Archive for August 2018

The Art of Nothingness

Aug 28th, 2018 | By

by Paramananda Ishaya Here comes nothing. Regardless of what type of practice we may use to explore our infinite nature, there is one common experience. What is the usual response when going inward through the practice of meditation? “There is nothing there. There is nothing.” Other than thinking, nothingness seems to be the primary result of

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“There’s a Cockroach in My Ear”

Aug 17th, 2018 | By

by Louis M. Profeta Now, before you think it’s funny, trust me, it isn’t. Anyone who has ever had a cockroach or any other bug in their ear can tell you it is horrifically painful. Picture that little insect with its sharp, hairy claws, replete with hooks and nails to allow it to climb up

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Naked Tarot: The Fool

Aug 15th, 2018 | By

by Janet Boyer Extract from Naked Tarot Stripped Down Overview: When you idolize Pee Wee Herman, long for Michael Jackson’s backyard amusement park or wish for Peter Pan’s eternal youth, you be a Fool, fool. Perched on a precipice without a parachute, ignoring the warnings of both dog and man, we can’t figure out if

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Living in Feeling by Russel Williams, edited by Steve Taylor

Aug 13th, 2018 | By

Russel Williams was one of the most remarkable enlightened spiritual teachers of our time. After an early life of extreme hardship – leaving school at the age of 11, and becoming an orphan shortly afterwards – he underwent a spiritual awakening at the age of 29. Since the late 1950s, he was a spiritual teacher

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