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Honoring Mothers and Ending Slavery
by Dr. Will Tuttle – Healdsburg CA

The World Peace Diet by Tuttle

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 […]


A Mother’s Unfathomable Journey
by Alee Reina Hoffman – Venice Beach, CA

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As a society we grip to the idea that life cycles must happen in the order we want them to, that we cannot have a mother outlive their child because it means they did not get more than their mother did—what every mother wishes for their children. And yet the reality is that women sometimes […]


Atlantis Rising!
by Jill Mattson – Oil City, PA


The Atlantis “Myth” may be the most enduring grand mystery of all time… an enigma that was famously recorded by Plato around 360 BC (and it was ancient at that time!). Atlantis has captured the interest and imagination of countless generations; over 2,000 books have been written on this most famous “Lost Continent.” It has […]


The Modern Woman’s Steady Ride to Burnout
by Dr. Nisha Jackson


Women today work hard. Like Beyonce says, “we run the world.” But sometimes all this hard work can get to us. How many times have you caught yourself thinking, Wow, I’m burned out! It’s a feeling most women today can identify with. The inner drive to “do more” and “achieve more” is significantly impacting women’s […]


How Mindful Mompreneurship is Making an Impact
by Maria Gavriel – Manhasset, NY

It’s a new era. A time when the craving for something different…more fulfilling, and meaningful is trumping everything. It’s a pivotal moment that’s cultivating deeper conversations in classrooms, boardrooms, and even bedrooms – often fueled by a mom’s deeper desire for something Bigger…more Purposeful, and Impactful. This deeper drive, is creating trends that reveal how […]


Rethinking Consciousness and What It Means to Be Human
by Mark Gober

According to Science magazine (2005), the #2 question remaining question in all of science is: “What is the biological basis of consciousness?” In other words, how does physical, seemingly unconscious matter (such as a brain) produce a non-physical consciousness? We have no idea how this could possibly happen. Famous scientists such as Francis Crick, who […]


Do Not Look At the Faults of Others
by Brenda Shoshanna – New York City

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These days we are all obsessed with the deeds of others. Most of our conversations center around who said what to who? And how others responded. Then we become outraged, frightened and absorbed with blaming and judging others. We dwell upon ways to change them, as if we were in charge of how others should […]


We Are Manifesting a Greater Earth
by Simona Manenti – Quakertown, PA

In response to the requests by so many of my clients and friends asking for ways of how to live happily in these challenging times and stay positive and hopeful, I have learned to trust the knowing and the messages I get through guidance, now more than ever. This has helped me to not rely […]


Guidelines for Effective Communication
by James L. Creighton, PhD

Loving Through Your Differences Building Strong Relationships From Separate Realities by James L. Creighton, PhD

Couples fight. Sometimes a little, sometimes a lot. Sometimes these fights provide comic relief. At other times they threaten the very survival of the relationship. Psychologist and relationship consultant James Creighton wrote his new book Loving through Your Differences: Building Strong Relationships from Separate Realities to help reduce conflict between couples, especially those that are […]


Where Are You Looking for Love?
by Thomas Capshew, PhD.

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All of us at some time in our lives have looked for love. We often feel like love in our world is in short supply or difficult to find. Could it be, like the song, that most of us spend most of our lives “looking for love in all the wrong places?” Our culture has […]