Unexpected insights from brilliant minds, explore ancient knowledge and sacred wisdom based on their own experiences and years of study.

Are you using knowledge, or is knowledge using you?

I began my apprenticeship into my family’s tradition in San Diego, California, when I was fourteen years old. My seventy-nine-year-old grandmother, Madre Sarita, was my teacher and....

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Waking Up Through Dreams

We can know ourselves through self-exploration by interpreting our dreams daily. When we interpret our dreams on a daily basis, we are creating a dream circuit between the outer (conscious mind), and the inner (subconscious mind). The dream circuit is....

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Secret Garden: An invisible bouquet of vibrations!

Plants are far greater beings than we expected? They are also exquisite musicians? Perhaps the biggest lesson in that sounds, below our hearing range, have a significant impact on the energies of living things: body, mind and emotions. At....

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The Magic of Metamorphosis - How We Rearrange the Past and the Future Every Time We Manifest

The Magic of Metamorphosis

You must understand that what you create in your life does not come from anyone else’s energy. Who is in charge of their energy? They are. What you are going to get is going to be made out of your energy. Think about this...

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Sex and God - Osho

Sex and God

The first thing is that up till now, all of human culture has been against sex, against passion. This opposition, this negation has shattered and destroyed the possibility of the birth of love in humans...

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The Wisdom In Golf Balls

In this excerpt from the book The Now Effect, Elisha Goldstein co-founder of the Mindfulness Center for Psychotherapy and Psychiatry, with a …… sense of humor gives us some very simple and practical tips of....

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Sewing Dreams

In 1968, Carlos Castaneda wrote The Teachings of Don Juan, the first of a series of books de-scribing his training with a Yaqui “Man of Knowledge” named Don Juan Matus. Castaneda’s books have sold more than

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The Curious Case of Orbs - An Exploration of the Orb Phenomenon with Miceal Ledwith and Klaus Heinemann

The Curious Case of Orbs

What are the limits to our knowledge about nature? How much more is there to learn about what we currently classify as the “natural world?" As technology continues to evolve, will our understanding of nature expand to incorporate...

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The Lost Art of Resurrection

Let me begin with a legend of a child, born in cave, saved from death in infancy, who grows up to teach a new religion to the masses then removes himself to a wilderness for a prescribed period, and upon his return is....

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Keeping Time - Robert Levine

Keeping Time

In western culture, time is money. Workers are paid by the hour, lawyers charge by the minute and advertising is sold by the second ($86,666.66 per second for the 2007 Super Bowl). Think about this: the civilized mind has reduced time...

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