Messages about Valentine's Day

Jennifer Hoffman

Jennifer Hoffman > Selling Value and Buying Love

Why do we often feel that we have to sell ourselves to others, and convince them that we are ‘good enough’ for them, when all we have to do is to be ‘good enough’ for ourselves, and let them make their own choices?

Kari Samuels

Your heart has a magnetic force that attracts people and circumstances to you. If you want more love in your life, you must find love within. Your emotions have power. You can channel your passions in positive ways to attract all good things into your life.

Cheryl Richardson

Last year I joined a local Facebook group started by a woman who lives in our small town. Members of the group share local news, offer referrals for home repairs, help find lost pets, and make requests for support.

Alan Cohen

Alan Cohen > Raise the Bar on Love

Every February, in honor of Valentine’s day, I explore loving relationships. Many of us have faced challenges in relationships, and we struggle with how to create truly rewarding connections.

Jennifer Hoffman

The newsletter is late this week and it’s because I seem to have ‘lost’ a day or two this week, time has been rather odd and my relationship with it is shifting.

Cheryl Richardson

Cheryl Richardson > A Valentine for the weary

I’m on a plane heading home after teaching in Seattle. It was a full-on, fun weekend and in lieu of writing a new blog, I’m sharing a poem by one of my favorite poets, John O’Donohue.

Rev. Irma Kaye Sawyer

You are deeply loved. It has been said that if you knew just how much you were truly loved, you would never fret or despair again. ~ The opening words from my book, “Cosmic Love: Keys for the Path of Light.”

Ann Albers

Ann Albers > We live "in" Love

We are so happy when we see humanity taking time to celebrate love. In our realms, our existence is a celebration of love, for we live and abide in a state of knowing that love is the substance from which we are all made and the substance which joins us all together in a beautiful dance of creation.

Neale Donald Walsch

Neale Donald Walsch > What Love Is, and What It’s Not

I thought it might be helpful for us to look at this business of love as it is seen in the eyes of God, from what I have come to understand as a result of the Conversations with God dialogues.

Jennifer Hoffman

Uriel Heals > Do You Dread Valentine’s Day?

Do you dread Valentine’s Day, with the pictures of the happy couples who will surprise each other with thoughtful gifts, give or receive flowers, have a romantic dinner date, and spend the day in joy because they are receiving love from their special someone?

Dr. Judith Orloff

Dr. Judith Orloff > What Makes a Good Lover?

In my new book, The Ecstasy of Surrender, I discuss how to manifest your full sexual power, even if you are out of touch with it now. First, you must learn to completely inhabit your body and the moment.

Harold W. Becker

The Love Foundation > Sharing Love

There is an instinctive expansion occurring in our individual and collective awareness that is rapidly restoring our right relationship with life. 

Gillian MacBeth-Louthan

The vibration of the heart comes around the snowy peaks we are asked once again to look at our heart and see its true value.  There are so many flavors of love, for love is a many splendored thing.

Rev. Irma Kaye Sawyer

Hello friends. The upcoming Full Moon has a lot going for it. Not only it is in a degree of Leo with quite a compelling Sabian Symbol attached to it, it also falls right on Valentine’s Day.

Sarah Varcas

Sarah Varcas > 14th February 2014: Full Moon in Leo @ 23:54 GMT

This Full Moon in Leo may feel pretty intense. If you like intense, you may well enjoy its spark and energy, but if you’re already feeling somewhat jaded and in need of respite, it might be a good time to lay low and let the world pass you by rather than engaging too deeply with it!