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Archive for July, 2009

Jul
2009
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MyTunes: Cosmic answers from an iPod

MyTunes: Cosmic answers from an iPod

Even something as materialistic as an MP3 player can help us connect and communicate with the universe GUEST COLUMN: AMY LEASK — When I bought my iPod, it was with great chagrin. I was teaching at the time, and I competed with the little electronic beasts for my students’ attention on a daily basis. I ...
Jul
2009
30
Spiritual Surf: Kennedys, the new anti-atheists, spiritual brain power, and Tweeting God

Spiritual Surf: Kennedys, the new anti-atheists, spiritual brain power, and Tweeting God

As The Vatican, the American Public and Republican Christians remain divided on Ted Kennedy’s “State of Grace” and “very Catholic Funeral”, US scholars debate new ways to communicate with, or ex-communicate, God. Soul’s Code highlights the great divide! Where Americans disagree: “Kennedy funeral rings...
Jul
2009
27

Spiritual Surf: Paris Hilton, Eckhart Tolle TV, Star Wars symphony, Lance Armstrong

More than a soft-core brand: Paris Hilton does have a soul — and a kind mind A documentary which had its first national audience at the end of July on MTV is the ultimate celeb enlightenment-moment: Paris Hilton has been playing us — and a character — all along. Paris, not France reveals that the ...
Jul
2009
27
Spiritual Surf: Eckhart Tolle on Michael Jackson, gay marriage and the Book of Common Prayer, and mathematical meditation

Spiritual Surf: Eckhart Tolle on Michael Jackson, gay marriage and the Book of Common Prayer, and mathematical meditation

According to the spiritual teacher and modern-day mystic, Eckhart Tolle, Michael Jackson was not a successful entertainer so much for his technical virtuosity. Instead, Jackson made a connection with gazillions of people because he was a portal into consciousness and presence. A quote from a rare Tolle lecture, Living a Life of Inner Peace:...
Jul
2009
26
A Kennedy death that offers a healing opportunity

A Kennedy death that offers a healing opportunity

Despite his transgressions,  Edward Kennedy was a model of grace and forgiveness. His legacy outshone Chappaquidick and the shadows cast by assassins Lee Harvey Oswald and Sirhan Sirhan BY PAUL KAIHLA — In our anxious world the news of a Kennedy death has an archetypal effect: shock and awe, a collective “pain body” experience. John...
Jul
2009
24
 Lockerbie bomber: live and let die

Lockerbie bomber: live and let die

An Episcopal priest and pagan witch see eye-to-eye on karma, the power of forgiveness and Scotland’s controversial release of the Pan Am 103 convict DANNY KENNY and DAVID RICKEY — When Pan Am flight 103 was ripped from the skies on December 21st, 1988, it shocked the world and tore a remote tiny Scottish community ...
Jul
2009
24
Spiritual Surf: Woodstock at 40, Burning Man, Malcolm Gladwell, and Lance Armstrong

Spiritual Surf: Woodstock at 40, Burning Man, Malcolm Gladwell, and Lance Armstrong

A BOOMER LOVE STORY: Woodstock poster couple *still* together, happily married . . ...
Jul
2009
21
Spiral Dynamics: The two tiers of consciousness explained

Spiral Dynamics: The two tiers of consciousness explained

After having read the explanation of Spiral Dynamics, here is how to apply your knowledge of this theory in everyday life (Read the first part of this two-part series.) GUEST COLUMN: MICK QUINN AND DEBORA PRIETO — The easiest way to understand the essential nature of Spiral Dynamics (SD) is to picture a ladder that twists ...
Jul
2009
18
Spiritual Surf: TIME on infidelity; The New Yorker on soul, hell, and nuns

Spiritual Surf: TIME on infidelity; The New Yorker on soul, hell, and nuns

When dinosaur media properties fight for life in an industry depression and macro recession, they invade whose turf? Love, loss, realization, sex and “sin” are some of the life highs and lows that provoke spiritual exploration in the first place, and are among the core themes to which Soul’s Code is devoted. We are amused ...
Jul
2009
18

“May I Be Frank” finds the Importance of not Being Earnest

A San Francisco-based independent film documents an ex-addict’s journey to his own soul’s code GUEST COLUMN: DANNY KENNY — Some people are born Frank and some people learn to be Frank, but in the new film “May I be Frank?” no one can ever really be Frank except, well, Frank. Earnest, characterized as someone with a ...