The Transformation of Our World
by Llewellyn Vaughan-Lee
Death is a natural transition, a change from one state to another. Leaves fall from trees; the fallen leaves providing nourishment for fungi, which grow as the leaves decompose. When my beloved cat died I watched the white light of his life force flow from his little body and return to nature, to the web of life to which it belonged.
Life Lessons from the Native Way
by Kent Nerburn
I was somewhere near the Missouri River, just inside the boundary of the Standing Rock Lakota reservation on the border of North and South Dakota. The heat was insupportable. I could not drink enough water, could not keep a towel wet enough around my neck to ward off the searing pain of the relentless summer sun.
Learning to Manage Triggering Emotions
by Mark Coleman
The most common situation is road rage: someone’s reckless driving triggers a moment of terror, and that terror instantly turns into rage or righteous indignation and the desire to retaliate, perhaps by engaging in the same dangerous behavior! The limbic system is the emotional heart of the brain. The amygdala within that structure is our inner sentinel, always on the lookout for danger and possible threats.