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Archive for the ‘Loss’ Category

Jun
2011
24
The lesson of James Arthur Ray's guilty verdict in the Sedona sweat-lodge deaths

The lesson of James Arthur Ray’s guilty verdict in the Sedona sweat-lodge deaths

We’ve criticized Ray and the franchise that made him famous, The Secret. A Soul’s Code practitioner urges us to extend compassion to both the victims and the convicted guru GUEST COLUMN: CARI LA GRANGE MURPHY — The topics of spiritual authenticity, accountability, compassion, and soul growth are all weighing on my heart, mind and...
Apr
2011
20
Exclusive book excerpt:

Exclusive book excerpt: “A Time To…”

A new novel about a baby boomer’s spiritual post-9/11 lessons illustrates that even after the worst tragedies, love, faith, hope and charity survive. SoulsCode: The terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center had a profound impact not only on the world at large, but also on individuals in a solitary way. Some of those individuals ...
Apr
2011
6
On suffering: It really isn't worth the trouble

On suffering: It really isn’t worth the trouble

Oprah and Lady Gaga may be today’s spiritual role models for self-actualization but our devotion to suffering remains a national faith. BY JOHN PTACEK – Why did a tsunami flood Japan? Why can’t politicians tell the truth? Why did it have to rain on my wedding day? If humans really had power, CEOs would be ...
Mar
2011
3
A spiritual response to violent crime

A spiritual response to violent crime

“One should not have to lose a child, especially in the violent manner in which mine was murdered, to learn the things that are indispensable to living.” Linda White’s workshop at the Happiness & Its Causes Conference in San Francisco was co-sponsored by Soul’s Code.  A doctor of psychology, Linda specializes in...
Jan
2011
26
Spiritually $urviving job loss

Spiritually $urviving job loss

The Secret‘s wishful thinking, versus the reality of 7 million American jobs lost. Soul’s Code introduces its own guide to balancing job security — and inner security BY PAUL KAIHLA —  Oprah’s endorsement helped make a viral, online video called, The Secret, a mainstream hit a couple of years ago. The theme of The Secret is...
Dec
2010
22
Humbug to Dickens

Humbug to Dickens

Multiple divorces don’t doom everyone to Britneyhood. At Christmas time broken homes, too, can be merry. BY MICHELLE MORRA-CARLISLE – I wonder how many people feel cheated every Christmas because there is no fluffy snow outside, no cozy fireplace and no Tiny Tim. I must confess that I was down on my own family for years. ...
Jul
2010
14
A gift to the dying: Providing soulful care

A gift to the dying: Providing soulful care

How to maintain your health as you help your loved one reach their final destination GUEST COLUMN: ANDREA CONNELL — As an energy worker, I am often invited to assist others in their final stages of life. If you are a family member or a friend of someone who is dying,  you’ll realize this is ...
Mar
2010
22
Ask a Guru:

Ask a Guru: “In mourning, how do I detach?”

A transgender male grieves his brother by embarking on the Ride to Conquer Cancer, and seeks ways to let go of his family grievances “Ask a Guru” matches your needs and questions with one of the professional practitioners in the Soul’s Code community: BY CHASE CAMERON — On November 27th, 2009, 3:50 p.m., at Toronto’s ...
Mar
2010
19

Spiritual Surf: T.C. Boyle’s “The Silence”; Avatar DVD goes eco; Ricky Martin goes . . . spiritual?

The Atlantic Monthly‘s literary issue highlights a silent spiritual retreat; the Pope’s Buddhist moment for abuse survivors; How social networking is helping cancer patients Call it a somatic awakening. Call it  spiritually-inspired, tattoo-like messages on a maximo nude body. Hell, call it what it is: gratuitous Ricky Martin video to...
Feb
2010
21

Why science can’t tell us if there’s life after death

Scientists at the Human Consciousness Project are studying what happens when we die. It’s not as bad as you might expect BY DAVID RICKEY — When Time magazine wants to engage with its readers, they do articles like, “What Happens When We Die? Their take: A fellow at New York’s Weill Cornell Medical Center, Dr. Sam ...