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A Heartbeat to Remember
by Alan Cohen – Hawaii

Heart with ekg line

While checking out at a grocery store I noticed that a cashier had an unusual tattoo on her forearm. “What is that tattoo?” I asked Ciani. She smiled. “It’s a copy of the EKG of my grandmother’s last heartbeat.” Suddenly the checkout process faded to background. I wanted to hear more. “I loved my grandma […]


Giving the Final Gift: Eleven Ways to Help a Dying Person Let Go
by Patt Lind-Kyle – Nevada City, CA

Person with dove

In our culture, the end of life is seen as a scary and lonely experience. So when a loved one is dying, you may feel afraid, awkward, and unsure of how to comfort them. Here are practical tips for breaking the death taboo and helping your loved one experience the peaceful passing they deserve. We […]


The Cycles of Change:
A Step towards the Unknown
by Simona Manenti – Pennsylvania

trees in the four seasons

I have always had a fascination with leaves and trees. Their varied shapes and the multitude of colors welcome us to venture into the mysteries and magic of creation. Life, as in nature, is full of cyclical patterns. Trees have played a role in our existence since the beginning of time, and are found among […]


What Doesn’t Turmeric Do?
by Christian Wilde


The benefits of turmeric may be too many to mention. – Andrew Weil Is there some advantage this natural anti-inflammatory may provide for you and your family? There are more than 600 health conditions believed benefiting from turmeric and its main component curcumin. When my book, Hidden Causes of Heart Attack and Stroke subtitled: (inflammation, […]


The Great “Upwising” – Political Climate Change
Swami Beyondananda

four people under umbrellas in the rain

We have a deeply divided body politic in America. Half the people believe our system is broken. The other half believes it is fixed. – Swami Beyondananda Note: Cosmic comic Swami Beyondananda, whose favorite yoga pose is tongue-incheek, is traveling the country on his Great Upwising tour hoping to spark “political climate change.” We caught […]


What I Learned from Pain
by Sarah Anne Shockley –
San Francisco Bay Area

hand holding up surrender white flag

Millions of doctor and emergency room visits stem from pain, and addiction to pain medications, which is rampant in the United States, and often takes root when someone in pain is attempting to manage unremitting discomfort. Sarah Anne Shockley, who has personally lived with chronic pain since 2007, offers fellow pain sufferers a compassionate and […]


5 Tips for Helping Kids Relax: So They Can Change the World
by Mary DeMocker – Eugene, OR

The Parents Guide to Climate Revolution

Every parent wants to raise healthy, happy kids. We also want children to learn to advocate for themselves, both on the playground and in the global village. In our quest to get it “right,” many parents join the push for early reading and skill-building while simultaneously becoming over-involved and over-protective, all of which often does […]


What is My Medicine?
by Linda Lombardo – Long Island, NY

path through woods

As a life coach, I hear that question a lot. A client wants to understand his or her unique gifts in the world or understand how to use them to create a more compassionate and sustainable world. That world could be just for that one person, a family, a community or the whole planet. Our […]


You’ve Got Company
Channeled by Salena Migeot – Southampton, NY

person sitting on bench

Your lives are changing in many ways and you are learning to flow with change more and more. Things have been accelerating in recent years such that you are all much more used to and tolerant of change. From our perspective, this is excellent. We will continue to guide you through more and more change […]


How Time Is Changing
by Owen K Waters Texas

hands holding clocks

Part of The Shift to the New Reality involves a change in our experience of the passage of time. People often comment on how time seems to be passing much faster today than it did just 10 or 20 years ago. It’s not because we’re getting older; it’s because our experience of time is changing. […]