Category Archives: belief systems

There Are No Others: Thoughts on Philando Castile, Alton Sterling, and the Dallas Police Officers

What will it take to believe it? On weeks like this one that just passed, I feel emotionally raw. The killing. All of it. Being against being. It fills me with pain. For Alton’s family. For Philando’s family. For all … Continue reading

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Team Tolerant

I sit here brokenhearted. Just after last call this morning, the most deadly shooting in US history…50 killed, 53 hospitalized (so far) at Pulse, an Orlando nightclub. My husband saw the news on his feed as he waited in the car … Continue reading

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Memorial Weekend with the Monks: Days I’ll Never Forget

Things pull at me. Intuition will grab a cushion, sit on my shoulder, and whisper in my ear until I listen. Not in a stalkerish kind of way, but more like that fun friend who calls you to adventure. (I’m blessed … Continue reading

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Twin Flames

When I met Omaran as part of my venture up to the Mt. Shasta Pyramid, I had only tangential familiarity with the term “twin flames.” I thought it had something to do with the ideal partner that one spends a lifetime … Continue reading

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Death as the Beacon of Life

The key to the conquest of death is to find out who you are. Deepak Chopra I’ve spent the last few weeks working on my eulogy. I’ve come to one conclusion: this is one of the best exercises for framing … Continue reading

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Sacred Spaces: The Mt. Shasta Pyramid

The pull of the Magic Mountain has been strong these past days. I decided to launch my birthday week with a visit. After all, I look at the opportunity to romp on this playground called Earth a great blessing. What peaked … Continue reading

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Metaphysical Goes Mainstream: Reiki Me

Tomorrow, Newsweek magazine’s special March 1st edition on Spiritual Living will cover all aspects we are seeing in the collective including a few of my favorites: adult coloring books, your dreams (the ones you have while sleeping), and Reiki. The issue … Continue reading

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In Search of 10

I feel a sense of floundering going on in the collective. It’s as if we’re in this white-capped sea of humanity and so many are out there just treading water, wondering how long they can stay above water. The question … Continue reading

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Breaking Tradition

“Tradition becomes our security, and when the mind is secure it is in decay.” Jiddu Krishnamurti Them are fighting words, I know. We hold tight to our traditions. That goes for individuals, families, communities, countries, and world. At this holiday … Continue reading

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Core Beliefs can Kill or Heal

This week’s events in France illustrate how core beliefs can kill. They can cause great devastation both to the believer and to those whose beliefs clash with the believer. The cost is high. Individuals symbolize solidarity in beliefs by changing Facebook profile pics, … Continue reading

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