Do you know about past-life regression? If you're a new friend, you might not know that I'm a past-life regressionist. I'm finishing up a three-course graduate program in past-life regression at Atlantic University, the school Edgar Cayce founded in the 1930s. It's a terrific program grounded in . . .
As you read this I have already begun an amazing inner journey that started today as I walked through a doorway, the portal to my inner world... on an inner journey. I'm in Virginia Beach this week, doing a residency for the first of three courses in a graduate certificate in Integrated Imagery. . . .
These past four days I lived in a place where all hearts were wide open. No, we weren't all sitting around singing Kumbaya. Not at all. We were scientists, scholars, chaplains, grieving families, soul journeyers, mediums, physicians--you name it--all gathered together to share and to love. All . . .
I first encountered the Bhagavad Gita in my freshmen religion class, when it was part of our assigned reading. I can't say it made any impact then, but once I got to India, it came to mind again. I bought a copy and then this deck of inspirational cards with wisdom from the Gita. Here's the copy . . .
The Indian people we have encountered along this journey are some of the happiest, sweetest, nicest I’ve met in my travels, always smiling and wanting to help you. The children, especially, seem always happy—especially those I saw who were dirty, dressed in rags and living in a hovel on the street. . . .
I would bear it all broken just to fill my cup. ~ The Decemberists Fairy tales talk about Prince Charming and happily ever after and yes it's true: meeting our soulmate is the pinnacle of life for many of us. Sometimes, though, happily ever after for us and our soulmate isn't in the cards. So, if . . .
Actually, I've got too many ideas. My mind is always whirring, chugging along on multiple tracks at the same time and apt to take a right turn at any given moment. Or a left. Or turn around and return. Too damn many ideas, that's the problem. I'm not teaching this summer, but I had full plate of . . .
Morocco 2012 Opening the door to the divine is a lot different than religion, it turns out. And it's something I never gave much thought to when I was younger. I never connected with Catholicism in more than a cultural way, maybe because I didn't go to Catholic school. And never really . . .
They will come back and come back again,as long as the red Earth rolls.He never wasted a leaf or a tree.Do you think He would squander souls?-Rudyard KiplingThis is what I believeand I am as convinced of itas I am that the sun rises in the east.Here's a step further.I believe in the concept of soul . . .
It's a good thing I believe in reincarnation, because there are still so many more things I want to do --more than there is time for.I want to live for a while in a villa in the Italian countryside, among olive trees, figs and peaches. A shaded patio with a large table, a woodburning stove and a . . .