I invite you to consider that the humble and unassuming task of gardening is a profound method for learning about ourselves, getting touch with our souls, and exploring spirituality. For most of us, our lives are filled with thoughts and feelings that arise in response to what we observe in the world around us—our interactions with others... Continue Reading
Overload: Overstimulated and Underprotected in the Modern Media World
By Nancy BlanningInformation, useful and trivial, wanted or not, bombards us constantly. Our senses are continually stimulated. In self-protection, I have personally found an email access that avoids a “home page”— I no longer am assaulted with the latest celebrity news, nor the disaster of the moment, whether actual or threatened, and I no longer see innumerable ads that tell me what I need to buy for a happy life. These things I can choose to consider if and when I want to. My freedom as an adult lets me have this choice. Continue Reading...
From Darkness to Light: Illness as a Bridge to Health
By Robert Kellum, ND
I believe that we come from the spirit world and our journey is to burn that body away and find our true spirit body again through the exercise of life. Life is a kind of physical “buffer” of space and time, that, at its best, affords us some comfort as we seek to overcome illness and death. Continue Reading...