Gifts of the Unexpected by Carolyn Thompson

One very hot Texas afternoon Cindy picked me up to go visit her longtime friends. She knew them from when they all lived in another city and on the way, I heard the stories of their friendship. We arrived at a small little cottage with a cute front porch. The porch...

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Measuring the Power of Thought by Carolyn Thompson

Power of Thought is a very interesting conversation in which we may find our thoughts and words do matter. That what we think, especially constantly, will become our reality. How do we measure our thought power? When is it evident that what we think truly becomes our...

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How the Body Heals Itself with Foods by William Li, M.D.

One of the paradigms that humanity has held over time is that food can heal us or even make us sick. Yet confusion prevailed due to so many misleading tales of food through the lack of understanding of how food interacts inside the body, how the body works as well as...

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Coming Earth Changes by Carolyn Thompson

The term “Earth changes” became popular in the 80’s, in certain circles who studied esoteric teachings, past to present. It is a term which implied many intense weather, land movements, earthquakes and volcanism. The study was assisting those to understand what is...

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Colors We See by Carolyn Thompson

Color is often taken for granted as just being a luxurious part of our world. We all adore using certain colors in our lives, and that even includes black and white. Why do we see color? How do we see it? Color is light. Color is pure light that is perceived as colors...

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God bless North America, Land That I Love by Carolyn Thompson

What a sight at midnight December 31st in central Texas as I stood at my window in my fourth story apartment. Above the housetops across the horizon were bright exploding fireworks. There must have been over 25 sites sending up large colorful displays in celebration...

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Is Vulnerability Important? A TED talk by Brene Brown

Brené Brown studies human connection -- our ability to empathize, belong, love. In a poignant, funny talk, she shares a deep insight from her research, one that sent her on a personal quest to know herself as well as to understand humanity. In her research of people...

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Be Conscious of Feelings, Now by Carolyn Thompson

As we head through holidays representing many religions and cultures in December, we may find we are feeling things, feelings about others, feelings about situations and feelings that create deep emotions. Nurture your feelings. Follow where they lead you. Feelings...

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Energy that Moves Oceans by various authors

"Sea waves are among the world’s most misunderstood phenomena. When an incoming wave breaks on the shoreline, it appears as though the water has come to the end of a long journey, but in fact the water itself has hardly moved. Most surface sea waves transmit energy,...

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Unprecedented Sugar Consumption: The Path to Disease

Reading a new post about sugar, I felt I had to share it, mostly as a link to its source in order to get the word out.... that most added sugar is not to be eaten. This is important information and there are many other books and articles about the dangers of sugar....

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BodyTalk: What are the limits? By James L Oschman

What you believe to be true is true, within certain limits, which are themselves beliefs. In the province of the mind, there are no real limits. ~John Lilly, The Center of the Cyclone (1979) I would like to discuss the limits of what can be accomplished with BodyTalk....

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Thoughts on Consciousness by Charles A. Lindbergh

“On a long flight, after periods of crisis and many hours of fatigue, mind and body may become disunited until at times they seem completely different elements, as though the body were only a home with which the mind has been associated but by no means bound....

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“Love is our most unifying and empowering common spiritual denominator. The more we ignore its potential to bring greater balance and deeper meaning to human existence, the more likely we are to continue to define history as one long inglorious record of man’s inhumanity to man.” ~ Aberjhani