'Guest Articles'

Ade Sluzky

If you have a view to share and would like to reach others, submit your post to us. If we feel it fits with the theme of our blog, we would be honored to post it here. We’re always interested in giving another perspective to our readers and exposure for other writers. We like to explore all beliefs with the condition that tolerance and respect is shown for all.

Dragon Intuitive also has an on-line community in the virtual world of Second Life. We welcome guest blog posts on your Second Life experience. They will be posted on our Second Life ‘One World, Many Paths‘ group site.

Submit the article with a minimum of 300 words to dragonintuitive@yahoo.com, subject ‘Guest Blog’ with a byline about you including a link to your website.

“Whenever I found out anything remarkable, I have thought it my duty to put down my discovery on paper, so that all ingenious people might be informed thereof.” Antonie van Leeuwenhoek (Dutch Biologist, 1632-1723)

“The educated do not share a common body of information, but a common state of mind” Mason Cooley (American , b.1927)

“Our best thoughts come from others.” Ralph Waldo Emerson (American Poet, Lecturer and Essayist, 1803-1882)

More Tests by Ade Sluzky

”You need to lose some weight and we’re going to have to conduct some more tests.” The sensation of a stone, high-diving down into the pit of my stomach made me feel as pale as I felt I looked. I… Seek More

The Final Strawman by Ade Sluzky

Zarathustra stepped out of Plato’s cave to face the music of the spheres of influence. He saw straw men building houses of cards. Paper tigers were prowling the silver lining around the clouds. Many hands were making light work whilst… Seek More

Storm Before the Calm by Ade Sluzky

Between the radicals and the refugees Water running out and the rising seas The misinformation in the fog of war The unjust lessons from above the law Do those that hate me for where I stand Take a moment to… Seek More

Work Hard Or Work with Love by Sanchit Khera

What would you choose? If you’re responsible for people or projects to get done, then do you go into alpha-mode and get everything done with efficiency and speed? Or do you aim to love your job and slow down and… Seek More

My Intuition By Diane Brandon

Intuition is described as immediate apprehension or cognition without evident rational thought and inference. I refer to myself as an Integrative Intuitive Counselor because I bring additional modalities into my work, in addition to my intuition. I do individualized Guided… Seek More

Forget your inner tranquility and live your life till you are here, by Brad Malfoy

Tranquility is a stage which can help us in achieving many things that were not even thought possible. Tranquility is usually described as a place which is a shaded woody area, within a waterfall or beautiful garden playing around with butterflies. It… Seek More

Teachings from Mayan and Hawaiian Cultures By Malana Ashlie

I left Hawaii to live in Honduras in an effort to lessen the distance between me and my family in the Midwest, and to move further from a conventional lifestyle. Prayer, meditation and imaging brought a buyer for our home… Seek More

The Spirituality of Writing by Julie Ellis

A Muse By Any Other Name… It is no accident that so many writers, through centuries, have spoken of their “muses.” Some have obviously used the term in a secular and humorous way, to refer to those times when their… Seek More

Tune Into Your Higher Self By Edwige Bingue

I am a spiritual life coach/ Lightbody Mentor/ healer/ activator/ radio host. Your light body is an energy body made out of light particles. It is a grid work of light and sacred geometry that brings together your physical, emotional,… Seek More

Learning How to Dance With Life by Ron McDiarmid

Life’s pleasures are derived not from the things that happen to us. In fact, they are created by how we respond to life’s ups and downs. Two people in the same situation can respond entirely differently due to their perceptions.… Seek More