Life

Finding Joy in Daily Life

by Martina Coogan

Modern Mystery School Europe

Christina Lozano

We wake up and go to work to perform the same routines. Your daily routine can
perhaps become too mechanical and repetitive day-after-day. Is it possible to find
joy in routine?

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Soul

When You Wake Up

by Jordan Bain

Modern Mystery School Boston

Christina Lozano

When you’ve seen enough of what works and what doesn’t. When you know inside that there is more and a better way of doing you. When nobody else is going to forgive you for you. When the avenues of blame are dried up. There is nowhere else to turn. There is only you, within you. There’s a hunger to awaken when you’re at a breaking point.

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Astrology

Emotions, Intuition and Creativity – Are You in the flow with Water?

by Aleksandra Ceho

Master the Stars - Toronto

Christina Lozano

The element of water is an important element in our day to day lives. Well, all of the elements are equally important, but water is perhaps the first and foremost element that we struggle with. Why do I say that? Well, water represents our emotional health; and let’s face it…most of us on a daily basis are stressed, angry, upset, annoyed, or fearful or we express a whole range of negative emotions and behaviors that are a reflection of the emotional pain we suffer on a daily basis.

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Mind

Better Relationships

by Kity Maria Oliveira

Florianópolis - Brazil

Christina Lozano

[In Portuguese & English] I’ve been thinking about human relationships. Observing people coming and going on the streets. So busy, always so full of thoughts and in a rush. Everywhere I go. Where is everyone going? People are so full of worries, dreams, frustration, anger, thoughts.

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Soul

A Skeptic’s Journey Into Spirituality

by Peter Lozano

Urban Spiritual Warrior - Toronto

Christina Lozano

For most of my life, I wasn’t really sure what to believe in. I was raised Roman Catholic, though I think it was only because my parents wanted to put me in a Catholic school.  I didn’t believe in the dogmatic teachings, but believed in the idea of living in peace and creating peace.

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Soul

The Difference Between Success and Fulfillment

by Theresa Bullard, Ph.D

Mysterium Center - Los Angeles

Christina Lozano

There are two paths we can take in reaching our goals: one path is merely going after success and the second involves creating true fulfillment. It is possible to achieve both success and fulfillment by understanding how to cultivate fulfillment as our primary driver.

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Mind

Psychedelics: Allies or Enemies?

by Osiris Indriya

Blessoterra Center - Seattle

Christina Lozano

I have been contemplating and collecting experience on this subject for over 20 years, engaging in this conversation with friends and clients as they pursue progress toward their own healing. It is not an easy conversation, but it is necessary if we are going to remake this world in the vision of peace and abundance. I have stayed publicly silent because I know how easily this subject can trigger people who have chosen to include psychedelics in their personal development path. However, I cannot remain mute and continue to watch as people I love and serve are lost to illusion and ensured in limiting mental constructs.

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Family Life

Positive Thinking Isn’t Enough: The Real Work of Joyful Parenting is Self-Care

by Jenna Case

The Sanctuary - Minneapolis

Christina Lozano

Parenting is hard. It’s hard work to raise little humans in this world. There are so many things we have to do and be at any given moment. We are teachers, chauffeurs, comforters, playmates, chefs, disciplinarians (and the list goes on…). We are no longer just living for ourselves alone, but responsible for other lives in a big way.

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Mind

The Power of Language

by Jaan Kotli

Modern Mystery School Israel

Christina Lozano

The ability to recognize patterns is one of our basic cognitive functions. This is what babies start off with. No preset beliefs, habits or language, but a basic ability to recognize patterns. It works as a step-by-step process of being in an environment, of having an experience, and bit-by-bit building upon what has been encountered.

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