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Archive for January, 2009

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2009
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Where

Where “Snot Boy,” “Dogma” and the Dalai Lama meet

The platypus, a baboon’s behind, and The Housewives Tarot prove that the universe has a wild sense of humour  GUEST COLUMN: AMY LEASK — As an undergrad, I took an English seminar on women and nature, which included a number of traditional stories from Canada’s “First Nations” communities. Eyebrows went up when we were...
Jan
2009
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Spiritual Surf: Dr. Phil, Deepak Chopra, Oprah and the 'Doomer-sphere'

Spiritual Surf: Dr. Phil, Deepak Chopra, Oprah and the ‘Doomer-sphere’

SOUL’S CODE — Depression chatter, global-warming warnings and permanent war in the Middle East have created a bull market for the “doomersphere” (credit to the New Yorker for the phrase). Meet four (online) horseman of the apocalypse: Nassim Taleb is a former hedge-fund manager and critic of globalization who is a kind of ...
Jan
2009
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My 'baby mission' was accomplished with the help of Reiki

My ‘baby mission’ was accomplished with the help of Reiki

A reiki master in her late 30′s describes how she used the body-work technique to help conceive her first child BY DANA L. YOUNG — Can practicing reiki help you if your goal is to become a mother? I had already been practicing reiki when I became pregnant in 2006. I’m in my late 30’s ...
Jan
2009
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Separated at miraculous birth: Barack Obama and Jesus Christ

Separated at miraculous birth: Barack Obama and Jesus Christ

From deadbeat dads to the middle initial “H”? The Top 10 reasons why Obama and Jesus are, like, almost the same person SOUL’S CODE — When Freud coined the term, transference, he used it to describe the unconscious projection we have about a parent, or some other childhood figure, onto a lover, boss — or, ...
Jan
2009
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James Hillman's

James Hillman’s “A Therapy for Psychotherapy”

The last living legend of 20th-century American psychotherapy advocates “pagan psychology” at Santa Barbara’s Pacifica Graduate Institute BY SMADAR DE LANGE — People go to psychologists and psychiatrists to seek help for universal issues such as loneliness, anxiety and emptiness. But what happens in a psychotherapy session is...
Jan
2009
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Google goes spiritual

Google goes spiritual

Drawing on “Emotional Intelligence” author Daniel Goleman and a recent Oprah guest, Google launches a School of Personal Growth PAUL KAIHLA — Apple isn’t the only Silicon Valley anchor-tenant that knows how to execute a stealth launch. For Google, though, this one wasn’t about products — and it seems that the...
Jan
2009
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5 Mind-Body workouts that are about to Break out

5 Mind-Body workouts that are about to Break out

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Jan
2009
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From sinner to saint: My beginner's mind

From sinner to saint: My beginner’s mind

“Work was my compulsion; the admiration of others, my addiction. Taking back my life was a labor of love” DATELINE, British Columbia: DAWN DANCING OTTER — I was raised a Christian. My family, for many generations (so far as I know) has been Christian of one denomination or another. When I was a child, I ...
Jan
2009
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Forgiving the Unforgivable

Forgiving the Unforgivable

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Jan
2009
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Why 2008 was spiritually great

Why 2008 was spiritually great

A piece of you: Soul’s Code readers report a year’s worth of their spiritual highs SOUL’S CODE — The late, great 2008 was a perfect storm for pessimists. They glommed onto the fact that it was the worst year for the stock market since The Great Depression ($7 trillion vaporized). And rightfully mourned the bombing into ...