Category: Human Interest

Witnessing My Shadow Self


By Aeray Lumm   My “spiritual journey” began in my 20s and consumed every part of my mental/emotional awareness. I was more committed to my “path” than to anything else in life. What I didn’t realize, however, was that my devotion was driven by the unconscious belief that I wasn’t good enough. That I needed… Read more »

Becoming Supernatural-Dispenza

Joe Dispenza
Joe Dispenza

A Lotus Guide Interview with Dr. Joe Dispenza Developing and evolving our consciousness is no longer an idle thought or idea; it’s become the most important thing we can do for ourselves, and the very survival of our planet and the human species may depend on it. A lot of people see religion and science… Read more »

Does Law of Attraction Work for Business Success

law of attraction
law of attraction

By Kim Victoria and Lynn M. Tosello Law of Attraction (LoA) always works. The problem is that most people don’t understand it, so they don’t get what they say they want in the expected time. Attraction comes from within—or it should—yet Law of Attraction can be tricky to master, partly because you weren’t taught it… Read more »

American Spiritual Master

Justin Time Autobiographical Stories from an American Spiritual Master By J. Jaye Gold Currency of Struggle How is it that some people get mildness, mellowness, and circumstances of natural beauty, and others have conditions that are so extraordinarily different that life for them is a struggle for food, clothing, and shelter, and sometimes even for… Read more »

Bridging the Past With Today

Golden Road Television and Radio Show “Bridging the Past With Today For a Better Tomorrow” By Michael DiMartino   The Golden Road Television and Radio Show: “Bridging the Past With Today for a Better Tomorrow”       Where can you listen to in-depth interviews with individuals and organizations from our region? Where can you… Read more »

Why Our Cellphones Are Killing Gorillas

Why Our Cellphones Are Killing Gorillas By Rahasya Poe   I know the title sounds almost as if it’s the beginning of a sick joke, but it’s not. A mineral found in almost every piece of technology we use—computers, iPads, cell phones, and so on—is called columbite-tantalite, coltan for short. When refined, coltan becomes a… Read more »

The Little Red Hen

The Little Red Hen Empowering Children and Adults with Developmental Disabilities By Blake Ellis NOTE from Lotus Guide: Like most business owners we often wonder why we do what we do. We obviously have financial goals so we can meet our responsibilities in the world around us; however, as we read this article we realized… Read more »

Take a Walk on the Golden Road

Take a Walk on the Golden Road By Gary Parks The bold statement heading the website declares a lofty goal: “Bridging the past with today for a better tomorrow.” And in Nevada City, California, it’s happening right now. With a mission to “explore the intersection of arts and culture, health, environment, peace and justice, and… Read more »

Designer Perception

Designer Perception By Redtail It seems that the leading edges of science agree with the wise fool “Nasrudin,” who appears in Sufi teaching tales making illogical observations such as “If I hadn’t believed it, I wouldn’t have seen it with my own eyes.” Though conventional wisdom insists that seeing is believing, scientific evidence suggests it… Read more »

Not Totally Human

By Benjamin Hills These days one must consider that not all of us walking around planet Earth on two legs are completely human. Some think that several races of extraterrestrials have been in residence here for many millennia, but after attending the recent International UFO Congress near Phoenix, Arizona, I have to give more thought… Read more »