Happy Valentine’s Day, Positive Lifers. Whether you are coupled up, single, or spending the day basked in the warmth of family and friends, we hope this day serves as a powerful reminder: You Are Loved. To celebrate this day, we decided to search our archives for some our most popular love-focused articles over the past few years, honouring the beauty of human and Divine love, in all of its forms. Enjoy!
Spirituality and the City
We always love Spirituality in the City, a section of the magazine in which our readers discuss an aspect of spirituality that holds deep meaning for them. The theme of our Winter 2020/21 issue was ‘sovereignty’, so this was the concept our readers explored this time round. Enjoy their reflections below!
We have exciting news to share: our Winter 2020/21 issue has now been released! This one was a real labour of love, and we were delighted to create it for you. Thank you so much, Positive Lifers, for all of your support this year – one of the most extraordinary times in living memory – and we wish you a beautiful, restorative holiday season.
Spirituality in the City is always one of the most eagerly anticipated features of our magazine. In our new Autumn 2020 issue, six readers shared their positive visions for the world. Read them below!
Spirituality in the City is a much-loved section of our magazine, where readers talk about what their spiritual journey means to them. In our Summer 2020 issue, we asked, ‘what was a moment in your life that caused you to reset and reboot?’ The six people below had some beautiful, thought-provoking answers.
We hope everyone is staying well and safe in these turbulent times. If your spirits are in need of a lift, we highly recommend the Spirituality in the City section of our magazine. In the Spring 2020 issue, six readers told us all about the gifts of a new beginning. Read it below.
We absolutely love the Spirituality in the City section of our magazine, where readers describe the beautiful human experiences that have brought meaning and joy into their lives. Read on below for our Winter 2019/20 edition, in which readers answered the question, ‘what does love mean to me?’