Love is the only note that lingers in eternity after all the songs have been sung. It is a fruit that produces a soft crop. It is a force that works and moves with breathing power.
We cannot change the past. We may want to understand the future by reading your horoscope. Sometimes we cannot always fill in the minutes with the full distance loop. Kingdoms come and go. But even when worlds clash, things turn beyond our knowledge, love is still ours to give.
It is always our determination to be nice, even though another answer is within reach. It is a decision that we make time and time again, as we move through the light and shadows of every sunset and sunrise.
Love. Simple love. That alone is the treasure that lies in every heart: the power to look beyond differences, to help instead of evil. To accept, to comfort and to bless. Forgiving and postponing compassion even in the face of evil.
People can break your heart, but they can never beat you if you refuse to hate. They can take away everything you have, but never who you are. Only you have the power to choose to walk a path of peace. Only you can say what and who can live in your heart and mind.
In every moment, in every exhalation, you have the unchanging choice of how you will react and the meaning that you assign to every turn of the page of your life.
That does not mean that you do not respect your own needs. For example, it does not mean that you allow yourself to be used or abused. You are not a doormat where others can sweep their feet on. It does mean that, although you choose to run away, you do so in a peaceful manner, without hatred or bad will.
Understand that love is a planned response. It is not always easy, but good things rarely come without costs. Whatever others do, no matter how insecure or unfair, love is always our sacred task. It is indeed the only one we have. And endless debts that we pay at any time.
We don’t care because it’s easy or free; we give acceptance and love because it is a gift that we give ourselves. Because as we do to others, we do it for ourselves. So plant love well. Plant peace and see it flourish in your own life.
Our higher self is the essence of the Universe that dwells in your being, the source of all light and life within you, and your true motivation for living. Therefore, it is important not to lose sight of. There are different ways to get in touch with your inner self. You can spend time in nature, write a soul journal, or take a relaxing yoga class. But did you ever think about connecting to your spiritual side through a psychic medium. In this blog we describe three different ways.
The mystic world of tarot
According to the official description, tarot is a card game that is used for card laying and divination. That’s true, but it does not quite hit the nail on the head. Laying tarot cards can be seen as a way to gain insight into all aspects of daily life with the help of symbol cards. You can use the tarot if you want to gain insight into matters related to love, work, consciousness or your own development. Get a tarot reading to experience what it is all about.
A psychic medium extracts information from all the energy that is around you. The medium translates this energy into words, images, and possibly a supporting message. They can help you understand the past, the present and the future. In addition, a psychic medium can give you answers, and insight when you cannot see everything clearly anymore. There are different kind of ways to get in contact with a psychic medium. You can book a psychic email reading or a psychic reading by phone for example.
In 2019, we are increasingly focused on our well-being. We go to yoga and take mass meditation courses. An undervalued way to get closer to yourself is the daily use of astrology. Astrology is a way in which we can come closer to ourselves.
In contrast to astronomy, astrology is not an exact science with theories that can be tested or falsified. Astronomy revolves around calculations of the physical movements that the planets make, and these can of course be tested. With astrology, on the other hand, it’s all about feeling and understanding the effects that planets have on us and our daily lives.
In our galaxy we have 11 planets: moon, sun, mars, venus, mercury, jupiter, saturn, uranus, neptune, pluto and chiron. They all follow their own path, the orbit, that can last from one month to a few years. During the orbit they pass the 12 constellations as we know them. A few planets, the so-called inner planets (moon, sun, mars, venus and mercury) have a short orbit and pass the constellations faster. These inner planets are seen as influencers on our emotions and we can experience the effects of them in our daily lives. The other planets have a longer orbit, longer than a year, and thereby have a more subtle influence on us. Every constellation that is passed through has its own characteristic. Like Taurus with his stubborn and steadfast energy and, for example, or Gemini whose energy is more go with the flow.
Learn about astrology trough this free horoscope.
In today’s world it can be difficult to measure the human innovations and advancements that the future will bring. Since America put a man on the moon, the world has seen generations of people striving to open doors and leap out of their box. The human, as living being, is a naturally curious creature.
Hundreds of people have written about the achievements of man in the last 100 years in every aspect of our life. The ways we communicate, the ways we commute and ultimately the ways we work.
Above every achievement, change and advancement in the way we work, technology I think will have the most impact in our future.
The future of work
Twenty years ago, only the wealthy companies would have computers and now all you need to own a company is a computer and it would be madness not to use one in business.
What is the future of work? I have no real idea, but I have made some predictions!
We will become more and more enabled (not driven) by technology and as a workplace professional told me at the end of 2018; ‘the jobs people will be looking for in 2 years’ time, don’t actually exist today’.
Enabling technology looks at both people and the management of our spaces and real estate.
The way we work has changed, but only in the last few years. Moving from cubicles and/or open plan to the new and more optimal approaches like agile working, flexible working and activity-based working.
The concept of being activity based and flexible is a bit like the concept of your own home. There are areas set out for different tasks. The kitchen for eating and the bedroom for sleeping etc.
At work we have different tasks to perform and different people to talk to. In the past it was expected for an employee to complete these tasks and functions all from one ‘type’ of environment. Their desk or cubicle. This isn’t impossible but it makes things unnecessarily difficult for the employee. If they need to work in silence and they are sat in the buzz of an open plan area then finding their focus is going to be difficult.
The answer to this is through the methodology created by the American architect, Robert Luchetti, back in the 1970’s. Activity-based analysis of office work modes/settings. It’s a simple methodology based around the need for spaces for different functions. Silent zones, collaborations areas, creative spaces, standard desks and meeting spaces are the minimum requirement in todays workplace.
Activity Based Working
Activity based working isn’t just about functional spaces. A huge part of it is collaboration and people. Veldhoen Company the activity based working experts tell us the following:
“Activity Based Working (ABW) is about you and your colleagues. It is about organising your work in a more productive and enjoyable way”
There are some small draw backs to working in these free-address and flowy workplaces. The certainty of space can be small, let alone the certainty of the ‘right’ space. This is where we as humans need to be enabled by simple, seamless and relevant workplace technology. The perfect workplace for both people and the business would be a SMART ABW environment. A combination of user focused workplace experience technology and carefully created spatial design where regeneration has been considered for different times of the year.
With this move towards agile and activity based we can see how we are changing the way we work. Giving people choice of environment and an element of flexibility can increase their productivity and happiness levels.
When we mention flexible, this includes the when and where we work. In the last 5 years employers all around the world have opened up to the idea of working from home. Combined with activity based working or agile working, a flexible working scheme can prove a powerful ally.
What does the future hold? I’m not entirely sure however I do know that these new ways of working will be continuously improved. We’ll also be armed and empowered by innovative workplace technologies that enable us to complete our tasks and day to day lives in a more efficient way. Its quite exciting to think about!