Bathed in Light
by Neville Hodgkinson
Who has come, who has come
Who has come to the door of my heart
With the tinkle of ankle bells
Who has come
From her earliest days, Dadi Janki had the feeling that the secre...
A Season of New Hope
By Shanta Gabriel
This Equinox is inspiring a season of new Hope, empowering everyone to live as if Life Truly Matters, and recognizing that each of you has a purpose in this world.
Reiki for Cancer
Scientists have been researching the relationship between a
patient’s energy fi eld and the onset of cancer for many years.
Back in the 1930s Harold Saxton Burr stated that:
Origins of Jainism and Jainness
by Kanti V. Mardia and Aidan Rankin
Loosely speaking, Jainism was founded by human spiritual guides known as Tirthankaras. This word means ford-makers, path-finders: those who point the way th...
Fear, Shame, and the Light of Truth: Disclosing Past Sexual Assault
By Matt E. Jaremko, Ph.D. and Beth Fehlbaum
Our book, Trauma Recovery: Sessions With Dr. Matt, features a fictional character named Felicia who experienced attempted sexual assault at age 1...
The Hidden Meaning of Fairy Tales and How to Understand Them
by John C Robinson
As a skyscraper must have a physical foundation many stories dig deep in the Earth to support it, so the human mind is built on metaphorical stories buried deep in the psyche...
Ariadne’s Thread and Our Inner Self
by Sarah-Jane Menato
The word myth has many meanings. It can mean a lie; it can also mean an oral legacy passed down from pre-recorded history. Myths are sometimes seen as history di...
How Does One Identify an Experience as a Trauma?
By Matt E. Jaremko and Beth Fehlbaum
Our title might sound somewhat nonsensical. Of course, if you have experienced a trauma, you will know it. However, admitting that you have experienced traum...
The Art of Nothingness
by Paramananda Ishaya
Here comes nothing.
Regardless of what type of practice we may use to explore our infinite nature, there is one common experience. What is the usual response when goin...
“There’s a Cockroach in My Ear”
by Louis M. Profeta
Now, before you think it’s funny, trust me, it isn’t. Anyone who has ever had a cockroach or any other bug in their ear can tell you it is horrifically painful. Picture that...