Critical work is being done on our planet now. Spiritual healing work. Light work. There’s a group of people involved in this work. What’s obvious to this group is that time on the planet is fast running out. Among all
In recent months I’ve been noticing challenges with my own smartphone and social media use. This is being reported increasingly in media outlets. It affects young people a lot, but not only young people. Here’s some of what I’ve learned.
This the second time I’m quoting from this book. The first excerpt is in Sound Mind, Sound Body. These Japanese concepts and life philosophies are both practical and human. They’re so workable because they’re natural truths found in life. Wabi-sabi
My year ended with a look at what I own and if I need to keep it all. That’s what Hurricane Irma did for me when I packed everything I need and evacuated. That included things like my printer. All
The end of the year is a time of reflection. We go through cycles of gratitude, fasting, celebrating, traveling, resting and hopefully forgiving. There’s closure and promise. The new year’s afoot! And there’s grabbing. Grabbing stuff. Accumulating things. Yet more
The premise: Spirituality has consistently promoted a gradated worldview; from the subtle to the dense, from the invisible to the visible. Take the subtle soul. It’s immaterial, intangible, and invisible yet it infuses music, art, poetry, love, food, and even
Reiki is historically linked to one of the worst earthquakes Japan has suffered, prior to the one that struck on March 11, 2011. It happened in September of 1923, measuring 7.9 on the Richter scale. It’s known as Kantō daishinsai and