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Death — or Transition?

With Halloween and the Day of the Dead upon us, it seems like a good time to discuss the topic of death. What really happens when our physical body dies? While modern science and medicine is convinced that our physical … Continue reading

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Our Addiction to Suffering

The Buddha said that suffering arises from craving — for instance, craving for more love, more possessions, more physical prowess or beauty. But sometimes I wonder if the truth is more akin to the reverse — that we crave our … Continue reading

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Dissolving Despair

You might think that, because I write articles about spiritual subjects like consciousness and the evolution of the human spirit, I don’t also succumb to worry, fear, and despair at times. Wrong! I have my days, like everyone else. When … Continue reading

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The Individuality of Disease and Cure

One of the most important distinctions between homeopathic and allopathic medicines (and indeed, a difference from many alternative medicines as well) is the individualization of homeopathic treatment to the patient, no matter what the disease “name” is. For example, there … Continue reading

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Cut the Cords That Bind You

Are you familiar with the work of Byron Katie? Her book, Loving What Is, has been quite helpful to me and other members of my family. In a nutshell, she teaches that we can reduce our suffering by resetting our … Continue reading

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Start with What Is

In my book Active Consciousness, I have often mentioned the work of my teacher, Gary Sherman. At the beginning of a weekend workshop with him at the end of April, Gary gave the class the following piece of wisdom: A … Continue reading

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What Is the Meaning of Life?

Recently, I was asked to contribute to a blog, Excellence Reporter, that includes articles by a variety of leaders, writers, musicians, artists, poets, CEOs, laymen, etc. that answer a single question: What Is the Meaning of Life?  I hope you … Continue reading

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Habits

I woke up this morning thinking about habits; bad eating habits, in particular. The other day I was sitting in a movie theater watching a morbidly obese couple happily settle into eating their two giant tubs of buttered popcorn, two … Continue reading

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Health Tips 2015 — or, What I Learned in 2014

It’s hard to believe, but I’m  now embarking upon my 6th year of writing the Impossible Cure Newsletter. Happy New Year! Since most of us begin the year with a few health-oriented resolutions, I thought I’d provide you with some … Continue reading

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The Missing Ingredient of Most Manifestation Techniques

Over the summer, I continued my reading about Hawaiian shamanistic beliefs, and in particular, the work of Max Freedom Long. As discussed in previous articles (October 2012, May 2013, November 2013, May 2014), Long was an American who came to … Continue reading

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