Who or What Is God?

by Diana Rankin

For some, this question—who or what is God?—is answered in the religion in which they believe. For others, the answer may be in science. For those of us walking the spiritual path, the question of who or what is God may be found in the answer I came to when I was a girl. Here’s […]

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Hazel’s Angels and Calming the Hurricanes and Putting Out the Fires

by Diana Rankin

It was in the mid-1990’s when I was attending Jean Houston’s New York Mystery School that I met Hazel and her angels. She was a lady of a certain age by then but during World War II Hazel was a still a young woman. During that war, Hazel felt called to gather all the angels […]

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3 Ways to Enrich Your Life

by Diana Rankin

We all want rich, meaningful lives, and in these times of powerful–and often conflicting–energies swirling around us, living the lives we desire to have is not always easy to obtain. The following practices will help you instantly change the energy within you, which will change the energy around you. Over time, the practices will change […]

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Are You an Old Soul or a Young Soul?

by Diana Rankin

For years I heard people talk about old souls and young souls and I didn’t pay much attention. What did it matter how old or young a soul was? Lately, however, with all that’s taking place in the U.S. and around the world, the question about old and young souls has been on my mind. […]

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How Do You Celebrate Father’s Day If You Don’t Have a Father?

by Diana Rankin

Father’s Day is here again. It’s a celebrated day that I’ve had to work to understand. I can celebrate all the fathers and grandfathers of children and pets, all the men who act as fathers for the world’s children. There are a lot of people to celebrate, but if you grew up without a father […]

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What Is the Spiritual Path?

by Diana Rankin

In these times of turmoil in the U.S. and in our world, what does being on our spiritual path mean? Is the spiritual path living in an ashram or monastery? On a hilltop or in a cave? Is it spending many waking hours in meditation and prayer? It is all of these and none of […]

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The Day After the 2016 Presidential Election

by Diana Rankin

The Day After the 2016 Presidential Election Today is a day to catch our breath and reflect. For some of us it's a day to mourn, for others it's a day to celebrate. For all of us it's a day to stay in the grace of Love. The U.S. is a democracy that can no […]

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When Heartbreak Hits

by Diana Rankin

So many people are going through a rough time right now, good people who deserve all life’s goodness, but must deal with painful circumstances—the death of loved ones, serious illnesses, betrayal, financial problems, and a host of other trials life passes to us. How do we continue to go forward, to put one step in […]

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In the Wake of the Tragedy in Orlando, We Must Stay in Love

by Diana Rankin

In the wake of the tragedy in Orlando, life elsewhere goes on. How do the rest of us deal with the broken hearts of those who lost the ones they love? How do we go on knowing that while our hearts are intact, they are heavily bruised? We do so because our lives press in […]

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To Honor Freddie

by Diana Rankin

This morning I drove to the Vernon’s, the funeral home and crematorium where I take my animals to have their bodies turned into ashes to be spread on this land where we have lived together that is filled with so much love and laughter . . . and a few tears. It was Freddie who […]

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