The Power of Love

Another beautifully inspiring interview, this one a 109 year old woman who survived the Holocaust: Watch Alice Herz here Even the bad … Even the bad is beautiful.

Flow Music Improv, Life Improv

This is an interesting video interview of a musician and improvisation professor (link below). The ideas he speaks of are applicable to life –  the “spirit” of living. Casey Sokol Interview Thanks Katherine! Happy holidays! ___________________________________________________

Healing: Admitting Curiosity

If you’ve ever been in prolonged physical pain and/or discomfort, you know how hard it can be to feel a connection to the non-physical (Spirit, God etc) from within that. How hard it can be to find that point of peace. The physical sensations are overwhelming. The mental and emotional weight is incredible. Today I’mContinue reading “Healing: Admitting Curiosity”

New Physics: geometry & time/space

Interesting physics, having to do with time/space, from Quanta magazine: The Jewel at the Heart of Quantum Physics Stretch imagination …

Letters to my Immortal Beloved by Petra Gerda Paul

Letters to My Immortal Beloved is a short, touching collection of letters that Petra Gerda Paul wrote to her husband after his death. Petra’s husband had Alzheimer’s, a heartbreaking disease for everyone involved. Petra writes very simply and honestly about some lessons she learned as a caretaker, and about the power of love to healContinue reading “Letters to my Immortal Beloved by Petra Gerda Paul”

It’s All Holy

Last week I attended a course at Arthur Findlay College (AFC) in Stansted, England. AFC is a Spiritualist college, and Spiritualism is a religion based upon the knowledge that we are more than our physical bodies. I can’t say that I agree with all their principles or beliefs, but it’s an interesting place. I won’tContinue reading “It’s All Holy”

While I’m on Holiday …

While I’m on holiday for a couple of months, I’d encourage you to check out and follow my friend Marian’s blog, Outrageous Undoing – a brilliant clarity for applications of impossible things.

We Know How

Paul Rademacher, friend and former executive director of the Monroe Institute, recently attended a memorial service for Carol Sabick de la Herran, who succeeded him in the executive director position. In this lively essay, he reminds us that death’s passing is nothing to fear because we know what we’re doing. Check out Paul’s thoughts (andContinue reading “We Know How”

Interview with Allyson, Shanti Pax

Allyson Stroscheim interviewed me this morning for her blog Shanti Pax. The interview should be posted by Thursday of this week. In the meantime, check out Allyson’s thoughtful and inspiring essays and interviews on Shanti Pax here.

Check it out: Outrageous Undoing

Marian Lansky continues to post lovely light, clear essays that cut through the noise. If you haven’t yet, check out her blog Outrageous Undoing. (Cheers, Marian 😉 )

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