guest post: Esther Rumfelt on Using the Law of Attraction

Today’s guest post comes from Esther Rumfelt of Millennium Coaching. Using the Law of Attraction What is the Law of Attraction? Basically it?s a universal law of like attracting like. If we focus our thoughts and feelings on abundance we?ll attract more abundance. By the same token if we focus on lack, we?ll attract more […]

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new moon on monday

I’m not deliberately trying to reference Duran Duran here. But it is Monday, and the new moon hits as of 11:51 p.m. PDT. So there you go. The New Moon is a time for tying up loose ends and rounding out the release of the waning moon, in preparation for putting plans into action during […]

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making Passover personal

Passover begins tonight at sundown, and Jews — and non-Jewish family and friends — will gather around seder tables to share maztoh and recount the Exodus story. One of the things I love most about Passover — also called Pesach — is the tradition of keeping the story of freedom alive and making it relevant […]

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naming God

This will be a quick entry from me today . . . In my email inbox this morning, I found a “thought for the day” that really spoke to something I’ve been struggling with for quite a while: “We keep thinking of deity as a kind of fact, somewhere; God as a fact. God is […]

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Valentine’s Day: loving your body

Valentine’s Day isn’t a religious holiday for any particular faith tradition — should I add a “Hallmark” category for The Green Soul Guide? — but it is celebrated and observed in many ways by people of many faiths and cultures. I hadn’t intended to write an entry on February 14th for The Green Soul Guide, […]

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Memorial Candle Ceremony

In my previous post on the Fall Equinox, I neglected to mention the Vernal Equinox Siberian Husky Memorial Candle Ceremony, which is observed today by groups and individuals around the world. It is a powerful experience to lose a companion animal. When I lost Nanook just over four years ago (September 19, 2006), I was […]

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Mabon / Fall Equinox 2010

The Autumnal Equinox comes as something of a relief to me this year. While Mike contents himself that the winter solstice (when daylight starts lengthening) is only three months away, I’m happy to be entering the dark half of the year. Fall and winter are when I recharge. I’m not opposed to daylight, but being […]

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