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Monthly Archives: September 2018

A Women And Spirituality Conference Preview — Everything Dances: The Edge Interview with Donna...

Donna Mejia -- performer, choreographer, director -- is all about movement. Personally. Collectively. Culturally. Her professional background in studying global dance traditions, and her...

Look to the Growing Edge

Around 25 years ago, George Gach, a relative of mine in the Twin Cities area, gave me a subscription to a new periodical for...

What You Can Learn About Business Success and Wealth from John E. Fetzer

John E. Fetzer found as much joy in his quest for spiritual enrichment as he did in the wealth he acquired building a financial...

New Books | Fall 2018

Local Authors The Soul's Journey: Narayan's Preparation for his Next Earthly Life by Warren King (Lanto Press), 216 pages -- What happens before a soul...

Becoming a Channel

Like most people, I've always been more sure of what I don't want than what I do. When I realized I was no longer...

Message from J-Pod Orcas: Humans Heed Our Call

Editor's note: In late July, an orca mother known as Tahlequah (also known as J-35) was observed pushing her dead calf around the waters...

A Pleiadian Message: Reconnecting to your Family of Origin

Beloved ones, we greet you. You are being sent many greetings from the galactic community that currently exists within your resident Universe. There is...

Food First: Quick and Easy, Saucy Cheesy!

This is one of the easy "go-to" recipes in my family. There are very few ingredients and you can either make it ahead of...

September Horoscope: Think!

Let's use our brains this month. Mercury is direct, joining the sun in its own mentally active sign of Virgo on September 5, and...

Twin Cities Pagan Pride returns September 8

Pagan Pride, a free fall event open to the public, returns from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 8, at Minnehaha Falls Park,...

How Food can Nurture the Soul among presentations at Benedictine Center

Dr. Norman Wirzba, professor of theology and ecology at Duke University Divinity School, is coming to St. Paul's Monastery in Maplewood to make several...

The Art of Living is the Art of Starting Over

Adapted from Forty Things I Wish I'd Told My Kids Happiness is an art -- and, like other arts, it requires practice and effort. Our...

Sadness, Loss, and Chronic Pain

First of a two-part series An excerpt from The Pain Companion When we're in severe or chronic pain, our normal life is not available to us...

Wellness in the Face of Death

"Health is a state of body. Wellness is a state of being." - J. Stanford People who are dying can still have good energy. When...

The Language of Our Soul

Have you noticed that children are speaking a different language and many are not speaking at all? We call this "Soul Language," because it...

Open Your Heart to the Hungry, Homeless

Open Your Heart, which has been targeting donations to help hungry and homeless Minnesotans since 1986, is currently responding to an urgent need in...

The Road To Forgiveness

I lost my mother when I was 10 years old. No, she didn't pass away or run away, leaving me behind. She fell into...