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Discovering God and Belief in the Wake of a Storm

Ever feel like you’ve lost track of yourself? Like work has taken over? Me too. As great as the last few years have been getting published and getting out there, there’s also been the growing sense of, “Damn –  where’s my vision?” So, after giving a workshop with Betsy Chasse (author Tipping Sacred Cows) in Sedona, […]

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Believing in God in All Shapes and Sizes

I thought I’d long ago gotten past believing in some sort of external “God.” (And by God I mean the anthropomorphized image of a guy in a beard and white robes meting out judgment based in rules of obviously human making.) And then, there I was, sitting in stop-and-go traffic one day. A driver to […]

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The Connection Between Prayer and Meditation

By Linda Lauren In my practice, many people seek my guidance on their spiritual progress.  They want to live more positively and many incorporate prayer into their daily routine.  A client came in the other day to discuss meditation.  Like many novice to the practice, she kept telling me that she simply didn’t have time for […]

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The Spirituality of Sleep

In our fast paced culture, sleep is often elusive. The proliferation of news on sleep research makes clear that the quality and quantity of our sleep directly impact the quality of our health and lives. What happens during sleep remains mostly a mystery for most. We lie down and surrender to slumber. Yet, how we […]

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Thinking Outside the (Skull) Box (Part 13)

Click here to read part 12! By Deepak Chopra, M.D., Menas C. Kafatos, Ph.D., P. Murali Doraiswamy, MBBS, Rudolph E. Tanzi, Ph.D., Neil Theise, MD Getting contemporary physics to begin with the observer meets a great deal of resistance, but an observer-based science has one great advantage: There is no other way to get where […]

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An Open Love Letter to All the Judgmental, Racist, Sexist, Homophobes Out There

By Chris Grosso Hate, negativity, close-mindedness—none of this is new. Being heavily tattooed with big holes in my earlobes, a skateboarder and a fan of punk/hardcore music since my teenage years has left me all too familiar with judgmental people, especially growing up in a small town before these things started to become somewhat socially […]

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“Abused Goddesses”: The Ad Campaign that Tackles Domestic Violence in India

Hinduism is the most widely practiced religion in India and one of the largest religions in the world. It is a faith steeped in the concepts of karma, dharma, and the cycles of birth and death, watched over by central deities Brahma, Vishnu, and Shiva, among others. Hinduism is also traditionally known to be highly […]

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Are You Shopping for Enlightenment?

The most common answer, sadly, is ‘yes’ or ‘maybe’. But it is almost never a ‘no’ for any of us. Our human mind is always chasing something. It constantly prompts you to shed any responsibility and instead place it onto others. Be it social, professional, or spiritual responsibilities. Your mind will not let you take […]

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You exist outside of rules.

 Do you know what happens when I say: “God is love. Love for everyone and everything”? Someone immediately asks: “Including murderers and terrorists?” Sometime they add rapists, too. And I say yes, including murderers and terrorists. And rapists too. But of course that is not an answer that would satisfy anyone so I elaborate, like […]

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This One Goes Out to all the “Nobodies”

I’m a house frau.  I live a relatively ordinary suburban life in New England.  Technically speaking, I’m a nobody.  My name has never been in lights, I have about 14 Twitter followers, I have a moderate talent for writing.  But I do have something that makes me very special.  God lives inside of me.  Yep.  […]

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