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Super Moon on 19th Feb and its effects on the Zodiac

13.02.2019 in Astrology, New Moon, Personal Development, Positive Thinking, Psychic Readings, Psychics, Spiritual Reports

By Psychic Advisor & Astrologer Meha

The full moon of February occurs on Tuesday, Feb. 19, at 10:53 a.m. EST (15:53 UTC), but will appear full the night before and after its peak to the casual stargazer. It will also be a so-called “supermoon,” according to NASA. The February full moon is often known as the Full Snow Moon, though like all full moons on the calendar it has several other names in different cultures.

The Full moon is a time for completions, culminations, creative spurts and accumulation. They also give us an inkling to cash in on anything we began at the corresponding new moon six months earlier.

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Reclaiming Valentine’s Day: 4 Real Expressions of Love

08.02.2019 in Love, Relationships, Valentine's Day

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“Love is what we were born with. Fear is what we learned here.” ~Marianne Williamson

Valentine’s Day. Yes, that day—the much maligned, much cherished, much hated, and much misunderstood day of the year.

I remember being traumatized in adolescence. Not only were we supposed to, according to peer-reviewed social norms, like people and get liked back on this holiday, my school made us do Valentine’s day card/candy exchanges.

We exchanged, in class, little pre-packaged cards and those infamous heart-shaped candies stamped with subtle expressions like “be mine.”

Do you recall these candy hearts that I’m describing?

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5 Things You Need to Know About Cheating, Affairs and Infidelity

05.02.2019 in Healing, Personal Development, Relationships, Stress Management, toxic relationship

BY CATHY MEYER

Affairs are as old as marriage itself!

The union, in marriage of two members of the opposite sex is a tradition that has been around since men were living in caves. So have extra-marital affairs. Since almost the beginning of time, humans have believed that marriage was important in maintaining a cohesive, healthy society. Another belief that was collectively held about marriage was the idea that the union was to be monogamous. Despite this belief, some human beings can’t seem to live a monogamous lifestyle. Research has shown that affairs are as old as marriage itself.

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Twin Flame: Your Guide to Experiencing Rare Transcendental Love

23.01.2019 in Love, Relationships, Soulmate, Twin Flame

 

Divine Union is the most sacred experience in life, and one of the most intense ways we can experience such a state is through Twin Flame love.

The natural state of Life is Union and Balance. Everything we see and experience, including our bodies, the seasons, birth and death, night and day, and the endless energetic frequencies around us are innately Whole. The experience of Twin Flame love is simply a reflection of this Divine Wholeness.

The nature of the human mind and ego is to divide the world and isolate ourselves from others.

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Lunar Eclipse on Jan 20th, 2019 and its effects

18.01.2019 in Astrology, New Moon

The Lunar Eclipse on Jan 20th, Sunday will turn the moon a dark red color. Hence it is also Known as “The Blood Wolf Moon” in North America

In Vedic astrology, eclipses are typically considered a bad omen. This is due to the lunar nodes (Rahu and Ketu) which obfuscate the light of the Sun and Moon—an evil omen since the nodes are referred to as a serpent that swallows the life-giving light. Here you do not want to begin or end anything, whether it is a project, relationship, job—anything.

Eclipses are more pronounced where they can be seen.

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It’s Not Settling to Love Someone Who Doesn’t Match Your Fantasy

10.01.2019 in Empowerment, Healing, Love, Personal Development, Relationships, Self Love

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“Things which matter most must never be at the mercy of things which matter least.” ~Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

I’ve always been a dreamer. A really big dreamer. For the most part, it’s served me well. I was the first person in my family to graduate from college. A private college, magna cum laude, while raising four children alone. I don’t do mediocrity.

I worked hard and brought our family out of poverty single handedly. We moved to a better neighborhood, built a nice house, and went on vacations. I was no ordinary woman.

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When Someone Cheats or Mistreats You, It’s About Them, Not You

07.01.2019 in Healing, Health, Personal Development, Positive Thinking, Self Love, Stress Management

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“Pain makes you stronger. Tears make you braver. Heartbreak makes you wiser. So thank the past for a better future.” ~Unknown

I used to think when someone cheated on me that I was flawed.

You see, I had a core belief that there was something wrong with me. I never felt enough. I’m not even sure I can fully articulate this feeling, but whatever it was, I just didn’t feel enough. Slim enough, pretty enough, clever enough, worthy enough, or just, well, anything enough.

I’ve now come to see that when someone mistreats you it has almost nothing to do with you.

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Dec 22 Full Moon & Its Effect On The Zodiac

21.12.2018 in Astrology, New Moon

By Manish Arora

December 22, 2018, will bring the final full moon of the year, falling less than a day after the Winter solstice. The full moon on December 22 is at 11:49 a.m. CST (17:49 UTC). So the solstice and full moon fall less than one day apart. That means that – although the Northern Hemisphere has its longest winter night on December 21 – the lamp of a nearly full moon will light up the nighttime from dusk until dawn.

Full moons are times for completions, culminations, creative spurts and accumulation.

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How to Enjoy the Holidays When Grieving the Loss of a Loved One

18.12.2018 in Holidays, Life Skills, Personal Development

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This post contains an excerpt from GETTING GRIEF RIGHT: Finding Your Story of Love in the Sorrow of Loss, by Patrick O’Malley, PhD with Tim Madigan.

It was spring 1980 when my wife, Nancy, and I received some of the best news of our lives—she was pregnant with our first child.

On a Tuesday morning that September, we found ourselves sitting in her obstetrician’s office. Nancy, not due to deliver for three months, had been awakened the night before by a strange physical sensation.

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How To Rebuild a Relationship with Someone Who’s Hurt You

12.12.2018 in Healing, Life Skills, Relationships, Stress Management

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“Holding a grudge doesn’t make you strong; it makes you bitter. Forgiving doesn’t make you weak; it sets you free.” ~Unknown

My situation is probably not unlike that a lot of people reading this.

I grew up in a single-parent home. Don’t get me wrong, I had a pretty happy childhood, and my mom did an unbelievable job raising me. She worked four jobs to make sure I always had the best of everything. But I could never shake the feeling that I always wanted a father figure in my life.

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