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What’s in Store for Us?

What is the story that will unfold for 2011?  Are we living an authentic life, full of healing for our pasts and futures? Surely it is starting with uncertainty where the unexpected is swiftly...

*Starry Desires* Emerging Visions visionary art ‘zine #18 has emerged**

In Honour of Nagasaki Day's 65th Retire War mentality; Celebrate beauty with *Starry Desires* Emerging Visions visionary art 'zine. #18. http://emergingvisions.blogspot.com * Enjoy and Share **

Last 2 days to submit to TIFERET Sacred Poetry Contest! Marie Howe will judge,...

April is our deadline for the 2010 TIFERET Sacred Poetry Contest. Please submit your poems ($5 apiece to submit) by clicking on link to left... First prize is $500 plus publication in our print...

What is God? by Jacob Needleman: Q&A

1. What new perspective can you bring to the tired debates between atheists and believers about the existence of God? Is there another way to approach this argument? In the present debates both sides tend to treat...

Is Your Energy Running Or Are You Running Energy?

Week after week clients talk about pace, transitions and time.  The pace discussion sounds like this: “…”  Got that?  Yeah.  It went by too fast for you to quite get it.  Want me to...

Don’t destroy that journal!

I am reading Lawrence Shainberg's 1995 memoir, AMBIVALENT ZEN for the third time.  I probably won't read it all again -- just browsing this time, finding sections that catch my eye.  It's laugh out...

Once Upon a Swim…

I was in the middle of a long training swim one afternoon, preparing for a triathlon, feeling pressured to complete the session, already thinking ahead to the impossible list of things I had to...

Buoyed by a Bloom – by Anne Peek

I was startled into hope by a sturdy bloom. In a murky week filled with fatigue, overwhelm and heartache, I bought a small pot of Gerbera daisies, bright raspberry red to cheer me up....

after the Rapture

)mad magicks(  Emerging Visions visionary art 'zine #20 will be emerging late this weekend (after the Rapture)  http://emergingvisions.blogspot.com Jesus died for somebody's sins, but not mine Jesus cried, and somebody grinned -- don't whine Jesus smiled his love...