02nd Oct 2013

Change Makes Cents

By Caleigh LeGrand I sometimes superstitiously pick up change I find on the ground. On a morning shortly after February 4th, 2013 – the day the Canadian government discontinued the penny’s minting...

06th Sep 2013

Naked Reality

By Deborah Dickerson Recent experiences have led me to believe that there is a reality which underlies our everyday existence that most of us do not experience very often. Last year,...

01st Aug 2013

The Vow of Smilence

By Patricia Tomasi When I quit my corporate job to follow my kick ass dreams, I could never have imagined the opportunities that would come my way, simply because I wasn’t...

30th Jun 2013

Return to Sender

By Caleigh Le Grand Today’s dinner break had me thumbing the pages of a Peanuts comic book while I waited for my profiteroles to be packed up at a nearby artsy...

07th Jun 2013

The Healing Power of Music

By Dr. Amy Clements-Cortes Music and medicine have been paired together throughout history, and music was used by many ancient cultures in connection with healing practices. In African cultures, the shaman,...

05th May 2013

The Gift of Nature

By Deborah Dickerson Nature. Such a mystery. When was the last time you thought of the nature of yourself, the nature of the earth or the nature of the universe? I...

09th Apr 2013

Trusting Your Gut

By Jody Aberdeen Robert Pirsig, author of Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance, once wrote that, “The world’s biggest fool can say the sun is shining, but that doesn’t make...

04th Mar 2013

Buddha Bellow

By Caleigh Le Grand  I suck at meditating. Both my mother and sister are yogis, but the mental repose gene seemed to have skipped over me. I’m the girl who regrettably tucks...

08th Feb 2013

What Inspires You?

By Tammy Gunn For many years I wasn’t sure how to answer this question.  I didn’t feel very inspired by much, if anything.  I went from job to job, looking for...

04th Jan 2013

Taking Time to Reset

By Toni Grates For the busy, multitasking mom (and the increasingly busy dad, spouse, single and  everyone else in our fast-paced culture) there never seems to be enough hours in a...

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