Either we are alone in the universe, or we are not. Which terrifying option is your choice? Continue reading “Only Two Possibilities Exist — Both Equally Terrifying”
Storybook land is the name of an amusement park in New Jersey. But, it is also the name of a psychological mental disorder. Make sure you don’t expose yourself to the source of this disease. Continue reading “The Danger of Living in Storybook Land”
The third eye is a portal of perception we find in cultures around the globe. It has many names. However, they describe the same perceptual experiences. This subject brings up a number of interesting questions. We hope these answers help you in our journey of spiritual exploration.
When we think of health and wellness, we tend to think about the body. We overlook the mind and the spirit. So, a holistic approach is one that includes our physical, mental and spiritual health. See how to create a robust plan that includes all elements.
Our thinking can affect the psychic structure of the mind. There is a continuum between proper proportion and one side and clutter and imbalance on the other. Which mindset are you cultivating?
The 6th state of consciousness is a separate partition of awareness with unique experiential properties. How do you get there?
A tradition or custom is a cultural snapshot, a time capsule. They have several important functions in our lives. See how you can use them to make life more meaningful.
Imagining a Beautiful Life. Learning how to use imagination is the “key”. When you imagine a beautiful life, what does it look like?
We take our celestial partner, the moon, for granted. But, if we study it just a little, you’ll see how extraordinary it really is. Continue reading “Most Interesting Moon Facts and Questions ― Celestial Curiosities”
A victim mindset is unhealthy for you and everyone in your circle of influence. Going from victim to survivor is a big step. It takes a lot of inner work. But it’s worth the effort. However, the goal is not just surviving it is learning to thrive. Continue reading “Reaching Beyond Victim and Survivor — Learning to Thrive”