Independence and Interdependence

 Posted by on July 16, 2011
Jul 162011

By C.K. Persons

The United States of America just celebrated its 235th Independence Day. All superficial sentiments aside, the holiday reminds us of the great value of freedom: freedom from anything that strips humans of dignity and freedom for the pursuit of happiness.

Jul 082011

By Bex vanKoot

We all serve something. Whether we spend our hours serving a lover, a family, a job, a country, an ideal or even ourselves, we all serve. It is what we serve that defines our lives. I serve love, and not just any love, but sacred, abundant, unconditional love.

Four Levels of Cosmic Orgasm

 Posted by on February 24, 2011
Feb 242011

By T.M. Bernard

“In Tantra, having an orgasm is more than just a physical release of energy from the genitals. It is a full-bodied state of ecstatic energy that runs throughout your entire body.” Luminessa Enjara

Ecstatic sexuality can be traced to many philosophical and spiritual teachings; to far away lands and cultures that are no longer with us

An Unending Labor… of Love

 Posted by on February 16, 2011
Feb 162011

By Mako Allen

The Tao is divided into two distinct halves, yin and yang. We’ve all seen the yin-yang symbol, the taijitu before. What many people don’t know is that yang is the male half, and one of its meanings is sunlight on the face of a mountain. Yin is the female half, and one of its meanings is the shadow cast in the valley of that same mountain.

Human Dignity

 Posted by on February 10, 2011
Feb 102011

By C.K. Persons

The life and dignity of the human person is the foundational belief of Catholic Social Thought. Genesis, the first book of the Hebrew Scriptures (Old Testament), highlights the Judeo-Christian belief in the inherent goodness of creation. God calls creation good six times and adds the superlative “very good” on the seventh time

Sacrifice and Offering

 Posted by on January 23, 2011
Jan 232011

By Ms. Selina Minx

Sacrifice, offering and renunciation are universal spiritual concepts. They are all interconnected, the basic effect being the transfer of energy from the supplicant to the institution, deity or top. Whether it is a tithe, giving up something for Lent, or the complete rejection of all physical comforts