White Tara, Bodhisattva of Compassion by Julie Loar

White Tara, Bodhisattva of Compassion by Julie Loar

White Tara, “She of the White Lotus,” is one of the manifestations of the Great Goddess Tara, who originated in India as a Hindu goddess.  Tara has 108 names and many aspects or qualities.  Her worship extended into Buddhism, and she is the most revered female...
Personal Dream Dictionary by Julie Loar

Personal Dream Dictionary by Julie Loar

Personal Dream Dictionary Symbols are the stuff that dreams are made of, and a good symbol dictionary is an important tool for dream work. Any symbol dictionary is meant to be a guide as the dreamer is the ultimate authority where meaning is concerned. Learning to...
Scorpio Goddess — The Spider by Julie Loar

Scorpio Goddess — The Spider by Julie Loar

Scorpio is a fixed water sign that represents the idea of dynamic power.  This potent energy of desire can be used in construction or destruction, death or resurrection, and is characterized by great intensity.  There is a myth that a scorpion will sting itself just...
Trust vs. Mistrust by Jesseca Camacho

Trust vs. Mistrust by Jesseca Camacho

“Trust yourself.  You know more than you think you.”  Dr. Benjamin Spock. “Trust yourself. Create the kind of self that you will be happy to live with all your life.  Make the most of yourself by fanning the tiny, inner sparks of possibility into flames of...
Common Dream Themes by Julie Loar

Common Dream Themes by Julie Loar

What if you had your own personal guide standing ready to shed light on your path, bring messages of encouragement, show you how to live a better life, or reveal your greatest stumbling blocks?  Wouldn’t you listen? Dreams can act as powerful guides if we learn...
Sacred Anatomy of Ancient Egypt by Julie Loar

Sacred Anatomy of Ancient Egypt by Julie Loar

This is the first in a series of three or four installments as we work our way through the “chakras of the Nile.”   The Nile is the longest river in the world, flowing uniquely south to north for more than five hundred miles.  The ancient Egyptians called...
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