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by Deepak Chopra
Special to SFGate, July 18, 2016 A common trait in every civilization known to us is now fast disappearing. This trait is the thirst for knowing the self. Most people have read that the ancient Greeks pursued the goal of "Know thyself,” but they do not realize that self-inquiry also stood at the very center of the great spiritual traditions in India, China, and the Judeo-Christian world. Today, a need to know thyself--in other words, to answer...
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by Darius M. Barazandeh
Separatism or Oneness? Last night on June 23rd 2016, Britain voted through referendum to leave the European Union. Many people all around the world are now asking “What does this mean?”   People on both sides are portraying their own version of the reality this will create. Some are saying it’s going to be a ‘great opportunity’ for Britain. While others declaring that turmoil and collapse are just around the bend.  What does BREXIT represent for...
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by Neale Donald Walsch
Reprinted from Facebook, May 1, 2016 Many of the mornings on many of the days in the lives of many of the people on this planet, it’s not very easy to find a very good reason to throw back the covers and get out of bed. Life feels like a struggle mentally, physically, and emotionally from morning to night, with no letup in sight, no relief on the way, no abatement on the horizon. If it isn’t one thing, it’s another…and the challenges don’t seem...
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by Bruce Lipton
March 2016 Bruce Lipton Newsletter Hello Dear Friends, Cultural Creatives, and Emerging Imaginal Cells, Margaret and I have been blessed to once again return to my teaching position in New Zealand. I love this job because I leave the short days of winter in the Northern Hemisphere behind, and overnight, jump into summer, beaches and BBQ’s in the South Seas. Okay … leaving the “brutal” winter in Santa Cruz is really an overstated remark.  Winter...
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by Deepak Chopra
Reprinted from LinkedIn, Feb. 26, 2016 One of the most positive trends in modern society is a belief that a person's entire lifespan should be healthy and valuable. We expect to be engaged and involved into our seventies and eighties, a far cry from the automatic decline that prior generations identified with aging. But the aging process undermines many people, who find that they lose energy as the years go by. I don't mean just diminished...
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by Elisabet Sahtouris
Yes, a laudable historic agreement was reached in Paris by the leaders of 195 countries, who sat up long and exhausting nights to hammer out a complex and unprecedented document signed by all. Yet critics are right in pointing out that this agreement cannot stop global warming or most other disasters we face as a perfect storm of crises. To understand the real importance of the COP21 agreements, we need an evolutionary perspective. For nearly...
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by Gary Zukav
We stand in two worlds. One is the world of a dying consciousness. The other is the world of an emerging consciousness. If we try to solve problems with the dying consciousness, we will fail because all the problems we face were created by the dying consciousness. This dying consciousness tells us there is a prime source which activates unbreakable causal chains, and that source is action. From actions come consequences. To change consequences,...
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by Ervin Laszlo
A STATEMENT ON BEHALF OF THE CLUB OF BUDAPEST, FOUNDATION FOR CONSCIOUS EVOLUTION, GREENHEART INTERNATIONAL, THE HAGUE CENTER, THE GOI PEACE FOUNDATION, THE GLOBAL CONSCIOUSNESS PROJECT Drafted by Ervin Laszlo and Barbara Marx Hubbard An eye for an eye ends up making the whole world blind.                    Mahatma Gandhi There is a well-known saying in France that the French people and all people on this conflict-ridden planet would do well to...
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by Lynne McTaggart
It’s most of the stuff of what we’re made of (we’re 70 per cent water; plants 90 per cent), there’s a hundred times more molecules of water inside us than all the other molecules put together, it covers three quarters of the planet, and life on Earth is impossible without it. But we’re no closer to understanding exactly how water behaves. In fact, water drives most scientists crazy. Water is a chemical anarchist, behaving like no other liquid in...

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