Category: Emotional Rescue

Defying Gravity: How To Stay Up in a Downturn World


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The Significance of Our 44th President, Barack Obama


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On a rare occasion, someone comes along who can pull us up from the ashes – build us up, fortify us, transform us — so we can rise like the Phoenix. Barack Obama, our new President-elect, has spirit power, a large wingspan: he’s got vision. He is our 44th President, and the number 44 grants him the power to manifest that vision.

In numerology, every number denotes a spiritual value. A Master Number is a double-digit number that confers power and vibrates at a higher frequency. A Master is dedicated to a higher purpose. Barack Obama is connected to his higher nature, to his Divinity. Through his presence — in a room, in a photograph, in a speech — we connect to our higher nature. He is emblematic of the potential within us all.

Ultimately, he radiates spiritual power, and offers up the profound ability to heal our sorrows on this earthly plane through compassionate and focused action. Read more

9/11 and the Wake-Up Call for Capitalism Reform


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What if we invited Joseph Campbell and Carl Jung to speak on the economic crisis? They would recommend a round table discussion where sociologists, psychologists, philosophers, physicists, and economists would meet. They’d chant in unison that this isn’t just a numbers game. These two men would bring the soul of business to question and they’d ask us: What are the key spiritual operating principles in business today?

They would clarify the mythology and synchronicities playing out in the business world. Both of these visionary men would recognize the events of our nation as a cultural dream with profound mythical meaning. They would proclaim that there’s benefit in looking at national events as cultural dreams by taking the symbols into consideration.

Then, we have something that’s more than newsworthy. We have a powerful teaching story, a contemporary parable with the potential to heal and restore our culture to balance. We need journalists who can bring the story – the collective dream — and its meaning to the forefront. Read more