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The Psychic and the Id

The Psychic and the Id

Sigmund Freud is considered the father of modern psychology. While many of his theories have been tossed out by modern-day practitioners, his idea of the psyche being constructed of the Id, Ego, and Superego endures and continues to be used today. The concept of the Id, the base of personality and instinct, may relate directly … Continue reading The Psychic and the Id

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How to use smudge sticks for spiritual cleansing.

How to use smudge sticks for spiritual cleansing.

While the practice of burning tightly woven bundles of sage and other herbs to cleanse negative energy in a room may seem like a “new-age” type of practice, it’s origins actually go back thousands of years and are drawn from ideologies borrowed from Asian, European and even Native American Cultures. Traditional incenses are fragrant resins, … Continue reading How to use smudge sticks for spiritual cleansing.

Cure Your Winter Blues With Laughter Yoga

Cure Your Winter Blues With Laughter Yoga

The practice of yoga goes back thousands of years with documented proof of meditative, spiritual, and physical benefits. In 1995, a cardiac internist and allopathic physician from India devised the concept of Laughter Yoga to not only combat depression but also strengthen internal physiology for his patients and the community of practitioners. Dr. Madan Katari … Continue reading Cure Your Winter Blues With Laughter Yoga

The Power Of Daily Affirmations

The Power Of Daily Affirmations

Turning Dreams into Intention: The Power of Daily Affirmations “I’m good enough. I’m smart enough. And, dog-gone-it, people like me!” Back in the early 1990s, Stuart Smalley was a popular character on Saturday Night Live featuring his version of daily affirmations as he tried hard to boost his own self-confidence. Despite to comical failures of … Continue reading The Power Of Daily Affirmations

Numerology

Numerology

Throughout history, scientists, philosophers, and clerics from all corners of the world have used the interconnectedness of numbers to help explain and illustrate more intangible concepts like fate, personality, and religion. While the Western concept of “Numerology” does not appear in any writings before 1907, the accepted founder of the modern theories can be traced … Continue reading Numerology