Tag Archives: Spirituality

Hate Dis-ease

Hate disease is the number one killer of peace and unity in the United States. Each year, more than a million Americans have media-induced hysteria attacks, and about a half million people are crucified from hate disease.

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The Creative Path to Personal Fulfillment

The Creative Path to Personal Fulfillment–my first guest post at Career Avoidance 101, a great place for everything you need to know to embark on an awesome career search– highly recommended!

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Heartbreak as a Catalyst for New Beginnings

Here is a story about throbbing heartbreak, dissolution, and self-empowerment through blogging and running. Today, Lisa  from Latebloomlisa joins Creative-Guru as a guest writer. She shares her heartbreak and her recovery along the way. Destruction is a word associated with misfortune, but from the ruin a strong new foundation can be built in its place. […]

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Words can’t do You justice

We cannot know ourselves through words, there is something so beautiful about us that  language simply cannot do it justice. There are certain privileged words that come close to our soul, such as love, peace, beauty, and creativity, but not even these can encompass all that we truly are. Only one form of expression has […]

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Am I a spiritual being?

Currently, my life is a big question mark. I’ve got questions and I yearn for answers. Is there really a grand scheme of things? Are we born with a destiny to fulfill? If so, what’s the use of forcing certain things we think should happen to happen? If all things come at the right time, […]

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How to reconnect with your Self

“Through me shall the words be said to make death exhilarating,” – Walt Whitman, Poet Writing is a divine act or so I think. Before I write anything, I wait for divine inspiration. Usually it hits me while dancing, gardening, and more often than not while showering, which is why I keep a little notepad […]

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Quiet Transformation

“Intellectual capital became the ego’s most envied prize. Wisdom was forgotten in favor of intellectual prowess and material accumulation. Thinking and doing became glorified, while the quiet reflective states of being and realization were cast aside and drowned out by the ego.” – Take Me To Truth: Undoing the Ego The ego-self is a  mistaken identity. One […]

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If I’m not who I think I am, then who the hell am I?

“Only a life lived in a certain spirit is worth living. It is a remarkable fact that a life lived entirely from the ego is dull not only for the person himself but for all concerned.” – Carl G. Jung   How can I begin to describe how good it feels to finally get my […]

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Finding Ourselves Through Others

I celebrate myself, And what I assume you shall assume, For every atom belonging to me as good belongs to you.  “Song of Myself”- Walt Whitman Through my relationship with my mother I came to understand that what you see in others is a reflection of yourself. Each and every relationship in life is an […]

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Poetic musings

A way to put my thoughts into words... May be I am just talking to myself...may be aloud...These are my thoughts in a poetic form, which are very much a part of me and which makes me what I am...

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