Archive for November 2016

Philosophy of Stoicism

Nov 30th, 2016 | By

by William Ferraiolo Stoicism is an ancient Greek philosophy. The Stoics presented their philosophy as a way of life and they thought that the best indication of an individual’s philosophy was not what a person said but how that person behaved. (Wikipedia) Key Names: Founder – Zeno of Citium a Helenistic thinker – Greece 300BC Ancient Philosophers –

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THE WEEKLY RUNE – ISA by Kelley Harrell

Nov 29th, 2016 | By

For the week of 27 November 2016 In which the game is on. Isa is the half-month rune through 28 November. Uruz is the intuitive stave, and Jera indicates the planet’s needs. Read right to left is Isa, then Uruz, followed by Jera. The half-month rune is set by the runic calendar, and governs for a tad over two

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Responding to the Trauma of the Presidential Election in Four Dimensions

Nov 28th, 2016 | By

by John C. Robinson, Ph.D., D.Min. Introduction The 2016 presidential election triggered an unexpected and nearly unbearable trauma for over half of the American people. For many, it felt like the death of a loved one, or the assassinations of John Kennedy, Martin Luther King, and Robert Kennedy, or the nightmare of 9/11. It felt like

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Life Cycle and Other New Poems 2006 – 2016

Nov 25th, 2016 | By

by Nicholas Hagger Selected Poems Crystals The April sun sparkles Like crystals in the sun. These crystals on my palms Glisten from the One.   Last night in the moonlight Tiny stones in the frost Sparkled like crystals Or stars that had got lost.   The sparkling stones outside, This sparkling sea and skin, Rejoice

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First Dazzling Chill of Winter

Nov 19th, 2016 | By

by Nicholas Hagger Extracts Noah’s Pageant “I’m a countryman,” said the retired stockbroker over breakfast. “I live in Gloucestershire. I’ve got animals. It’s not much but I spend all my time looking after them: sheep, donkeys, poultry. Many years ago I wrote a book about the rural church. It says in one sentence that vicars

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Challenging Times

Nov 17th, 2016 | By

by Altazar Rossiter PhD “There must be some way out of here” Said the joker to the thief “There’s too much confusion, I can’t get no relief” ~ All Along the Watchtower / Bob Dylan It seems that the human world is moving into a new phase of instability. The old order [that’s to say

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Colour Numerology

Nov 15th, 2016 | By

by June McLeod June McLeod invented her unique method of using colour with number to reveal insights and to highlight positives to expand upon and negatives to be aware of. Like the peeling of an onion, the chart will reveal many insights to those who have the required standard of colour knowledge, persistence to persevere

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Focus on the Positives

Nov 11th, 2016 | By

by Altazar Rossiter The initial reaction amongst many conscious people to the US election result is shock and despair. You might think that this is natural, but I doubt that it is. As the results were coming in I could feel the energies of fear building in the collective. I slept little overnight, and with

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A selection of Memoir writing from O Books

Nov 8th, 2016 | By

Memoir: A book or other piece of writing based on the writer’s personal knowledge Human beings love stories and storytelling, from cave paintings, through to news media, to today’s social media. We weave tales in our everyday lives, we experience something that is noteworthy and look for the first person to tell. Writers are so

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Nov 4th, 2016 | By

Last year I reported on the annual retreat of the Soul Voyagers’ Network, at which the principal speaker was the violinist Paul Robertson, who founded the renowned Medici Quartet. He spoke to us about his NDE experiences, when he was in a coma for six weeks, and sadly he has subsequently died, on July 26th

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