Recovering The SelfA Journal of Hope and Healing

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Spirituality

Burying the Dead

by Michell Spoden Today I am here to talk about a very important topic, one that draws close to the heart. My deepest heartfelt concerns for the unclaimed …

Five Quirky, Mystical and Very Real Ways to Make Room for the New and Improved You

by Lee A. Eide Even though I’m currently closer to being a Buddhist than a Christian, one can’t dispute that Jesus Christ is an invaluable source of …

Sitar – Legacy of Classic Indian Music with Aloke Dasgupta

by Michell Spoden Sitar is a stringed instrument that is very popular in classic Indian music. I had a brief chat with a skilled sitar player from India. Aloke …

Serenity- The Answer to Addiction?

by John Gary Serenity is the calmness individuals feel inside. Serenity is a huge part of our physical and emotional self-care. When individuals suffer from …

Creativity of Heaven: Janice VanCronkhite on Dreams, Visions, and Art

by Michell Spoden My guest today is an artist who art stems from a deeply spiritual realm. Meet Janice VanCronkhite, a sixty-three-year-old, artist living here …

Wandering Home

by Gerry Ellen Avery  What a strange concept to understand for a sensitive person such as myself: wanderings are part of letting go. I have found through …

C the Sea

C the Sea that’s made of glass The Crystal Cord May be your mast Connects to sails that set you Free Your Christed Self that helps you be closer to Him …

Finding Peace through Yoga

Guest Blogger: Kate Croston We face an array of different pressures every day. Pressure to fit into certain stereotypes, pressure to maintain a certain …

Wayfinding

Guest Blogger: Nancy Oelklaus My husband and I just returned from two weeks in Europe–one week in Cyprus and one in Croatia. These destinations are off …

Courtesy of the Heart

Guest Blogger: Nancy Oelklaus Last week I heard Augie Garrido, the winningest college baseball coach, speak. He said one of the greatest challenges in coaching …

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