Enviroment

How Thoughts Impact Plant Growth

During these strained economic times, many people are choosing to pull up their sod and plant their yards (or porch and patio pots) with herbs, vegetables and fruits. A good amount of sun, clean water and a little fertilizer are the standard recommendations for a health...

Spiritual Ecology

In the past forty years the study of ecology — the relationships between organisms and their environment — has blossomed into an active and well-respected field of biology. Ecology oriented biologists are no longer studying organisms in laboratories removed from their m...

Foraging for Dandelions

Foraging is not just a throwback to our hunter-gatherer past; it’s a way to reconnect with the landscape. Gifted storyteller Langdon Cook is not just your typical grocery cart-toting dad. For him, gourmet delicacies abound in the Pacific Northwest, free for the taking i...

A Global Food Crisis

Food has always connected us; to our families and homes, our cultures and religions, to the geography and climate of the earth. In fact, our foods connect us to the whole of life. So inseparable are we from our meals that our days revolve around what we eat, when we eat...

Jim Channon’s Vision

Jim Channon has always been a strategic and visionary leader. As a commissioned United States Army Lieutenant Colonel during the Vietnam War, he led his combat teams through dense jungles while advising them to move invisibly, and to develop their psychic perception of ...

Space Saving Furniture Design

Living efficiently does not have to mean giving up style and beauty. Space saving furnishings, designed by some of Europe’s finest interior specialists, have become all the rage. One particularly innovative line, now available through Resource Furniture in Manhattan and...

Tending the Soul of the Earth

Recently, I’ve become fascinated by a notion I’d like to explore much more in 2013 — our critical role in tending the soul of the Earth. The idea was brought to my attention at the 2012 Science and Nonduality (SAND) Conference in San Rafael last October. Suf...

Our Current Solar Cycle and Its Real Potential Impact on Earth, Part II

There has been a lot of news reports, documentaries, and discussion recently about the dangers of solar activity and its solar maximum expected in December 2012, a date tied to ancient prophecy in many cultures and visions of cataclysmic proportions. SuperConsciousness ...

A Brief History of Oil

Today, every man woman and child in the United States is responsible for the consumption of over 3 gallons of oil every single day. This rate of consumption has farreaching implications for our security, our environment, and our relationship with the rest of the world. ...

Our Current Solar Cycle and Its Real Potential Impact on Earth

Our central sun has put on quite a display in recent months, painting the sky with bright multicolored aurora farther and farther down from the poles for everyone to catch a glimpse of its power and majesty. Throughout history the sun has undeniably played a central rol...

AFTERGROWTH

For almost all of human history, said the great economist John Maynard Keynes, from “say, two thousand years before Christ down to the beginning of the eighteenth century, there was really no great change in the standard of living of the average man in the civilized cen...

Through Native American Eyes

What do the indigenous peoples of the world innately comprehend about the nature of reality? And how do their traditional ceremonies connect them with nature’s regenerative and life-giving qualities? For the person educated in western principles, “interconnectedness” ex...

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