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Date: 2003-12-08 By: Nick Farrell
The rationalist culture of the post 19th century has done its best to kill imagination. To the pure materialist, imagination is just day-dreaming and an un-necessary barrier to achieving. More recently, science seems to be reviewing its views ...
Date: 2008-03-27 By: Ember Grant
Crystal grids are similar to mandalas; they are simply an arrangement of stones in a pattern for the specific purpose of directing energy toward a goal. The variety of combinations is limited only by your imagination. For this particular grid, ...
Date: 2004-07-19 By: Stephanie Rose Bird
Summer is the time of year that many of us who live in temperate zones flock to the water. For some it is a seasonal rite that almost occurs perfunctorily, while for others it is a spiritual pilgrimage. This article is devoted to those who see the ...
Date: 2007-09-10 By: Celeste Teal
Two weeks ago, on August 28, we had a lunar eclipse, which is followed by a solar eclipse tomorrow night (visible from parts of South America). With all of that astronomical push and pull, what are the astrological implications for us?
Date: 2006-07-03 By: Mickie Mueller
I have a dark confession to make. I have been a mother for 20 years now, and I am not perfect. My mother and grandmother were not perfect either, although according to the family joke, we are all "almost" perfect! In fact, I don't know anyone ...
Date: 2003-05-15 By: Richard Webster
Dowsing is the art of finding something that is hidden, usually something concealed underground. Dowsing is most commonly used for water divining, but there appear to be virtually no limits to the number of applications it can be used for. Over the ...
Date: 2003-06-19 By: Rosemary Ellen Guiley, Ph.D.
Candles have a long and interesting history in religious worship, magic and folklore. They light the way to the sacred; they dispel the forces of darkness; they are associated with ghosts and the dead; they can find buried treasure; and they play ...
Date: 2009-06-01 By: David Allen Hulse
Since the year 2000, David Allen Hulse (author of The Western Mysteries and The Eastern Mysteries) has entered a spiritual retreat to receive deeper knowledge to incorporate into his next series of books. During this retreat, Hulse has been greatly impressed by the writings of Dr. Michael Newton. Discover, along with author David Allen Hulse, the symbolism of the color scale of the soul's aura that Michael Newton has documented in his three pioneering books (Journey of Souls, Destiny of Souls, and Life Between Lives).
Date: 2004-07-05 By: Jill Henry
Feng Shui (pronounced fung shway) literally means wind and water. Water represents the physical, manifest world while wind represents the inner world of energy that interacts with the outer. External Feng Shui is about arranging our environment, ...
Date: 2007-07-23 By: Marguerite Manning
Is it any wonder why the ancients proclaimed that our destiny was “written in the stars”? Evidently, our fate here on terra firma is a lot less predetermined than we’ve been led to believe because when we view our natal sky from this perspective it’s a lot more than just a celestial reflection of our earthly destiny. It’s a universal documentation of the agreement we made to live up to it. An agreement the ancients called a horoscope, but based on their scientific principles I prefer to call our very own “contract with the universe.”