What The Season Of Fall Teaches Us About Life And Death
What The Season Of Fall Teaches Us About Life And Death
by Samer Zaky
I was launched as one; and ended up being trillions of them. The cells composing my body are amazing micro-machines; one…
Why Quick Learners Remember Information Longer
Why Quick Learners Remember Information Longer
by Gerry Everding
Quick learners have better long-term retention of the material they learn despite spending less time studying it,…
A Team Model May Leave Fewer Students Feeling Left Out
A Team Model May Leave Fewer Students Feeling Left Out
by Angie Hunt
A new model could help make college students working together in teams feel more included, according to a new paper.
What's the Goal? Being A Buddhist, or Being A Buddha?
What's the Goal? Being A Buddhist, or Being A Buddha?
by Woody Hochswender, Greg Martin & Ted Morino
Buddhism explains the profound truths of life. But it also provides an immensely practical method for overcoming…
Is There An Unhappiness Epidemic?
Is There An Unhappiness Epidemic?
by Jean Twenge
We’d all like to be a little happier. The problem is that much of what determines happiness is outside of our control.…
What Is The Way of the Circle?
What Is The Way of the Circle?
by J.T. Garrett and Michael Garrett.
The 'Way of the Circle' is passed down from generation to generation, from Native American Elders to the children in…
5 Math Skills Your Child Needs To Get Ready For Kindergarten
5 Math Skills Your Child Needs To Get Ready For Kindergarten
by Susan Sonnenschein, Rebecca Dowling, and Shari Renee Metzger
Parents play a critical role in their children’s early math education. They not only can provide math-related toys and…
Love, Marriage, and Divorce: Rethinking How Marriage Works
Love, Marriage, and Divorce: Rethinking How Marriage Works
by Stuart Wilde
We can only trace romantic love back to about a thousand years ago. Prior to that, there wasn't any romantic love. It's…
What To Do When the Offender is Me
What To Do When the Offender is Me
by Carolyn Baker Ph.D.
In one of her video lectures, Carolyn Myss reminds each John or Jane Doe in her audience that just as he/she is working…
How Pride Actually Benefits The Greater Good
How Pride Actually Benefits The Greater Good
by Andrea Estrada
Pride may not be such a bad thing, according to new research. In fact, it may be how humans stay connected. Human…
How Do You Know If It's Attraction or Lasting Love?
How Do You Know If It's Attraction or Lasting Love?
by Bonnie Eaker Weil
The image of the partner who is most attractive to you is buried deep within your unconscious mind. You began sketching…
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Horoscope Current Week: September 17 to 23, 2018
by Pam Younghans
This weekly astrological journal is based on planetary influences, and offers perspectives and insights to assist you…
The True Meaning of Authenticity
The True Meaning of Authenticity
by Teal Swan
Each and every person comes into this life as a unique expression of Source consciousness. This means each person comes…
Suspending Little Kids Can Do More Harm Than Good
Suspending Little Kids Can Do More Harm Than Good
by Jared Wadley
When schools suspend kindergartners and first-graders, some find it a challenge to turn things around in their academic…
Can You Tell Fact From Fiction In The News?
Can You Tell Fact From Fiction In The News?
by Kathleen Williams and Jocelyn Nettlefold
Have you clicked through to this article from your news feed? Are you checking it on your phone? More of us are…
How To Find The Right Words To Talk About Pregnancy Loss
How To Find The Right Words To Talk About Pregnancy Loss
by Jeanette Littlemore Kate Rumbold and Sarah Turner
Pregnancy loss can be an isolating experience for women and their families. The grief experienced may be intense, but…
Mastering The Art of Loving: A Lifelong Challenge
Mastering The Art of Loving Is A Lifelong Challenge
by Armin A. Zadeh
Can love be learned? In principle, yes, but there are important requirements. Love necessitates a positive, embracing…
Accept and Validate: Acceptance Is The Magic That Makes Change Possible
Acceptance Is The Magic That Makes Change Possible
by Vimala McClure
Acceptance is the hallmark of many Eastern teachings. The opposite of acceptance and validation is judgment and denial,…
How Light and Life Always Guide Us Home
How Light and Life Always Guide Us Home
by Jacob Liberman, O.D., Ph.D.
When I moved into a rented cottage on Maui, Hawaii, some years ago, I found a little Russian Blue cat with gray fur and…
The American Dream: Our Energy Quality Determines Our Output Quality
The American Dream: Our Energy Quality Determines Our Output Quality
by Eileen Workman
What happens if, instead of coming from fear of our own past, we initiate change from a state of quiet confidence that…
Are You Living Your Life Natural or Regular?
Are You Living Your Life Natural or Regular?
by Alan Cohen
It is becoming clear to me that the way most of us have lived our lives has not been in harmony with the way the…
Is it Authentic Telepathic Communication or My Own Thoughts?
Is it Authentic Telepathic Communication or My Own Thoughts?
by Nancy Windheart
One of the biggest challenges that we as humans face in reclaiming our natural ability to communicate telepathically is…
How To Love Craft Your Relationships For Health And Happiness
How To Love Craft Your Relationships For Health And Happiness
by Carrie Jenkins
You know how to find happiness: Just meet Prince Charming (or Cinderella), overcome all obstacles, get married. The…
The Fear of the Ego and the Power of Spirit
The Fear of the Ego and the Power of Spirit
by Vincent Cole
There comes a stage in spiritual development when you will experience the conflict between the fears of the ego and the…
Are You Holding Back from Expressing Your True Self?
Are You Holding Back from Expressing Your True Self?
by Marie T. Russell
We have repressed a lot of our emotions, whether they are considered 'good' or 'bad' ones. Sometimes we hold back on…
Knee Arthroscopy Is One Of The Most Common And Why The Least Effective Surgeries
Knee Arthroscopy Is One Of The Most Common And Why The Least Effective Surgeries
by Ian Harris, Denise O'Connor and Rachelle Buchbinder
More than 70,000 knee arthroscopies were performed in 2011 in Australia and, though rates of the surgical procedure are…
How To Use Astrology To Become More Self-Awareness
How To Use Astrology To Become More Self-Aware
by Donna Cunningham
Astrology has two helpful functions. One is to identify the strengths and abilities and the second function is to help…
Why We Like Some Words More Than Others
Why We Like Some Words More Than Others
by Carmen Álvarez-Mayo
When we listen to a foreign language, we may hear sounds which do not exist in our mother tongue, and may sound…
Exploring The Silence and Doing Nothing, A Little Bit at a Time
Exploring The Silence and Doing Nothing, A Little Bit at a Time
by Richard Mahler
A critical step in the embrace of silence and solitude is setting aside the notion that we have to be "doing something"…
Do Psychotropic Drugs Enhance, Or Diminish, Human Agency?
Do Psychotropic Drugs Enhance, Or Diminish, Human Agency?
by Rami Gabrie
From medication to recreational and spiritual substances, drugs offer us respite from pain, open opportunities for…
Why We Love Robotic Dogs, Puppets And Dolls
Why We Love Robotic Dogs, Puppets And Dolls
by Brent Rodriguez-Plate
There’s a lot of hype around the release of Sony’s latest robotic dog. It’s called “aibo,” and is promoted as using…
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What is an Unaspected Planet?
by Karen Hamaker-Zondag
Aspects form a vital component of the interpretation of the natal chart. It does, however, happen that one or more…
The Neoliberal Myth Of The Superhero Businesswoman Holds Us All Back
The Neoliberal Myth Of The Superhero Businesswoman Holds Us All Back
by Melissa Yoong
We’ve read the stories and seen the figures. We know that women are still underrepresented at the decision making…
As Within, So Without: 10 Thoughts That Lead To Happiness
As Within, So Without: 10 Thoughts That Lead To Happiness
by Len Chetkin
As within, so without. Those four words compose one of the most powerful truths brought to mankind. What happens within…
Does Perfect Love Exist?
Does Perfect Love Exist?
by Cynthia Legette Davis
Most of us long for relationships in which we are loved and accepted just the way we are. Our hearts' desire is to give…
Choosing Hope By Stepping Away from Apathy & Indifference
Choosing Hope By Stepping Away from Apathy & Indifference
by David Krieger and Daisaku Ikeda
We all have a choice. We can submit to apathy and indifference or we can choose hope. This dialogue is about choosing…
How Self-help In The Age Of Responsibility Denies Unequal Realities
How Self-Help In The Age Of Responsibility Denies Unequal Realities
by Galen Watts
Contemporary self-help teachings assure us that we are the makers of our own destiny, that we have within us the power…
Don't Kill the Messenger... Pay Attention to the Message
Don't Kill the Messenger... Pay Attention to the Message
by Marie T. Russell
Many of our "life lessons" come to us through what we might usually call a "negative" experience, or possibly a…
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How Will My Divorce Affect My Kids?
by Kim Halford
Most children adjust well to parental separation and divorce, at least in the long term. A minority of children of…
?Is There Any Real Distinction Between High And Low Pleasures
Is There Any Real Distinction Between High And Low Pleasures?
by Julian Baggini
Parents often say that they don’t mind what their children do in life just as long as they are happy. Happiness and…
Does the Moon Affect Your Business?
How the Moon Affects Your Business?
by Stephanie Clement
Have you noticed that on some days many of your clients or customers seem to have certain things in common.
Difficult Childhood Experiences Could Make Us Age Prematurely
Difficult Childhood Experiences Could Make Us Age Prematurely
by Amanda Hughes and Meena Kumari
We know that comparatively disadvantaged people, even in rich countries, have worse health and shorter life expectancy…
Opening the Door to Trusting What You Are Feeling
Opening the Door to Trusting What You Are Feeling
by Julie Tallard Johnson
When I was a teenager, I began to notice that I was often aware of things that were hidden under the surface of my…
7 Strategies to Turn Trauma Into Strength
7 Strategies to Turn Trauma Into Strength
by Michaela Haas
When Army surgeon Rhonda Cornum regained consciousness after her helicopter crashed, she looked up to see five Iraqi…
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