Links and Books
The Institute of Noetic Science
is a nonprofit membership organization that both conducts and sponsors research into the
workings and powers of the mind, including perceptions, beliefs, attention,
intention, and intuition. For 25 years IONS has been at the forefront of
research and education in consciousness and human potential.
The Theosophical Society
is an organization founded in New York City in 1875 to investigate the nature of the universe and humanity's place in it, to promote understanding of other cultures, and
to be a nucleus of universal brotherhood among all human beings. Today the
Society has branches in some seventy countries, with its international
headquarters in India.
Veriditas, the World-Wide Labyrinth Project
is the creation of the Reverend Dr. Lauren Artress, Episcopalian
priest at the Grace Cathedral in San Francisco. The mission is the
reintrocuce the labyrinth in its many forms as a spiritual tool and
establish labyrinths in cathedrals, retreat centers, hospitals, prisons,
parks, airports and in community spaces around the world for community use.
A monthly online guide for personal and spiritual growth help guide you along your path. Each month, Soulful Living explores a unique theme of soulful interest, by presenting the thoughts and ideas of best-selling authors and highly regarded experts from diverse fields of
A wonderful slideshow that will introduce you to mindfulness meditation.
Meditation: The first and last freedom, by Osho
An excellent introduction to Meditation techniques
Osho Zen Tarot Deck
This link will allow you to access sites where you can purchase the deck. I know of no better deck of cards for starting the work of transformation. It's stunningly beautiful and filled with the wisdom of a true Master.
Cultural Creatives: How 50 Million People Are Changing the World, the book by Paul Ray and Sherry Ruth Anderson
Where Two Worlds Touch: Spiritual Rites of Passage
, by Gloria Karpinski
The Rise of Integral Culture
The pivotal article written by Dr. Paul Ray on research he did
in the mid-1990s to indicate that there's a dramatic shift in world views
happening in our culture today. He calls the holder of this emerging world
view "Cultural Creatives". Although Dr. Ray has since written a book (see below)on the
subject by the same name, this article explains the issue and its
ramifications most succinctly.
The main web site for Cultural Creatives.