Dan Millman on The Four Purposes of Life


Dan Millman is a former world champion athlete and author of 14 books, including Way of the Peaceful Warrior (1980). In his latest book, The Four Purposes of Life,

Three Ways of Seeing Subtle Energy

Donna Eden-awaken

by Donna Eden: Energy Synesthesia—Synesthesia (“joining of the senses”) is the vivid, involuntary experiencing of one sensory mode through another (“tasting” a color, “seeing” a sound, or “smelling” a shape).

That Which Always IS


If you’re familiar with Tolle, then Adyashanti is someone you’ll like. I’ve listened to “Spontaneous Awakening” a few times already.

The Law Of Responsibility

Dan Millman-awaken

by Dan Millman: “United we stand, divided we fall. Many hands make light work. No one is smarter than all of us”

Milton Erickson’s Contribution To Therapy

Milton Erickson

by Stephen Lankton, MSW, DAHB:  I am writing about Erickson‘s contribution to therapy in terms of epistemology and ontology and run the risk of being mistaken as an article on philosophy.

Christmas-Its Spiritual Meaning

Swami Sivananda-awaken

by Swami Sivananda: Christmas is known to all men the world over historically as the memorable day of the birth of Jesus, the Saviour. 

Reflections on Shunryu Suzuki’s Zen Mind, Beginner’s Mind

Shunryu Suzuki-awaken

by Ken Russell: Certain books are so outstanding that I find it hard to even begin to approach them. Zen Mind, Beginner’s Mind is one of them. This is truly a gem, the only book by Shunryu Suzuki Roshi, a contemporary Zen master, that was published before he died in 1971.

The Meaning of Om


Ommm. It’s often the first and last sound in your ears in a yoga class. But what does it mean?

The Mastery of Love


by don Miguel Ruiz: To love is one of the biggest challenges for humanity.  In attempting to understand love, people are pulled farther and farther away from the truth of love.

The Law Of Integrity


Integrity means living and acting in alignment with spiritual law and with our highest vision, despite impulses to the contrary.