ISSN 1538-1080

Category: Commentary

Intimations of Immortality: Subtle Experiences of Birth and Death

Overview Many have noticed that the veil between this world and the subtle realms is thinner at and after times of birth, as well as at death. The English poet William Wordsworth worded this most worthily in his great poem Ode. Intimations of Immortality from Recollections of Early Childhood (1807): Our birth is but a

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Beyond All This

Beyond symbol, art, and myth Beyond history, politics, and dogma There breathes my God. Beyond bigotry, self-interest, and greed Beyond intolerance, oppression, and violence There waits my God. Beyond uncertainty, skepticism, and doubt Beyond despair, suffering, and loss There breathes my God. For years, I doubted my God I felt betrayed by intolerant dogma I

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Goose bumps: Phenomenon of spirituality and body-mind cleansing?

Many of us experience that prickly feeling with our body hair standing on end and our skin in goose bumps at various times. This is often associated with chills, shivers and certain emotional states. Less known, however, is that this prickle is informative and effective in the fields of health care and spirituality. This is

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Subtle Energy Enhancements in Farm and Field

Subtle Energies in earths landscape are in every way analogous to those in the human body. Pathways of chi similar to the meridians of chi in our own body are variously termed earth meridians, dragon lines, ley lines, grid lines, song lines and other appellations in other cultures. Research has shown that these lines were

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Diabetes Lends Itself to a Holistic Approach

I strongly encourage individuals to discover areas in their lives in which taking more responsibility for choice supports well-being. A case in point was a recent story shared with me of Sandler, a woman who claimed to have healed herself from the ravaging results of diabetes mainly by changing her lifestyle and attitude. When I

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Post-Darwinian Psychology: Does Mind Really Matter?

The perceived causal relationship between body and mind is central to various psychotherapy theories. This paper speculates on the evolutionary aspect of this relationship since the Big Bang, as well as on causality and on how these issues are relevant to psychotherapy practice, especially in the Zeitgeist of a growing confidence in genetics, biochemistry and,

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Benefits of Intergenerational Programming

Abstract Said the little boy, Sometimes I drop my spoon. Said the old man, I do that too. The little boy whispered, I wet my pants. I do that too, laughed the little old man. Said the little boy, I often cry. The old man nodded, So do I. But worst of all, said the

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FEAD Yourself a Different Way

When I rolled out my first series of Mindful Eating classes in 2006, I had no idea how deeply the class participants would be getting into the roots of their maladaptive eating patterns. We were soon opening up hidden reservoirs of pain and suffering many of which had their origins in the antiquity of their

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