Mind, Body And Spirit

By Rachel Swanoski 

The popularity of mind, body and spirit books, shows that people are really doing a lot of spiritual soul-searching. I am talking about a genre that is positive. It is a positive message of hope, and the people who deliver the messages are sincere – and this includes professional spiritual readers, such as clairvoyants and mediums.

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Clear reasons for growth within the sector include a culture shift in favour of a more holistic approach to science, psychology, and religion, with meditation and spiritual practices becoming increasingly endorsed within women’s mainstream media, there is also more research into near death experiences, and more interest in the power of the mind itself. The emphasis it seems, is shifting from change the world to changing oneself.body, mind & spirit2

Interestingly, there is a subtle but definite shift towards more spiritual practices within large corporations and super brands such as Apple, Google and Yahoo who run courses for their staff. The fiery fire walking activities of the 80’s have given way to retreats and regular application of spiritual practices including meditation. Notably the companies who promote the more spiritual approach to business through top-down activity are people on their spiritual path. It is clear that more and more of these practices are beginning to penetrate mainstream business, with the outcome being a welcome duality of increase on the bottom line and productivity.

Fringe beliefs are now the real growth markets and barometers of spiritual searching. Modern society is seeking more meaning and purpose and is moving away from organised religion, which simply does not provide adequate answers for life after death, and many other mystical truths.

Clearly, holistic spirituality is growing, even in the face of obvious hostility from society at large, with most media owners giving mere slithers of lip service to the genre (The Daily Mail runs a minuscule piece in its weekly female feature, typically offering meditation tips.). A recent phone poll in 2011 to a popular ITV daily breakfast show revealed 78% belief in psychic powers, whilst at least a third of callers for the survey claimed their experience of a psychic reading had prompted a belief in the existence of the spiritual.

Spiritual inbody, mind & spiritdividuals have been described as wacky, alternative and most certainly slightly ‘woo woo’. Yet these mystic individuals hold the key to unravelling the modern day pariah of the stressful, difficult, urban life.

Holistic spirituality has a surprisingly detailed doorway, within that doorway lies layers to enhance the soul for the healthy explorer. 70% of callers to the service provided at Psychic Sight 2011 reported clarification of thought, calm, and a mastery of the self which led to the curbing of unhealthy instincts within their personal relationships, something we all sometimes face.

Rachel Swanoski writes for the metaphysical industry and in particular around the theme of energy readers such as clairvoyants, mediums, tarot readers and psychics. The core objective of the themed articles is to advance world awareness.

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