by Rabbi Alan Lurie: The goal of all spiritual practice is to help us see that we are more than temporary and meaningless
by Jonathan Robinson: In a conversation I had with the late spiritual teacher Ram Dass (author of “Be Here Now”), he mentioned
by Donna Quesada: In previous decades, we simply called it selfishness, but now the term narcissism has become a standard term,
by Anodea Judith, Ph.D.: Many are the clients who come to me from years of traditional therapy and say,
Gary Zukav: The path to understanding the soul is through the heart, not the mind.
by Cynthia Bourgeault: From the Christian esoteric tradition, a path beyond the mind…
by Dr. Christiane Northrup: Our souls broadcast wisdom to us every night in the form of dreams.
by Jonathan Robinson: On the path toward enlightenment, there is an ever-present obstacle that one must face: fear.
by Donna Quesada: I remember the first time I water-colored. My best friend came over one night with some tubes of paint
by Dr. KD Farris: Bahá’u’lláh, the founder of the Bahá’í Faith, saw peace as a dove whose right wing was the masculine and left wing was the feminine. “Without both wings,” he said, “the dove of peace cannot fly.”