Monthly Archives: October 2020

I Think I Like You Better…Dead | An Interview with Cathryn Taylor

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Cathryn Taylor is known for many things, but being a medium is not one of them. Until now. A pioneering therapist in the Twin Cities...

Black Lives Matter

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Why This Tidal Protest Movement will Prod Us to Save the Planet The Black Lives Matter (BLM) movement that surged after George Floyd’s murder...

Practical Wishcraft

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"Few people have the imagination for reality." — Goethe The last time I looked — probably in 2004 when What the Bleep Do We Know!?...

Religion and the One Truth

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An excerpt from The Science of Religion This year marks the 100th anniversary of the arrival in the West of Paramahansa Yogananda, who set foot...

The Secret of Having Everything You Want

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An excerpt from The Secret of Letting Go Everyone wonders whether or not there is one great secret for truly successful living. There is. And...

A Pleiadian Message: God Consciousness and the One

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Beloved ones, we greet you. We fulfill our promise at this sacred time on your planet by holding an energetic mantle for all humanity....

Spirit Leaves: The True Nature of Indigenous Wisdom

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At one point in my life, I answered inquiries about my identity with what I thought was a clever line. I would retort, “I’m...

October Horoscope: Seek Balance

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Mercurial Messages through the Zodiac October brings a month of fair days and deep turmoil, and lovely minutes in the sunshine, during some truly...

Coronavirus, Getting to Know It

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“I view the Earth as a big organism that breathes in and out eternally.” — Johann Goethe Coronavirus attacks humans. What is its purpose? I...

Trikaya Buddhism: Ancient Teachings for Authentic Living in the 21st Century

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Trikaya Buddhism is a modern approach to the Buddhist path in which ancient teachings are integrated into daily life through practical, real-world applications. Teachers...

30 Second Change: Refocus and Accomplish More

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An excerpt from Unreasonable Joy: Awakening Through Trikaya Buddhism During an NHL hockey game, the average ice time for a player per shift is 30...

You Never have to Look too Far for Indigenous Truths

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"With all things and in all things, we are relatives." — Sioux From my personal experience, as I reflect on early days of my life,...

The Powhatan Tribe & Their Use of Plants

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The Powhatan tribe occupied Eastern Virginia in and around the 1600s. It's the same land that English settlers attempted to call their own. Due...

Seasonal Changes and Native American Traditions

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Twenty years ago I met a man who I had prayed to meet. His name was Kendal. I was looking for a Native American...

A Message of Wisdom from the Elders in the Time of Pandemic

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Editor's Note: This message draws upon the elders’ knowledge to offer encouragement and empowerment during the difficult times of the coronavirus pandemic. Be sure...

Spiritual Thoughts on COVID-19: Everybody has been Affected

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God has effected this virus upon us to isolate our souls. This pandemic has given each of us time to examine our personal lives...

In the Grand Scheme of Things

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“Peace, peace, peace,” I said in my mind, “break me off a piece of that universal peace.” While under the direction of a meditation...