Spirituality and Vegetarianism


‘To my mind, the life of a lamb is no less precious than that of a human being. I should be unwilling to take the life of a lamb for the sake of the human body.’ 
Mahatma Gandhi

Food is often a neglected part of spirituality. It’s something so mundane and everyday that for many of us we barely notice its presence in our lives. Which is odd because the act of eating is probably one of the single most important things we do! Food keeps us nourished, it allows our bodies to keep going and our minds moving. A good meal can nourish the mind and soul as well as the body.
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5 Ways to Contact Your Spirit Guides

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Receiving direct guidance from your spirit guides is an important part of your spiritual journey, it can help you to get unstuck and lead you to a happier path. Regardless, of whether you think spiritual guidance comes from your subconscious mind, angels, goddesses or spirit guides you can still ask for help. Really, it doesn’t matter where it comes from because it’s all the same; as within so without; you’re a reflection of the universe. I wouldn’t get too caught up in where this guidance is coming from just accept it with grace and say thank you! So here are some ways to contact your spirit guides.
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5 Ways to Connect to the Divine Feminine


The Divine Feminine is the feminine aspect of the divine. She’s power, raw and untamed. She’s compassionate, all encompassing and brimming with divine light. I’ve been drawn to her since the beginning of my spiritual explorations. I felt called to write about her today, on the 26th of which is Mothers Day in the UK. Just to note, I’m a pantheist so my view of deity is one of ‘all’. I don’t really see god/goddesses as separate beings, but rather faces or masks the divine chooses to wear. So, for me the Divine Feminine encompasses many things and this is the view I’ll be taking in this post. The Goddess has been seen through many guises, masks and archetypes throughout history; she has been downtrodden and neglected, abused and her temples desecrated. But nevertheless, she’s always with us.

She shall always prevail. So She shall.
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