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by Arthur Firstenberg – Santa Fe, NM


Here are a few reasons to NEVER use a cell phone: Damage to you. In animal experiments, even a single two-hour exposure to a mobile phone, at low power, destroyed up to two percent of the animals’ brain cells: Salford et al., “Nerve Cell Damage in Mammalian Brain after Exposure to Microwaves from GSM Mobile […]


Getting Sleep Habits Back on Track
by Dr. Patrick Porter

sleeping woman with dog

COVID-19 assaulted both our health and familiar ways of living. As a researcher in the fields of brain and mental wellness, I examine the effects of sleep deprivation. I couldn’t help but pay close attention to the ways in which the pandemic exacerbated this already prevalent issue. Lack of sleep and physical relaxation is a […]


You Never Ask The Meaning Of Life When You’re In Love
by Brenda Shoshanna – New York City

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Most of us do not see the connection between Zen practice and love. But Zen is the practice of being in love with all of life, becoming one with it, no separation. We look for meaning everywhere, find it briefly and then it leaves. A sense of hollowness arises and this search can continue endlessly. […]


The Evolution of Boys to Men Through the Decades
by P.T . Mistlberger – Vancouver, Canada

The Way of the Conscious Warrior by P.T. Mistlberger

Early twenty-first-century Western men inhabit a very complex and challenging time in history. After centuries of social and political marginalization Western women achieved a measure of status in the early twentieth century, particularly when they obtained, in some nations, the right to vote and eventually the right to run for political office as well. The […]


Use Visualization to Reclaim Your Personal Power During the Pandemic
by Janet McKee

Stressless Success by Janet McKee

Life is challenging, and especially so now. Many of us feel victim to all that’s happening with our work, our communities, and in the world at large. These hopeless feelings result from believing that we have no power over the situation around us. Sure, worry and concern are normal feelings during these unusual times. But […]


New Digital Demands Require Frontline Defense
by Dr. Rudrani Banik, MD – New York City


Whether we are teleconferencing for work, homeschooling, virtually connecting with family and friends, watching television, streaming, or gaming, screen time has become a necessary fixture in our daily routines especially with the current pandemic recommendations on social distancing. We certainly need our digital devices! However, this increased exposure to digital screens and the blue light, […]


Nowhere To Go
by Brenda Shoshanna – New York City

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We are all searching for the perfect place to visit, live in, or spend time. Most can stay where they are only briefly. Restlessness arise, curiosity about what’s around the corner. Deep inside there is a cry, “Get Me Out Of Here. I’ve had enough.” Had enough of what? We’re not sure, but it definitely […]


Four Lifestyle Steps For Simple And Effective Immune Health
by Dr. Christine Horner, MD

Radiant Health, Ageless Beauty by Dr. Christine Horner, MD

A strong immune system doesn’t come from a pill but rather is a holistic approach that begins with a healthy diet and lifestyle. If you follow these four simple lifestyle steps on a daily basis you will be on your way to building a strong and healthy immune system that will serve you now and […]


by Donna Martini – Oyster Bay, NY

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Feeling tired and a bit overwhelmed? Being empathic beings, many of us are feeling a huge lull in physical energy, most likely allowing the weight of our world’s woes to get to us. We have forgotten (or perhaps never understood) our innate ability to change woes into wows. We all possess this potential. Using our […]


by Annette Goggio – Oakhurst, CA


Water is Spirit. I’ve been told this, many times, and still, I forget. I have been getting many reminders lately. Actually, it started in 1995. I was at the beach I spent most of my high school years sitting on, but never going in the water because my hairdo would then be ruined, and flirting […]