In a world of problems and solutions, few ideas spur both immediate hope and skepticism as the idea of free energy, and, on the brink of ecological disaster, nothing may be of greater importance to the human race.
Canadian citizens are guaranteed rights and privileges that the inhabitants of many other countries envy. Yet, with worsening working conditions, increasing taxation, crumbling public services, lowering food quality, and an ever-increasing national debt, my old rose-colored glasses cannot hide the truth anymore. Despite the six … More
Barbara-Lynn Freed, Contributor
1. The Benefits of Personal Responsibility
Accepting responsibility for your life can be profoundly transformational, as it enables you to live consciously and be in charge of everything that happens to you. The keys to this enlightened way of life are through self-examination with a … More
“Danger: real probability of the awakening of terror and dread, from which there will be no turning back.” –Ernest Becker
Caveat lector: reader beware!
To be or not to be, is that not the essential question? Or maybe it’s: to … More
Science should open the doors of devices that religions have been keeping closed. There is a vast universe outside you – it is infinite. You can go on and on exploring it, there is no end. But there is a bigger universe within you, and so close … More
If you’re dealing with symptoms that no one can diagnose, much less treat effectively, maybe there’s someplace else you’ve yet to look. I’ve been in alternative medicine for twenty years; in 2012 I started attracting clients who had already done everything they and others … More
Lewis Herridge, Contributor
In Aldous Huxley’s enduring master piece Brave New World, you find that world controllers have created an ‘ideal’ society. They cleverly use genetic engineering, brainwashing, recreational drugs and sex to keep all it members happy consumers. Many people draw comparisons as to where our … More
Ida Lawrence, Contributor
Communication within the consciousness movement seems like the Tower of Babel sometimes, with all of us speaking different languages. That old Tower story is definitely a separation story, maybe even an ego/separation story. Since we’re into oneness, and that requires a whole lot of allowing, … More
Julian Wash, Contributor
Today I wish to return to your awareness an aspect of the Human condition that serves as a device for control. It’s a system that operates silently in the background, carefully and methodically. The intent seems clear. It is to create the unclear. … More
Thoughts are always subversive. Only people who do not think are not subversive. Thinking is a crime. Jesus is crucified, Socrates is poisoned, Gautam Buddha is stoned. These people have not harmed anybody. They were the most loving, most compassionate human beings possible — but they committed … More
Aaron Hoopes, Contributor
In 1970 Alvin Toffler wrote a book titled Future Shock. In the book, Toffler defined the term “future shock” as a psychological state of individuals and, indeed, entire societies. It refers to what happens to people when they are no longer able to cope … More
In Jung’s famous book The Red Book, he comes to a library inside a castle, looking for a place of sanctuary and reflection. When the librarian asks him to choose a book he names The Imitation of Christ by Thomas à … More
Julian Wash, Contributor
There is much talk in the news about people taking sides on a certain issue, and if one believes the headlines, such talk is creating wide division within the masses. But what is division, and why should we care?
An Ancient Tool For … More
Do you feel like you sometimes don’t ‘fit in’ with society? Have you ever caught yourself looking at all of the unhealthy food in someone else’s shopping cart at the grocery store? When you see people blindly following others, does it make you … More