The current years are felt by many to be a turning point in the consciousness of humanity. Make or break. The turn-around in consciousness - a spiritual awakening - will need to come from within us. It is a change that we can create - and this is the time.
Let's talk about miracles. That is, anything that's bloody amazing - not impossible because after all, it happened, it's here. If you don't believe in miracles, perhaps you've forgotten you are one! It's like the Chinese proverb: "The miracle is not to fly in the air or to walk on the water, but to walk on the earth." We take so much for granted...
In order to attract more of the blessings that life has to offer, you must truly appreciate what you already have. Indeed, if you really want to feel rich, just count all the things you have that money cannot buy.
In this podcast I examine the issues of introversion and extroversion. They are so often misunderstood or used judgmentally. It's funny how when you're loud, people tell you to be quiet, but when you're quiet, people ask you what's your problem! Fact is, both are useful ways of being, in the appropriate context. We need both.
Here I talk about changes in your life, how to make them happen in such a way that things turn out well for you. Your life does not get better by chance, it gets better by change. Change is a scary word because it means stepping outside the relatively safe or comfortable space we have managed to situate ourselves in. Socrates said that the secret of change is to focus all of your energy, not on fighting the old, but on building the new.
Lauren helps people - particularly female entrepreneurs - to get in touch with their intuition and the voice of their inner knowing, to combine mediumship with effective public speaking skills, and explains why now is the time for conscious, purposeful entrepreneurs to have their voices heard. Learn more at: laurenrobertson.co.uk.
The first topic is about staying true to a person, including behind their back. Loyalty is more than a word you pay lip-service too, it's a way of life. And then there's Inner Peace. Even in the midst of life's many storms, we have the capacity to stand in the center of our own peace. It's not always easy, but it's certainly possible.
In this podcast I discuss Karma, an Indian word but actually a universal principle that most religions and philosophies address. It is simply living with the consequences of our actions, and hopefully learning and moving forward as a consequence. And in the context of our Karma, as we live our life, each of us develop ideals: what we stand for. So let's look further at these two concepts: Karma and Ideals.
This podcast is about meaningful relationships, how we can turn such a connection into a romantic relationship, and how to further develop that into a successful marriage. And also, what can go wrong. Love is a paramount aspect of all our lives and so it's very important to get it right.
This podcast is about Humility. Humility does not mean that you think less of yourself. It means you think of yourself less, as Ken Blanchard said. It's about keeping an open mind, to learn from others, your experience and your own inner knowing - not having to be right all the time. Not a bad principle to start implementing in your life on January 1st, if you haven't already.
This podcast is about YOU - the unique magical being that is yourself, and come to that, the unique magical being that is each and every person. It's about moving to the point where we can sincerely show kindness and compassion to all people when we recognize them as divine and special beings, just like ourselves.
Here we feature two complementary articles: The Other Side of the Coin by Peter Shepherd about two ways you can look at the world around you; and The Path of Non-Resistance by Wallace Huey, about the difference between the inevitable pains of life and the suffering that tends to be self-imposed.
Serving others in a loving way can actually transform our own lives. In serving others we discover our essence, our truth, our love. To be of loving service we draw on our conscience, our religion and our values.
This podcast is about shining your light, the light of the love in your heart, and how that applies to the attitudes we adopt in our everyday living experience. Love is our spiritual source, it’s our essential nature, and it is our purpose to express it in loving service.
Happiness is something that all of us want - naturally, since it’s a fundamental human need. But all too often being genuinely happy is a hard target to reach. We often feel lacking in the happiness stakes and don’t really know what to do about it. Well, we have an opportunity today to gain some key new insights about happiness, because I’m speaking to Errol A. Gibbs, author of Discovering Your Optimum Happiness Index. This book offers interactive strategies that guide us towards identifying and achieving our happiness goals.
Health is more than diet and exercise... How you live, what you think, your attitude and how you respond to stress are equally important. We need an holistic approach, developing our physical, emotional, mental and spiritual abilities.
Our spiritual nature is a wonderful aspect that we each have as a human being. Yes, every single one of us, even our dotty neighbor and especially our rebellious child. And it is the challenge we each have, to rediscover and express our true self in this life. Only then will we die content.
In modern life, change and growth are happening more quickly, and are often forced upon us, so that each of us will face many transitions in the course of a lifetime. We may try to avoid them but to achieve our full potential, we need to take them on, acquiring the necessary life skills to succeed.
About Creativity, Life Purpose, Presenting Yourself & Fulfillment at Work
Peter Shepherd looks at the key issues presented by these challenges that we face in our lives: to Express Yourself Creatively, to Find Your Life's Purpose, to Present Yourself Successfully, and to Find Fulfillment at Work.
About Relationships, Social Skills, Boundaries & Self-Expression
Peter Shepherd looks at the key issues presented by these challenges that we face in our lives: to have meaningful relationships, to develop social skills, to establish healthy boundaries, and to express oneself in a fulfilling way.
About Questions, Listening, Being Judgmental, Resolving Conflict & Intimacy
Peter Shepherd looks at the key issues presented by these challenges that we face in our lives: asking powerful questions, learning to listen, being non-judgmental, resolving conflicts, and creating intimacy.