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World-Renowned Metaphysical Teacher Dies

Stuart Wilde, globally respected Author & Metaphysical Teacher, suffered a fatal heart attack while on a scenic drive through Ireland on Wednesday 1st May, 2013. He was 66 years old. “As Author of over 20 books (translated into 27 languages and selling millions of copies) on Spirituality & Personal Development, Wilde was considered by many […]

Desmond Tutu Wins 2013 Templeton Prize

“Desmond Tutu, former Anglican archbishop of Cape Town, South Africa, has won the Templeton Prize, the Templeton Foundation announced this morning. Known for his transformative opposition to aparteid, Tutu was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1984. He went on to lead the Truth and Reconciliation Commission, advocating “restorative justice” for the human rights violations […]

Is Cursive Dead?

New public school curriculum standards in the U.S. do not require the teaching of cursive. But should students be taught it anyway? The NYTimes weighs in on this current debate: is it a cultural practice that has gone the way of the dinosaur or does it activate important brain chemicals and neural connections for learning? […]

Oprah Visits John of God

John of God, the Brazilian “miracle healer,” was visited by Oprah, and her interview with him can be seen on, “Oprah’s Next Chapter, Sunday, March 17, 9/8. If you are in the U.S. and can’t get OWN TV, full episodes are streamed on Click here for trailers of Oprah’s interview with John of […]

Illness Prevention and Longevity

5 Ways that Positivity and Happiness can Protect you from Illness and even Help You Live Longer “Co-author of Choice Point: Align Your Purpose, David R. Hamilton, PhD, has some fascinating insights into well-being. Stress can have many causes but one that applies to many of us is in how we look at and deal […]

Heavenly NYTimes Bestsellers

115 weeks on the NYTimes bestseller list: Heaven is For Real (Nov, 2010)– The true story of the four-year old boy, the son of a small town Nebraska pastor, who during emergency surgery slips from consciousness and enters heaven. He survives and begins talking about being able to look down and see the doctor operating […]

Healing Our Hearts

I wasn’t there. I don’t even have children. But I wept when I heard the news–the heartbreakingly tragic, unbearable news. I wept for the children and teachers struck down, for the families and those swept up in the river of grief and loss, and I wept for humanity. How much more can we take? How […]


It happened three times yesterday, and judging from the perplexed looks I got, people are convinced I am drunk or crazy.  Maybe both.  Of course I was a bit distracted by the day’s challenges. My paycheck was two weeks late and I had several pressing client issues to attend to. In the middle of a […]

Evolution Revolution: Pressing the Reset Button

Since childhood I’ve been fascinated with the inner realms—the psychological dynamics of how human beings behave and interact, and what the inner landscape that drives our individual and relational existence looks like. But my interest these days is less psychological and more metaphysical in exploring the inner states of consciousness: the awareness and responsiveness to […]