably haven’t given it much thought. But do you know that this might be your body’s way of communicating a message to you from a higher power?! Traditional Chinese medicine consists of using energy meridians to perform acupuncture and acupressure. These energy meridians are connected in a clock system which, according to ancient Chinese medicine influences different parts of your body. This means that, depending on the time you get up at night, your body might be experiencing certain sensations and is trying to communicate some physical and emotional problems to you. You shouldn’t ignore waking up in the middle of the night.
It’s also thought that sleep is the time when we receive messages form a Higher power, and these messages could contain information about your spiritual journey. Do you h…

Seducing the Zodiac

Want to drive your lover wild and make 'em yours forever? All you need is a few sexy tips tailored to the object of your desire's zodiac sign. These magic moves work for established relationships, too. Be sure to read your lover's zodiac sign the next time you want to turn up the heat!
Seducing an Aries (March 21 - April 19)When it comes to courtship, Aries wants you to be bold and aggressive. Don't ask permission for a kiss -- just plant a breathtaking one as soon as the moment seizes you. The more forceful your approach, the better. Rams are also susceptible to compliments. These folks want to hear that they're the sexiest person in the room. If you've just met an Aries, feel free to contradict them. Spirited debates act like aphrodisiacs on this sign. Seducing a Taurus (April 20 - May 20)Slow and steady wins the race with Taurus. These folks want to savor the courtship phase of a relationship. Be sure to show up on the first date with a bouquet of flowers or so…

Zodiac Sign Qualities

Ok friends, are you ready to dive a little bit deeper into Astrology? You probably know there are 12 zodiac signs and four elements (Fire, Earth, Air and Water), but have you heard about zodiac sign "qualities" or "modalities?" Every sign is influenced by one of three qualities: Cardinal, Fixed or Mutable. Each of the qualities is defined by a point within each season: Cardinal signs begin a new season, Fixed signs carry the weight of the season, and Mutable signs conclude the season.
Take fall, for example. Fall Equinox falls on September 22, the same day the Sun enters Libra. Because Libra kicks off the fall season, that makes Libra a Cardinal sign. Scorpio takes over in the midst of fall, making it a Fixed sign. And the season concludes with the Sun in Sagittarius, making that a Mutable sign. Get it? Astrology is all about nuance, so to truly understand a zodiac sign you must explore the quality each is associated with. So now that you understand how the qualities …


With most problematic states of mind, and certainly with depression, we often have a tendency to maintain the problem by self-confirmation. What I mean with that is often repeating to oneself things like "I am depressed", "I feel miserable", "Life sucks", "They are bad", "I hate myself", "I can't do it". The problem is that when we repeat this often enough, it will all come true! These kind of self-obsessive thoughts blind us to the needs of our family and friends, and we do nothing to help them. As a result, we receive less positive feedback and love from them, and also less simple satisfaction and joy of making them happy.

In Buddhism, we use meditation to improve our state of mind by habituating ourselves to a positive state of mind, but repeating the above sort of tantrums throughout the day will only keep us in the same negative state. Just imagine what happens if a perfectly happy woman suddenly starts saying to hers…

Depression Does Not Cause Misery, Depression is Misery

Depression is a state of extreme unhappiness, described by sufferers in a recent BBC radio program as a black, dismal, dungeon of despair; as a stifling hot room with no means of escape; as a heavy overcoat of pain with the buttons soldered together; and as like walking through treacle. It is characterised by a sense of loss of control over one’s life, a loss of enthusiasm, and the inability to enjoy pleasure. One may know what to do, but cannot summon the energy to do it.

Depression may be precipitated by bereavement, illness, unemployment, and perhaps sometimes a neurological abnormality. According to Buddhism, however, the overriding cause of depression is self-cherishing - seeing one’s own physical and mental pleasure as more important than anybody else’s. Self-cherishing is irritability when our spouse asks us to do something that interrupts our own enjoyment, such as watching television, playing sport, or talking with our friends. It is the desire to get the best food for oneself…

Jesus and Buddha as Brothers

The dialogue between Buddhism and Christianity has not gone very far, in my opinion, because we have not been able to set up a solid ground for such dialogue. This is a reflection of the present situation. 

Buddhists believe in reincarnation, the possibility for human beings to live several lives. In Buddhist circles, we do not use the word incarnation very much: we use the word rebirth. After you die, you can be reborn and can have another life. In Christianity, your life is unique, your only chance for salvation. If you spoil it, then you will never get salvation. You have only one life. 

Buddhism teaches that there is non-self, anatta. Christianity clearly teaches that a Christian is a personalist. Not only are you a person, self, but God is a person, and He has a self. The Buddhist teaching of emptiness and no substance sounds like the teaching of no being. Christianity speaks of being, of existence. The teaching of St. Thomas Aquinas speaks of the philosophy of being, la philisophi…

THE LOVE OF THE LOTUS : Pisces, Cancer, Taurus

There are so many debates on happiness that might make you wonder if it exists in the real world, especially now that so many entities entered the sign of Scorpio. To begin our quest, we obviously need to embrace the fact that old and obsolete things have to end, so that new, refreshing experiences may begin. Our biggest trouble in the process of reaching for personal fulfillment seems to hide in our inability to let go and allow the past to stay where it needs to stay – in the past.

The Moonrepresents our Soul and the way we treat ourselves every day. It is the point of all habits we collected in our primal family, and all those fragile emotions we carry in our DNA code. The Moon is the treasure of reflections, relating, and sensitivity we were once able to embrace, standing for the potential we create to truly be happy. When the Moon in one’s horoscope is weak, we can expect the person to have trouble accepting their own feelings, finding it impossible to cope with…

What Every Empath Needs to Know About The Dark Side of Sensitive

When I started writing for the Empath, back in 2011, there was very little material available on the subject, and this is what drove my compilation of  the ‘Traits of an Empath’. I wanted to help other Empaths understand who they were and discover why they felt all they did. I also wanted to share what had helped me. It doesn’t seem so long ago that the word ‘Empath’ was a rarely mentioned term. But we can see how that’s changed in recent years. Thousands, if not millions, have discovered who they are as Empaths with all the information now available.
However, with this Empath uprising there also seems to have been an upsurge with the ‘dark side of sensitive’. This can be observed with the rise of the narcissist and those encompassing narcissistic traits. What Makes a Narcissist?Although the term narcissism originally stemmed from having extreme vanity, today it represents so much more: The definition of a narcissist is: a psychological condition characterised by self-preoccupation, high …