A Musical Perspective of Life
Wednesday, July 19, 2017
by Serge Mazerand As a pianist and a composer, I admit being somewhat biased towards music. Yet, when we really come to think of it, we are all musicians by nature. We hum, whistle, sing and swing. Our vocabulary is impregnated with musical terms: we resonate with people and things, we set the to... .. read more..
Treating PTSD with Transcendental Meditation
Monday, July 17, 2017
by William T. Hathaway We live in traumatic times. The shock waves from wars, terror attacks, and spree shootings reverberate through our society and impact us all. For the direct victims and their family and friends this can be life shattering. Many of them suffer from Post Traumatic Stress Diso... .. read more..
Life In the Middle Ages: Facing the Feisty Fifties
Thursday, July 13, 2017
by Amara Rose I see my folks are gettin’ on And I watch their bodies change I know they see the same in me And it makes us both feel strange No matter how you tell yourself It’s what we all go through Those lines are pretty hard to take When they’re staring back […] .. read more..
Why We Need To Understand Our Biological Cycles
Wednesday, July 12, 2017
All of life is interwoven into a living system of cycles, from Earth’s seasons to the enzymatic pathways that provide energy to a cell. Waxing and waning from times of growth to times of rest, renewal, and healing, cycles map the most auspicious time for everything in life. Both women and men hav... .. read more..
Love And Knowledge – Are They Different?
Monday, July 10, 2017
by Ziv Porat Is there a difference between love and knowledge? At first glance this appears to be a rather silly question, since it seems to compare apples to oranges. The personal experience of loving, on the one hand and of knowing on the other, are so very different, how could they be the same... .. read more..