Archive for March 2016

Bernardo Kastrup in 2016?

Mar 30th, 2016 | By

by Bernardo Kastrup As I sit outside today under glorious spring weather, enjoying a glass of my favorite Weiße with the warm sun shinning on my face, it feels as though 2016 has only just begun. Yet, in the dark months of winter we now leave behind my philosophical productivity was in overdrive. My ideas have congealed

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Find Your Purpose – Follow Your Destiny

Mar 22nd, 2016 | By

If we study some of the great philosophers from Aristotle to Carl Jung, we find that we must find our purpose and discover meaning.  This is what the Buddhists mean by finding Right Labor or Livelihood.    Pythagoras around 600BC spoke of these issues also.  In the Golden Verses, Pythagoras says, “Love Yourself Like Your Destiny

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There’s No Such Thing as Society

Mar 22nd, 2016 | By

Mrs Thatcher was famously said to have once announced “there’s no such thing as society” – meaning that we’re all individuals and, presumably, that society is little more than an intellectual construct. Living through that decade – the 80’s – was about coming to terms with a whole range of privatisations, from Steel to BT to British Gas. (Rail

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Confessions of a Reluctant Mystic

Mar 16th, 2016 | By

John Robinson, Ph.D., D.Min. Psychologist, Interfaith Minister, Author I am a mystic. This is my confession. All my work, beginning with Death of a Hero, Birth of the Soul to The Divine Human (in press) has been the product of an unfolding mystical revelation. It was given to me fully formed from the start but

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When Churchyards Yawn

Mar 14th, 2016 | By

The years have hidden most of their features now, covering the truth with blackberry brambles, towering maples or elms, and often hurriedly piled soil. But like the shell holes of forgotten wars, the mass graves that dot our landscape tell those who will learn, about what really happened in the cold and deadly halls of

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Marrying Bipolar by Natasha David

Mar 10th, 2016 | By

  Dealing with Bereavement and Mental Health in the Workplace: a Personal Story Natasha David     Offering meaningful support to those battling mental illness or grief is easier said than done at most workplaces. But with a little compassion, managers can do very simple things to help their employees facing tough times. My story starts

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Mindful Insomnia

Mar 7th, 2016 | By

Possibly a bit of an oxymoron, that heading, but I think it is appropriate. The night-time visitor that plagues so many seems to have become a bit of a fixture in my life, and given that I’m not the ‘bounce out of bed and do something like the ironing’ (I don’t do ironing really) kind

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Benefits of Awakened Kundalini

Mar 6th, 2016 | By

  Judy Hall As little actual scientific study has been done on the effects of kundalini much of the information comes from anecdotal evidence and hundreds of years of esoteric reportage especially in Vedic literature. Numerous reports reveal that benefits include:         Kundalini benefits being more fully present in daily life unconditional

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Cheeky Bibliomancy – Your True Colours

Mar 3rd, 2016 | By

Welcome to our beautiful, thought provoking and/or thought challenging random wisdom. The wisdom will be taken from one of our many Soul Rocks titles, and will be as random as the publisher picking up the book, opening it to wherever it falls and quoting the most inspirational thing she sees! Consider this bibliomancy (divination through the

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