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The Three Dangerous Magi

Feb 15th, 2018 | By

by P.T. Mistlberger Osho, Gurdjieff, Crowley. Three names that strike fear into the hearts of many, in particular those with only a tepid interest or involvement in matters of personal transformation, spirituality and the perennial wisdom traditions. And for good reason: these were men who didn’t just upset apple carts and disturb sacred cows, who didn’t

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Becoming Divine Again

Jan 3rd, 2017 | By

by John. C. Robinson For all of you who hear the voices of The Divine Human, who sense the call Rumi, Hafez, Kabir and Walt Whitman to find your own transcendent voice, the one already flowing through you with cosmic wisdom, this is your time. The voice of the universe pours through each of us,

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Crystals and Past Lives

Oct 10th, 2016 | By

by Judy Hall Just lately, the subject of past lives and the need to both heal old traumas and reconnect to our ancient wisdom has been coming up rather too frequently to be ignored. I’ll be doing workshops on this at the College of Psychic Studies, but if you aren’t able to join me, then

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Your life, your choices. Even with cancer.

Oct 5th, 2016 | By

by Margaret Cahill (Reprinted from Bloodwise 23/09/2016) A cancer diagnosis is a terrifying and completely dis-empowering experience. Suddenly all the things you took for granted in life – like health – are swept away and everything is up for grabs. I’m passionate about retaining some sense of sanity when all about is in tatters.    

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Beliefs and Success – Clearing and Growing

May 8th, 2016 | By

Have you ever noticed that many self help and spiritual books have a chapter near the beginning about beliefs? The chapter is usually dedicated to what you were taught as a child, your influences, your perspective on issues of success and prosperity. To make a long story short, most books need to spend a chapter

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Dying to Be Free

Apr 5th, 2016 | By

by Hannah Robinson Introduction In January 1998, I was injured in an accident, sustaining life threatening multiple injuries. During the many months of healing and recovery that followed, I often felt that my life had been cataclysmically shattered and that I would never feel happy or at peace again. But now, seventeen years on, I

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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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Find the Courage to Be You: 4 Ways To Live Authentically

Jan 18th, 2016 | By

“Live your beliefs and you can turn the world around.” ~Henry David Thoreau Authenticity is a buzzword these days. We hear all kinds of advice on how to live it, breathe it, and get more of it. Maybe this is because we are actually drowning in inauthenticity. Advertising bombards us with promises of bigger, better,

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The Power of Death and the Power of Grief

Jan 11th, 2016 | By

by Alistair Conwell For most people, intense sadness is the only outcome associated with death and grief. Yes, death and grief do elicit periods (sometimes prolonged periods) of intense sadness but there is also tremendous transformational spiritual power that can be found in those events too—for the dying and for the living. Physicians know that when

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Shit Happens! Homeopathic Remedies

Nov 24th, 2015 | By

Why Diarrhoea Can Be Caused by Things Other Than Food by Mary English Mary English DSH, MFHT a Homeopath based in Bath, UK gives us some advice on homeopathic first aid treatment for diarrhoea or runny stools and some suggestions of why it might be caused from something more than just food. There are many

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