Monthly Archive: March 2017

Mar 31

Spirituality May Be Underused Tool in Treating Mental Illness

by Dylan Harper New research suggests spirituality may offer benefits for people with mental health issues, but people may encounter barriers when reaching out for this help. Investigators from the University of Southern California School of Social Work discovered that spirituality is often an underused resource in urban communities. To resolve this shortcoming, and to …

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Mar 30

The Therapeutic Value of Ayahuasca

The following is excerpted from Listening to Ayahuasca by Rachel Harris, PhD, published by New World Library. Ayahuasca, a psychedelic brew from the Amazon rainforest, is entering the Western lexicon through the popular media, the internet, and first-person reports. Considered a medicine by practitioners, the tea has great therapeutic potential that is just beginning to …

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Mar 30

How Sacred Science Addresses What Modern Physics Ignores

by Tom Bunzel In a recent attempt to understand how conventional physics “explains” reality, I began to read Lawrence Krauss’ A Universe from Nothing Krauss is one of those famous scientists like Richard Dawkins who doesn’t find anything strange about the fact that existence IS. Instead he takes EVERYTHING for granted and attacks, like Dawkins …

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Mar 30

Living Life in the Flow of Universe

by Frank M. Wanderer On the ordinary days of our life, you work, educate your children, have some fun, build and sustain connections with others, that is, you live an ordinary life. The question is, whether you are mindful during all these things, or you just perform these activities mechanically, automatically. What is the evidence …

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Mar 29

The Convergence, The Unveiling, The Collapse of the Artificial Timeline and the Migration to the Organic Timeline

You are literally all times and spaces within you. This is not hippie stuff, it is literally the stuff of advanced technology and operations. The equations that are used to define the differences between you and other spaces and times are the same equations that define those spaces and times. It’s not that the differences …

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Mar 29

Our Image of the World ~ Alan Watts

“Things are as they are. Looking out into it the universe at night, we make no comparisons between right and wrong stars, nor between well and badly arranged constellations.” – Alan Watts  

Mar 28

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Mar 28

Stop Bullshitting Yourself If You Want to Wake Up (From the True Matrix) Part II: Reloaded

Being lost is for losers. Isn’t it? I certainly thought so. Being lost is for people who are on the couch eating Cheetos. For people in the unemployment line. For anyone who is addicted to drugs. For the mediocre, mindless masses. I never thought of myself as a loser, but I certainly am lost. Almost …

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Mar 28

How The Hundredth Monkey Effect Really Works

By Owen K Waters In 1981, author Ken Keyes popularized a concept which had been introduced a little earlier by biologist Lyall Watson. The “Hundredth Monkey” effect postulated that, when enough monkeys – or people – catch on to a better way of doing things, then the idea suddenly spreads into the awareness of many others. …

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Mar 28

The World and Its Double ~ Terence McKenna (Lecture)

“My technique is don’t believe anything. If you believe in something, you are automatically precluded from believing its opposite.” – Terence McKenna  

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