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Talking to Myself

Today I’d like to reflect about the practice of talking with one’s self. I’ve become used to talking with my self over many years of my life. I think it’s a... 



Shoved Around With Love

"And the day came when the risk it took to remain tight in the bud was more painful than the risk it took to blossom” – Anais NinEver had that thought of "right place/right... 



Restoring Our Connection to Food  

First and foremost, we ALL eat for a living. And…most of us are utterly dependent on the labour of others to do so. Restoring our connection with food needs to begin by acknowledging... 



Who Am I?

What do you see when looking at your reflection in the mirror? Do you see the face and features, or do you see the person within? Have you noticed that when you look at your reflection... 



BC First Nations Spirit Pole

The Cowichan 2008 North American Indigenous Games in Duncan, scheduled for August 3 – 10, was going to be special. With BC150 celebrating 150 years of cultural diversity and achievement... 



Thunderstorms and Rainbows: The Extraordinary Life of a Child with Behavioural Challenges

I am the single mother of an extraordinary boy. He arrived in this world on May 27, l997 at 2:30 a.m. after an interminable amount of hard work and coaxing, an attitude, I must confess,... 



Nanaimo Metaphysical Society – Network News

Nanaimo’s Metaphysical Network is growing faster than we could have imagined. It seems that every new speaker brings along newly-interested friends. It is very probable that... 



Deconstructing Dinner in Our Schools

At only ten years of age, Kodiak Morasky is deeply concerned about where his food comes from. "I’d discovered that whenever someone sits down and eats a pizza, they don’t... 



Weaving the Words

"The way Grandpa taught us,” Ellen White begins, gently tapping her forehead, "he always said, ‘What is the thought before it becomes IN you’? And that means, what... 



Conscious Living and Dying

When my mother became terminally ill a few years ago, I was devastated. Even though I had worked in hospice and knew that rather than being a morbid place full of fear, it was in... 



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