In this interview, Barbara Marx Hubbard brings us face to face with the wisdom of the ages. Gained through her extensive experience with many disciplines and brilliant thinkers of our time, Barbara’s wisdom encourages us all with hope and direction.
It has been very clear to me that at the genesis of many of the issues and conditions we are facing todayâ??be it war, the economy, or our political endeavorsâ??no matter when these issues arose, our female ancestors were not at the table participating.
When someone is disconnected from his or her emotions, for example having difficulty acknowledging anger, sadness, or fear, those emotions can become stuck inside the body. Hear what Lisa Patterson has to say.
Albert Einstein once said, â??Learn from yesterday, live for today, hope for tomorrow.â? A large part of learning from yesterday is to acknowledge the ideas and actions that we had wrong and stop repeating them. This allows us to be more present.
For our first article in "Lotus Arts," we feel fortunate to have met Marianna Love, a member of our community for many years.
Chico is No. 10 in the new book by John Villani, The 100 Best Art Towns in America. What does this mean to Chico and the surrounding areas?
We are discovering again that we live in a deeply mysterious world, full of sudden coincidences and synchronistic encounters that seem destined.
We are the guardians of our society. What does that really mean and imply? In today’s world, it means much more than in any other era.
In every age people have sought to understand themselves, their world, and their universe. They have sought awareness, consciousness, inner knowing, enlightenment and transformation in the search for themselves.
Consumers buying herbal remedies are increasingly concerned about how these herbs may interact with pharmaceutical or prescription drugs that they are also taking.