Far Beyond Therapy

By Celia Coates When I picked up Bernice Hill’s new book, COSMIC HUMAN, COSMIC INTENT, I wondered what she meant by “cosmic.” What she wrote on the first page began to answer my question: “It was a lovely, warm spring evening with moonlight filtering through the leaves on the quiet road ahead. Dr. Richard Maurice…

Towards Radiance

This week’s post is by Bronwen Christianos. In my early twenties I experienced an extraordinary shift in consciousness that shaped the rest of my life. Even though this experience has been far and away the most gloriously inspired, powerful, and joyful experience of my life, I was awakened to a duality that catapulted my operating…

Lessons for Hard Times

By Celia Coates This question arrived in a recent e-mail: “As a healing professional, have you noticed your clients growing more stressed and anxious in recent years? If so, the numbers back up your observation. According to a report released by the American Psychiatric Association in May 2018, levels of anxiety among American adults have…

Good Vibrations in Troubled Times

By Brian Luke Seaward Forty years ago I met the renowned energy healer, Olga Worrall, and the experience changed my life. It was nothing she did, she was just an amazing presence – so authentic, so sincere, so serene. The day after meeting her, I had an extraordinary spiritual experience that is best described as…

How To Send (and Receive) Love

By Celia Coates At the end of last week’s post, Love, Healing, and Dr. Gladys, I said I’d publish a post about how to send healing love to another person. Then, as I sat down to write, the title quickly changed to include receiving as well as sending love. They are two sides of the…

Look Up and … See?

By Brian Luke Seaward When I was young, I used to lie on a woolen blanket in my backyard on a summer night and look up to see the millions of lights in the sky. I recall that the Milky Way was so dense that it appeared like a thick cloud. Some nights I could…

Scientists and Mystics

By Celia Coates Emanuel Swedenborg was a scientist before he became a mystic. He was a scholar, author, researcher, and inventor fascinated with finding a connection between the physical and spiritual worlds. Born in 1688, he entered the University of Upsala when he was eleven and studied astronomy, geology, botany, zoology, and the mechanical sciences….

What Is It Like To Be A Bat?

by Celia Coates “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 put, is that even if we could fly and navigate using sonar, we…

What About The Infinite?

By Celia Coates At a conference in 2008 Elmer Green said, “There is only one really important question: What is our relationship to the Infinite?” If you already know about Elmer Green and why someone might want to pay attention to his views, skip this next paragraph – Elmer was born on October 10, 1917…

How To Live A Good Life

By Celia Coates There’s an ad on TV that plays some loud music and shouts out these words,                                 “I want it all and I want it now!” while showing a large table loaded with plate after plate of take-out food. That attitude is a national problem: too many people think it is important to get it […]

Gifts from Elizabeth Rauscher – 1937-2019

By Celia Coates Last week a message from Elizabeth Rauscher’s son, Brent Alan Rauscher, let many of us know that she had died on July 3rd. Elizabeth was an engaging, delightful, and brilliant woman, a highly educated physicist who also became a skilled psychic. She explored the nature of reality from both perspectives – the…

Science, God and the Afterlife

By Celia Coates The weekly British magazine NEW SCIENTIST is one of my favorites. I enjoy the variety of subjects, the extent of the knowledge, and the quirky humor found in its pages. But it has an editorial bias of impenetrable ignorance about some of the subjects most important to WINN. Here’s an example from this…