08th Nov 2015

In My Solitude

By Terri Catlin I used to be someone people would describe as quite extroverted and reasonably successful. Gregarious, outgoing, and very busy. Despite physical warnings to slow down, I pushed on...

05th Sep 2015

Overcoming Barriers

By Rev. Glen Eagle I start with an old story that is probably politically incorrect in today’s world, but makes a point. It’s about a boy who phones home from college...

08th Jul 2015

How Yoga Transformed My Life

By Matt Vidler My transformation from a 283lb bipolar-sufferer in 2009 into a presently 167lb healthy, fit, and balanced person, was achieved through a committed, consistent, and disciplined Asana practice. It...

05th May 2015

Moving Pictures™ – A Review of Babette’s Feast

By Terri Catlin I know it’s not in vogue to use or even like narration in a film, but I must confess that I love it. I have always loved it....

04th Mar 2015

Singing For Your Soul

By Amy Clements-Cortes, PhD Do you sing in the shower, or in the car, along to the radio? If so, you are in luck! Did you know there are a number...

28th Dec 2014

Some Assembly Required

By Rev. Glen Eagle By the time you read this article, the holidays will be over. Some things will remain, some won’t. Among those that don’t remain are the batteries that...

05th Dec 2014

Moving Pictures™ – A Review of Love Actually

By Terri Catlin A director friend once told me that observing people at an airport is like watching a Chekhov play. If you’ve never noticed the heightened emotion of everyday air...

05th Nov 2014

A Gift of Love to the Self

By Matt Vidler Through a regular practice of Qigong (energy cultivation) and Yoga Asana and meditation, my life journey continues to reveal discoveries and mysteries, contemplations and delusions. All of which...

09th Oct 2014

Transitioning Seasons

By Deborah Dickerson At this time of year, it’s difficult for me not to be aware of the transition from summer into fall. The daylight is getting noticeably shorter, and there’s...

06th Sep 2014

Avoiding Death

By Rev. Glen Eagle There may be some things in life that you wish were certain, like winning a lottery or meeting the perfect person, but apparently there are only two...

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