Heal From Within by Sonia Nadina Haynes

16 Feb 2014
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Heal From Within by Sonia Nadina Haynes

So much is happening on our planet right now. Crazy winter weather, full moon on Valentines Day, the Olympics in Russia have all impacted us in one way or another. Our once slowed down, almost boring live is continually getting crazier and crazier. The Thames has overflowed its banks and beautiful old parts of England have flooded. This reminds me of an article I wrote over seventeen years ago. It was called STOP OH MY CHILDREN AND HEAR ME. The article came from a dream I had the previous night where I saw Mother Earth. She looked like the Venus von Wallendorf – a large woman laying on her side.

#smart – Getting a Handle on Social Media

10 Feb 2014
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#smart – Getting a Handle on Social Media

I have to admit that social media came and rolled over me leaving chariot marks on the back of my spirit. It’s only now when social media seems to be kind of on the wane that I have figured out the meaning of the hash-tag. I’m wondering if it is still time to use it, now that I’ve got it before the next big craze hits. Of course I’m referring to Twitter which is now trying to sell me business pages – (don’t get left behind!) I was left behind in the dust when it came to using the tool that so many have sworn by or at. Now I.

Move Out Beyond Your Wall with Sonia Nadina Haynes

16 Jan 2014
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Move Out Beyond Your Wall with Sonia Nadina Haynes

I hope the you are ready to step onto your path in 2014. A few months ago, I told my friends and clients in Vancouver that I was moving back to the east coast. Some looked at me in shock. While others looked as if they were ready to take my temperature. They could not believe that I was looking at moving away from beautiful British Columbia. But look at the water and the mountains! I heard. There is so much snow back east! It’s pretty cold there! they all said. Many of us spend our lives hearing disparaging and persuasive words like these when we speak out loud about.

Hope And Fear – The Dance Between Opposites

02 Jan 2014
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Hope And Fear – The Dance Between Opposites

Love versus hate. Hope versus fear. These emotions have run our world since the beginning of time. We hear the adage; love is stronger than hate, or hope is stronger than fear, but what is the truth? We hope against hope that we can have a good life and that, that life is trouble free. But despite our hope, meditation, positive thoughts, fear screams in and we find ourselves struggling to maintain the life we worked so hard to establish. We try hard to carry love in our hearts for the rest of humanity until the day in the supermarket with the woman at the cash-out chose to take her.

The Spirit Of Christmas – December 15th, 2013

15 Dec 2013
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The Spirit Of Christmas – December 15th, 2013

My three sisters and I went to live with my grandmother when I was five and a half years old. Before that we never went to church. My parents were not particularly religious and I don’t remember Christmas with them. I have no memories of a tree or presents. When we went to the small parochial district of Cheapside, I was required to attend Mizpah Moravian Church. I learned about the nativity (the birth of Jesus) this is where the acting and singing bug took hold of me. I also learned about Santa Claus. We read about the magical man who flew threw the air on a sled drawn by.

Fall Into Healing

07 Nov 2013
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Fall Into Healing

The path to enlightenment is like a super highway. Each of us, a different make of car with our own unique temperaments. In the mystical realm the car does represent your physical body. Some of us follow the speed limit, complaining about the ones who break the law by going too fast. Others are just above or below the speed limit. Those of us who drive at breakneck speed are usually ones who want to get to our destination as quickly as possible. We are in a rush to find true love or accomplish our goals. The speeder needs a mate. He needs to find The One. But he missed.

Awaken In Transition

05 Sep 2013
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Awaken In Transition

To everything there is a season. The time of major change and transition is occurring. I spent the past week in renovation. The exterior of the building is going through an update and over the Labour Day weekend I was behind a plywood bedroom window and only a plastic and tarp in the living room to buffer me from the outside noise. This put me in my usual observant mood. I teach and I know that everything in our life is reflected in our internal world. This is what I found out about myself. Our home represents our minds. What’s my story in this transition? I know that I keep.

Creating A New Earth

29 Aug 2013
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Creating A New Earth

Talking about stepping into a new earth is like talking about leaving a dirty and disheveled home and move into a new one because the one we live in is too dirty. Why not clean up the home you have? Why not spend some time setting the stage to fall in love with what you already have? The earth we have is familiar. Old broom knows the corners. It is the place where the human race spent its time growing in spiritual awareness. Once upon a time, the children of a race of humans were pulled from their parents, made to give up their language, experimented upon by ones who.

Search For The Next Chapter

22 Aug 2013
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Search For The Next Chapter

I chain read. As I finish one book, I search for the next random book that will take me into the world of its author. After reading certain books, I find that the peace that I cultivate erodes and I am left to dig it out of the residue left from the story in which I had just indulged. There is a formula to writing which says that the characters should have challenges and the process that they overcome these challenges defines the flow in a story. Making it believable. For example, I am attempting to write this blog without a single simile. Is that challenge enough? There were so.

Happiness Anywhere

12 Aug 2013
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Happiness Anywhere

“Pam, pam, tee dum, pam pam te dum, dum.” “Pam, pam tee dum, pam, pam, te dum dum.” “Kai, be quiet, it’s too early” “OK” “What’s that?” “Humm?” “What’s that sound?” The young couple curled into each other in the tent that they had laboured to put up the night before. It was the end of the week and the start to their summer holiday, camping. They had driven for five hours to get as far away from the big city as they could and they were tired. “What time is it anyway?” “Oh, aaah, six?” “You’ve got to be kidding me.” “Pam, pam, tee dum, pam pam te dum,.

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