Spring 2004

Claiming Your Divinity

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    The Call: Claiming Your Divinity
Leslie Palacio

    The Children of Oneness
Daniel Jacob

    How Emotional Wounding Happens ~ Part I
Ron McCray
    Celebrating Our Divine Mother
Rev. Laurie Sue Brockway
    What is my Divine Purpose?
Vicky Thompson
    The Time-Walkers Speak Of What Is To Come In 2004
Gillian MacBeth-Louthan
    A Dream Away
Sundy Butcher

    Following Your Heart of Faith
Vicky Thompson
    Little Beaver and the Bear
David L.
    Review of "The Mountain that loved a Bird"

Sharing a Perspective on Faith

Linda G. Karriker
Sharing a Perspective on Faith

Sharing a Perspective on Faith

Leslie Palacio
Sharing a Perspective on Faith

Rev. Stephanie 'Rain' Bratter

    Orbs Of Light
Ann Falcongate
    Beauty and Magic
Bright Feather
    The Rainbow
Moon Songstress

    Vertical Alignments with the Heavens
Frances "Little Wolf" Rodriguez

    What's Up On Planet Earth?
Showing Others the Way

Karen Bishop

    Find Peace And Comfort In The Age Of Anxiety
Barbara Biziou

    Messages From Archangel Michael:
Creating Your Own Sphere Of Light

Ronna Herman
    The Tobias Materials:
New Energy, Safe Energy

Geoffrey Hoppe
    The Tobias Materials:
Embrace Life

Geoffrey Hoppe
    The Tobias Materials:

Geoffrey Hoppe

This section is dedicated to responding to readers questions. Your question will be anonymously forwarded to our Perspective Team. The team will then select a question for the coming edition and several team members will respond. This gives you the chance to hear a variety of views and experiences with the chosen topic.

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Mandala is sanskrit for circle, community or connection. It represents nature from the smallest seed to the entire universe. In the East, it is used for meditation, and focusing attention. Mandalas are a reminder to the viewer of the immanence of sactity in the universe and its potential in his or her self.

Psychiarist, Carl Jung, saw the Mandala as "a representation of the unconcious self." and belieced his paintings of mandalas enabled him to identify emotional disorders and work towards wholeness in personality.

In the west, the Mandala is used to refer to the "personal world" in which one lives. Depicting one's personal mandala in pictorial form can give one a good indication of the state of one's spiritual path.

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