Liberation and Freedom with Andrew Cohen

An avid reader of the groundbreaking biannual What Is Enlightenment? magazine, founded by spiritual teacher and author Andrew Cohen, I was interested in learning...

Overcoming Shame – A Big Step on a Man’s Journey

I moved to Minnesota in February 1989 for all of the wrong reasons. I thought it was for a woman. I was wrong. I...

Natural Law: An Interview with John Hagelin

During an historic press conference on July 2, 2003, in Washington, D.C., Dr. John Hagelin, renowned quantum physicist and Natural Law Party 2000 presidential...

Stuart Saves His Country: An interview with Al Franken and Stuart...

(with contributions from Maureen Gallagher Hansen and Nancy Gallagher) It's easier to put on slippers than to carpet the whole world. -- Al Franken in Stuart...

Destiny of Souls: An Interview with Michael Newton

Hypnotherapist Michael Newton, author of Journey of Souls, returns with a more detailed examination of life between lives "The sacred truths of our etheric history...

Living in the Heart: An interview with Drunvalo Melchizedek

We've seen the peace protestors and those advocating the liberation of Iraq. Two sides, both of whom believe they're right, in vocal opposition. And...

Living on The Edge

It was 1994 and I had just purchased my first personal computer. I subscribed to America Online and paid outrageously high hourly fees to...

Restoring the Sacred Hoop

A University of Minnesota teacher reconnects his Gen X students to their spiritual center  She was about 19 years old but seemed younger. I knew...

The Re-enchantment of Everyday Life: An interview with Thomas Moore

Somewhere along the way to three cars in every garage, American society lost or misplaced something important: its enchantment with life and the world....

Sensing the Spatial

When I was a small child I had two favorite places in our house. One was the cupboard under the stairs, a small, dark...

Birthing The Edge

I used to work as the communications manager for the State of Minnesota's Department of Human Services -- for a project that was computerizing...

Grass Roots with a Marketing Plan: A Conversation on the Founding...

In the 1970s and '80s, Gary Beckman sold revolutionizing devices called the calculator, the cassette tape recorder, videocassette recorders, and the personal computer. By...

True Healer: The Edge interview with Norm Shealy, M.D.

How this healing pioneer plans to revolutionize health care, without the support of mainstream disease care Healing pioneer Dr. Norm Shealy, who entered medical school...

The Translucent Revolution

An Edge Life Interview with Arjuna Ardagh on how you are waking up and changing the world Translucence, the quality of allowing light to pass...

A Talk with Lakota Elder Wallace Black Elk

"We must clean up what we put in our children’s minds" -- Wallace Black Elk It was an honor and privilege to spend an hour...

Blessed with Grace through The Edge

Around 1995 my mate, Jerry Buckanaga, and I did presentations at the University of Minnesota on alternative healing. He shared the power of Native...

An interview with Michael Ventura

An Artist Without Obsession Isn't Worth a Damn! According to author John Updike: "The ditch digger, the dentist, and the artist go about their work...