by Maureen Venselaar, PhD
The basic features of a near-death experience, such as tunnels, lights, and out-of-body travels, are well known, but much of the phenomenon remains a mystery. Venselaar has dug deeper into the puzzle and may have found a few of the missing pieces.
by Robert Atkinson, PhD
Oneness. Destiny. That vague sense of yearning. These, for Atkinson, are the calling cards of soul-making. But what are we being called to do and how do we get there? The ancient mystics aren’t the only ones with answers.
by Steven Vedro
Intentionally or not, our nervous systems are being externalized into a borderless world of entanglement. The promise is as great as the peril, and our consciousness must shift to safely navigate this new frontier.
by Richard Louv
Instead of “take two aspirin and call me in the morning,” Louv, who coined the term “nature deficit disorder,” advocates a simpler prescription for well being: make meaningful contact with the natural world. The science is backing him up.