Experiencing Reality

By Jack Stucki (From Celia: This post began with a conversation about Jack’s walks in the national forest near his home in Colorado, walks that often include visiting the Grandmother Tree seen in the photograph at the top of the page. Jack Stucki is a healing energies pioneer who continues to explore the nature of…

The Art of Seeing

by Celia Coates LOOKING BACK LIFE WAS BEAUTIFUL is a book by a pair of Korean grandparents who painted charming pictures (Grandpa Chan) and wrote accompanying descriptions (Grandma Marina) to stay in touch with their grandchildren when they lived far away. What they created together began as a simple posting on Instagram and then was…

To Learn About Energy Healing

By Brian Luke Seaward About 10 years ago I went downhill skiing at Copper Mountain, about 70 miles west of Denver. I am a fair-weather skier. I prefer blue skies, great vistas, and powdered snow and because I live in Colorado, I can often ski with these conditions. This day was one such day. However,…

Daniel Benor, M.D. and Healing Research

By Celia Coates Dan Benor, who was a ground-breaking leader in his research into the nature of healing, left this life in July at the age of 81. In a WINN post in 2016, he wrote, “I started out as a complete skeptic about healing. … All of my training and experience left me certain…

The New Physics of Subtle Energies and Healing

To honor the life and work of Claude Swanson, PhD  (December 29, 1946 – June 28, 2022), this post will include some of his own words about his lifelong, pioneering research. Claude wrote, “There was a tradition in ancient Europe of a special energy which flowed through the landscape. The same energy was believed to…

Wisdom From Fractals

by Celia Coates Last week Brenda Molloy sent an email that I wanted to open immediately. Brenda is an artist who works with fractals to create stunningly beautiful images. (You can find her two earlier posts by clicking on “By Author” at the top of the Home Page.) In the email she wrote, “This week…

What Is It Like To Be A Bat – Revisited

By Celia Coates First, I’d like to bring forward a post that was published in October of 2019. “What is it like to be a bat?” is the question headlining an editorial in a recent issue of NEW SCIENTIST. It continued, “Philosopher Thomas Nagel’s 1974 question has evolved to dominate our thinking on consciousness. Nagel’s point, simply…

Getting What You Want

by Celia Coates Here’s the first verse of a cheer-filled gospel song, Jesus is on the main line, you can tell him what you want, You can tell him anything you want. And then there’s a joyful chorus, Call him up, call him up, Tell him what you want. It’s from the days when our…

Dreams and Messages

By Ellen Carroll I have learned that everything is connected and I am at peace with not knowing how everything will tie together because life has taught me that at the right time, it will be revealed. Many years ago, my good friend Elaine died from cancer. The night of her passing, she came to…

Behold The Spiritual Experience

  By Brian Luke Seaward Several years ago, Oprah Winfrey asked her studio audience, “Who has had a spiritual experience?”. Over 80 percent of those questioned raised their hands. Oprah smiled and then declared quite confidently, that the other 20 percent were lying. She was on to something. Spiritual wonders span the spectrum of human…

What Do You Want?

by Celia Coates In this country we are in trouble with wanting. There are still too many people who are in want – they don’t have enough food, or safety, or health care, or the other basics of life in a rich country. Actually, they are in need. It’s more than want. Then there’s a…

Suiseki, Or Japanese Viewing Stones

By BJ Ledyard I fell in love with Suiseki at the Huntington Library, Gardens, and Museum.  After Christmas every year the local Viewing Stone Group, Aiseki Kai, had a show in the Entrance Pavilion.  The Huntington is our local venue for family visiting Los Angeles, but I visited even in the years we had no…