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Community Building: How To Build A More Cooperative Culture – Interview with Jamaica Stevens

  Interview by Janae Jean & Spencer Schluter – This episode we spoke with Jamaica Stevens, workshop leader, event producer, group facilitator, community organizer, organizational development consultant, project manager and life coach. Her experience ranges from event production of large festivals, such as Envision and Lucidity to her latest project, ...

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What is Consciousness? 

By Carolyn M. Greenleaf –  As you know, consciousness is the state of being awake or aware. However, in this article, I would like to explore the nature of our changing consciousness. This subject is a driving force within each one of us that seeks to grow, evolve and expand in ways that can be confusing, and therefore ...

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Living in Full Circle Harmony – Our Unified Heart 

By Shannon Chada –  Each one of us is in the process of weaving our own life tapestry. It is with each strand that we tell our stories of brokenness, pain, gratitude, and joy. This all-encompassing masterpiece is a reflection of our life, the journey of our heart and mind.    The Sanskrit word for heart chakra is Anahata, which means "unstruck," as in the sound of the unstruck ...

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Cosmic Daily Weather – April 2017

By Kaye Berjot –  April Overview:   April can have you feeling like you’ve just signed up for Kaleidoscope, a social experiment in living like someone else. (trykaleidoscope.strikingly.com.) This month the rules change, grow, and expand, allowing you to feel freer, and perhaps like a newbie on your journey. With Jupiter, Venus, and Mercury retrograde this month, things are bound ...

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Raise the Bar on Love

By Alan Cohen – Every February, in honor of Valentine’s Day, I explore loving relationships. Many of us have faced challenges in relationships, and we struggle with how to create truly rewarding connections. We search for our soulmate, wrestle with friendships, and dread going home to see our relatives. At ...

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