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My life's work is to create art, tools and insights to empower you and elevate your life on the planet and how you experience the highest vision of it.
As an Earth Activist, helping to awaken our evolving humanity, calls to progressive and compassionate action for the blue jewel we live on.
I look forward to assisting you on your healing journey and path to wisdom.
Eileen is a internationally recognized angelic energy healer. Her healing work has appeared in books, TV, radio and has won awards for her work with angels. Her popular column Ask an Angel is read world-wide.
Nominated by the New York Times About.com "Readers Choice Favorite Angel Intuitive 2012 & 2013"
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Olivia, Madison, and Xiuhtezcatl are fierce love warriors who are fighting for causes they believe in -- and none of them are older than 13 years of age! Learn about the stories behind these powerful beings who are taking charge and making a difference in the areas of habitat restoration, voting rights, and environmental protection.
The Indian Express laundry shop resembles an average laundromat in the bustling metropolis of Mumbai, India. A closer look, though, reveals a softer, warmer side to the shop: cats. Big and small, these furry creatures are often rescued from the streets and find a safe and welcoming haven in the love of the shop.
Change the world; we hear those words thrown around quite frequently, and to some, the notion seems incredulous. However, if we take an inner approach, rather than an outer one, and transform our individual selves into adopting the qualities we wish to see in the world, then the task at hand won't seem as daunting. In the wise words of Mahatma Gandhi, "As human beings, our greatness lies not so much in being able to remake the world -- that is the myth of the atomic age -- as in being able to remake ourselves." In this article, the Positivity Blog's, Henrik Edberg, addresses Gandhi's top ten fundamentals for changing the world.
As an ex-pharmaceutical scientist, I enjoy reframing the term ‘side-effects’. We typically think of side-effects in the negative, as in the side-effects of drugs. But many of our positive behaviors also have side-effects.
Below are 5 side-effects of compassion.
1) Compassion Wires the Brain
In some ways we can think of the brain like a muscle in that as we exercise certain regions they grow, just as muscles do when we exercise them.
Compassion causes growth on the left side of the brain’s prefrontal cortex region, which is the bit above the eyes.
The effect of this is that we find it easier to be compassionate and kind. Compassion begets compassion through creating actual changes in the brain.
When Robin Emmons first helped her struggling brother transition to a mental health facility, she never imagined that his physical health would so drastically decline. The residents were existing on a diet of canned and sugary foods, the only diet the facility could afford. This is an all too common reality for many living in low income areas. They are cut off from access to fresh, wholesome foods. Robin Emmons was determined to change this. With shovel in hand, she created the Sow Much Good organization -- and, to date, has grown over 26,000 pounds of fresh produce for underserved communities. Read more to realize how one small change can lead to so much good.
In an effort to encourage the innate altruistic tendencies of young students, Vicki Zakrzewski, Ph. D., offers up several key components that she believes can help cultivate a spirit of generosity and kindness. Zakrzewski, the education director of the Greater Good Science Center, which teaches skills that foster a compassionate society, notes that one of the most important - and beautiful - scientific findings is that human beings are naturally inclined toward altruistic behavior.
Eileen Anglin's insight:
Altruism is innate, but it's not instinctual. Everybody's wired for it, but a switch has to be flipped.