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Science Digs Into Consciousness, Soul, & The Afterlife

Sometimes science is redundant. If you've got faith, belief, and even experiences that confirm that life has meaning, consequences, and conscious existence beyond our brief time in our present physical bodies, you might not care what the average scientist thinks.

Or you might be surprised what scientists are thinking about now. (These make for some worthwhile clicking.)

A New View of Consciousness (PBS)

"...there might be a more dynamic relationship between consciousness and other states of...
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General

The Tainted Grain

The Tainted Grain is a story by Rebbe Nachman of Breslov (1772-1810), whose stories express truth at many spiritual levels, including the psycho-spiritual and emotional.

The Tainted Grain

Once upon a time, a worried king had a talk with his prime minister and good friend.

The king said, "I can see in the stars, that every person in my kingdom who eats grain from this year's harvest is going to go mad! What, dear friend, do you think we should do?
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Communication

The Turkey Prince: A Story About Healing The Soul


The Turkey Prince by Rebbe Nachman of Breslov

Once upon a time, the king's son lost touch with reality. He thought he was a turkey. He longed to sit naked under the table snacking on breadcrumbs--so he took off all his clothes and sat under the table, pecking at the floor.

The king summoned the royal doctors--they all tried different medications, therapies, and cures. But none of them could help the prince and they worriedly quit trying.

The king was devastated.

Then, a...
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Communication

Can An Angry Teacher Teach You About Anger?

An Angry Teacher?

Who are your mentors, teachers, role models? Whom do you admire? Respect? Learn from?

Can they control their anger?

Imagine: You're sitting in a college classroom, taking a course on the philosophy of relationships. Your professor, a tenured, well-respected man, gives a brilliant lecture on the nobility of friendship. He speaks about forbearance, equanimity, tolerance and seeing the good in others.

You have a question about the assignment, but
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