Psychology

Colour on Sleep Patterns

Oct 25th, 2017 | By

by June McLeod I decided to look deeper into the impact of bedding colour on sleep patterns. Does the colour of sheets and pillow slips impact on sleep? And if so, how much? And what are the effects? Traditionally, indigo and deep blue were the colours to use in the bedroom. I wanted to test

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Interview with Dancing with the Stars Contestant Lindsey Stirling

Oct 20th, 2017 | By

  Lindsey Stirling, the “Rock Star Violinist” who broke onto the modern music scene with the arresting sounds from her violin, is now on Dancing with the Stars 2017 partnering professional dancer Mark Ballas.       Here is an Interview conducting in Machel Shull’s book, Live Love Soul Lindsey, seeing your concert at the Henry

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Collective Karma and “Blowback”

Oct 1st, 2017 | By

by William Ferraiolo Chalmers Johnson’s book, Blowback: The Costs and Consequences of American Empire offers a prescient analysis of the dangers presented by an unchecked U.S. military-industrial complex and the likely consequences of American interventionism abroad.  Its prescience is revealed by the fact that Johnson predicted escalating terrorist attacks on the United States and its

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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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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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Happiness by Jane Bailey Bain

Aug 25th, 2017 | By

Whatever happened to ‘happy ever after’? You waited so long for everything to work out right. You’ve tried hard to be a kind child, a fair friend, a loyal lover. It doesn’t seem fair that you’re still searching for the answers.  Sometimes you just don’t feel that you can carry on. Of course, you know quite

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3 Ways to Help a Child to Live the Good Life

Jul 10th, 2017 | By

By Heather Grace MacKenzie (originally published at www.heathergrace.co.uk So what exactly is ‘the good life’? The 1970s sitcom called ‘The Good Life’ made an impact on me.  I was very young when it aired, but I realised when watching it that in many ways, as a family, we were already living the good life.  I had

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If You Fall by Karen Darke

Jun 22nd, 2017 | By

I’m not an adrenaline junkie. I just love the wilderness. I love mountains. I love adventure.  I love sharing these places with friends, and meeting strangers. “Someone once said to me, ‘Disability is a state of mind not a state of body.’ That’s a notion that relates to us all, regardless of whether we have a

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Fractal Activism

Apr 24th, 2017 | By

by Angie Aristone Extract from Consciousness Becomes You In my late teens, I moved to New York City. Not long after I arrived, on the Friday of the July long weekend, I was getting off the subway returning home from my last appointment of the week. As I surfaced to street level, I counted my

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BUILD YOUR OWN SPIRITUAL /SELF-HELP LIBRARY – MADE EASY !

Apr 17th, 2017 | By

John Hunt Publishing’s various imprints have built a series of Made Easy titles.  They cover a whole multitude of spiritual ideas and disciplines.  It is a collection of brief introductions which reveal alternative spiritual insights, paths and truths to new and experienced seekers whatever their current faith, practice or creed. All titles are available now

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