by Lisa Reagan
The consequences of our 500-year-old model of consumption, profit, and externalized costs in the form of environmental degradation and natural system collapse are mounting. The old story we keep telling ourselves...is evaporating, leaving in its place the frantic question “What comes next?”
by Debra Greene
If everything is energy, what constitutes the legitimate domain of energy medicine? In attempting to answer this question, I found a useful model that is shared by modern science and many ancient traditions. It accounts for the diversity in the field of energy medicine and helps to explain a vast array of energy-based phenomena.
by Paul Devereux
Sacred geography is where the physical environment and spirit meet. A prime example of this is given by the Mamas, or religious elite of the Kogi Indians of northern Columbia, who are trained to see simultaneously both the physical world and the spirit otherworld...
by Peter A. Sturrock
Anomalies should be the lifeblood of science. Niels Bohr once said that “progress in science is impossible without a paradox,“ and Richard Feynman has remarked that “the thing that doesn’t fit is the thing that is most interesting.“