Something happens, and people try to comfort the person by saying ‘Everything happens for a reason’. This phrase or social nicety is intended to have someone feel better and in some situations may feel comforting, but by saying this or even believing it to be true, an opportunity is lost for deeper awareness.
Are some people just ‘bad people’, bad to the bone and that is all there is to it?
Or is there a spectrum of badness in many of us?
If so, why?
Perhaps you’ll find this article enlightening on your own journey of learning about bad people, yourself, and your enlightenment on the spiritual journey.
Why develop your intuition anyway?
What if I told you that developing your intuition, by learning about your intuitive superpowers, you can grow a stronger internal framework as an individual and deal with life’s stresses and difficulties better?
Having a strong intuition helps us to make better and more informed decisions, even in the face of stress, difficulty and whatever other life situations may come our way.
Sarah has developed a method with clients that helps them deal with life’s difficulties, by understanding a little more about themselves, how they learn, and how this is connected to our intuitive superpowers.
If this sounds like something that might be useful to you, go ahead and listen to the podcast, you will definitely learn something!
Do you regularly journal on the spiritual journey? Perhaps you are new to journaling, or want to begin but are wondering how to make the most of your journaling time. Here are some hints and tips from Sarah.
Here are 3 summer reads to inspire you. The first two I bought in paperback, just for the joy of being able to use physical books instead of my Kindle – which is useful, but a completely different reading experience. I hope you enjoy my book choices, and please feel free to comment and recommend some of your own.
In Your Hidden Light – a personal guide to creating your desired life – Raana Zia pulls on personal experience and the wisdom of spiritual teachers to give us this modern and relevant approach to manifestation and co-creation. An insightful and informative read for anyone on the spiritual journey.
If you like Twitter, you can join me for #AkashicChat on Sunday nights, 6pm Central Time, 7pm Eastern Time. My twitter handle is @SarahsEnergy. See you there for conversation, sharing and discussion of modern issues from the Akashic perspective, and ancient issues too, since many of them we haven’t cleared as yet! Plus, I think it would be super cool to get an Akashic hashtag trending at some point. In the light, Sarah
With all the media available to us on the internet now, where are the truly inspirational podcasts for the spiritual seeker? Here are my top 3. I make time to regularly listen and work with the information contained in these podcasts. I hope you find them useful. I have a podcast series too, by the way!
Nobody every said life was easy, or even fair, so sometimes it can be hard not to get bogged down when difficulties head our way or when the world seems to have gone nuts. In Goodness Abounds, Sarah Lawrence, along with a lot of other writers share daily stories of goodness abounds – goodness and kindness shared by everyday people in everyday situations. A lovely book to have handy, read a page per day, and be uplifted by the fact that goodness abounds and is truly still with us!
When a card pull annoys you, it’s probably time to perk up your ears and pay attention. Often we focus on cards that make us feel lovely or uplifted in some way, that completely resonate.
Sometimes, though, the most important card is the one that pisses us off, annoys us or challenges us. Judith Orloff’s Power of Surrender oracle card deck helps us with these sticky issues.
Interested in creating success on your spiritual journey? Awaken your Akashic Records, develop your intuition, experience growth and abundance!