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Date: 2014-03-03 By: Richard Webster
Every day, we speak unconsciously through our postures, gestures, and expressions—the unspoken communication of body language. Picking up on these unspoken cues—and projecting what we truly want to say to the world—can be truly life-changing. Richard Webster, author of Body Language Quick & Easy explains.
Date: 2004-04-12 By: Christopher Penczak
Sound, tone, voice, and music are powerful forms of magick and celebration. Before I became a witch, the part of traditional religious services I loved the most was the music; using song as celebration. When I got involved in Wicca, the traditions I ...
Date: 2005-09-01 By: Stephanie Clement
Around the year 1750, astrology all but died out in Western culture. With the advent of scientific developments, the geocentric system upon which astrology was based gave way to the heliocentric vision of Copernicus. At the same time, scientists ...
Date: 2007-07-02 By: Joe H. Slate PhD
As a psychologist and university professor, Joe Slate has led numerous laboratory research projects designed to explore the full scope of past-life existence. Here he shares some of those findings and strategies that can help you retrieve your past-life experiences.
Date: 2010-01-18 By: Donald Michael Kraig
The popularity of conspiracy theories seems to ebb and flow with the times, and right now there could not be more popular conspiracy books than those of Dan Brown. The author of The Da Vinci Code and Angels & Demons has recently released his third book featuring symboligist Robert Langdon: The Lost Symbol. Dealing with Freemasonry and its "influence," how can myth be separated from fact? John Michael Greer's new encyclopedic Secrets of the Lost Symbol details, word for word and topic by topic, the truth of the who, what, when, and where of Dan Brown's The Lost Symbol.
Date: 2008-11-03 By: Danica Davidson
Even as it steps boldly into the twenty-first century with its technological and scientific advances, Japan holds onto its ancient roots. The shamanistic religion of Shinto, while being authentically Japanese, also contains lessons for those of us wishing to connect with and revere our earth.
Date: 2008-07-16 By: Elysia Gallo
Since March is Women’s History Month in the United States, I ask you, the reader, to join me in celebrating. Celebrating strong women who, having gone before us, have given us so much to think about and to act upon. Celebrating women who reclaim their immanent divinity and self-worth. Celebrating women who join together in the bonds of ritual and
Date: 2004-11-01 By: Christopher Penczak
Through yoga, I first had exposure to the Eastern traditions of spirituality. At the time though, I didn’t think of it as spiritual. I was looking for a form of exercise that didn’t involve lifting heavy weights or spending hours on a treadmill. I ...
Date: 2009-05-05 By: Llewellyn
If we are to accurately practice this type of astrology we must first understand its philosophy and belief system. Evolutionary astrology is based upon observation and correlation. It is founded upon natural laws and truths. Natural laws are laws that are self-evident in nature, and are not dependent on a specific belief system in any way.
Date: 2010-06-21 By: J. Allan Danelek
Reincarnation is an idea that may seem strange, exotic, or even a little nonsensical to the western mind, but in fact it plays a vital role in understanding our purpose in the universe and why we spend time on this planet at all. In fact, it is almost impossible to understand how spirituality works in any practical sense without touching upon the subject, for it is the mechanism that not only drives spiritual growth but makes it possible in the first place. J. Allan Danelek, author of The Case for Reincarnation, discusses why reincarnation is necessary—regardless of your spiritual beliefs—for our understanding of the divine and of our lives in the present.