Animal Rights, Almost all of us grew up eating meat, wearing leather, and going to circuses and zoos. Many of us bought our beloved “pets” at pet shops, had guinea pigs, and kept beautiful birds in cages. We wore wool and silk, ate McDonald’s burgers, and fished. We never considered the impact of these actions on the animals involved. For whatever reason, you are now asking the question: Why should animals have rights? Continue Reading →
NOTE: This Article from April 10, 2013 was written by Stuart Wilde and we have been granted permission by his team to republish it here Fear is a Pornography We Continue Reading →
In this inspirational partial memoir, internationally-known clairvoyant psychic and media personality Lisa Caza shares her experience in detail as a surviving warrior of domestic violence and how she, with the help of her spirit guides and Divine, rebuilt herself and finally connected with her divinely intended life partner. Lisa reveals profound divine insight, guidance, and lessons learned throughout her journey to help guide others towards finding their own successful love relationships. Continue Reading →
The Outer Limits of Inner Truth examines if there are medicinal benefits of MDMA. Also known ecstasy, MDMA is a synthetic compound that produces hallucinations, feelings of emotional warmth and high levels of energy. The same psychoactive properties that make ecstasy so popular with partygoers may also make it useful in treating post-traumatic stress disorder, or PTSD. Continue Reading →
Scare Them: Evil spirits are cowards. Be vocally forceful (if you’re weak or scared, it will not work and your fear will actually make them stronger) and insist they leave.
Lavender: Use a few drops of lavender in a bucket of water and sprinkle some on all the corners of all the rooms in your house with some prayers.
Sage: Burn sage and let the smoke flow into every room and every corner. Save cleanses the house of negative energy and it can drive out ghosts Continue Reading →
The Outer Limits of Inner Truth presents an in-depth interview with Dr. Robert Moore and focuses on his book “King, Warrior, Magician, Lover: Rediscovering the Archetypes of the Mature Masculine.” The show features three questioners including previous OLIT Guests Chris Duane & Ryan Brooks. In “King Warrior”, Dr, Moore and his co-author Douglas Gillette define the four mature male archetypes – the King (the energy of just and creative ordering), the Warrior (the energy of self-disciplined, aggressive action), the Magician (the energy of initiation and transformation), and the Lover (the energy that connects men to others and the world) – as well as the four immature patterns (Divine Child, Oedipal Child, Precocious Child, and Hero). Continue Reading →
Intuition is not rational or logical, it is a “just knowing” that comes seemingly out of nowhere. It is an instinctive response to our environment, who and what is around us, an inner safety mechanism designed to help us avoid harm, a chance to think twice before proceeding. Continue Reading →
Tori Hartman is a world-renowned psychic, author, and spiritual teacher. Born and raised in the free-thinking atmosphere of New York’s Greenwich Village in the 1960s, Tori has been aware of her psychic abilities since the age of eight. Continue Reading →
If you ever feel being “suffocated” with negative energy or feel depressed, angry, sad – here is a track called “Gayatri Mantra Honouring the Gods” and it’s by Stuart Wilde & Richard Tyler. When you play this track, apparently it clears out the negatively around you and immerses your soul in waves of celestial love & light. When listening to this track, you might want to try closing your eyes and let the music flow through you without thought. Continue Reading →
The Walking Dead’s Jay Bonansinga has quickly and firmly established himself as one of the most imaginative writers of thrillers. His twisting narratives, with their in-your-face glimpses of violence, are set in an unstable, almost psychotic universe that makes the work of many of his contemporaries look rather tame.” Continue Reading →
Many ghosts, spirits, and entities are nonviolent. They are simply lost and confused. Sometimes they may not realize they have moved on. You can help them! If you are someone that meditates often and feels comfortable, feel free to try to make contact. If you are not used to communicating with your inner spirit or other planes, practice first! Practice, perseverance, and patience are key when doing work with spirits. Meditate and learn to listen to the inner voices. When it becomes second nature, you will be surprised at how easy it will be to actually converse with a spirit! Continue Reading →
“We are facing a crisis in masculine identity of vast proportions. Increasingly, observers of the contemporary scene – sociologists, anthropologists and depth psychologists– are discovering the devastating dimensions of this phenomenon, which affects each of us personally as much as it affects our society as a whole.” Dr. Robert Moore. Continue Reading →