The Power of Letting Go
"A book that is at the cutting edge of our times."
"It provides new possibilities for healing ourselves and our ecosystem."
"Healing, thought provoking and inspiring."
"Gave me an expanded sense of what is means to be a human being on this planet.
- Depth probes into the human soul and our relationship with the natural world.
- Wide selection of unique mind-body exercises for personal growth.
- User-friendly chapters explain the connections between physics, spirit and energy.
- A survival kit for adaptability and confidence in troubled times.
- A manual for wisdom, contemplation and intuition.
Print edition$19.95 (plus s&h) for an author signed copy.
Monthly Archives: June 2012
It is a curious fact of life that the tiniest events can reveal the greatest mysteries. Science, with its relentless pursuit of the smallest conceivable particle, obviates this. As, indeed, does poetry: in a poem, tiny expressions of … Continue reading
Earlier this year, a strange, “spider web like substance” was detected in the cooling pools at the Department of Energy’s Savannah River site, in South Carolina. After receiving a report filed by the SRS officials, the Defense Nuclear Facilities Safety … Continue reading
We are living in Orwellian times. Who could possibly deny it? The way to get to the top, and to stay there, is to lie as efficiently as possible. This means mastering the old art of doublespeak – do … Continue reading
More on those Mosquito Swarms in Belarus I recently posted an entry about the puzzling spider attack on a community in northern India. In that blog, I show a photograph taken in Belarus of frighteningly dense swarms of mosquitos. If … Continue reading
An article originally posted in the Times of India has spawned global fascination with a strange spider attack in the town of Sadiya in Assam. One would expect a good measure of rumor to get mixed up with the facts. … Continue reading
I want to tell you about a dream. A dream I had last night. I was in a room, where many people were seated around a large conference table. At one point, a pale, youngish woman sitting next to me … Continue reading
Bacteria have been around a very long time, way longer than we have. During their lengthy sojourn on Planet Earth, they sure have learned a thing or two. In brief, they have developed coping mechanisms way more advanced than ours: … Continue reading