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Feel the Qi

Today qi is commonly referred to as energy, yet qi is a mystery to modern science. In Chinese philosophy, qi is a subtle substance that pervades space.

Divine Beings and Every Dog is a Divine Being

Have you ever wondered what your dog thinks about you? I love the saying, â??I hope to become the person my dog thinks I am.â? To me, that sums up how giving and loving dogs are for people.

Time to Wake Up from Our Dream

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.

What Is Upper Cervical Specific Chiropractic?

From the very beginning the developers of chiropractic intended chiropractic to be used as way to restore health and function to the sick, regardless of the condition or where their symptoms were situated.

Lynne McTaggart — A Lotus Guide Interview

"When I talk about the bond I mean that nature has a drive for wholeness and has created us only in relationship like one giant superorganism. Itâ??s a fact there is a connection between atoms and all of us in relationship with each other."

Sexuality As A Spiritual Path

What does it mean to be on a spiritual path? Is it a path to the ultimate reality, or God? There is no wrong definition. Whatever it means to you is what it is.

Why Active Meditation

Why it is necessary for Westerners to adapt a new way to find that quiet space and why Active Meditations are the key.

Walking on the Razors Edge

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

Ask Dr. Gayle Kimball-July 2011

Q: Iâ??m a middle-aged divorced guy who realized I wasnâ??t in love with my wives. How can I change this pattern? The women Iâ??m dating now arenâ??t going to be compatible in the long run either.

Ask Dr. Gayle Kimball-April 2011

The democracy revolutions in the Middle East are exciting, but do you think theyâ??re worth the hundreds of people whoâ??ve been shot?