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Phoenix 

By Jim Kaminecki – “Whether we choose to remain ash or become the Phoenix, it is up to us.  — Deng Ming Dao  Last July Conscious Community Magazine used the image of the Phoenix rising on the cover.  It was a memorial edition honoring late publisher, Walter Perschke.  He acquired the ...

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Letter From The Publisher – July 2016

Welcome, beloved Conscious Community! I am glad that you are joining me this month, as this is a special memorial issue in honor of the late publisher of Conscious Community Magazine, Walter Perschke. Walter passed away quietly and peacefully with his family by his side on Friday, May 20th. Within ...

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Where You End and I Begin

By Lara Perschke My father was a true enigma, beyond compare, paramount to who I have been, and want to become. I want to talk about his life. My Dad was fascinated with the idea of salvation. It was the last word I watched him write, painstaking and deliberate, standing ...

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A Chapter

By Jim Kaminecki       On a sunny Chicago summer afternoon about 9 years ago, I left my office on Jackson Boulevard and went to Kramer's for lunch. Kramer’s Health Foods on South Wabash Avenue is a health and wellness store with a small upstairs restaurant, where I picked up ...

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So Long for Now, My Friend

By Deborah Zagorski It is with great honor and respect that I reflect on my friend and mentor, the former publisher of Conscious Community Magazine, formerly The Monthly Aspectarian, Walter Perschke. I am one of many who attended Walter’s weekly meditations held on Thursday evenings at his home. I would ...

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A Tribute to Walter

By Anita Wojcik   "The Light of God surrounds us." It all started with a class: Meditation 101. Walter was teaching us how to meditate. His messages were simple: "Focus; Be free of distractions; Say a prayer; Create a Sacred Space; Don't dwell on negative things; Communicate with your Higher ...

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