Linda George, Contributor
Having studied naturopathy and holistic healing for over 30 years now, and practising (for the most part) the principles of healthy living – I have to say, I’m depressed. The world is crazy. I am probably more informed than most on the dangers of fluoridation, … More
Zen Gardner, Guest
This has mostly to do with the conscious community but can be applied at any level. Wherever there is spiritual juice you’ll find the givers, the takers, and the very clever manipulators. It’s just a fact of life. Some people just can’t help themselves, … More
Amanda Froelich, Guest
How many times have you heard ‘meditation is good for you!’, yet you resist the actual act of sitting in silence because the mind is too great a foe to face? You’re not alone if the word ‘meditation’ strikes more fear than chords of peace, … More
Julian Rose, Contributor
Click here for Part I of this essay, ‘On the Inside of Darkness.’
‘Remember, you came here with a purpose’
In the first essay under this title, we took a voyage into the heart of a microcosmic ‘black hole’ in order to explore the inner … More
Peter Russell, Spirit of Now
The building where I used to run a meditation group was on the same street as a fire station. One could almost guarantee that sometime during the meditation a fire engine would come rushing past, sirens wailing. Not surprisingly, people would afterwards complain. … More
Dr. Stewart Bitkoff, Contributor
“At the beginning I was mistaken in four ways. I sought to remember God, to know Him, and to seek Him. When I had come to the end, I saw that He had remembered me before I remembered Him, that His knowledge of me … More
Meditation makes you a master and the mind becomes a slave. And remember: the mind as a master is dangerous because, after all, it is a machine; but the mind as a slave is tremendously significant, useful.
“When I say, “Drop the ego, drop the mind,” I … More
Mike Adams, Natural News
Ask any scientist where life on our planet came from, and they’ll usually give you a one-word answer: “Evolution.” Immediately thereafter, they will usually give you a condescending look that also implies you’re an idiot for not knowing this “scientific fact” that everyone else … More
Ida Lawrence, Contributor
A few months ago I started to write an article on the archetypical ‘wise woman’… the grandmother, the crone or the elder woman. I searched online for some information about the attributes of this archetype in different cultures and found that quite a number of
James C. Wilhelm, Contributor
The sun had risen above the horizon billions of times before anyone took meaningful notice of it. Then, after billions of unnoticed sun cycles, a being witnessed the dawn of a new day and wondered.
Though its eyes had seen this glowing object rise … More
Zen Gardner, Guest
More and more terrific folks are stepping out and making serious conscious-driven life changes and it’s absolutely thrilling. When we’re led by our hearts it can’t go wrong. But that doesn’t mean there won’t be trials, tests and obstacles.
We all have them.
But … More
Christina Sarich, Staff Writer
The brain is a very adaptable organ. It has the cognitive ability to adapt to stress, whether real or imagined, but do violent video games and movies actually help us to adapt to a sadistic world, or help to create one?
Gamers and researchers … More
Julie Umpleby, Contributor
The space-weather community is abuzz with Comet Ison, dubbed by many as ‘The Comet of the Century’. As it travels deeper into our solar system en route to a close encounter with our sun later in November there are many watching with intense interest.
As … More