by Angie Kinsella

Nature teaches us to accept ourselves just as we are

by Lisa Wimberger

It is a difficult pill to swallow when we are told our memories are only partly accurate. Memories are the anchor points of our own biography. They are the historical marks that put us at places in time with others, creating a web of interactions that hold together the story of who we are.

by Barbara Marx Hubbard

Conscious Evolution is a new worldview that can guide humanity toward a future equal to our spiritual, social, scientific, and technological capacities.

by Geoff Fitzpatrick

Having worked with mandalas for over 12 years one of the most remarkable things I have noticed is how they can change your state of being almost instantly. Often I will start creating a mandala in a quite fragmented frame of mind.

by Christine Valters Paintner

When I long to go on retreat, it is most often the sea or the forest which call to me. Everything in nature can become a catalyst for my deepened self-understanding. The forest asks me to embrace my truth once again.

by Jasbinder Garnermann

It was the brilliant paediatrician D.W. Winnicott who coined the terms ‘False Self’ and ‘Real’ Self to describe how the sense of self that we regard as our identity is created or compromised from our earliest infancy onwards.