Flowerspeak: The Flower Whisperer’s Guide to Health, Happiness, and Awakening – How the Flowers Assist in the Expansion of our Consciousness By Elizabeth M. Patric

Flowerspeak offers unique wisdom about the world of flowers and how their spiritual and medicinal properties can serve each of us. This book provides a beautiful perspective on our deep connection to the earth. A wonderful read. Marci Shimoff (#1 NY Times Best Selling Author of Happy for No Reason, Love for No Reason, and Chicken Soup for the Woman’s Soul).

Flowerspeak shares the role of flowers for your healing and for the evolution of your unique soul destiny path. You will learn through inquiry and ritual, how to connect more fully with your natural surroundings, to co-create with non-physical nature beings to make your own flower preparations, and to listen to the flowers and their “speak,” through their subtle promptings and language.

Elizabeth Patric

Elizabeth Patric
is a spiritual healer and environmentalist, offering soul healings to both her clients and the Earth. She grew up in the heart of the Adirondack Wilderness in upstate New York and formally studied plant ecology and landscape architecture. Elizabeth is a widely known flower-essence therapist, energetic healer, author, and certified yoga and meditation teacher. She has co-created collections of flower essences with the assistance of non-physical natural realms. Elizabeth currently lives in northern Wisconsin and is studying astral biology and remote healing with Mahendra Trivedi.

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Awakening the Planetary Mind Beyond the Trauma of the Past to a New Era of Creativity By Barbara Hand Clow

About Awakening the Planetary Mind.

Completing our conscious evolution by releasing our collective fear of catastrophes

• Explains how we are on the cusp of an era of incredible creative growth

• Shows how we are about to overcome the collective fear caused by ancient catastrophes as we awaken to the memories of our lost prehistory

• Examines legendary cataclysms and scientific evidence of a highly advanced global culture that disappeared 11,500 years ago

In this completely revised and expanded edition of Catastrophobia, bestselling author Barbara Hand Clow explains how we are on the cusp of an age of incredible creative growth made possible by restoring our lost prehistory. Examining legendary cataclysms–such as the fall of Atlantis and the biblical Flood–and the mounting geological and archaeological evidence that many of these mythic catastrophes were actual events, she reveals the existence of a highly advanced global maritime culture that disappeared amid great earth changes and rising seas 14,000 to 11,500 years ago, nearly causing our species’ extinction and leaving humanity’s collective psyche deeply scarred.

Tracing humanity’s reemergence after these prehistoric catastrophes, Clow explains how these events in the deep past influence our consciousness today. Guided by Carl Johan Calleman’s analysis of the Mayan Calendar, she reveals that as the Earth’s 26,000-year precessional cycle shifts, our evolution is accelerating to prepare us for a new age of harmony and peace. She explains how we are beginning a collective healing as ancient memories of prehistory awaken in our minds and release our unprocessed fear. Passed from generation to generation, this fear has been responsible for our constant expectations of apocalypse. She shows that by remembering and moving beyond the trauma of our long lost past, we bring the era of cataclysms to an end and cross the threshold into a time of extraordinary creative activity.

Barbara Hand Clow is an internationally acclaimed ceremonial teacher, Mayan Calendar researcher, and the author of The Mayan Code, The Pleiadian Agenda, Alchemy of Nine Dimensions, and Liquid Light of Sex. A regular presenter of international talks, she has taught at sacred sites throughout the world. She lives in Vancouver, British Columbia.

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Barbara Hand Clow on A Fireside Chat – Awakening the Planetary Mind

Barbara returns to share her thoughts on “Awakening the Planetary Mind”, which moves us ‘beyond the trauma of the past to a new era of creativity’. In this newly revised and expanded edition of her brilliant earlier book, “Catastraphobia”, she demonstrates the vast cosmic wisdom which we need to traverse “the ages”. My personal favorite of her writings remains, “The Alchemy of Nine Dimensions”, which is at the top of my reading list today. This fireside chat is refreshing and uplifting, as is Barbara herself… enjoy the show!’

Soul to Soul with Panache Desai – Super Soul Sunday – Oprah Winfrey Network


Published on Feb 24, 2013
It’s an aha! moment a minute in this round of Soul to Soul! Find out spiritual teacher Panache Desai’s definition of God, what prayer means to him and why he says we all have a little piece of Harry Potter inside of us.

Q&A with Panache Desai: How to Care for an Elderly Parent and Stay Present – Super Soul Sunday – OWN

Janet from Chicago is caring for her mother, who is in the final days of her life. Janet wants to know how to balance her grief with staying open to the lessons this time can teach her. Watch as spiritual teacher Panache Desai shares why staying present in times like these is so important.

Published on Feb 24, 2013

Otilia from California would like a job with more personal fulfillment and wants to know if jobs are part of our spiritual purpose in life. It’s a question spiritual teacher Panache Desai is often asked. Watch as he explains how our jobs are a great excuse to love other people but that personal fulfillment comes from within.

The Vatican Diaries A Behind-the-Scenes Look at the Power, Personalities and Politics at the Heart of the Catholic Church John Thavis

A revealing inside look at one of the world’s most powerful and mysterious institutions

For more than twenty-five years John Thavis held one of the most fascinating journalistic jobs in the world: reporting on the inner workings of the Vatican. His daily exposure to the power, politics, and personalities in the seat of Roman Catholicism gave him a unique, behind-the-scenes perspective on an institution that is far less monolithic and unified than it first appears. Thavis reveals Vatican City as a place where Curia cardinals fight private wars, scandals threaten to undermine papal authority, and reverence for the past is continually upended by the practical considerations of modern life.

Thavis takes readers from a bell tower high above St. Peter’s to the depths of the basilica and the saint’s burial place, from the politicking surrounding the election of a new pope and the ever-growing sexual abuse scandals around the world to controversies about the Vatican’s stand on contraception, and more.

Perceptive, sharply written, and witty, The Vatican Diaries will appeal not only to Catholics (lapsed as well as devout) but to any readers interested in international diplomacy and the role of religion in an increasingly secularized world.

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John Thavis – Witness

A fixture in the Holy See Press Office, John Thavis is now preparing to step down as the Rome Bureau Chief of Catholic News Service. Since 1983, the Minnesota native has covered the Vatican for CNS, where he has become one of the most-read journalists on the Roman scene. In this Witness interview from 2007, Thavis shares his experiences covering two papacies from the unique perspective of the Vatican press corps.

Consciousness: Confessions of a Romantic Reductionist by Christof Koch

What links conscious experience of pain, joy, color, and smell to bio-electrical activity in the brain? How can anything physical give rise to nonphysical, subjective, conscious states?

Christof Koch has devoted much of his career to bridging the seemingly unbridgeable gap between the physics of the brain and phenomenal experience. This engaging book–part scientific overview, part memoir, part futurist speculation–describes Koch’s search for an empirical explanation for consciousness. Koch recounts not only the birth of the modern science of consciousness but also the subterranean motivation for his quest–his instinctual (if “romantic”) belief that life is meaningful.

Koch describes his own groundbreaking work with Francis Crick in the 1990s and 2000s and the gradual emergence of consciousness (once considered a “fringy” subject) as a legitimate topic for scientific investigation. Present at this paradigm shift were Koch and a handful of colleagues, including Ned Block, David Chalmers, Stanislas Dehaene, Giulio Tononi, Wolf Singer, and others. Aiding and abetting it were new techniques to listen in on the activity of individual nerve cells, clinical studies, and brain-imaging technologies that allowed safe and noninvasive study of the human brain in action.

Koch gives us stories from the front lines of modern research into the neurobiology of consciousness as well as his own reflections on a variety of topics, including the distinction between attention and awareness, the unconscious, how neurons respond to Homer Simpson, the physics and biology of free will, dogs, Der Ring des Nibelungen, sentient machines, the loss of his belief in a personal God, and sadness. All of them are signposts in the pursuit of his life’s work–to uncover the roots of consciousness.

Christof Koch

Christof Koch was born in the American Midwest, grew up in Holland, Germany, Canada, and Morocco. He studied Physics and Philosophy at the University of Tübingen in Germany and was awarded his Ph.D. in Biophysics in 1982. After 4 years at MIT, he joined the California Institute of Technology, where he is the Lois and Victor Troendle Professor of Cognitive and Behavioral Biology. In 2011, he became the Chief Scientific Officer at the Allen Institute for Brain Science in Seattle, planning for a ten year, large-scale, high through-put effort to understand the visual system of the mouse, with a focus on untangling the circuitry of it’s cerebral cortex. He loves dogs, Apple Computers, rock and mountain climbing, biking and long-distance running.

His laboratory studies the biophysics of nerve cells, and the neuronal and computational basis of visual perception, attention, and consciousness and machine vision. Together with his long-time collaborator, Francis Crick, Koch pioneered the scientific study of consciousness. His latest book, Consciousness – Confessions of a Romantic Reductionist deals with the philosophical, religious, scientific, technological and personal questions relating to his research.

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Christof Koch – Brain, Mind, and Consciousness – Skeptics Society

This is from the 2005 Skeptics Conference where leading scientists discuss issues that strike at the very heart of the matter, our brains. Topics range from morality to evolution to consciousness to life after death. It’s an absolutely amazing collection of lectures.

Christof Koch on the Neurobiology and Mathematics of Consciousness

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