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Dream Interpretation - Facing an Army

Someone sent me this dream recently:

It wasn’t that it was a violent sad dream. Me and my buddies where there. It was like back in the day with swords and horses and we were lined up against a army bigger then ours. 399 more words

Negative Figure

Short Inspiring Story on Dealing with Death and Cancer - Adyashanti on Sri Ramakrishna

Published on Feb 20, 2017

Spiritual Teacher with a Zen Buddhism background Adyashanti tells a beautiful story of how Sri Ramakrishna Paramahansa dealt graciously with cancer and death.

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Non-duality

Book Review - No one has to die alone by Dr. Lani Leary

Too tired to read? You can listen to Jeyran’s review below.

Summary

“Caring for a terminally ill loved one can be the single biggest challenge of your life. 101 more words

Book Review

Radical Hope: Ethics in the Face of Cultural Devastation

Radical Hope: Ethics in the Face of Cultural Devastation is the title of a book I just read, a book I felt compelled to read in light of the current situation in Washington, D.C. 1,021 more words

Life & Death

Dreamwork for Children: How to Uncover the Message in a Child's Dream to Help Them Be Their Best Selves

Recently a 12-year-old, my daughter, told me she dreamed she was standing on a cliff and it started to break apart. The earth beneath her began to crumble and she fell. 1,016 more words

Fear

^Happy Birthday in Heaven, Mom! (February 8th 2017)^

My mother Alice, was one of the most authentic people I ever met. I say this before I even say she was sweet, kind and big hearted, because I find authenticity one of these qualities that we as people naturally want to express, yet often suppress out of fear of what people will think of us.   1,283 more words

Birthdays

Review: Did You Ever Have a Family

Did You Ever Have a Family
By Bill Clegg
Gallery/Scout Press, Paperback, 9781476798189, May 2016, 320pp.

The Short of It:

Grief is processed in many different ways and Clegg manages to capture all of them in this beautifully written novel. 218 more words

Book Review