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
Mike Adams, Divinity Now
Much of modern science remains stuck in an endless inward spiral of false paradigms. That’s why “scientific” medicine, for example, offers no real answers to the really big diseases: cancer, diabetes, heart disease, Alzheimer’s, and so on.
More importantly, modern medicine will never solve … More
Gregg Prescott, M.S., In5D Guest
Why do introverts tend to be highly spiritual?
Society dictates that we follow specific images projected by the main stream media, so why do introverts tend to rebel from these stereotypes?
Introverts tend to look within for answers versus having the need for … More
Ida Lawrence, Contributor
Rumor has it that women are amazingly strong. Do we always have to be strong? When looking at alternative ways to be, it seems like strong is the only choice. But I wonder about that. Eventually we realize that strong in conscious awareness seems a … More
Chris Bourne, Openhand Contributor
People of the world rise up
Right now, people around the world are speaking of rebellion against this unjust system that not only supports our lives, but controls them. Rioting is happening on the streets of Istanbul and in Brazil, the people are rallying … More
Rene Descartes, Contributor
We have been told, long enough, that you cannot change Human Nature, but I say to you, Human Nature can be changed, and, what’s more, Human Nature must be changed if we are to reach our full potential. Which I, for one, am determined to … More
Sharon Chayra, The Shaman’s Well
A wise man once said that though we may travel our earth path alone, we carry with us ghosts. Ghosts of loved ones, ghosts of those that have passed, as well as ghosts of thought such as worry, obsession, regret, sorrow and challenge. … More
Sean Lang, Bushido Runner
The Marathon Monks of Mt. Hiei are part of a Tendai monastic order on Mt. Hiei in Japan. These monks are spiritual athletes of the highest order, who run 40km a day for 100 days. Made known to the public by John Stevens’ book, … More
The Shaman’s Well
Walking a Labyrinth can be a beautiful healing journey bringing great insight for you around a particular issue or about your life. Catalyst magazine will start us off on our look at what a labyrinth experience is like:
A maze is a puzzle to … More