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June 2007 Archives

I know I quoted from a Buddhist essay yesterday, but I’ve got to do it again. I swear, the Buddhist press is printing some of the best writing out there. Here’s an excerpt from an article by Darlene Cohen called […]

Here’s a funny gallery of images showing how God has been portrayed in films and TV shows over the last several decades

There’s a gorgeous essay by Lin Jensen in the June/July Mandala, connecting the way birds molt to the process of awakening through spiritual practice. Here’s an excerpt: The molting of birds can be either sudden or gradual. The sudden or […]

“Why do you keep looking at it?” my 10-year-old said with a chuckle as I stopped to look again at the OM magnet I’d secured to the left side of our car’s trunk. I’ve placed it about 16 inches northwest […]

Thanks Sierra for alerting us all to Linda’s yoga blog. Click here to read.

Thanks to the reader who brought this Houston judge’s unusual sentence to our attention. The case was publicized some in January, but I missed it. Today, I tried and failed to find James Lee Cross through Houston directory assistance. I’d […]

Nutrition powerhouses Sally Fallon and Mary Enig (the authors of “Nourishing Traditions: The Cookbook that Challenges Politically Correct Nutrition and the Diet Dictocrats“) write passionately about the “dark side of America’s favorite health food”–SOY–in the July/August edition of Well Being […]

Yoga is peaceful, and class is usually quiet. But some 800 people registered to take one of six yoga classes in the large traffic island within Times Square on Thursday, an all-day event organized by the Times Square Alliance in […]

If you have a sensitive child who has been diagnosed with ADHD or any other developmental delay, you may want to attend the upcoming “Building Bridges” conference, September 15-17, in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. The organizers emphasize what’s miraculous and amazing […]

Meet Meet Mark Patterson. He opens his mouth, and sounds come out. Patterson knows his sounds soothe. Now he’s beginning to research how his sounds might heal. Patterson has no training in music or Tibetan throat singing. The sounds, he […]