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If You Live Truly, You Will See Truly
by Brenda Shoshanna – New York City

So many of us are searching for truth, the best way to live life. Naturally, there are endless pathways, lectures, discussions and directions available. Some go from one path to the next, seeing which one might fit them the best. It’s common to spend a great deal of time, in some cases a whole life, […]


Can the Vaccination Issue Bring Left and Right Front and Center? How the Body Politic Can Emerge From a “Pharmaceutically Induced Coma”
by Steve Bhaerman

Totally Quips of the Swami An Indispesable Compendium of Cosmic Comic Wisdom Swami Beyondananda

The truth shall UPSET you free. — Swami Beyondananda My cosmic comic cohorts in the Firesign Theatre said it in their 1974 comedy record: Everything You Know Is Wrong. Boy, were they right. And that’s even truer when you are convinced everything you know is right. Take the “anti-vaccination” movement—or rather the anti-anti-vaccination movement. A […]


Our Passionate Love Affair With Life
by Neal Grace


All of us are on a journey of self-discovery—even when we are not consciously involved with this path. We are learning more about who we are every day through a multitude of actions, thoughts and experiences. Life keeps nudging us forward, as if it had a premeditated plan designed just for us. Through our daily […]


The Catskills
by Irwin Dunsky – Monroe Township, NJ


My father had an old friend. Their friendship was born when they were both young men. Dad’s friend Phil owned and operated a bungalow colony in the Catskills Mountains in upstate NY with his wife Helen. When I was about 8 years old my family started going to Phil and Helens “Four Gable House” for […]


How You Are Helping the World
by Owen K Waters

The book Power vs. Force by the late David Hawkins is one of the most fascinating books in the world today, and it has what might be the least appropriate title in the world. You see, the words power, versus and force all imply contention, yet that’s not what the book is about. The book […]


The Best That Can Happen
by Alan Cohen – Hawaii

My coaching client Andrea has struggled with issues of lack and poor self-worth for a lot of her life. Although she is smart, spiritual, and attractive, she has regularly feared that she would become impoverished and bereft. She told me, “Whenever I drive under a bridge, I check it out to see where I would […]


A Truly Abundant Life
by Lee Harris – California

We have the power to shift our reality and create different lives for ourselves — if we choose to believe and envision it. Abundance. This word carries so many connotations within our society. There are many misleading beliefs and ideas— so many un-abundant experiences— associated with this word. What does this word mean to you? […]


Thrive for the Sake of Your Soul
by Ellen Grace O’Brian – San Jose, CA

The Jewel of Abundance by Ellen Grace O’Brian

We are born to thrive. If we look, we can see this — everything in nature, including us, is geared toward the growth and fulfillment of its purpose. The sapling Red Delicious apple tree in the garden stretches toward the sun, and given the right conditions, it blossoms and bears sweet fruit. How we delight […]


Lose Weight and Power Your Health – With Plants!
by Joel Kahn, MD – Detroit, MI

Measuring the weight of the nation or considering your weight is not necessarily a comment on whether skinny or portly looks better. Rather, it is a fact that your body weight serves as a relatively easy measure of a potential host of problems. Without question, diabetes, high blood pressure, certain cancers, dementia, arthritis, and heart […]


A Nutritarian Diet – For Weight Loss AND Health Gain
by Joel Fuhrman, MD


Almost any diet will be effective for weight loss in the short-term. As long as there is a calorie deficit, there will be some weight loss, but that doesn’t make the diet a healthful one. Research suggests macronutrient-juggling diets (low-fat, lowcarb) have similar (and modest) effects on weight loss, that there is no magic proportion […]