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The Mysteries of Intimacy

by Matt Licata What is the best way to prepare for a healthy, deeply satisfying intimate relationship? How can you attract the right partner? Someone who can accompany you on the path, a fellow traveler who…

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Spiritual Seeking and Addiction: Scott Kiloby

Scott Kiloby, founder of the first mindfulness-based center for addiction recovery in the United States, and author of Natural Rest for Addiction, talks about the value of nondual awareness, and shares his understanding of the relationship…

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Emotions Shape Our Physical Reality

Many people say you are what you eat, but new research suggests that, when it comes to your DNA, you are what you feel. In recent years scientists have been exploring the effects that stress and…

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Paradise for the Insane

Let life happen to you. Believe me: life is in the right, always. ― Rainer Maria Rilke Blessed are the poor in spirit, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven — Matthew 5:3 We human beings love…

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Occupy Spirituality: Prayer And Protest In The Age Of Trump

by Adam Bucko and Mathew Fox The following is an interview with the authors of Occupy Spirituality: A Radical Vision for a New Generation, Adam Bucko and Matthew Fox. This is a part of a blog…

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Being A Self: A Perfectly Ordinary, Utterly Extraordinary Experience, Chris Fields

Being a self – being one’s own self, in particular – is the most familiar of all experiences. Indeed it is one’s self that is experienced as having one’s experiences: one’s sensations, emotions, memories, feelings of…

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The Sacred Ordinary

Where is our inner knowing leading us?  It seems to me that it is leading us home – to right here – in order, as the poet suggests, to know this “place” for the first time….

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Perhaps our Fears are not Ours?

Certain fears arising in response to the environment may be passed from generation to generation without changes in the genetic sequence. This could have implications for families suffering from cycles of drug addiction, neuropsychiatric illness and…

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