Live in the Light. This means surrendering completely to the Universe, God, the Divine, or whatever you call that unseen, yet powerful force: the Creator. Now, it’s easier said than done to live in the Light every day, however there are some ways I’ve found that make it far easier: TRUST. Trust yourself and the Creator. He only wants what is best for you and so long as you remember that, trusting should be easy. Jog your memory that He lives through you as you, so obviously the only very best life experiences will come your way. KNOW. Tap into… Read more.
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Keidi experienced a sudden spiritual awakening at the age of thirty after a series of transformational healing sessions. The mystical chain of events that followed sparked a yearning to learn about the soul and continue her spiritual journey. As a result she grew increasingly intuitive and joyful.
This led to the compilation and launch of The Light: A Book of Wisdom with chapters by 22 luminaries including Neale Donald Walsch, Don Miguel Ruiz, Barbara Marx Hubbard, Marci Shimoff and more. One hundred percent of the net profit will be donated to seven charities and the goal is to raise one million dollars.
Keidi now writes, edits and publishes books and products which empower people to reawaken their Light within.
For more information, please visit thelightnetwork.com/thelight.
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“I find the world to be filled with sadness, and sometimes, I honestly don’t want to be here. I’ve tried anti-depressants but I don’t like the side effects. I’d like to take control of my life and change my attitude, but I don’t know where to start. Any suggestions?” ~ John, Boulder, CO Dear John, First, you’re right to have stopped taking the anti-depressants. They do cause unwelcome side effects and they do nothing to get to the root of depression. My answer to this question might surprise you somewhat, but firstly I’d advise looking at ways you can give… Read more.
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