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Book Review - Connections - The Five Threads of Intuitive Wisdom (Popularity: )
Someone once asked Edgar Cayce if others could do what he did, and he answered, "Yes, if you are willing to pay the price." For some, this referred to the material sacrifices Mr. Cayce and his family made to pursue his work. Yet there is another level of meaning to his reply. Many of his statements about intuitive or psychic development pointed to the necessity for personal transformation, not merely ...

Book Review - The Essential Edgar Cayce (Popularity: )
Here is a remarkable overview of the most important concepts in the Edgar Cayce material, by Mark Thurston, who has devoted much of his life to studying the readings, writing books, lecturing, and teaching. Noted author and philosopher Jacob Needleman calls it "Unquestionably the best general introduction to the teachings of this phenomenal American seer, healer, and spiritual philosopher." Thurston has elegantly distilled the substance of over 14,000 readings into ...

Changing History by How Kuf (Popularity: )
Seven international travelers are caught in a sudden snowstorm in the mountains of Tibet. Snow was blowing into huge drifts. The wind stopped for a moment and revealed a group of people trying to descend a steep slope. The person leading the group yelled that something was ahead. The group was thankful because they thought death was imminent. What they saw ahead was a teahouse. A monk and a nun ...

Book Review - Experiencing the Next World Now (Popularity: )
Will we survive? Will global warming wipe us out? Will the U.S. government go bankrupt? Will New Orleans recover? Will an asteroid, a volcano, an earthquake, or tsunami destroy life as we know it? How much life support can we offer to a person in a vegetative state? Is there life after death? Tremulous times we live in, for sure, and in so many ways we face the question of ...

Book Review - Things I Overheard While Talking To Myself By Alan Alda (Popularity: )
Things I Overheard While Talking to Myself is a philosophy book. Yes, really. It is about meanings and values and thinking and learning from experience. True "meaning of life" stuff. Literally. But, be undaunted -- it is done with fun, humor, warmth and sensitivity. In plain English. It's full of fascinating stories drawn from the author's own life; a richly interesting life. Alan Alda looks at his own writings from the ...

First Class Ticket by Ann Marie Zakos - Book Review (Popularity: )
There are no coincidences. We come face to face with life lessons every day and can grow from them if only we choose to. Ann Marie Zakos reminds us of this in her fantastic work of fiction, "First Class Ticket." Philosophy should be this fun and enlightening for all of us! Madison is upset when she learns that she has to squeeze a philosophy class into her busy college schedule. What's ...

Autumn Corridors (Popularity: )
Title: Autumn Corridors Interesting read ... Recommended ... 4 stars The Review The author sets the scene by telling readers 'this is not a story about death, it is a story about the ultimate answers concerning life and its relation to death. These answers came to me by way of these two unrelated but remarkable events. Part one: Spring Corridors - Life as It Was sets the work in motion. Chapter 1 The ...

Interview with Iris Bell, Author of "Chew on Things" (Popularity: )
Dr. Iris Bell is a psychiatrist, university professor, and has been a researcher in areas related to complementary and alternative medicine for 30 years. She was chosen as one of the Best Doctors in the Pacific region of the US in 1996 and in the entire US in 1998. Her passion is to teach people who find themselves with a chronic illness and at the start of their own difficult ...

How To Study And Research Philosophy (Popularity: )
Almost anyone can philosophize with no formal training or experience. It simply consists of questioning and wondering about the foundational aspects of the universe and ourselves, including metaphysics, knowledge, morality, and religion. Nonetheless, if philosophy interests you, you may want to study it and learn more about it, which in turn will improve your philosophical abilities. Let me suggest some ways to study philosophy. School - You can go to school ...

Does the Rain of Benevolence Shower on One and All Alike? (Popularity: )
Knowing can be of two types. There is one kind of knowledge that is rote, memorized; the other is a live-knowing, known from your lived experiences. No memory is required here. Then what you know is true, authentic knowledge. In the former kind, knowledge is a burden, in which there is every possibility that one can drown; it can never make one weightless. Knowing can be a living experience too, ...