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Chemtrails and Courage

I’d like to invite you to read my review of Michael Murphy’s documentary, What in the World Are They Spraying? Let me say that this is a very solid film–no hype or hysteria. It is almost two hours of sober interviews with scientists and other people who have been tracking the changes appearing in the […]

Bringing the Church Back to its Roots

Could there be a revolution afoot within fundamental Christianity? Two ministers, Carlton Pearson and Jay Bakker, have recently come out with books that call for a return of Christianity to its roots of compassion and inclusivity.  Both of them are the sons of fundamentalist preachers and they were both ostracized by their respective communities, though […]

World Sound Healing Day

Monday, February 14th, 2011, is the celebration of the  9th Annual World Sound Healing Day—a beautiful opportunity for us all to bring peace and healing to Mother Earth through our internationalized loving sounds.  At 12 noon Eastern Standard Time (EST–New York Time) on that day, people throughout the planet will set the intention of peace […]

Pick-a-WooWoo Wins Award

Congratulations to Julie-Ann and Nicole of  Pick-a-WooWoo Publishers and to author Suzanne McRae, for getting to be a Children’s Book Finalist for the  Best Book Awards 2010, USA Book News for their delightful book, KC the Conscious Camel. This beautifully illustrated book offers a wonderfully entertaining story for children of all ages. It is a […]

What The Books We’re Reading Tell Us

You know people are hurting when two of the books on the NCR Best Seller list are, “When Things Fall Apart” (Pema Chodron) and “The Ten Things to Do When Your Life Falls Apart” (Daphne Rose Kingma). I guess when we’ve given up on the economic stimulus and the good will of the financial and […]

Enlightenment Sprouting in Kids TV

A harbinger of a spiritual spring? Sprout, the first 24-hour preschool destination available on TV, on demand and online for kids ages 2-5, announces the exclusive U.S. launch of dirtgirlworld, the first green living series for preschoolers. “Sprout’s Dig Into Earth Day with dirtgirlworld” marathon will air on Sprout from noon – 3 p.m. ET […]

Tipping Point for Digital Publishing

I predict that Apple’s iPad, which sold 300,000 on its first day out, will be seen as the tipping point technology for the publishing industry! Already, a possibly nervous Amazon announced that they are offering free Kindle reading apps for your PC and iPhone. You can now choose from over 450,000 Kindle books, plus thousands […]

Psychics Come Out

I recently reviewed memoirs from two ladies who had some really far out experiences that they reluctantly came to accept as reality. They both were what you would call normal, everyday people who weren’t even spiritually inclined. As a child, Suzanne Jauchius (author of You Know Your Way Home ) knew things before they happened, […]

Hello world!

What an interesting web of interconnection is being created here. Let’s hope that coming together virtually translates into more compassion and understanding among people, and that we truly learn to love our neighbors in this global village as ourselves.