Articles about Writing
Writing for Self Discovery
Writing is such a powerful way to access emotions and information about yourself or a problem without the need for talking with through with a therapist. If you feel you need to gain a better understanding about something but would rather not seek professional help at this stage why no consider using an alternative method that can have profound effects.
By Clair Wavell
Writing and Living Your New Story
Does it seem like the same challenges keep showing up in your life? Learn why and what to do about it in this article.
By Patricia J Crane, Ph.D.
Introduction to the art of Automatic Writing
By Sarah Tyler-Walters
Internet Marketing for Holistic Practitioners: Killer Article Writing Ideas
Most Holistic Practitioners are now using the internet, in some way or another, to entice potential clients, build up massive mailing lists, and position themselves as experts in their niches. There are, however, countless ways to take advantage of internet marketing tactics, so many in fact, that even the most techno-savvy can become overwhelmed! One of the easiest and most straight forward ways to get started is to write and distribute articles. A well-written article not only drives traffic to your website but can also help you establish yourself as an authority within your holistic specialty. Of course every good article starts the same way - with a killer topic! Arm yourself with the following article topic ideas and you'll never find yourself "stuck" again!
By Monika Benoit
Candle in the Dark
An inspirational writing regarding the search for light and understanding.
By Paula Picard
The Holistic Awakening
OK, I admit it: I’m the weird guy on this page. The other men who appear around me seem to pitch their offerings well within the conventional medical mindset and I’m the one writing “out of the box” on subjects that don’t necessarily fit into the mainstream idea of health.
By Carl Munson
Dear God, please save us from Scientism
There I was writing my newspaper column about “non violent communication” when, rather ironically, I became enraged by two stop press news items that knocked me off my perch in a fit of utter incredulity.
By Carl Munson
How to Set & Achieve Goals While Enjoying The Journey & Learning Something That Can Serve You - Long-Term
As you can see from the title, I've set myself a big writing challenge today!
By CommunitySoul - Neil Fellowes
What does your life story read like?
If you were writing your own life story, how would it read? Something like this?
By Dan Liss
Concise Steps to Write Cdr Report For Engineers In Australia
Ambarly Jensen, PhD in Electrical Engineering started his career as an associated engineer in the USA. Later he moved to Australia to advance his career and is working in Australian conglomerates for last five years. He offers assistance with writing CDR report for engineers in Australia through MyAssignmenthelp.com. To hire Oliver, visit MyAssignmenthelp.com’s website.
By Ambarly Jensen
What can you learn from the marketing case study assignment help experts?
Students may face several issues while writing case study assignments. But, they can take help from the professionals. Also if they want to learn about writing a successful assignment, they can consult the professionals. The things that can be learnt from such professionals have been discussed in the article.
By Ambarly Jensen
HOW TO CREATE A PERSONAL BUSINESS PLAN
Top Ten Tips on creating your own personal business plan
By David Major
Kundalini the essence of Yoga
The purpose of raising the Kundalini energy is to achieve samadhi/enlightenment, to experience the full energy of consciousness or the energy of full consciousness. The process of Kundalini Yoga is used to unite and fuse the energies of Shakti, the female principle, with Shiva, the male principle, in balance and harmony. Through the practice of Kundalini Yoga ....
By Darryl O'Keeffe & Guru Dharam Singh Khalsa
A Mind to Ride - In Search of Magic
I started riding horses eighteen years ago at about the same time that I started training to be a hypnotherapist. I thought that it would be a good thing to have a hobby that got me exercising outside since I rather planned to spend my working life sitting still inside. I expected that the learning processes would run parallel; I didn’t expect that I would end up specialising in using my training in hypnotherapy, counselling and personal development to help riders deal with the challenges of riding – but that’s exactly what has happened! A Mind to Ride is the result. A Mind to Ride combines the ‘Equinimity’ self-hypnosis audio CD with the interactive LifeMapper CD-ROM and is suitable for anyone who understands ‘horsey talk’ as well as riders of all standards and disciplines. You can work independently at flexible times so that you can still meet all your other commitments and a full support programme (face-to-face/telephone/email) is available if you need any extra help. Sue McIntyre Dip.Adv.Hyp. Dip.Pers.Dev. Cert.Couns
By Sue McIntyre
Losing myself, rolling waves moved through me as infinite reserves of fullness. Underneath, the invisible resonance recognized the piercing moment that passed and will not ever come again.
By Genece Hamby
When You Imagine
By imagining the good things you want to happen as part of a daily routine, you're creating a positive energy. This positive energy then takes on form as the actual reality you desired
By Sepia Baker
The Ups and Downs of Bipolar Disorder
Bipolar Disorder, also called manic-depressive illness, is a serious disorder of the brain marked by cyclical mood swings, which often disrupt work, school, family, and social life. The symptoms typically begin in a person's late teens or twenties and affect men and women equally. If left untreated, it can lead to suicide in nearly twenty percent of cases.
By Yvonne Perry
In a world where people drive in the fast lanes, eat fast food, and complain that the computers and machines we use are not fast enough, it is no wonder we manifest disease, emotional and mental illness. We seem to experience an emptiness that comes from a lack of connection with one another and the Divine. Medical science has traditionally separated the physical body from the internal spirit, and society as a whole has focused primarily on the external aspects of life.
By Yvonne Perry
Grounding is Good Medicine
The Intuition Medicine® practice of grounding is a connection with the earth that provides health benefits. Grounding is a free, natural inducer of emotional and physical health. Grounding helps you settle into yourself and create a calm mood when you are overwhelmed by people, activity, or your surroundings. Before you enter a potentially stressful situation, close your eyes, take a deep breath, and visualize your body as a redwood tree rooting you into the earth. Continue to imagine the roots
By Francesca McCartney, PhD
The Medicinal Strengths of Forgiveness.
Inner-Views of an Inspirational Author With Heart. Nearly every day in our lives, if we are out and about, we will run into people who are unpleasantness, obnoxious and downright nasty. It could be on the roads, in the supermarket, in the workplace or any other location where we come into contact with people with differing views. Perhaps those people see us as unpleasantness, obnoxious and downright nasty and maybe sometimes we are, knowingly or unknowingly, the agitators.
By Michael Levy
3 Vital Factors in Creating What You Want
It’s time to wake up from the mundane rut of living an ordinary existence. This article introduces you to 3 factors that will propel you forward.
By Neil Millar
Assemblage Point Technique
The Assemblage Point is simply the most transformational and exciting procedure available and has been proved to make PERMANENT changes . Fears, anxieties, rage, depression or addictions, are just a few of the conditions that can be completely eliminated through this amazing technique. YOUR LIFE WILL CHANGE FOR THE BETTER. You will be 'centred' and a centred life is a life at peace. See my website for more info.
By Amanda Solk
Symbolism is the important catalyst that signals our mind to pay attention. The symbols of the mind in a visual form seem a part of the DNA of thinking. Carl Jung s study on Archetypes and visual images of the mind gives us understanding of our own western mind culture. In every symbol there is a message(visual images versus word forms). Reiki Symbols are taught in each class to further the understanding and awareness of the student.
By Carolyn Maloney
Eenie, Meenie, Minie, Moe, with which meditation should I go?
Whenever I’ve taught meditation there'd be those that immediately ‘got it’, and those who found it a struggle. However, with continued practise and learning how to refocus, those who initially struggled eventually also 'got it'. Not only that, after time they discovered their own unique way of getting into the zone quickly and easily.
By Michaela Scherr
5 Ways to Soothe Mind, Body and Spirit
Sometimes good comes from being blinded by the light. Self improvement (or self help) tools come in many shapes and sizes; sometimes it’s physical in nature (a self help book, having a massage, painting with water colors), or spiritual in nature (flower essences, Reiki, meditation which is both physical and spiritual, etc).
By Michaela Scherr
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