Archive for September 2017

Becoming a Lightbearer

Sep 23rd, 2017 | By

by Altazar Rossiter PhD Whenever I sit down to write an article I check out what’s going on in the world according to the media. There’s no doubt about it, the world’s in a mess. The environment is destroyed, wars are being fought in places many people haven’t heard of, wars are about to break out

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Sex, drugs, drinking and dying with the frat boys

Sep 21st, 2017 | By

Reprinted from LinkedIn (https://goo.gl/n9Rn1z) by Louis M. Profeta Most bowed their heads or held their hands across their mouths as I described how it would happen. I told them that they will awaken with the smell of shit filling their bedroom. The lights will probably be low and the shades pulled and, because they are

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Fetch Me a Cup of Water

Sep 5th, 2017 | By

Extract from Bedtime Stories for Elders by John C. Robinson Fetch Me a Cup of Water – The Power of Enchantment Despite its profundity, our discovery of the ultimate significance of consciousness can be lost and forgotten in a heartbeat. This next oft-told tale from the Eastern spiritual traditions illustrates how easily fantasy and illusion repossess

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Verging on madness?

Sep 4th, 2017 | By

by Judy Hall, originally published, in a longer article @ judyhall.co.uk Last night I finally found time to watch a programme on psychosis that I’d recorded some time ago. Listening to the experiences of the people hearing voices and experiencing vivid hallucinations, I was reminded of something a schizophrenic friend asked me many years ago:

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