We love compiling happy stories from around the world for our Positively Newsworthy section. Focusing on all that is good in the world is a sure-fire way to raise our spirits. Enjoy the Autumn 2020 edition of Positively Newsworthy below.
One of our favourite sections of the magazine is Positive Vibes, as it gives us an opportunity to speak to many established and emerging names in the holistic world, whose work we deeply admire. Today, we wanted to share Summer Vibes, from our recently-released Summer 2020 issue. Read on to learn about the companies, events and news we’re loving this season!
Here is a sneak peek of our most recent Spirituality & the City series, where six people talk about the things that make them grateful. You can read the other stories in the series by picking up a free copy of our Autumn 2017 issue from one of our wonderful stockists across Ireland. Alternatively, you can subscribe to the magazine and have the Autumn issue – as well as the next three magazines for the year ahead – delivered right to your door!
Change is my true friend and teacher, and the very core of Life itself. When it appears, in any way it presents itself, from challenging to deeply satisfying and everything in between, what is your reaction? Change could involve the loss of a loved one, challenges in your own health, losing your career, getting married and having children, having to sacrifice your old self-centred ways, or being moved to an unknown situation that challenges your current way of being. When things make you very uncomfortable, when you feel like you have absolutely no control over the outcome of anything, will you shut down and distract yourself with something else? Or will you face this discomfort, hear it, feel it, deeply allow it, and grow in wisdom, compassion and truthfulness? Nothing in this life is guaranteed, and even the greatest difficulties can be used for the highest thing, for your own freedom.
If you enjoyed this sneak peek, check out the full article in our Autumn 2017 issue, available in stockists throughout the country now.