The Magically Mysterious Transition Called Death

Clara Ray

Hi it's Clara! I created this podcast to educate, demystify and help people prepare for "The Magically Mysterious Transition Called Death" None of us knows what will happen after death, but I believe—if you look deep inside, deep in your soul—you will know you are energy. You have always existed and always will. Spirit is eternal. If you think back, you'll remember you never felt as if you didn't exist before you were born into this life. Rather, you felt as if you always existed and always will. That's why when death arrives, it will be a transition to a spiritual realm and not the end! read less
Religion & SpiritualityReligion & Spirituality

Episodes

Inspired And Motivated? Take Action!
Jul 14 2022
Inspired And Motivated? Take Action!
Be inspired to action!  Of course, you can’t attract abundance just by inspiration and motivation alone. You must act on those feelings. In other words, the Law of Attraction applies to your physical actions as well as to your mental and emotional state of being. Every action you take (which you’ll remember is dictated by your vibration) sends out an energetic frequency into the world and is directly linked to the types of things you manifest or don’t manifest into your life. When you take actions from an expanded awareness, you send out positive, expansive energy which magnetizes even more of what you desire. The universe is ready to bless you It won’t happen overnight, and it won’t always be easy, but I promise you this… The journey toward living abundantly will be worth every rise and fall, every success and blunder, and every revelation and suppression. You’ll move from a life that is focused on the body and physical reality to a focus on spirit, from a limited sense of self to an unlimited sense of self, and from a sense of separateness to a sense of unity with everything you desire. So become inspired to action!  Don't forget to subscribe to my podcast so you don't miss out on any new episodes.  Have questions?  Send me a voicemail directly from here on the platform.  Thank you for sharing this time with me,  I pray only great things happen to you today!  Clara --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/mysticalmagicaldeath/message
Mastering An Attitude of Gratitude
May 18 2022
Mastering An Attitude of Gratitude
Gratitude is a positive emotion that involves being thankful and appreciative and is associated with several mental and physical health benefits. When you experience gratitude, you feel grateful for something or someone in your life and respond with feelings of kindness, warmth, and other forms of generosity. The word gratitude can have a number of different meanings depending on how others use it and in what context. Gratitude is something that has interested religious scholars and philosophers since ancient times. Research on gratitude didn't take off until the 1950s, as psychologists and sociologists began to examine the impact that gratitude could have on individuals and groups. Since then, interest in the topic has grown considerably as the potential health benefits became increasingly apparent. While gratitude is generally viewed as having a host of wide-ranging benefits, there are situations where it may have some downsides. For example, if you view it as a situation that creates a debt, it may make you feel a sense of obligation that could potentially contribute to feelings of stress. The pressure to feel grateful, particularly around certain times of the year such as Thanksgiving and Christmas, can also contribute to feelings of stress. And sometimes putting all your energy into feeling grateful can cause you to neglect things that actually do require some criticism. For example, if you are so focused on feeling grateful for your partner, you might overlook or accept certain behaviors that are harmful to your well-being However, it is important to remember that these potential pitfalls are relatively minor compared to the overwhelming benefits of practicing gratitude. You shouldn’t put too much pressure on yourself, but making an effort to cultivate a sense of gratitude is something worth adding to your daily life. If you or someone you know is having a mental health crisis, please reach out for support.   Call the National Suicide Prevention Hotline at 1-800-273-8255 --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/mysticalmagicaldeath/message