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Facts Versus Faith
The rift between materialism and spirituality: facts versus faith is centuries old by now, and yet the brain may heal it. Solid research about meditation has confirmed that the brain can adapt to spiritual experiences. 

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Jaya Jain - May 2, 2013
LOL. The truth is a double-edged sword.
Kim Swanson - May 1, 2013
It is one thing to identify superficially through holding opinions and beliefs related to spiritual principles rooted in the Oneness of all. It is quite a different thing to get oneself established in a living faith determined to come into accord with what rings true through exercising of one’s critical thinking, intuition, and insight. Through experimenting and involving oneself with these concepts in daily life one begins facing the conflicting values and desires long stored in the unconscious mind. This is real learning --a transformation in which one purifies one’s heart of attitudes rooted in the illusion of separativeness, making room for the welling up of Love, Truth, and further inner g-u-i-dance.
Ron Greenstein - May 1, 2013
Patty J's - May 1, 2013
Este correo para los que tienen la suerte de saber inglés, disfrutarlo
Toñi Barsotti - May 1, 2013
At least once a day, but working towards twice a day :-)
Bee Yoga - April 30, 2013
Isabel Valencia - April 30, 2013
We can be rewired-we\'re NOT stuck in our old thinking!
Monique Edgecombe - April 30, 2013