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CK, Is My First Chakra Red?

You know that saying, If I had a nickel for every time I’ve heard I’d be a rich woman (or man)?  Well that applies to the "Is My First Chakra Red?" inquiry. And often...

Oneness: What Does It Mean?

When I was invited to be a part of the group from Humanity's Team to petition for a Day of Oneness at the United Nations, I started thinking deeply about the concept of oneness....

Vaudun Concepts: Colored scarves, veves, spirit dolls. By Wynne Hanner / openmythsource.com

Colored scarves, sequined bottles, veves, spirit dolls, metal works, ornate flags. Understanding Vaudun Concepts by Wynne Hanner. Published by openmythsource.com Vaudon (otherwise known as Voudon or Voodoo) originated in west and central Africa. From there it...

The Necklace

Excerpt from Ecstatic Healing by Margaret De Wys September 1993: Rhinebeck, New York It began with a string of beads. Large, rounded, wooden beads painted white. The string was perhaps two feet in length--a simple, unadorned...
Stephen Dunn

Excerpt from Last Words by Stephen Dunn

Stephen Dunn is the author of sixteen books, including Different Hours, which won the 2001 Pulitzer Prize for poetry. Since 1974 he has taught at Richard Stockton College of NJ, where he is Distinguished Professor of Creative Writing. He's also been a Visiting Professor at The University of Washington, NYU, Columbia, and The University of Michigan. He has read his poetry at The Library of Congress, and at many universities and colleges throughout the country.

SEEING IS SEEING NO MORE

SEEING IS SEEING NO MORE In the Timeless Zone, where Sound and Light are One Hearing is hearing no more Nor Seeing seeing any the more Hearing now is the Seeing Seeing itself is the Hearing The Soundless Sound...

Oct 18 | Tiferet Talk Interview with Martin Moran

Tiferet Talk host Gayle Brandeis and Tiferet Journal are most honored and pleased to have as our esteemed guest, award winning writer and stage & film actor, Martin Moran. Join us live on October...

Change is a Constant, But So Difficult to Embrace Sometimes

The essence of life is change. It's really the only thing we as humans can count on. Why do we fight against it so fiercely then? I've heard it said we are creatures of...

Ocean View, Monday, October 11, 2010

Ocean View Monday, October 11, 2010 By Jude Rittenhouse Late today, light’s long fingers—penetrating a wicker chair—made a short-lived lace on a forest green cushion: a briefly flickering legend that will never be precisely repeated and will...

Pilgrimage to Holy India

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