The universe has an incredible content delivery platform to catch our attention and deliver important messages exactly when we need them most.
It’s called synchronicity—those meaningful coincidences that have no apparent causality here on the Earth plane.
This issue of Transformation provided the perfect example of how this works in my world. When I began editing the articles for this month, the universe seemed to magically deliver up the perfect messages from our authors to help me understand the bigger picture surrounding a recent injury and the long recovery that now faces me.
Last spring I started jogging again after a yearlong hiatus. A struggle with hypothyroidism had zapped my energy and, after working through a natural supplement-based protocol, I was finally feeling enough spunk to put on my running shoes and ease back into my favorite moving meditation. Then I stepped it up a notch in July and decided to join a half marathon training group with friends. Six weeks into the program, I was on a nine-mile run and the top of my right foot started to hurt. At mile seven the pain became unbearable; I had to stop and then hobble back to the running store where the group meets.
Three days later I was at the podiatrist looking at an x- ray of my foot. The second metatarsal bone, which runs along the middle of the foot, was fractured. I had just struggled through a weekend in bed icing the injury, and I broke down in tears at the news that either a) I was going to have to wear a medical boot for four to six weeks to let the stress fracture heal or b) undergo foot surgery to correct the root problem and spend a total of almost eight weeks in the boot and three months sans exercise.
I also had just spent more than five months undergoing Rolfing therapy to help correct a lifelong problem with my right hip and improve my running form. Of all the bodywork modalities I have used, nothing has been more effective in correcting physical problems than Rolfing, or Structural Integration, which improves the structural foundation and overall balance of the body through the manipulation of the soft tissue, or fascia.
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What's Your Anchor?
My nephew JoJo’s boat race across the Atlantic Ocean became a metaphor for what had been thrust upon all of us in 2020 with the worldwide Covid-19 pandemic.
WHEN YOU DON'T HIT THE JACKPOT
We all have different lessons at different times, and prosperity might not be up for you right now.
Are you longing for that experience of innocence and awe that may now seem hidden behind masks and walls?
UNLOCK YOUR POTENTIAL
Hypnosis is a way to empower yourself to have the life that you truly want.
The Ripple Effect
We may not always reach the multitudes, but we each can follow our inner calling and do our best.
Get ready to walk into the life of your own making.
No Turning Back
How I took my power back and transformed my life in the midst of chaos and addiction.
Focus on Eye Health
Treating macular degeneration and vision problems with Eastern medicine and acupuncture.
Who Will You Be?
Identity is a version of reality we experience according to the vision we are using.
Inside Your Bubble
Your Bubble is an organic energetic imprint of how YOU are seen, and how you project—inwardly and outwardly—to the world.
GOOGLE SIGNS DEAL WITH WNBA TO HELP CHAMPION WOMEN'S SPORTS
The WNBA signed a multi-year deal with Google this week to be the presenting partner for the league’s playoffs, part of the technology giant’s efforts to help champion women’s sports.
DUTCH GOVERNMENT PAUSES CORONAVIRUS APP OVER DATA LEAK FEARS
The Dutch government has temporarily disabled its coronavirus warning app amid data privacy concerns for people who have the app installed on phones using the Android operating system.
Google Nest Hub (2nd Gen): Now With Sleep Tracking
The original Nest Hub was a perfectly capable smart display, but as Google’s only model, it felt a bit lacking compared with Amazon’s Alexa-powered lineup.
10 Simple Ways to Make Better To-Do Lists
How effective is your to-do list? Does it help you plan your day and nudge you to prioritize the right tasks? Or is it a never-ending inventory of tasks you feel guilty for not having done yet, and now you’re not going to do any of them? A good to-do list should serve you. You should not be at its mercy.
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AI has a Big Tech Problem
A handful of companies dominates not only how artifical intelligence is developed but critiqued. It's time for that to change
GOOGLE EARTH ADDS TIME LAPSE VIDEO TO DEPICT CLIMATE CHANGE
The Google Earth app is adding a new video feature that draws upon nearly four decades of satellite imagery to vividly illustrate how climate change has affected glaciers, beaches, forests and other places around the world.
HOW GOOGLE COULD TURN ANDROID INTO JUST ANOTHER SUBSCRIPTION
WITH A SMALL CHANGE TO PHOTOS, GOOGLE COULD BE UPENDING THE WAY WE THINK ABOUT ANDROID UPDATES.
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