Volume 17 #1
Compassion and Wisdom
Spring / Summer 2005
Changing Our World
Compassion and Wisdom, Changing
Ourselves, Changing Our World by Swami Amar Jyoti
Practicing compassion softens the mind and heart. It allows love and
wisdom to open within us leading to the reality that we are not
separate, we are One, Spirit, the same Consciousness throughout..
View Full Satsang.
Research by Rupert Sheldrake
Finally! Scientific proof that we all affect each other, the environment
and our world with our minds.
Experiencing God’s Love Energy Within Marriage by John
and Letitia Allan
Love of the divine kindles and keeps the flame of personal love burning
Awakening to Oneness by Llewellyn Vaughan-Lee
As the world appears to be dying through our exploitation and greed,
there is a deep need for the energy of the Real to be given to the whole
of life, to nourish and transform it.
Music of Transformation by Patrick Bernard
One of a trio of directors of this revolutionary film shares his vision
and spiritual journey through the making of the movie.
The Heart Chakra and the Tsunami by P.M.H. Atwater
The tsunami of December 2004 reveals the opening of the global heart
chakra. If we can resonate with this, with compassion and caring,
forgiveness and reconciliation, our planet will enter a higher level of
consciousness that will amaze us all.
Jesus’ Message of Non-Duality by John Martin Sahajananda
Earth Changes, Spiritual Preparation by Swami Amar Jyoti
You Ask Me of God . . . by Rami Shapiro
The Mything Link by Jānis
Hand Mudras by Russill Paul
Spiritual Gardening by Peg Streep
The Sound of Grace by Catherine Johnson
Unexpected Beauty by Katy Bennett
Remembering To Live Poems and Photographs by Mark Tompkins
Chapungu Sculptures of Zimbabwe
Books, Children’s Books, Music/CD
Books, Periodicals, Music, Higher Learning, Devotional Arts, Goods and
Gift of a Lotus Flower on Dal Lake, Kashmir by Alison Wright, www.alisonwright.com
Cradled in the lap of the majestic
Himalayan mountains, the territory of Kashmir is considered one of the
most beautiful places on earth, yet political tensions in recent years
have all but closed the country to tourists. I had just left the town of
Srinagar, which was packed with soldiers, to return to the houseboat
where I was staying on Dal Lake. As this girl passed by on her small
wooden boat, she handed me a flower and with a whisper thanked me for
coming to her country. —Alison Wright