Category: Consciousness

The Consciousness Chronicles

From Julie’s Desk Mad Hatter: “There is a place. Like no place on Earth. A land full of wonder, mystery, and danger! Some say to survive it: You need to be as mad as a hatter.” For the uninitiated, the prospect of watching a film with people talking about consciousness might seem solemn or tedious. […]


WAKE UP

One of the interesting things I’ve observed in the books coming our way of late is a wall-to-wall explosion of spiritual awakening. It doesn’t matter if you’re rich or homeless, a businessman or a check-out clerk, a religious person or total skeptic, a 20-something or retired – you’re equally likely to get a wake-up call. […]


The Secret History of Consciousness

Check out our podcast for great interview with Dr. Meg Blackburn Losey about her new book, The Secret History of Consciousness, that traces the awakening human consciousness from the dawn of recorded history and ancient archaeology through molecular biology, quantum dynamics to the very nature of the cosmos and the future of humanity. It’s like […]


The Mind-Body Connection in Healing

Science, spirituality and medicine come together in the mind-body connection. There have been so many books coming out recently on the effect of thoughts on illness, wellness and the body’s ability to heal, that I thought it would be good to bring some of the best ones to your attention. Make no mistake, dear friends, […]


Julie’s Corner

Metaphysics: my favorite subject. In a nutshell, it is the study of the nature of existence: the nature of being and the world. Metaphysics embodies a search for truth, purpose, and meaning in life—something that is relevant to all human beings. Each of the books below has a unique metaphysical entry point, each kept my […]


The Spirit of the New Consciousness

Over the years, I’ve read thousands of articles and books and met many teachers and practitioners in the new consciousness genre. Each piece of information I’ve gleaned is rather like a mosaic – some fit my worldview, some have made me change it, and others I’ve discarded. One teacher may be very persuasive, and then […]