Currently Browsing: Feminine

Honoring Mothers and Ending Slavery
by Will Tuttle, PhD – Healdsburg, CA

Mother sheep with two lambs

A disturbing trend over the past couple of decades is the ongoing proliferation of human trafficking and slavery. It’s well known that de facto slavery conditions exist in a number of industries, such as for children on cocoa plantations in Africa, and carpet, clothing, and electronics factories in India and elsewhere, men on fishing boats […]


Ecological Awareness by Alan Watts (1915–1973)
(from a talk presented in 1971)

Dice spelling economy

The United States Congress passed legislation to make burning the American flag a serious offense. This was accompanied by lots of patriotic speeches and rhetoric and much reciting of poems. It’s the most fantastic example of American confusion between symbol and reality that you could think of because the same Congress is directly or indirectly […]


Health Insurance and Affordable Health Care are Oxymorons
by Sunil Pai, MD – Albuquerque, NM

scales containge food on one side and medicine on other

Western or conventional medicine stands above the rest of the world when it comes to acute and emergency care. If you are involved in a car accident, wounded by a gunshot, or experience a heart attack, having access to the scientific wonders of conventional medicine could save your life. For those with life-threatening illnesses that […]


Your Best Immunity to All Viruses
by Alan Cohen – Hawaii

Light shining through trees on dark road

The coronavirus is getting a great deal of attention all around the world. Millions of people are taking extensive precautions to prevent getting or spreading the virus. People are not going to work, and their kids are not going to school. Hand washing, mouth covering, and avoiding public gatherings are becoming commonplace. Some people are […]


Divine Feminine Spirituality
by Mary Hayes Grieco – Minneapolis, MN

Statue of St. Mary with child

In ancient times, God was perceived and worshipped as female, the Divine Mother. Women were valued as leaders and contributors in society because of our close connection to the Creator through our intuition, through our connection with Nature, and through our creative and procreative abilities. Women today, are leading a movement in modern society that […]


Your Gut and Your Gut Feelings
by Margaret Paul, PhD


When people are depressed, psychiatrists frequently don’t know how to help them. Lacking any real understanding of the nature of depression, they turn to a pharmaceutical that (at least for a time) serves as a crutch for lifting their patient’s spirits. The problem is that the chemicals administered mask the problem instead of address the […]


The Grace of Receiving
by Hope Fitzgerald – Connecticut

birds on a branch

I open my eyes and ears, and the miracle is there… …the grass greens as I watch it… …newly-arrived migrating birds chomp away at my feeder and serenade in the trees… …pale buds pop on every branch… …and, best of all, peepers (baby frogs) sing out their ethereal harmonics day and night. Nature is, once […]


Insufficient Evidence to Claim That Merck’s Gardasil and Glaxo’s Cerverix, Have Been Shown to Prevent Cervical Cancer
by John Gilmore – Long Beach, NY


A new study published in the prestigious Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine shows that in the studies published so far there is insufficient evidence to claim that either of the two human papilloma virus vaccines, Merck’s Gardasil and Glaxo’s Cerverix, have been shown to prevent cervical cancer. Despite the lack of evidence that […]


ACTION ALERT The Flames of Progress
by Arthur Firstenberg – Santa Fe, NM

flying bats

I have been entrusted with the International Appeal to Stop 5G on Earth and in Space, but I find myself bewildered — bewildered by the devastation around me; by the destruction of the cathedral of life into which I was born; by the silencing of the songs of the fifty million other species with whom […]


The Magical Power of Menstruation
by Yogini Gopika – India

red moon

Dear Sisters, Today as I rest in my home temple, in the silence of myself; I realize how fortunate we are as women to have our monthly cycle. Every red moon is an invitation for us to get quiet and process the month we have just lived. Not only is it a time to cleanse […]