Category: Guest Post

Astrology’s Potential Now

Guest Post by Shiva Das As exposure to astrology becomes ever more widespread in our modern society, in order for it to be considered more than just a parlor trick, it is necessary that a new understanding and use of astrology should arise as well. It would serve us more to avoid using astrology to …continue

Early American Literary Visionaries on Same-Sex Marriage

Guest Post by Steven Herrmann   The symbol of same-sex marriage Herman Melville portrays for us began to take shape when the 21-year-old writer and his friend, Tobias Greene, jumped from the whale ship Auschnet and swam together to the Island of Nukeheva, in the Marquesas. The action of Melville’s first novel, Typee, centers around …continue

Can Astrology Help You Find True Love?

Shiva Das, author of Divine Love Astrology, shares some wisdom on how astrology can help you find a compatible lover…  Dear Lovers, I sincerely believe that all people and all Signs are compatible. I also believe that some relationships are more work than others. But we shouldn’t be afraid of hard work, which often brings growth. …continue

The Do’s and Don’ts of Love Spells by Robin Rose Bennett

Like it or not, Valentine’s Day is approaching! Love can be in the air for you, too, with some help from Robin Rose Bennett, a master herbalist and author of Healing Magic: A Green Witch Guidebook to Conscious Living. Here, she shares a couple of love spells, along with some practical information on how and how not to use …continue

Book Review: The Creative Art of Living, Dying & Renewal

Book Review by Gilles Marin, author of Healing From Within with Chi Nei Tsang and Five Elements, Six Conditions. From their first word, “Mahalo,” the authors introduce us to the very heart of the spirit that gave birth to their beautiful book. Mahalo nui loa: gratitude, in Hawaiian culture, does not come as an empty word. It comes …continue

Qigong: How to Cultivate Your Warrior-Healer

Over our twenty-three years of teaching processes combining Qigong, guided meditation, and art, we have heard thousands of stories of struggle and healing. A theme that pervades both our teaching and the transformative journey is that the healer and the warrior archetypes and qualities represent a quintessential balance of yin and yang. One cannot exist …continue