Category: Education and Counseling

Water Is Life

Good water store
Good water store

Water Is Life By Phyllis Humber   When searching for life on other planets and throughout the universe, scientists first seek to establish the presence of water. All life requires water, not only to exist, but to survive, thrive, and to be healthy. Life as we know it here on our mother planet, Earth, is… Read more »

Make a Living at Your Higher Calling

University of Mount Shasta
University of Mount Shasta

How to Make a Living at Your Higher Calling in One Year Joa Janakoayas   What Is One’s Higher Calling? Your higher calling is a more direct expression of your authentic joy. We are all evolving in consciousness throughout our lives, and what we do reflects this. Early in my life I was a gardener.… Read more »

As Within, So Without

Redtail
Redtail

As Within, So Without By Jim Redtail Collins, PhD “If enough of us do the inner work, we will make it.”—Carl Jung   When Jung wrote this, he was referring to what he called the shadow—those aspects of consciousness and behaviors that we do not or will not recognize in ourselves. Instead we project them… Read more »

Allowing Our Shadows

Shadow self
Shadow self

The Art of Allowing Our Shadows            By Aeray Lumm   In the last article, we talked about what shadows are and how they play a role in our lives. Primarily, we focused on why “fixing, changing, or repressing” our shadows doesn’t work to bring real change, and that the path to real change lies in… Read more »

Social Media and Dopamine

What follows is an article I wrote for the Jul/Aug/Sept issue of Lotus Guide on the subject of social media and technology and its affects on our society including the science behind dopamine and their accompanying addictions. This page is to add some videos to watch that back up and add to what I am… Read more »

Listening to Our Shadow

Aeray
Aeray

By Aeray Lumm One of the biggest traps we fall into when working with our shadows is trying to “fix” them. Right now, you might be thinking, “Well, if I don’t fix them, what the heck am I supposed to do with them?” Trying to fix our shadows (or our flaws) is a part of… Read more »

In Search of Balance

By Jane Miners When we think of balance, often we think of stillness. There’s a picture of one sitting quietly in meditation just being still. And though that will happen from time to time, balance is actually the fluctuations, the flow of life, the movement of experience and emotion. The universe is not still, our… Read more »

New Imaging Technology Sees Staph Infections in New Light

Imaging Technology
Imaging Technology

New Imaging Technology Sees Staph Infections in New Light A new imaging technology has been developed in viewing staph infections using multiple devices, which promises to have a positive impact in medical research for fighting off the bacteria. The Staphylococcus aureus is a group of bacteria present in what is referred to as “staph infections.”… Read more »

Breath of Life

Breath of Life-Susan
Breath of Life-Susan

Biodynamic Craniosacral Foundations and Practices   By Mary Louise Muller Ed., RCST®, RPP  Learn to be a more effective, efficient and gentle practitioner. Learn to use the foundations of biodynamic craniosacral therapy to encourage healing and self-regulation of the body as a whole.   Continuing Education for Nurses, Massage Therapists, and Acupuncturists Craniosacral therapy is… Read more »

Food as Sacred

Food Is Scred-Pamm Larry
Food Is Scred-Pamm Larry

By Pamm Larry Do you know where your dinner came from? Who did you buy it from: an anonymous corporation that creates pesticides as part of its portfolio or someone you know who grows organically? How did the grower treat the soil and water while it grew? Did the seeds come from someone who saved… Read more »