Transformation

Are you in a journey of Transformation? This articles in Transformation Magazine will help you in that Transformation.

Is Your Reality Boxed In?

By Joeel A. Rivera There have been moments of great change and transformation throughout my life, to the extent that I feel as if I have lived many lives within one. As we grow up, we develop ideas about relationships,…

Taking Flight – The Imaginal Cells

By Natalie Amsden When a caterpillar approaches its time of transformation, it begins to eat ravenously, consuming everything in sight. The caterpillar outgrows its own skin many times, until it is too bloated to move. It turns its world on…

Changing Direction in Life

By Sheri Rosenthal Years ago, before embarking on my spiritual path, I believed that I would, and should, have a career that would last until my retirement. But since then, and after many years questioning such beliefs and programming, I…

The Last Judgment on Mog Mog

By Judith Fein Over the past few decades, I have been privileged to witness two births, a handful of baby-welcoming ceremonies, and many marriages. I also have accompanied more than one person to the final threshold of life. All the…

Psychology and the Law of Attraction

By Natalie Amsden, Publisher of Transformation Magazine Since the popular book and movie The Secret hit the shelves in 2006, the concept of The Law of Attraction (LOA) has spread like wildfire, attracting believers and critics alike. Believers—who call themselves…

Wired for Joy

We all have the ability to create any emotion we want to experience at the flick of a switch. Imagine someone brings you a big, juicy lime. That person cuts into it, and the lime juice squirts onto you. He…

Achieving Freedom Through Education

Editor’s note: In an issue focusing on children, I am proud to share the words of this young woman’s commencement address, which was delivered at Hillsborough Community College’s (HCC) graduation ceremony this spring. The insight and wisdom or our youth…

Eliminate Childhood Mind Viruses

Every one of us exits childhood with our own unique cocktail of patterns, programming, beliefs, habits, preferences, expectations, and mind viruses. Some of these ingrained pieces of our psyche are positive, such as saying please and thank you, brushing our…

The Story of Joy

Reflecting on the theme of joyful living led me to an online search of the word joy. I was surprised by the high number of links to consumer spending. While I don’t believe buying things is bad, I do think…

Without Gratitude You’ve Probably Got a Bad Attitude!

Everyone has something to be grateful for. Whether it is clothes on your back, food on your plate, family, your job, your car, your health, your divorce, the death of someone who is suffering, friends, or your pet, there is something to be thankful for. Often the things that we judge to be bad are simply events we are not enjoying in the moment – without any regard for the blessing that change can bring in the long run.