Relatively Speaking: The Three Paths to Self-Worth

When you look in the mirror do you value yourself? Despite your flaws, despite how you might compare yourself less favorably to others when it comes to certain characteristics, do you value who you are? If so, that should lead you to become a more successful, healthier individual. Right? Well, maybe. Self-esteem is a state Continue reading


Thank You For Dying, Jess

Thank You For Dying, Jess By KC James Recently I was invited to attend a business networking event. Since I have been trying to work out of my accounting career I was going to decline. However, a chapter I submitted for the new book “When Heaven Touches Earth” had been chosen for publication and the Continue reading


Dog Escapes Shelter to Track Down Woman Who Fed Him Treats

Ted the German shepherd-Akita mix and Abbey Boyd the SPCA worker became a match made in heaven after cheese-flavored bacon strips brought them together. Ted was brought into the Northwest Territories SPCA in Yellowknife on Friday. Terrified by the building and surrounding humans, the canine refused to leave his kennel. style=”display:inline-block;width:300px;height:250px” data-ad-client=”ca-pub-8420654331411867″ data-ad-slot=”1313712966″> In an Continue reading


An Uncommon Joy: A day in the life of a special needs parent

It begins first thing in the morning, you hear your child call out. This isn’t a normal yell; it’s a guttural croak, yelp or groan. Your eyes snap open with a start. It’s not like you were in a very deep sleep, anyway. You hurriedly make your way to your little one’s bedside, more calm Continue reading


Caregiver Diaries: For the Love of Sev

I met Nanett Prausa in 1999 when our boys were babies and we were both part of an email listserv for parents of children with microcephaly. Through that forum we could talk to other parents on a daily basis about feeding problems, seizure treatment, growth and vision issues. It was a great way to pool Continue reading


Logic, Love & Enlightenment: Navigating decision making with spirit in mind

Logic, Love & Enlightenment: Navigating decision making with spirit in mind By Dr. Christie Melonson Decision making can be elusive, especially when we face challenges or forks in the road of life. Technology can also bombard us with images of what life should look like and how we should think, behave, and feel. Emotions can overflow Continue reading


Your September 2016 Horoscope by Astrologer, Maya White

September 2016   Aries – (March 19 – April 18) After a laggard season of retrograde combined with too much intensity, Mars, your ruling planet is moving rapidly forward. For now, Mars enjoys a brief fling in your compatriot sign of Sagittarius. This double dose of fire places you at risk of burnout. It’s also Continue reading


Your August 2016 Horoscope by Astrologer, Maya White

August 2016   Aries – (March 19 – April 18) Burn your Light brightly, Aries. Uranus, the planet of sudden change is playing games with Mars, your planetary ruler through an aspect of anxiety and frustration. Tension asks for release, and this is where you can shine. Avoid putting your energy into no-win situations. Stay Continue reading


Your July 2016 Horoscope by Astrologer, Maya White

July 2016 Aries – (March 19 – April 18) It’s time to get cozy, Aries. I know your fast paced sign usually lives hot and fast; but the Cancer New Moon of July 4th activates your inner, private sector. So, how many activities can you initiate from home? Hmm. Vegan (or not) barbeques; sleepovers; pool Continue reading


Seeing Eye to Eye by Kristi Borst

Have you ever been outdoors with a friend and tried to show them something in the distance? You may have pointed … verbalized land marks near the object … even physically attempted to move that person to the exact space in which you were standing, to align their eyes as closely as possible with yours. Continue reading


Your June 2016 Horoscope by Astrologer, Maya White

June 2016 Aries – (March 19 – April 18) Pay attention to nuances this month, Aries. A meaningful glance speaks volumes. You may have to brush up on your mind reading technique, but the effort pays off through improved relationships and, more cash. Venus is chatting up a storm in your third house of communication. Continue reading


Your April 2016 Horoscope by Astrologer, Maya White

April 2016 Aries – (March 19 – April 18) Rise up, Aries. The new moon of April 8th joins radical Uranus in your sign. Think carefully when you feel that urge to do something you’ve never ever done before as Uranus inspires you to take risks and think outside the box. This kundalini rising fuels Continue reading


What does it REALLY mean to be and live Light-Hearted?

What does it REALLY mean to be and live Light-Hearted? Is this even possible when we are in constant change and flux in our lives? When we are consistently bombarded with the energies of the world around us, how can we remain light hearted and flourish with ease each and everyday? I was talking on Continue reading


Relatively Speaking: Who am I?

WHO AM I? There was a special tree my friends and I would climb when I was about eight years old. Its lowest branches grew out of its trunk about four feet off the ground and proceeded to extend horizontally for about eight feet before rising up. The branches were wide enough that we could Continue reading


Fitting A Round Peg Into A Square Hole

While there is an old adage that you cannot fit a square peg into a round hole, it may have been crafted from a limited perspective. Take a look at this illustration. Do you see how the cylinder can be seen as a square from a different perspective? From the vantage point of seeing both Continue reading


Take the HeartGlow Challenge: Wear White for Peace

We, at the HeartGlow Center, strive to make our world a better place through our dedication to conscious living. We promote love, unity, diversity, holistic wellness, understanding, and peace. We celebrate family, friends, animals, freedom of expression and our environment…we celebrate life. At this time of great unrest in our world, we ask you to Continue reading


Stop Teaching My God Is Better Than Your God, And You Will End Terrorism

Another tragedy in Paris. A continual pattern of violence as old as ancient texts that cause such events. You may ask yourself, how do we change the path of human consciousness to prevent further tragedies? For some, there is a feeling it is a never ending pattern with no solutions to the problem of terrorism. Continue reading


Learning through Chocolate ~ Tune In to Your Inner Push & Pull

At one of the most exotic chocolate shops on Beverly Drive, in Beverly Hills, California my own inner self reflection revealed herself in the most unusual way. Through the sensual combination of chocolate and spices my “inner push and pull” came forth and seemed to take over my entire being. This “inner push and pull” Continue reading