Posts in category "enlightenment"

Welcome to the End of the World: Opening to New Time

Welcome to the End of the World: Opening to New Time
“I have a headache, Therese,” Jose Arguelles reported to me in 1984. As his neighbor, I would drop in to say “hello” without warning. “I’ve been up all night channeling this amazing information – all this math! And I’m an artist, not a mathematician!” Indeed, Jose was a skilled artist who taught art at Princeton... Read more »

Christmas Light

Christmas Light
This sacred season started with the Solstice on December 21st – the darkest day of the year;  the time of shortest light. It is also marks the beginning of the expanding light. Christmas coincides with this time of year, allowing us to reflect on the new Light that is to come. Emmanuel. I remind myself... Read more »

Conscious Business and Corporate Self-Interest

Conscious Business and Corporate Self-Interest
Join us tonight at the Conscious Business Network at Primitive from 6-8:30pm to explore the intersection of  intuititve intelligence and your work – and to receive mini-Readings that support your greater intuitive awareness! The number 11 is said to be about balance. We are entering a post 11-11-11 world, where  expressions such as Occupy Wall... Read more »
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Feminine Pleasure

When those two words “feminine pleasure” are put next to each other, what comes to your mind? Most women think it refers to good sex. It is amazing how narrow our definition is of “pleasure for women”! Not so for Mama Gena. This woman has a very interesting theory.    Mama Gena says that the... Read more »

The Middle East Teaching America about Peace?

Technology is informing the world about what is possible when people stand together behind a cause. The violence that is shaking the foundation of Libya cannot quell the numerous reports of the military pledging their allegiance to the protesters and taking over cities. Once people see and hear that their voices, which have been devalued and dismissed... Read more »

Grace in Tragedy

When my uncle died of a massive heart attack while driving this past weekend, one of his sons, who was in the passenger seat, said it was as if someone helped him put his foot on the brake and steer the car to safely at the side of the road. John said that all at... Read more »
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Questioning Both Sides of the Brain

Western thinkers are more likely to believe in logic and analytics as more reliable than intuition, so we may under utilize our intuitive intelligence. On the other hand, we are so unconscious of our use of intuition, we may be using it more than we think. For maximum effectiveness, try consciously employing both sides of your... Read more »

The Fictitious Epidemic of ADD and ADHD

“A three year old is not half a six year old.” said Sir Ken Robinson. We are flailing and failing to support children’s unique  gifts and talents. We are anesthetizing kids with ADD/ADHD drugs instead of waking them up so they can ably lead us toward a sustainable future. These ideas came from Sir Robinson’s... Read more »

Peace, Happiness, and Conscious Evolution

Tapping the Source is a new Son of The Secret kind of book and docu-movie whose theme is about how to be happy by connecting with Source. I had the exciting privilege of being part of the red carpet premier crowd with Trib-U columnist Jen Weigel.  My favorite movie moment was when Barbara Marx Hubbard, who... Read more »
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The Jon Stewart Rally - No Laughing Matter

According to the Huffington Post, comedians Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert’s Rally to Restore Sanity  in Washington D.C. attracted somewhere between 200,000-500,000 people on Saturday. This number does not including local rallies all over the country, like the 150,000 people that participated in Chicago’s Rally. The Rally was an appeal for moderation in civil discourse – to disagree without maligning character,... Read more »