Michael Bertrand: Your whole work seems to be in a way about soul making. […]
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Sonia Choquette Ph.D.: Dear Beloved Six Sensories, Once again, by the loving grace of God, we find ourselves, (at least in America,) given the privilege of sharing another beautiful Thanksgiving holiday this month, […]
by Kay Campbell: I can’t quit thinking of a mosquito sipping the blood of His Holiness, the Dalai Lama. […]
Sid: I read Ronald Siegel’s book Intoxication (Dutton, 1989) which I found very interesting. He described drug experiences as just a natural part of all evolution, and even in the wild, animals … […]
by John Cloud: New research on psychedelic drugs shows promise for their therapeutic use. […]
Guru Singh talks about how your hair is like an electric circuitry. You need vitamin D which is absorbed directed from the sunlight into your hair and skin. […]
by Shakti Gawain: A basic need of all human beings is to make a positive contribution to the world and to our fellow beings, as well as to improve and enjoy our personal lives. […]
by Shakti Gawain: One of the most important steps in making your creative visualization work effectively and successfully is to have the feeling of being connected with your inner spiritual source. […]
by Carl Jung: In the following pages I shall attempt a general description of the types, and my first concern must be with the two general types I have termed introverted and extraverted. […]
by : Dr. Christiane Northrup: This summer I’ve been rereading The Healing Secrets of the Ages, by Catherine Ponder, and want to share her insights on adrenal exhaustion. […]