Mental Integrity: Five Techniques to Quiet the Mind
Heather Ash Amara

Our internal dialogue is comprised of the many voices in our head. They distract, judge, compare, and appear to support us in solving problems. These voices take us out of the present, causing us to cycle old thoughts about the past and worries about the future. Our internal dialogue snags our attention in a mess of stories and dramas, keeping us from attending to what is actually in front of us.

Learning to consciously direct our mind and stop our internal dialogue allows us to soften into each moment and open to all possibilities. It leads us into mental integrity, where we can hear our own true voice. continue reading »

How to Create Space Internally to Hear the Divine
Heather Ash Amara

When you clear your mind, express your emotions, and cleanse your physical body, you release what you are not. You create space for the Divine to enter and remind you who you are. The more space you have internally the easier it is to listen and tap into Spirit's wisdom and clarity. continue reading »

Five Steps to Uncover and Clear Conflicting Internal Beliefs
Heather Ash Amara

Spoken or unspoken, the concept of integrity - what is right, what is whole, how we should be in the world - is passed to us from our parents and society. Our parents physically and energetically model this message, sharing verbally and psychically what they feel is appropriate. In many cases, their beliefs and their relationship with integrity have been passed down from their parents unquestioned. continue reading »

How to Take Action to Be and Live Your Authentic Self
Heather Ash Amara

Spiritual Integrity is a remembering, a weaving of our scattered parts into a solid whole. We step into our Spiritual Integrity when our thoughts, actions, and emotions stem from our essence, rather than our strategies and old patterns. On this journey, at times we may feel confusion, wondering, "How do I know who/what is the real me? What is my integrity?" And other times we have a clear sense that something in our life does not match who we really are.

This article includes a concrete process for moving towards your authentic self or integrity, for those times when you know something in your life is out and needs to change. continue reading »

Create an Effective Action Plan to Live the Life You Want
Heather Ash Amara and Raven Smith

The New Year is a great time to re-evaluate where you are putting your energy and what specific steps you can implement to create lasting change in your mental, emotional, and physical well-being. Here is an effective step-by-step process to identify what you want, be aware of what keeps you from getting it, and create a plan to take action to reach your goal. continue reading »