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Archive for March, 2009

Mar
2009
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How I silence my mind in a hectic world

How I silence my mind in a hectic world

“Every emotion you go through in this rat-race life, I am going through, too” GUEST COLUMN: NICK RALLS — I try to find love and peace in the everyday world while in the midst of the rat race.  I often reflect on how it might be easier to cut the world off but I know ...
Mar
2009
25
Spiritual Surf: Lost says,

Spiritual Surf: Lost says, “Namaste”, Tony Robbins writes “vanity”, Jennifer Aniston’s Dogma, Yuppie Islam and More

Lost goes all the way with, Namaste When the Sopranos was on the air, Soul’s Code liked to call the HBO “family” show the TV series with the most mystical messaging. Sorry Tony, but ABC’s Lost now blows your crew off the screen on that score. The way that Lost routinely plays with the notion of ...
Mar
2009
16
A first-person prescription for job-loss

A first-person prescription for job-loss

As a producer in the revolving-door of media, Heli knows job loss. Here’s how she accepts the day she gets the news GUEST COLUMN: HELI TUOMI CARLILE— I have a positive approach to job losses. I always try to welcome them as signs from the universe, signs that it’s time to move on to a ...
Mar
2009
14
March 25 - 31, 2009: The Great Peace Bed-In

March 25 – 31, 2009: The Great Peace Bed-In

On the 40th anniversary of John Lennon and Yoko Ono’s 1969 bed-in, thousands will lie down to give peace a chance GUEST COLUMN: PIPPA BARTOLOTTI — Have you ever really thought about what you can do for peace? Many thousands of people are prepared to click an icon and join a peace group. For instance, ...
Mar
2009
11
Spiritual Surf: Dalai Lama's Hell on Earth, Brad Pitt explores the soul of Percy Fawcett, and Dr. Phil

Spiritual Surf: Dalai Lama’s Hell on Earth, Brad Pitt explores the soul of Percy Fawcett, and Dr. Phil “Creamed”

Dalai Lama: Tibet has become “Hell on Earth” Speaking yesterday in Dharamsala, India, on the 50th anniversary of Tibet’s foiled uprising against Chinese rule, the Dalai Lama warned that Tibetan culture faces extinction and that authoritarian rule has made life in the Himalayan nation “hell on earth.” It’s one of the boldest...
Mar
2009
9
Gross! The great unifier of the human collective

Gross! The great unifier of the human collective

We may be one consciousness but Mary Roach’s Bonk details in naturalistic glory how we are also 6 billion runny noses and rumbling stomachs GUEST COLUMN: AMY LEASK — I’m on my third book by Mary Roach and I’m riveted. It’s called Bonk: The Curious Coupling of Science and Sex, and it’s a very graphic ...
Mar
2009
7
What is your dosha?

What is your dosha?

Ayurvedic medicine made Deepak Chopra rich and famous. It can make your next spa visit an exercise in deep healing GUEST COLUMN: ALAN ANNAND — You may have heard about Ayurveda, and wondered what it is.  Ayurveda is a holistic system of medicine that has been practiced in India for over 5,000 years. Literally, the ...
Mar
2009
6

A history of consciousness, and how to live in presence

Featuring Eckhart Tolle, parapsychologist Rupert Sheldrake, philosopher Teillard de Chardin and psychiatrist Margaret Mahler BY DAVID RICKEY — If Eckhart Tolle is correct (and I believe he is) that the purpose of life is the evolution of consciousness, how does that happen in an historical and biological perspective? Leaving aside the big...
Mar
2009
5
Is your 'essence of being' the same thing as your 'inner child'?

Is your ‘essence of being’ the same thing as your ‘inner child’?

The Indian poet Nachi Ma’s view of a child’s wisdom isn’t the street-smarts in Slumdog Millionaire.  It’s a theory of consciousness SPECIAL TO SOUL’S CODE: NACHI MA — I feel that there is lot of wisdom rooted in childhood that is ignored, or not recognized because we never assume or look that way. When a child is...
Mar
2009
4
Spiritual Surf: Commandments beat Aphorisms, Obama—Antichrist or Hitler? Why Islam, and more

Spiritual Surf: Commandments beat Aphorisms, Obama—Antichrist or Hitler? Why Islam, and more

Supreme Court: Ten Commandments trump Seven Aphorisms Last week the U.S. Supreme Court determined that Summum, a religious group that blends Egyptian practices like mummification with Gnosticism, could not place a monument in a Utah public park inscribed with its Seven Aphorisms, even though a tablet inscribed with the Ten Commandments already...