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    Can We Touch Every Single Bead?
Dakota


Happiness is a Decision
Gloria Wendroff


    Are Children Equipped to Talk to Angels?
Debra Taylor, R. H.
    Radical Sages
Robert Rabbin
    Bridge People
Daniel Jacob
    The Star Council Of Healing From Arcturus: Stop Running From The Good That Seeks You
Gillian MacBeth-Louthan
    Conversations with the Soul: The Living Labyrinth
Sandra Nelson
    It's The Little Things
Loyd "White Wolf " Hampson
    What Comes Undone Has Earned The Right To Do So
Gillian MacBeth-Louthan
    Who Are The Indigos, Really?
Kate Hyatt


    Messiah Seed 24: Give Your Self Time
Story Waters


    The Teachings of Yama: A New Light on the Ten Commandments (Part 1)
Janaka Stagnaro


    Feng Shui and the Bedroom
Kathy Mann


    A Common Thread
Ann Falcongate
    The Meaning of Life
William Lynn
    Messages Off The Cuff
Leslie Palacio
    Stress
Unknown


    Mom Has To Quit
Jacob
    If I Had My Life To Live Over
Erma Bombeck
    The Sunset
Black Elk


    Messages From Archangel Michael: Living In An Ascended State of Consciousness
Ronna Herman
    Messages From Archangel Michael: A Cosmic Viewpoint of Creation and Evolution
Ronna Herman
 
   
 

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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