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Are You Going to Take this to Your Grave?
by Sadhvi Bhagawati Saraswati – Rishikesh, India

person in water with raised arms to sky

Summer 1996: I opened my eyes at the end of my first darshan in India to hear Pujya Swamiji saying, “Yes?” I was the last one in the room, and he addressed me in English: “Yes?” I rose quickly from my place, went in front of him, and bowed low, trying to remember the protocol. […]


The Healing Powers of Crystals, Stones and Minerals
by Anthony Russell – New York City

crystal display case

Crystals, stones and minerals have been prized for their unique appearance and perceived ability to provide and promote physical and emotional healing for centuries. During the Middle Ages, physicians and healers alike often prescribed using these treasures of the earth as part of their treatment protocol. For example, if a woman wished to conceive a […]


Seven Heart-Healthy Secrets For A Sharper Mind
by Dr. Stephen Sinatra

Brain and Heart

There is no question we all want a sharp mind and a healthy heart. But did you know your heart and brain—which are seemingly two very different organs—are closely connected and highly dependent on each other? When one fails, the other is in trouble! That is why as a cardiologist I am just as focused […]


What Makes You Happy?
by Milissa Castanza Seymour – Bethpage, NY

lotus flower

Don’t cry because it’s over, smile because it happened. ~ Dr. Seuss Fall has arrived. I’m happy for crisp air and the backdrop of colorful, falling leaves. I imagine that others are happy when seasons change too but it does makes me wonder- What makes people happy? The well-known phrase “Life, Liberty and the pursuit […]


Renovation for the Soul
by Donna Martini – Oyster Bay, NY

new tree forming in old stump

For two years now, I have been renovating my house. I liked the rooms and the furniture. Nothing was wrong with them—and that is what was wrong with them. Almost everything was in good or great condition, and I could not justify the work or money needed to redecorate, even though most everything was over […]


Transform Distresses Into Blessings
by Barbara Y. Martin and Dimitri Moraitis

lotus bud

Healing means change—changing from one condition to another. Healing is one of the cornerstones of the spiritual life. At some point, we all need healing in mind, body, or soul. If some facet of your life is troubled, face that situation and heal it. Don’t let troubles linger. The process of transmutation is essential to […]


ACTION ALERT – Appeal To U.S. Supreme Court Being Prepared
by Arthur Firstenberg – Santa Fe, NM

In the fall of 2018 the City of Santa Fe, New Mexico awarded franchises to five telecommunications companies for the purpose of placing both fiber-optic cables and 5G antennas in the streets and on the sidewalks of our fair city. Immediately the Santa Fe Alliance for Public Health and Safety, which has been working against […]


The Inevitability of Change
by Jeanmarie Wilson – Ronkonkoma, NY

Life can seem so tenuous; at any minute the bottom can fall out as we experience some type of adversity. There are not many of us that have not been through this; we are traveling along, living our lives, when we are hit with an event we do not want. This may be the loss […]


Charting your Course to Success with Astrology
by Rachel Lang

Modern Day Magic

Starting a business takes courage and strategy. Entrepreneurs consider every detail, including market research, before they take the risk. What if a tool could help you forecast future trends, hone your brand, and discover how to appeal to customers? A tool that also enables you to identify and overcome limitations? JP Morgan knew what astrologers […]


WHERE Do Our Loved Ones Go AFTER They Die?
by Mariel Forde Clarke

Where After: WHERE do our loved ones go AFTER they die? by Mariel Forde Clarke

There is an old Irish cliché that states, “Life is a bitch and then you die.” Surely there must be more to life, a reason, a meaning as to why I was born, who am I and what happens when I die. My quest for such answers came in 1992 when I was diagnosed with […]