Closure is a Myth, Progress is Not

August 6th, 2013 Closure is a myth, but progress is not. Nothing ends and nothing stays the same, which means you never arrive AND you never stay still. Living in the middle like this is a delicate ba...

No Worries!

  http://gerrymurphy.me/ Continuing the exercise I have set myself to re-read and blog my results from reading Creating A Bug Free Mind and Using A Bug Free Mind by Andy Shaw. This week has been ...

REST IN PEACE

Meg Lawton Motherhood can be tricky, whoever you are, wherever you live. My quest is to find the gold nuggets along the way and humbly offer my discoveries to you. Contact Meg: meg@soulseeds.com I do ...

Young People Coping With Grief

  Dealing with grief is one of the hardest parts of life. When someone you love dies, you can get really over-whelmed. It might feel like no one else could understand how sad or empty or angry y...

Dreaming takes the sting out of painful memories

Published: Wednesday, November 23, 2011 – 15:37 in Psychology & Sociology They say time heals all wounds, and new research from the University of California, Berkeley, indicates that time sp...

Meditation on Becoming

Ian Lawton Spiritual teacher of inner wisdom, divine love, deeper consciousness, oneness, peace, and abundance. Contact Ian: ian@soulseeds.com Carl Jung said, Enlightenment doesn’t occur from sittin...

FEED YOUR SOUL by Geneen Roth

Geneen Roth wrote the outstanding book, Women, Food and God which was featured on Oprah. This article was first published in Good Housekeeping. I found it on http://www.soulseeds.com who kindly let me...

Meditation good for the heart

Cuts risk of heart attack by 50%    Patients with heart disease almost halved their risk of heart attack by practising meditation, according to recent research. In the first study of its kind, patie...