The collective dream of humanity for many millennia has been to create a peaceful and enlightened world. At first it was just mystics who dreamed of it, but the numbers now are growing exponentially. This collective dream has entered the realm of the mind sphere – the noosphere – and is ready to be unleashed. Take a look at the rest of our website to find out more. … [Read more...]
Quote of the Day: 10/10/13 – Jean Houston
"There is something else that is trying to come through - that lure of becoming - and it does come from the realm of spirit, it does come from the quantum universe, it does come from the great spark that is the threshold of time and history trying to emerge and electrify us." - Jean Houston … [Read more...]
How Important Is Relaxation?
Tell us about how you relax? What methods do you find work best? … [Read more...]
Quote of the Day: 9/10/13 – Jack Kornfield
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An Autobiography in Five Short Chapters
An Autobiography in Five Short Chapters is by Portia Nelson CHAPTER ONE I walk down the street. . . . There is a deep hole in the sidewalk . . . I fall in. . . . I am lost . . . I am hopeless. . . . It isn’t my fault. . . . It takes forever to find a way out. CHAPTER TWO I walk down the same street. . . . There is a deep hole in the sidewalk. . . . I pretend I don’t see it. . . . I fall in again. . . . I can’t believe I’m in the same place. . . … [Read more...]
Words From the Poet Laureate: A Letter From Orpheus
Today we have a deeply touching short story, "A Letter From Orpheus," from David Tucker, the Poet Laureate of the Quantum Revolution. A Vermont-based poet, David is an insightful commentator on our internal and external cultural, spiritual and political milieu.
A Letter From OrpheusAfter the poetry reading our three cars drove the Vermont forest...almost dark. At the reading there were words. Lots of words but very little music … [Read more...]
What Do You Think To The Prospect Of Eating Insects?
By 2050, the UN expects that there will be almost 10 billion people on the Earth. This poses some serious practical questions, not least among which is how we'll put food into 2.5 billion or so extra tummies (especially given that we don't adequately fill all of the 7-plus billion we already have). If you're yet to hear alarming phrases like "food security" and "sustainable intensification" you've probably been living under a rock. Which is apt, … [Read more...]
Crops Can Be Made Self-Fertilizing With Nitrogen-Fixing Bacteria, Making Artificial Fertilizer Unnecessary
A second Green Revolution? Nitrogen fixation is the process by which nitrogen is converted to ammonia, a compound of nitrogen and hydrogen that is necessary for plants to grow. Problem is, only a few plants like legumes (peas, beans, lentils) can fix nitrogen from the atmosphere with the help of symbiotic nitrogen-fixing bacteria. The vast majority of plants have to get their nitrogen from the soil, and there's not enough of it everywhere. That's … [Read more...]
5 Ways to Prevent Food Waste at Home
Watch Your TrashFor one week, take note of what's in your trash. Don't just look at it, but analyze everything that goes in the bin or down the disposal. (If you're really serious, you might jot down your observations in a notebook.) Then adjust your habits. If you threw away half a box of stale cereal, either buy a smaller box or store cereal in an airtight container immediately after opening. If week-old leftovers are … [Read more...]
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