Become A Sacred Observer – Denise Linn

Your identity is a detailed concept about yourself that you cart around with you through life. It is a jumble of evaluations, opinions, rules, and perceptions about yourself that serves as a filter through which you view every experience. For example, if your filter contains the thoughts and beliefs that this is an angry world, … Continue reading

Juice Up Your Life! – Denise Linn

In your life, there are people and patterns that deplete or “zap” your energy, but there are also people and places that uplift or “juice” your energy. The soul loves the truth, so when you identify your zappers, they have less of an effect on you. And when you identify the juicers, you can expand … Continue reading

Getting Clear on What You Want – Denise Linn

In order to achieve your dreams, you must first become clear on exactly what you desire. Wishing for a miracle without knowing exactly what you would like it to be is like taking a trip without a map and hoping that you arrive at a great location. To gain clarity, write down what you’d like … Continue reading

Why Past Life Regression Works – Denise Linn

Past-life regression is healing because it allows you to get to the source of your problems; until then, you’re dealing with symptoms rather than causes. The philosopher George Santayana said, “Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.” In other words, when you release yourself from the limitations of the past, you … Continue reading

Can Your Clothing Style Reveal Something About Your Past Life? – Denise Linn

Valuable clues to your past lives can often be found in the types of clothing you’re drawn to (or that you detest). For example, if you prefer long, flowing scarves and soft, loose fabrics (and you love the tall, stately stone pillars of Greek architecture), you might have spent a previous life in ancient Greece. … Continue reading

Do You Self-Sabotage? – Denise Linn

Watch your thoughts and notice the number of questions that you ask yourself during the day. Some are simple such as, “I wonder if I have time to make the bus?” or “Should I tell that woman she has spinach in her teeth?” However, you might notice some rather disturbing recurring questions, such as, “Why … Continue reading