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Archive for the ‘Everyone’s A Guru’ Category

Apr
2011
22
'Easter moment' cures loneliness and fear

‘Easter moment’ cures loneliness and fear

How would you survive the loss if your best friend, mentor or shrink were crucified? You’d have to awaken your own inner guru. DAVID RICKEY — His career was short and ended with his crucifixion. It looked like failure. What had Jesus accomplished? At most a few miracles, healings and teachings. That was it. Or ...
Apr
2011
20
Exclusive book excerpt:

Exclusive book excerpt: “A Time To…”

A new novel about a baby boomer’s spiritual post-9/11 lessons illustrates that even after the worst tragedies, love, faith, hope and charity survive. SoulsCode: The terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center had a profound impact not only on the world at large, but also on individuals in a solitary way. Some of those individuals ...
Feb
2011
18
Are you a guru?

Are you a guru?

Here are five types of spiritual teachers, and five ways to channel that power. BY JENNIFER LONGMORE — In the realm of spiritual leaders there are all kinds: one-on-one mentors, crowd instigators, retreat leaders, genuine sages, and more than a few well-intentioned wannabes or ill-intentioned quacks.  The young people who challenged the status...
Jan
2011
7
Your daily self-forgiveness meditation for 2011

Your daily self-forgiveness meditation for 2011

This year provides a new start to us all, and the perfect time to ‘turn the wheel of self-forgiveness’ BY DANIEL WOO — On New Year’s Eve 2010 I spent unexpected hours with a visiting friend who I dropped off at SeaTac Airport. During our time together, we talked about patterns of self-criticism and self-judgment ...
Dec
2010
4
A Seattle lawyer's medieval meditation

A Seattle lawyer’s medieval meditation

They say that St. Francis preached to the birds. Maybe it was the other way around . . . BY DANIEL WOO — One fall in San Jose, California, when I was about 8 years old, a flock of birds flew into the bare limbs of the tree in our front yard. I ran under ...
Sep
2010
16
Shatter the fear trap...for good

Shatter the fear trap…for good

Our inner voice can lead the way to abundance – if only we’d give it the chance GUEST COLUMN BY PHYLLIS KING — I believe that one of the five filters to abundance is our inability to commit to ourselves.   I see this over and over in my practice and on my radio shows.  We are ...
Sep
2010
8
Finding the courage to be free

Finding the courage to be free

In a Soul’s Code exclusive from the newly-released book The Courage to Be Free, Guy Finley shares how your innate wisdom, mixed with courage, can change your life and that of those around you BY GUY FINLEY — Truthful principles can only act as agents of change for us when we choose to enact them. ...
Apr
2010
28
How to find your voice

How to find your voice

A Danish pop star turned-spiritual-teacher spreads the word of speaking consciously

GUEST COLUMN: SUZANN RYE — I believe that anything is possible. . . that anything you set your heart and mind to achieve, you can. And I believe that we are all born with infinite wisdom. If we don’t get too distracted, if we don’t...
Apr
2010
23
Remembrance of war past

Remembrance of war past

A Vietnam vet’s journey from a “19 year old hippy kid” to a life coach GUEST COLUMN: OSCAR TRUITT — When I was drafted into the army in 1969, I was a 19 year-old hippy kid who believed in the concepts of peace and brotherly love.  When I went to Vietnam, I had the idea that I ...
Apr
2010
22
Together at last: sound and meditation

Together at last: sound and meditation

A podcast producer blends mindfulness meditation with her love for sound, to create a new process called “Soundwalking” GUEST COLUMN: VICTORIA FENNER — A few years ago I took the time to deliberately slow down.   Part of this process involved taking a course on “Mindfulness Meditation” based on the writings and theories...