"Is it possible that we may be evolving to a level of consciousness at which we no longer need to pretend we know things in order to suppress our fear of the unknown?"
We’ve all heard it: "Well, you gotta believe in something." But do we have to believe in something, as if anything will do? When I read the quote by Voltaire, "If they can make you believe in absurdities, they can make you commit atrocities."
I was a child of the 60s, and so Ram Dass had a profound influence on my life; I still have my original Be Here Now book with the $3.33 price on it.
David Icke has been on the front lines of exposing government cover-ups and conspiracies surrounding extra-terrestrials, UFO’s, the Secret Government, and world domination through the corrupt financial institutions and banks.
I’m sure that most of us can recall that magical moment when we learned to ride our first bicycle. I remember the exact moment…
For those who may have missed my recent interview on Coast to Coast AM with George Knapp, you can visit the Coast to Coast website to hear it or visit www.youtube.com/billventure555
As some of you know, I recently wrote a book that explores the cognitive and neurological functions behind the mental process of believing something irrational and that lacks evidence or experience.
Why it is necessary for Westerners to adapt a new way to find that quiet space and why Active Meditations are the key.
You are about to read an article on a subject that I usually have with close friends, colleagues, and people who are open to thinking out of the box. But don’t even start reading it unless you promise to get to where it asks, "So Now what?" If, while
What is the connection of contemplative practice with responding to the needs of our communities and our world? If we have been using meditation especially as a place of refuge and healing,