Since the airing of “The Secret”, thousands of people across the globe have come to understand a little about the law of attraction. Tens of thousands of people search the Internet every single day for more information on how to use the law of attraction to get more of the things they want in their lives. Perhaps you are one of them.
But there are also people who have misunderstood the basic premise behind the law of attraction. In truth, the law of attraction is still not fully understood, even by the big teachers. Those who have misunderstood the law of attraction, state that there is no such thing as magic or supernatural things. That is not what the law of attraction is about.
As we look at the pain in the world around us, we see many things we deeply desire to heal and change. Many of those things seem beyond our ability to influence and change. There is one thing we can change – our relationship to ourselves. We can look at ourselves, moving closer to the truth of who we are. In doing so, we move beyond the limitations of our personality and the world around us beings to transform. Radiant joy and love emerge and are contagious. Getting to know your Higher Self is a loving and powerful way to move closer towards healing and self-realization.
People need spiritual nurturing. This is the reason why we pray or meditate. Food nurtures our body and this nurtures our soul. Through spirituality, we are able to find a sense of purpose, and finding a spiritual teacher provides us with a guided path to this awakening.
A modern spiritual teacher would have more advance spiritual growth than you do, and is someone that you would look up to in terms of spiritual growth.
Chakra is a Sanskrit word meaning spinning wheel.
These are a system of seven energy centers located along the spine. Each chakra corresponds to an area of the body, a set of behavioral characteristics and stages of spiritual growth.
Understanding how to fine tune and control your chakras can help bring balance and peace to your mind, body and spirit.
Have you ever thought: “Wouldn’t it be great to live ‘well’?” Yet, through our often rushed and fully-packed schedules it’s easy to wonder what living well actually means. Is it about living “healthy”? Eating right to support your body? Is it about exercise? Managing stress?
The answer, indeed, is “yes” to all of these. However, before exploring what you can “do” to live well, let’s first take a look at who you are “being.” After all, it’s at the bottom of your being which creates the foundation for a healthy, fulfilling life.
How to decide who you are being? Well, most people already believe in a higher source, a higher power. But for our purposes, we’ll take it one step further. We’ll call this sense of “being” your own personal Nature. And, what’s important for a life of living well, is the connection you make to this inner Nature.