A Powerful Writing Technique for Identifying Your Core Beliefs

Have you ever heard of this? I must try this writing technique! ❤

“Proprioceptive writing, which helps you drill down to your base beliefs, was a lifeline that connected me to my Self. To my Soul. This method works because it helps you identify what you really believe about a subject by writing your thoughts and reflecting on them with empathy and compassion. You can do this on any topic.”

Editor’s note – the following is an excerpt from Making Life Easy, pages 70-73. Proprioceptive writing is a powerful way to change your thoughts. I’ll never forget the day I first heard about it, years ago. I was sitting in Labor and Delivery at the hospital and I saw a postcard for a workshop about something called proprioceptive writing. I knew about the proprioceptors in muscles that allow us to know—even with our eyes closed—where our arms and legs are in space.

Source: A Powerful Writing Technique for Identifying Your Core Beliefs


Other Spiritual Planes

A wonderful uplifting piece about psychic healing. He got me here: “Enjoy the journey and pay it forward to others.
The Spiritual Snowball Begins and Continues…” Enjoy!

Lucid Being

IMG_5160Other Spiritual Planes

Another type of healing is through the gathering of healing guides directly from out of the spiritual plane. These healing guides have the unadulterated healing powers that have no boundaries.

Psychic Rumination or Simply Meditation, the art of throwing out the conflicting and complicated thoughts that only slow the true meditative mind to a halt. A state of true psychic depths in the most productive dimension. Achievable for anyone. Eradicate the negative from existence, free your psychic self from any negative stress levels. This is the meaning of meditation.

Let’s take it a natural step further and deeper, yogi, guiding the light through oneself, or Yoga. Introducing the disciplining of the physical along with meditation to achieve the highest psychic light. This can be achieved through personal positions that align oneself with the highest power. Open up our powerful energy flows that are free and limitless, achievable…

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“The Last Jedi” Cranks Up Star Wars’ Buddhist Themes

“Matthew Bortolin, the author of The Dharma of Star Wars, unpacks the Buddhist themes in the latest installment in the series, The Last Jedi. Warning: Spoilers ahead.”

Source: “The Last Jedi” Cranks Up Star Wars’ Buddhist Themes

11 Traps Sabotaging Your Spiritual Growth ⋆ LonerWolf

This is my new mantra: “This isn’t a journey about becoming something. This is about unbecoming who we are not. – Adyashanti, The End of Your World.”

Read this powerful discussion of how you could be sabotaging your own spiritual growth. ❤

Source: 11 Traps Sabotaging Your Spiritual Growth ⋆ LonerWolf

Guest author Feature – Tina Frisco with #Inspiration

Terri Webster Schrandt

My dear friend and sister, Tina Frisco, shares some creative inspiration we all need follow. If you are making New Year’s Resolutions for 2018 you will want to read this piece. ❤

Inspirational guest post by Tina Frisco – Follow Your Passion

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Winter Solstice 2017: The First Day of Winter | Facts, Folklore, and More | The Old Farmer’s Almanac

Happy Blessed Yule friends! ❤

Celebrate the First Day of Winter 2017–2018 with Winter Solstice facts, folklore, FAQs, and more! See the exact date and time of the Winter Solstice, which marks the astronomical first day of winter. Learn more from The Old Farmer’s Almanac!

Source: Winter Solstice 2017: The First Day of Winter | Facts, Folklore, and More | The Old Farmer’s Almanac

Drinking Horn: Important Yule Symbol And Its Connection To Biblical Magi And Christmas | Ancient Pages

Christmas and its pagan roots always fascinate me. This is a fun read! ❤

Ellen Lloyd – AncientPages.com – What do the Norse Gods Odin and Thor have in common with the Biblical Magi, the three Holy Kings? Drinking horns reveal there is link between the Yule festival and what we today know as Christmas. Long before the arrival of Christianity, people in Scandinavia celebrated Yule, the winter solstice. […]

Source: Drinking Horn: Important Yule Symbol And Its Connection To Biblical Magi And Christmas | Ancient Pages

Yippy, Yule! Yay!

I wanted to share this wonderful recipe that I found in the November 2017 Better Homes & Gardens magazine. My husband loves apple pie, and I knew when I stumbled across this dessert he would love it. It was a smash hit for Thanksgiving.

I will make this again for him to celebrate the Yule on December 21, 2017. Happy Winter Solstice comfort food. Yummy!


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This recipe is called, “Cinnamon Roll Apple Cobbler.” It was a snap to make, and the apples didn’t get soggy at the bottom like they usually do in a pie recipe. This recipe made a healthy batch that lasted for a week in the refrigerator.


Hands-on Time: 30 minutes

Total Time 2 hours, 15 minutes


½ cup sugar

2 TBSP all-purpose flour

1 tsp ground ginger (I used the jar variety)

7 cups peeled, cored, and sliced apples – your choice. I used Granny Smith, Braeburn, Fuji, and Gala.

¼ cup golden raisins

¼ cup water (I did not add water – I think this is why the apples did not get soggy)

1 17.5 oz package (5) refrigerator large cinnamon rolls with icing, quartered. (I left them whole and added enough to cover the apple mixture)

1 cup of cranberries (this was not part of the original recipe but helped to tone down the sweetness)

Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.


Stir together sugar, flour, and ginger. Add sliced and peeled apples, raisins, cranberries, and water (if you choose to add it). Toss ingredients to combine. Spoon the apple mixture into a *2 quart round casserole dish. (I used what I had). Cover. Place a foil-lined baking sheet on the oven rack below the casserole dish.

Bake, covered, 50 minutes or until the apples reach the amount of softness you desire.

When the apples are done, arrange the cinnamon roll pieces on top of the apple filling. Bake, uncovered, 25 to 30 minutes. Drizzle icing from cinnamon roll package over the top. Makes eight healthy servings.

*TIP: If you don’t have a two quart round casserole dish, use a two-quart square baking dish. Prepare as directed. Cover the dish with foil and bake the apples for 40 minutes. Once the apples are done, proceed with adding the cinnamon rolls and baking uncovered for 25 to 30 minutes.

Here is the finished product.

I baked a gluten-free/dairy free pumpkin pie using coconut milk which was the best I’d ever had. But that’s another recipe. ❤

I chased down my husband to get a photo of his lunch. He added whipped cream!

Happy Yule! ❤ What will you serve for dessert?

Magical Meals for Your Yule Celebration

Plum Pudding


Looking for recipes for your Yule celebrations? Try a pot of traditional wassail, a chocolate Yule log, magical plum pudding, savory soup, and more!

Source: Magical Meals for Your Yule Celebration

Ancient Secrets Of Mistletoe – Sacred Celtic Plant With Magical Powers | Ancient Pages

Learn the ancient secrets of mistletoe and why the Pagans revered it’s use. ❤ I love this stuff! ❤

Share this: Ellen Lloyd – AncientPages.com – Today we associate mistletoe with Christmas. We decorate with mistletoe and don’t think much about how this wonderful plant entered our homes. To many of us, mistletoe is simply one of many Christmas traditions, but the use of the remarkable plant started a very long time ago. Mistletoe Offered Protection […]

Source: Ancient Secrets Of Mistletoe – Sacred Celtic Plant With Magical Powers | Ancient Pages