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SOONER OR LATER WE WILL FACE THE MYSTERY

In LIFE by Lyse Lauren3 Comments

Giving our attention to this huge unknown, which we call death can help us to open another door into the even greater mysterious cavern of, what we call, our life. Which in turn, can point us at last, towards the greatest of all mysteries; that of our awareness.

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THE GOSPEL ACCORDING TO YOUR SAINTED MOTHER

In SACRED WORLD by Fiona Rose0 Comments

Writing is for another. Like talking, speech is for the other. May this white space surrogate for the natural appearance of thought, uncensored. In bygone years, mother’s vision took upon a likeness of ‘white space’. Her thoughts took flight. They were like wings of creative energy, expressed without pause, without censorship.

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THE BEAUTY OF YOUR BECOMING

In SACRED WORLD by Deborah Anne Quibell1 Comment

Everyone speaks to everyone here. But the words. The words are different. The words are angels, each carrying soul and kindness between beings, sprinkling a transformative beauty from their wings. When I returned, I couldn’t help but wonder of a world where words are used in this way.

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DEEP ECOLOGY

In ACTIVISM by Endre Vaslestad0 Comments

All life has intrinsic value, irrespective of it’s value to humans, Norwegian Philosopher Arne Næss said. He believed that the environmental crisis of the 20th century had arisen due to the lack of acknowledgement in our modern societies concerning the value of the natural world as a whole and through a process of falling in love with the world, the wish to protect the environment itself would come naturally.

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SACRED FEMININE

In SACRED WORLD by Sonia Gomes8 Comments

The loss of the feminine features and energy is a serious problem in our society. The society we live in today is shaped by masculine aspects that impose a patriarchal culture based on race, power game, rationalism and success based on strength.

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IN SEARCH OF MEDICINE, BEYOND CLOUDS

In NATURAL MEDICINE by Kate Roddick0 Comments

We were getting close to our destination, and everyone started to show signs of excitement. The nuns chatting at half a dozen- reminiscing stories of His Holiness’s annual teachings this time last year. As we approached Lower Dharamsala we passed the Tibet College of Tibetan Medicine, the Menzi Kang.

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ACTIVISM 2.0

In ACTIVISM by Adam Dreisler1 Comment

It is as if the house of human civilisation is on fire and a few of the inhabitants are trying to yell to the others that the house is burning. The other people hear it but would rather ignore it since it seems like a hassle to put it out, and would rather just continue what they are doing.