Spiritual Living

The Hidden Magic in the Void

Sarah Dyer | Posted 29.09.2014 | UK Lifestyle
Sarah Dyer

Ever wonder why one minute life is flowing. You're being who you want to be not who the World wants you to be, opportunities are showing up, the right people seem to cross your path. Life is good.

Shalom Salaam

Ambi Sitham | Posted 25.11.2012 | UK Lifestyle
Ambi Sitham

The demonization of Islam by the media, by society and by influential governments will cause further separation, lack of understanding and ultimately bloodshed in the world. Our real fear should be against those in power who seek to continue this separation rather than help to end it and bring unity.

Five Spiritual Lessons Spiders Can Teach Us

Nikki Harper | Posted 08.11.2012 | UK Lifestyle
Nikki Harper

I measure the arrival and progress of Autumn by one simple thing. Not the changing colours of the leaves. Not the darkening evenings. Not the increasing wind and nip in the air. Not even the shops stuffed with Halloween costumes. No. I measure the arrival and progress of Autumn by how many times I have to leave the room in a cold sweat because of a spider.

Ain't Nothing but a Label

Todd Savvas | Posted 08.08.2012 | UK Lifestyle
Todd Savvas

How many labels do you hear each day? What about the numerous labels you place upon yourself throughout the day? It seems that today's society is made up of endless classifications and identifiers, but are they helping us or are they simply restricting our soul progression?

Lotus Position Optional

Stephanie Brookes | Posted 05.06.2012 | UK Lifestyle
Stephanie Brookes

So, if the thought of meditation has always brought to mind those images of the Lycra-clad, wheatgrass guzzling fitness junkies that we associate with such leg bending practices; throw the Zen-like guru stereotype out the window, place your derriere on your chair of choice and simply meditate away...

Spiritual Living: It's Not All So Serious

Alice Grist | Posted 15.04.2012 | UK Lifestyle
Alice Grist

In taking my spiritual self too seriously I nearly lost everything. I pushed people away and I denied my human self it's pleasures, it's fun, it's stress-relieving love of laughter. I became a spiritual shell, one surrounded by a core of self-inflicted dogma, but with very little going on inside.