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Love is Stronger Than Death: The Mystical Union of Two Souls

November 15, 2015

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Love is Stronger Than Death: The Mystical Union of Two Souls by Cynthia Bourgeault — This is a guidebook for those who are called to the path of conscious love. This powerful book, written by an Episcopal priest, tells of her intense relationship with Brother Raphael Robin, a Trappist monk and hermit. The romantic yet […]

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Keep it light — 10 steps to managing a health challenge

December 24, 2013

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by Nicky Rolland —  After the age of 40, we are often required to juggle many balls. We not only have to manage our own health, but the health of others as well — our children, spouse, parents or a combination thereof. So, chances are that at some point we will be dealing with ailing […]

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The rise of spiritual cinema

April 11, 2013

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by Cate Montana — The new millennium has seen a lot of social changes. One of the most inspiring is the development of a new film genre called “spiritual cinema.” Broad in its approach and content, spiritual cinema addresses issues of love, death, rebirth, evolution and the science of transformation. The depths of human psychology […]

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What in the world is going on?

November 25, 2012

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by Mary Bell —  Many changes are happening in our world. We see it in the outside world, as the stock market changes, businesses fail and layoffs occur. We are also experiencing internal changes, whether we recognize it or not. Old form is falling away as new form is being created. Metaphysically, we are all […]

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Dealing with loss during the holidays

November 24, 2012

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by Laura Orsini —  Losing a loved one is never easy, but it is particularly difficult when the loss occurs near the holidays. Whether it has been one year or 20 years, you are likely to feel the loss much more acutely during the holiday season. Although everyone grieves differently, it is important that you […]

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Finding solace after loss

July 28, 2012

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by Joy Abrams —  It is very traumatic to lose someone you love. This heart-wrenching experience is filled with great challenges. Whether the departed is a relative, a friend or a pet, the experience is never easy. The surge of emotions that rush through your mind and body can leave you depleted. Grieving is not […]

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Isaac’s dream

July 16, 2012

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by Khayriyyah Savannah —  I was asked to visit a friend’s brother, Isaac, in the hospital. Isaac was dying of liver cancer, and the family was unable to visit him. The doctors had given him one month to live. Isaac had decided to spend the remainder of his life engaging in the spiritual process of […]

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Health updates: Sugar and mental health, and trans fats

February 27, 2012

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The following is new information regarding sugar and mental health, and a link between trans fat intake and coronary heart disease. The links between sugar and mental health Noted British psychiatric researcher Malcolm Peet conducted a provocative cross-cultural analysis of the relationship between diet and mental illness. His primary finding was a strong link between […]

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Death is not forever

February 24, 2012

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by Carol Nicholson —  The loss of a loved one can be one of the greatest challenges in life. A period of profound sadness and grief follows when such an event occurs. Learning how to connect with the spirit world, the place where our loved ones exist after death, is a life-changing experience. When a […]

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Health updates: Nonstick cookware and your TV

February 23, 2012

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The following is new information regarding the dangers of using nonstick cookware, and why giving up TV watching can extend your lifespan and lessen your chances of getting cancer by up to 50 percent. Another reason to ditch your nonstick cookware A recent study examined blood samples taken from California women at different time periods […]

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Your heath and health care — Part II

February 23, 2012

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by Sherry Anshara —  (Editor’s Note: Part I of this article covered statistics on prescription drug overdose, opioid painkiller deaths and becoming involved in your health and healing process.) Prescription drug overuse and overdose has become increasingly problematic. Yes, there are times when specific drugs can assist in maintaining a certain level of health, if […]

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From annoyed to enjoyed

February 22, 2012

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by Arielle Ford —  While some experts might tell us not to sweat the small stuff, we all know that it is the little things that can chisel away at even the best of relationships. To prevent those granular irks from leading to the Big Bang in our partnerships, we need to develop relational safety […]

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