The Soul

To be or not to be

J. Krishnamurti, India

(Submitted by Aasha Mistry, India)

The moment we want to be something we are no longer free.

Let Go

Lao Zi, China

(Submitted by Bruno Biedenkopf, Germany)

When I let go of what I am, I become what I might be.

Cosmic Symphony - a Deeper Look at Quantum Consciousness

Ervin Laszlo, Hungary

(Submitted by the author)

The rise of quantum consciousness could be the biggest step our species has taken since it came down from the trees. It would bring us to a new stage of species maturity - and could also enable us to surmount the problems that threaten our life and our future.

Your thoughts on 'Cosmic Symphony':

(Submitted by Paul Carney, England)

A wonderful article, that strikes a chord of truth with me as I have long been angered by the scientific world's ignorance of spirituality. Whilst not a religious person myself I am however, very familiar with it. It would be a wonderful world if all humans were more awakened, myself included. However, the real flaw in the perception that this could be an evolutionary evolvement for humanity, in my opinion, is that higher levels of consciousness take a huge amount of discipline and dedication to achieve.

Patterns of Change

Simran Singh, USA

(Submitted by the author)

I very much remember getting into the fashion industry at age 8, going to the markets with my parents and watching them buy garments for a high end women’s apparel boutique. It was the seventies and many of the styles had influences of Indian fabrics, layering of various lengths, and colors that are all back once again ... wheels within wheels; cycles upon cycles. In fact this is the fourth time since the seventies that those trends are being seen, each subsequent time in a slightly new way.

Only when you look into your heart

Carl Jung, Switzerland

(Submitted by Kirsten Korfhage, The Netherlands)

Your vision will become clear only when you look into your heart. Who looks outside, dreams. Who looks inside, awakens.

Still Here

Jean Shinoda Bolen, USA

(Submitted by the author)

No matter what the cause, every time death comes to others, whether gently or like a Tsunami and we are spared, there is an inner felt affirmation that “I am still here.” Even in grief and mourning or guilt that “it should have been me,” there is this reality, “I am still here.” The challenge is to find or have the sense that there is meaning and purpose to being alive. If we are - as I believe - spiritual beings on a human path, it means that there is still more for us to experience, to do, to learn, or to love if we are still here.


Homero Aridjis, Mexico

(Submitted by Sonia Cuevas, Mexico)

The world is changed through movements of consciousness.

Is there more to being alive?

Gavin North, Australia

(Submitted by the author)

No two people see the world the same, this is the basis of reality. So, I guess, to feel alive is whatever you want to be. For me, the real question has a deeper meaning: are we just biological entities, machines disguised by flesh, or is there more to being alive? I guess the truth is different for all of us and cannot be so easily defined by words.

Our own created genius

Marcus Garvey, Jamaica

(Submitted by Amy Clark, USA)

God and nature first made us what we are, and then out of our own created genius we make ourselves what we want to be. Follow always that great law. Let the sky and God be our limit and Eternity our measurement.

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