As I struggle to come to terms with the possibility of my next temporal ruler being none other than Donald J. Trump I question whether I should remain in these here parts. How did "My Lot in Life" come to this? Bad Karma or the Will of God?
Old habits die hard. These habits can be hardwired into us by genetics, physiology, ancestry, or simply by repetitive thought. It takes time to change these patterns, because that is what they are: patterns. And patterns are inherently a closed system.
Rhiannon Paille is a booksmith from the middle of nowhere, Canada. She holds a PhD in Metaphysical Science and Parapsychology, which is to say she happens to know a lot about what goes bump in the night.
John Edward is a household name in Mediumship, teaching and bringing about awareness for utilizing and comprehending metaphysics in one's own life every day. I had the sheer, humbling pleasure in speaking with John over the phone grabbing a few moments of his busy time.
Ever feel like parts of your life could be made into an episode fit for the X-Files or Fringe? I wouldn't say it happens to everyone, but most of us have had at least one experience that we simply cannot explain.
Moving into 2012, we have renewed opportunities to manifest vital aspects of our humanity. Delivering aid to the needy, helpless and downtrodden is not just the right thing to do, it's an important aspect of how we're wired.
Darwinian narratives of "survival of the fittest" and mechanistic Newtonian physics are increasingly being seen as elements of a far greater and richer tapestry. Compassion and empathy seem to be hard-wired into us.
Just as Obama was being feted Thursday night at Harvey Weinstein's West Village pad, at the Bowery Poetry Club a recognized psychic healer was telling the crowd, "I feel sorry for him. He won't be elected to another term."
What if I told you that everywhere you point--be it the tip of your pen, or the outermost tip of Cape Horn--there is a hidden, 6-dimensional space so small that we cannot see it nor ever set foot in it?
Laymen need not be afraid to read The Purposeful Universe even if they are not predisposed to science. As deep and challenging of a read as this book might be for the Average Joe, it's well worth the effort.