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Spiritually, There’s No Denying Evolution

The Shack (2017) Having read the book years ago, I never got around to seeing this film, until last night, on Netflix. Of course, I’d seen the promo videos, but they gloss over the important stuff. Essentially, this is a … Continue reading

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What Would You Do With Only Months to Live?

My Life (1993) I’d avoided this film until last night. I know why, of course, but I suppose I just wasn’t ready for it. Turns out that I couldn’t sleep for half the night after seeing it. (From IMDb:) Life … Continue reading

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ISALPFY

We got word yesterday that a valued member of our Faith & Science group was in hospital about to undergo a heart bypass operation after suffering from a heart attack two days before. It was suggested that we link up … Continue reading

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How to Live an Authentic Life

Dying To Be Me This is the book that Eben Alexander talks about in his lectures. It is a different take on the whole NDE, subsequent healing and then spiritual renewal. The quote that came up when I opened my … Continue reading

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Fountain: Can Lightning Strike Twice?

The Old Steyne, Brighton postcard In just about five weeks time, Fountain International will be re-enacting the Brighton Experiment from 1981 that became the Birth of Fountain. So, will it be as successful? The Chart On its own, the new … Continue reading

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Our Lady of Lourdes

St. Bernadette’s Marian Vision There must have been something in the water. As it turns out, there still is. Healing powers, for one thing. The Pyrennes are known for spiritual energy. And the Cathars were part of a culture that … Continue reading

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Enigma: The Thoroughly Modern Myss

Caroline Myss I don’t do this very often. A friend from our Faith & Science group found an interesting post on the internet. It was an analysis of Caroline Myss using the Moon’s lunar periods to explain the timing of … Continue reading

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Transmigration of the Soul?

Or Wishful Thinking? We live in a world of infinite possibility. Remember that. The idea that the soul has free will is also promised. But what happens if your intended body gets aborted before you even get there? What would … Continue reading

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Exactly Who was Isis: Horus’ Mother?

Isis, Wife and Sister of Osiris Isis is a goddess in Egyptian mythology. She was the sister and wife of Osiris, and they had a son named Horus. As goddess of life and magic, Isis protected women and children, and … Continue reading

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Soul Group or Group Soul?

Michael Newton: Life Between Lives (2004) When I first became a hypnotherapist in the late 1980’s, I was familiar with the concept of reincarnation. I had also experienced a series of ‘former’ lives under hypnotic regression in the early part … Continue reading

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