Attracting Love Into Your Space

I just learned something so valuable today that I cannot help but share it with all of you. It's simple, so I'm going to keep this short. Anyway, I was listening to spiritual teacher Abraham Hicks  today, and her lesson on attracting love was the best thing I have heard in such a long time! She says that if we want to attract love, then we need to be aligned with the vibration of love. How do we do that?

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At some point you realize that when you have love to give, you can give it so freely without thinking what other people are going to say or think. When we love confidently we just know that our intentions are clear and all our messages are welcomed. If you are at peace with yourself, then you are at peace with your giving, you are at peace with the community around you, and you are at peace with letting the universe just SURPRISE you. 

Self-Health Empowerment Movement: A wholistic and empowering approach to healing

Doc Pao is one of the founders of the Self-Health Empowerment Movement - a non-profit, non-stock NGO that seeks to empower people to take control of their own health. 

“We have been invited to speak all over the country about our advocacy”, he says, “and [we have] even [been] invited to speak in Thailand and Indonesia.” At the moment, the movement is also partnering with the Global Ecovillage Network of Oceania and Asia with Transformation Medicinewith the intent to make health care more simple, understandable, and accessible to all. 

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Once known as conversion hysteria, a physical disorder that appears as a direct mimetic of a psychic situation is known today as a complex somatic disorder. Carl Jung, who introduced the concept of the collective unconscious was an avid believer in energy and soul work, wherein somatic complaints could be addressed by confronting our shadows (the parts of ourselves we disliked). 

Erich Fromm speaking at UCLA

Erich Fromm at UCLA, 1964 || Only when we go back to our roots as psychologists do we really understand where we are going and why. Erich Fromm discusses mechanisms of escape in the forms of conformity, authoritarianism, and destructiveness that exist in the modern consumer. He also emphasizes how important it is to make society fit for LIFE by emphasizing relatedness, transcendence, rootedness, and a sense of identity.