Monday, April 1, 2013
with Susan Buckley
“Stay Awake With Me”
As we awaken from spiritual sleep and become more aware of the presence of the Divine within, how do we stay in this beautiful understanding? With life’s ups and downs, each moment offers a choice of living consciously, of staying spiritually awake and connected…or not. Join Susan on tonight’s call in answer to her profound invitation to ‘Stay Awake With Me’.
Tuesday, April 2, 2013
with Debbie Clarke
“The Power of Forgiveness”
Forgiveness is an important element in the healing process. Sometimes the most difficult part is to forgive ourselves. Join Debbie on the call every Tuesday in March to bring awareness to the act of forgiveness and experience the benefits that self-forgiveness can provide. It is truly a gift “for giving” to yourself.
Wednesday, April 3, 2013
with Candice Sinai
“Winds of Change”
Winds of change are one of Life’s way of signaling something in your life has completed its cycle and it’s time to move on. But often it’s hard to get your bearings straight and realign with your own true north again. You may feel dismantled, lost, or alone. This evening’s meditation is designed to clear the debris and return to stillness, where you can truly heal and are free to create from your deepest capacities.
Thursday, April 4, 2013
with Bhadra Lakshmi
“Let’s Be Creative…Going Even Deeper”
When creativity is fully allowed to flow, we feel most deeply connected to our soul and in alignment with what really matters. Whenever we are expressing our highest, most authentic self, whether that be through a piece of art or music, through veritable communication with another or through solving one of life’s challenges, we experience the greatest sense of happiness, harmony, purpose and peace. What would it really take to live each day in the divine creative flow and to allow inspiration to direct your life? Who would you have to become to allow life to pull every ounce of creative genius from you? Join Bhadra as she supports you in exploring these questions while identifying and clearing your limiting beliefs, labels, rules, stereotypes and identities around creativity that have impeded your full creative expression.
Friday, April 5, 2013
with Susan King
“The Inward Journey”
Changing who you are can be a difficut task. Many years of traditions, cultural knowledge, social rules and parental guidance creates many layers of thought patterns that cover the beautiful glowing soul that you are. One simple way to help you uncover that shining glow – smothered under years of exposure to do’s and don’t’s – is to take a moment, turn inward and listen. Join Susan tonight to share a few moments of an inward journey that allows for positive shifts to take effect on the sub-conscious level. These shifts will filter upwards with ease, allowing your intentions for change to manifest.
Saturday, April 6, 2013
with Lori Verbeek
“The Work of Byron Katie”
The Work is a simple yet amazingly powerful process of Four Questions and Turnarounds, which is a way of experiencing the opposite of what you believe. When you isolate and question your stressful thoughts, it brings the opportunity to sit with changes in perspective… Allowing choices beyond suffering. All you need to do The Work, is an open mind. Join Lori for this interactive hour as she guides us to listen to our stressful thoughts, the ones racing around our head, even the quiet thoughts, or the thoughts hiding behind strong emotions.
Sunday, April 7, 2013
with Edyle O’Brien
“Relax, Restore, Replenish, Rejuvenate!”
Life, with all its ups and downs, can be challenging for most of us. In today’s fast paced world we may feel swept up by the waves and currents of stress, often feeling disconnected from ourselves and others – overwhelmed by internal and external stressors. Join me on the call tonight and take the time to stop, slow down, pay attention to and consciously re-connect with your innate ability to heal. In doing this, you can affirm your intrinsic worth and value…to help you feel “good” again.
When I let go of what I am, I become what I might be…. Lao Tzu