Jul
10
2014

Stress and The Quest for More….

I’m writing this blog after having returned from a week in Noosa, a beautiful spot, around an hour away from home on the Sunshine Coast, Australia. What really struck me during this week is how foreign and special it felt to be totally at rest and doing nothing.   Doing nothing and being totally at […]

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Jun
14
2009

The Perennial Philosophy

in 1945 Aldous Huxley released a ground-breaking book named “The Perennial Philosophy”. The key tenet of the book is that there is a fundamental truth which underpins all cultures and also, all religious traditions that exist today. This basic truth is described as unrelated to culture, terminology, societal changes or dogma. Ken Wilbur in his […]

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Jun
06
2009

Why Plant-Based?

Research cited in “The China Study” by T. Colin Cambell, PhD, the largest human epidemiological study ever conducted, suggests that animal protein consumption has a direct association with cancer. The most striking association with cancer was with casein, a protein found in cow’s milk and other cow dairy products. This association was also reproduced amongst […]

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