Messages about emotional healing

Emmanuel Dagher

The first few weeks of July are all about coming out of our energetic shell. There will be a strong desire to step out of our regular routine, to try something different. 

Alan Cohen

Alan Cohen > Seven Doorways Out of Guilt

Do you suffer from guilt?  Do you impose guilt on others? Nearly every religion, family, and belief system plays on guilt to keep its adherents in line. Yet there are ways to escape from the prison of guilt. Here are the top seven, along with practical applications to become free.

Jennifer Hoffman

Every wound leaves a physical scar that is different in appearance from your normal skin. It is a lasting reminder that there was once a broken place there which is now healed. Every emotional wound also creates a scar, one that is invisible in the physical world, but very real in the emotional and energetic reality.

Shelly Dressel

Goddess Light > Healing Your Life

All healing that takes place within your life, begins in the All That Is.  Your alignment and acceptance of the light of your divinity can transform everything within your life. This in effect can heal your life.

Cheryl Richardson

I know life requires us to be present to everything – the success and sadness, the peace and pain.  Learning to be with all of our feelings is fertilizer for growth and healing.

Brenda Hoffman

Brenda Hoffman > Use Your New Skills to Clear Old Wounds

Please re-direct your attention to those pieces of your life that are not operating smoothly or joyfully. Maybe past hurts or angers have returned to your thought processes…or financial abundance has not arrived as you anticipated.

Jennifer Hoffman

Uriel Heals > Celebrating Father's Day

It’s Father’s Day in the U.S. as I write this, a day when we celebrate our relationship with our fathers. Some of us don’t have a lot to celebrate, our fathers may have been absent, unknown, or so emotionally distant that we cannot find a reason to celebrate our relationship with them.

Alexandra and Dan

Joy and Clarity > Family Relationships and Your Past

You are born into a family. Like most everyone, you spend your life with the people that are your family... Whether they are your birth parents, or adoptive parents (caregivers) and siblings, you have a family that you call your own.

Selacia

Selacia > Mastering Fluctuating Emotions

Are you curious about how to master fluctuating emotions that seem to come out of nowhere and leave you disheartened?

Sarah Varcas

Chiron is widely known to correspond with the notion of the Wounded Healer. In its archetypal energy we meet that part of us which seems forever in pain, and yet which simultaneously enables us to reach out to others in their suffering.

Lynette Leckie-Clark

Kuthumi School of Wisdom > Heart Emotions –The Higher Path

What I speak of now many will find most difficult. Some will deny, only to discover at a future time that true freedom involves the full understanding of your heart emotions.

Brenda Hoffman

Even though the theme this week is physical adjustment, the energies will impact you all a bit differently. Perhaps you remember that the most common transition is to explore your spiritual being, then your emotional and finally your physical segments.

Pamela Kribbe

Life in a body, male or female, is an interplay between your soul and that of the Earth. Honor your beautiful body, the body I have given to you. It is an expression of female or male energy, so feel the beauty of that. Observe it from within.

Dr. Judith Orloff

Emotions can come at you hard and fast. You must be prepared. In a flash, negativity can spin you into a tizzy, your center blown to smithereens. Not to worry. Here are some strategies for dealing with every angle of emotions--cerebral and intuitive, from earth to heaven.

Alan Cohen

Alan Cohen > Good Enough To Be True

When I began to teach classes on spiritual principles, I devoted some time at the end of each class meeting to pray for students and their loved ones. One woman asked the group to pray for the continued health of her sister, who had had cancer, but the disease was now in remission. At that time I had not heard the term “in remission, so I asked her what it meant.