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When we take religion away from our understanding of faith, how do we define it? James Van Praagh, one of the world’s most renowned and respected spiritual mediums working today, suggests that faith is part of our spiritual nature and it's the part of us that informs intuitive knowing. Below, he describes how having faith can make you a better person too. More
Sierra Bender
Sierra Bender, author of Goddess to the Core, says now is the time for women to be warriors of compassion and strength, and to become courageous protectors of our most important and precious resource, Mother Earth. After all, when we learn to heal ourselves, we also heal the earth. More
Baron Baptiste shows us that sometimes our ability to say no actually serves our bigger yes. More
Baron Baptiste
Here's an exercise from yoga teacher Baron Baptiste, based on an old Cherokee story, to help you take a stand for an extraordinary life. More
In this interview, Debbie Ford explains how facing your shadow can open up new pathways for your life. Omega: Your career has focused on helping people understand their shadows, and you’ve written that we can’t have the full experience of the light without knowing the dark. Why do you consider the shadow is the gatekeeper to true freedom? More
This month’s astrology seems uniquely designed to teach us something about bringing our thoughts into harmony with our feelings. As Eric Francis says, most people need to learn how to both harmonize and differentiate between thoughts and emotions. Over the next few weeks, as we delve even deeper into the Water Sign Theater, we all get a chance to sort that out. More
Brené Brown
Brené Brown reveals how vulnerability is the path to a full life. Omega: In your research, you’ve documented the importance of vulnerability in our personal and professional lives. Why do you think it’s important for us to learn to feel vulnerable? More
Panache Desai
Panache Desai Takes a New Approach to Self-Discovery
Omega: How did you come to be a spiritual teacher at such a young age? Did you have a religious upbringing? Panache: I am Indian and I grew up in England. My mother visited India when she was three months pregnant to reconnect with our family’s spiritual lineage. She was told at that point I was coming back for a very specific purpose—to facilitate God’s work. She had dreams and insights about me even before I was born. More
Proof of Heaven book cover
Neurosurgeon Eben Alexander spent 55 years honing his scientific worldview until experiencing a transcendental near-death experience. In this excerpt from his New York Times bestseller Proof of Heaven, he shares what happened in the moments before slipping into a coma from a rare illness. Lynchburg, Virginia—November 10, 2008 More

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