Extraordinary Stories of Healing from Addiction

Extraordinary Stories of Healing from Addiction

After reading my article on divine grace, some people contacted me with their own extraordinary stories of healing and transformation. Here are stories about the power of prayer that helped two people heal from addiction. The first is the story of Vasiliy, a former...
A Miraculous Story of Divine Grace

A Miraculous Story of Divine Grace

When we invoke the divine, which is the source of all power, benevolence and love through earnest prayer, grace flows into our lives. Divine grace brings many blessings such as peace of mind, inner strength, protection from harm, and freedom from fear and sorrow. But...
Giving—the Greatest Gift

Giving—the Greatest Gift

Life is a gift. Giving back out of a sense of gratitude fulfills the purpose of the gifts we have. Giving from gratitude not only helps others, but also brings blessings in the form of joy and peace within ourselves. It is because of this that giving is a great gift....
6 Quick Meditation Tips

6 Quick Meditation Tips

Do you find it difficult to meditate? You are not alone. Meditation is an advanced spiritual practice. However, the instructions aren’t difficult to learn. They are quite simple, really. It’s a difficult discipline to master because you’re trying to quiet your mind....
2 Ways to Avoid Fear and Regret

2 Ways to Avoid Fear and Regret

Fear and regret—two things in life that we all want to avoid. Fear is an emotional reaction to a situation that we are frightened by; regret is feeling sorry for our past decisions, words or actions. The former feels unavoidable while the latter can be avoided. Both...
4 Reasons for Developing Divine Devotion on Your Spiritual Path

4 Reasons for Developing Divine Devotion on Your Spiritual Path

Divine devotion is love directed to a divine higher power. In religion, that higher power has many names such as God, the Lord, Rama, Krishna, Shiva, Allah, and Elohim. For people following a spiritual path, that higher power is looked upon in more impersonal terms...
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