Video – Dr. Gabor Maté as he explains how ayahuasca works and how it can possibly cure addictions.
Bernie Suarez, Guest Waking Times The experience of humanity is driven and defined by our own consciousness, which is a product of our sophisticated brain functions. We are consciousness in every way shape and form. Control of this miracle of consciousness is sought by a few individuals who are actually suffering from a mental (disconnect) disorder. What […]
Julie Henderson, Contributor Waking Times Imagine that you found the doorway that leads out of here. You woke up and bolted out of the film house and suddenly found yourself standing square-shouldered, bright-eyed, and reenergized as an outside observer looking back at a simulated construct. The newsstands, the gym, the church, the school, the cafe, […]
Max Igan, Guest Waking Times Looking at the global situation from the perspective of fear is counterproductive. We need to look at it from a perspective of concern, and see the opportunity that lies in having the knowledge of the global situation. There are opportunities in all these problems. Many people, when they discover the […]
Andy Thomas, New Dawn Waking Times Intense speculation on the ‘ruling elite’ many believe is running the world from behind the scenes can lead to the presumption that it is all-powerful and infallible. But is it? Identifying the human foibles and underlying desires of those who may be planning centralised domination could lead to a […]
Bohemian Mom Waking Times In order to succeed, your desire for success should be greater than your fear of failure. –Bill Cosby My children enjoy a great deal of freedom. When I was child, we also had freedom. It was OK to take a bus alone, walk slowly to a friend’s house exploring along the […]
Catherine Lamb and Elaine McLellan, Guest Writers Waking Times Good ideas abound, presented by caring individuals with skills and knowledge to share; organic gardens, survival skills, the promise of new industry and medicine from hemp and cannabis, etc. It truly does offer hope. Solutions swirl around us like a storm yet we remain paralyzed and […]
Marianne Wells, Guest Writer Waking Times Much of our irritations and anger arise not so much from interruptive events that happen, but the scenarios we imagine to bring about these events. The simple truth is that there will always be things that arise in our lives that are unpleasant and disruptive. Yoga teaches us that […]