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Irregular Times Dream Tending Workshop To Begin Tonight – Pay Now!

Unlike Aizenstat’s worshops, which are located in the boring old Switzerland of the physical plane of existence, Irregular Times dream tending seminars are held on the ZubZub beaches of the astral plane… for those who spiritually enlightened enough to follow the path. This [...]

Gangaji Me

“The truth of who you are is yours already,” Gangaji teaches. As I bask in the glow of Gangaji’s unique energy, I wonder: If I already have the truth, why would I need to pay to listen to Gangaji’s teleconferences? [...]

Unity2012: Political Resurrection? A Real Channel Changer.

It’s a pretty fair bet that the Unity08 experience — aging political consultants using their media contacts to whip up a hypestorm and engineer their own presidential candidate — will not be repeated as Unity2012. I say this with confidence because the website Unity2012.com has already been claimed — with a rather different agenda:

Even [...]

Tackling New Age

I wouldn’t try tackling the Mormons myself. They have a history of returning violence with violence. [...]

Is Sarah Palin a Breatharian Debater?

Sarah Palin is going to the spiritual vortex capital of the universe, Sedona, Arizona in order to prepare for her debate against Joe Biden this week. Is she in league with Jasmuheen and the Raw Spirit crowd, now? Will she be be engaging in a Breatharian debate training? [...]

Is Learning To Breathe Activism?

Is “breathing from the belly” a form of political action? Does “casting a circle” actually accomplish anything? I don’t see how. All these ideas are activity without action because they’re completely self-centered, focused on making the person who does them feel better without having any impact in the world outside the self. [...]