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How Generational and Early Life Trauma Shape Our Lives

With Scott Kiloby, Richard Miller, Mark Wolynn and Ajaya Sommers; facilitated by Julie Yau. Along with distorting our fundamental view about the world, and the emergence of trau- matic symptoms, unresolved trauma limits our capacity to…

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Five Spiritual Life-Hacks for an Awakening Soul

We live in exceptional times of spiritual bounty. Without taking any spiritual vows or undergoing a single initiation, we have at our fingertips more spiritual tools, teachings and practices than have ever been available to any…

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Connecting with the Intuitive Guidance of the Heart, Deborah Rozman

Recent discoveries have found the heart possesses its own intrinsic nervous system of sensory neurons that can feel, learn and remember, referred to as the “heart-brain.” This intelligence processes information independently from the “head-brain”. Research at…

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It’s Ok to Allow Yourself to Fall Apart

How To Break And Put Yourself Back Together by Matt Licata It’s okay to be sad, and to allow your heart to break. To fall to the ground and bear witness to the dissolution of a…

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Why Are We So Attached To Our Things?

Feelings, thoughts and actions race before the watcher in endless succession, leaving traces in the brain and creating an illusion of continuity. A reflection of the watcher in the mind creates the sense of ‘I am’…

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The Path Is Everywhere

by Matt Licata Even though you sense an unknown world of aliveness around you, it is not possible to access it until the spell that you are undeserving is broken. This trance is subtle and is…

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Can Gut Bacteria Control Your Mood?

You are never truly alone. Everywhere you go, you carry trillions of microbes inside your gut. These countless creatures, invisible to the naked eye, form what scientists call the microbiome — a thriving ecosystem intimately connected…

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The Neurobiology of Love

For anyone who has watched a friend fall in love, Nietzsche’s words from Thus Spoke Zarathustra might ring true: “There is always some madness in love. But there is always, also, some method in madness.” This…

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