Tag: divine feminine

develop an abundant mindset with spiritual counseling & coaching

How To Develop an Abundant Mindset

Let me ask you, do you wait till the last minute to pay your bills or tend to forget and be late with your payments? Or do you get anxious about money and often think that things are ‘too expensive’ or that you can’t afford something you really want? Then it’s time to understand the energy of money and start…

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How Well Do You Use Your Intuition?

Most people rely on their rational mind to navigate life, unaware that the decisions they make tend to be more unconscious and emotional than logical, or that they’re only conscious of about 10% (if that) of what their mental field holds. They believe there’s one effect to one cause when in reality there are many factors shaping the morphing and…

grow spiritually in the age of aquarius with spiritual counseling & coaching

What Is the Age of Aquarius All About?

Humanity is experiencing fast, radical changes on all levels, and the Internet is brimming with information and misinformation about them. For the mass media, it’s all about keeping you focused on the (often disturbing) appearance of things, and for the New Age movement it’s more about dissolving old structures to give way to something new. And everything in between. So…

harness the power of prayer with spiritual counseling & coaching

The True Power of Prayer

Words are powerful. You can hurt or uplift someone’s spirit with the energy behind your verbal expression. But when words become prayer, they shape a bridge reconnecting you to your true cosmic nature, devoid of ego. Of course, you can use words, mantras, yantras, visualizations, emotional intent, or the concentration of a quiet mind to pray. When you do, you…

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The Tenacious Search For The Truth

When I graduated high school I was confused about which career path to follow. In the French school I attended you could choose either a science, humanities or tech curriculum; I had chosen science, because I enjoyed spending long hours at home solving Physics problems and figuring things out. But I also loved literature, philosophy, anthropology, art, and music. So…