Christiane Northrup, M.D., a
visionary pioneer in her field, is a board–certified OB/GYN
physician who helps empower women to tune into their inner
wisdom and take charge of their health
Yann Martel, winner of the Quebec
Writer’s Federation 2001 Hugh MacLennan Prize for Fiction,
features an excerpt from Life of Pi, a moving tale
about a 16-year old zookeeper, Pi, who survives on a
lifeboat with a 450-lb. Bengal tiger.
Wayne Muller reminds us that
"when we attend to ourselves with compassion and mercy,
more healing is made available for others".
Kate Reavey interprets nature in a
surprising fashion and makes us want to breathe and to peek
out of doors to see through the fog.
Asoka Selvarajah teaches us that
"There is an intelligence, and a sentient wisdom,
present in animals."
Maria Yraceburu, a story-
teller of the Quero Apache Tlish Diyan tradition, introduces
us to this tradition in her essay about Jumping Moon.
Patrick Loafman reverts to
myth, surprising us with the ancient turned modern, from now
to then, “time falls” in “Where Names Vanish” and
Marion Baker writes from Vancouver,
Canada about "Truthspeak".
Denise Shaw Coryea, educator and
mother from Connecticut, shares a routine she leads with her
children which helps them "call in the Angels".
Carole Lynne, musician and
spiritualist medium from Massachusetts, reflects on the
lessons taught by a day.
Eleanora Scarpetta, our favorite
Italian, gives us healthy and hearty food ideas for this
heralds her very careful use of the right name for all
objects, once again prompting us to reach for our
Deepak Chopra, best-selling
author, features an excerpt from How to Know God.