Metaphysical idea that reality exists independently of one’s mind and yet can be known is called realism. Metaphysics and spirituality both deal with reality: that which is beyond the physical, the source of the universe.
Seeking Your Spiritual Path Does your spiritual path seem to be calling you all the time these days? Has it been nudging you, crossing your mind whenever you slow down long enough to hear it? If your true path is gnawing at your inner landscape, it’s signaling to you; it’s time to grow. The Seeker
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Dragonfly As Your Spirit Guide And Totem Dragonfly is a powerful spirit guide when it appears in your life. As a rule, when Dragonfly comes into your world, expect the power of transformation and change to be close behind. Other gifts that it shares with us is the strength to see through what is irrelevant,
Crystals, Minerals, and Rocks… These are all “buzz words” in the new age spiritual community, and many times, they aren’t being used correctly. Whether you’re an avid rock collector that’s interested solely for geological data, or you’re a crystal-toting light warrior who wouldn’t dare be caught without their prized piece of Amethyst, it’s important to
CRYSTAL DISCOVERY WORKSHOP with Christine Simpson Thursday, April 12 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm $25 If you have ever wondered about what crystals are, how to choose crystals that are right for you, and how and when to use crystals, then this is the workshop for you. In this workshop we will be exploring the
By Deb Bowen, Spiritual Educator and Psychic Mystic Elements is often called a metaphysical store, or a new age store. What does that mean, really? Metaphysics in a branch of philosophy that studies that which is beyond (meta) physical reality. Metaphysics asks the hard questions, such as: Who are you? Where is home, really? What