Avoid Pandemic Pandemonium: Lessons from the Herd

There is a reason why the saying "may you live in interesting times" is viewed as both a blessing and a curse. These are undoubtedly interesting times that were unimaginable just a few months ago. The coronavirus pandemic is causing physical illness, but beyond the the ...

Physical Distancing: The Spiritual Impact of Socializing

In a time of national emergency, how do we filter through the many concerns around safe contact; how do we protect ourselves, our children and our family? There is panic pervading many places. Are our fears realistic? Are we looking at survival of the fittest? This virus ...

Beyond Health: Harnessing SunDo’s Life Force Energy for Body, Mind and Spirit

The idea of “life force” has fascinated human beings from the earliest days of prehistory to the modern age. We know it’s something important; it’s what allows us to be alive as a part of the natural world. We know countless intellectuals and nearly all world religions have ...

Loss and the Holidays: Grieving is the Pathway to Healing

Janet looked around the room. Candles set up, just like always. The holiday cards tucked into that special basket. Her neighbor’s gift was still on the counter, though. Janet could not look at it right now. The visit was fine, but it felt like something was missing. Her heart ...

Have You Heard? Mediums Help Yale Study Voice-Hearing

There are many different ways that human beings experience the world. A team at Yale University has been working with people from the mediumship community in an effort to understand their voice-hearing experiences. Their goal is not trying to prove or disprove ...

Forgiveness as a Spiritual Practice

To forgive does not mean to condone, and that is worth repeating: To forgive does not mean to condone.So why is it an important precept in the Bible and other religious practices? In Matthew 18:21 we are told: “For if you forgive men their trespasses, your heavenly ...

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