Someone Moved

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We moved to Phoenix in mid-June. I don’t yet feel at home. The oppressive heat has been wearing on me, but I can see an end to the furnace-inspired onslaught soon. I find ways to stay positive and adapt. I … Continued

Your True Self

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Do you know who you really are? We define ourselves by our roles in life: our jobs, our career, our roles as mother, father, wife, or husband. We define ourselves by our status, our home, or our cars, boats, or … Continued

The Internet: Training Wheels for Telepathy

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Humanity has always been intuitive, however in modern times, we have been taught that our intellect is of utmost importance. Of course, our intellect is very powerful, and it has been very useful. However, believing that our intellect is the only … Continued

Love

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The question of healing came up recently when someone wrote to Mark about one of his meditations and how it had helped them heal back pain. I started thinking a lot about healing, and why meditation and focused thought can … Continued

The Guru Within

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There is a meadow by my house. On one side of the meadow is a beautiful view of Mount Shasta. On the other side is a slightly obscured view of Mount Eddy. Like my neighborhood, the meadow is on the … Continued

The Blessing of Manjushri

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Tibetan monks visited Mount Shasta. I wanted to visit and connect with them, so I went to a meditation. I went to the only one I had time to do. It was a Manjushri empowerment meditation and blessing. When I told … Continued