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The Mother of Us All: Ancient India’s Vedic Civilisation, Part III
by William T. Hathaway   Part Three: Decline and Fall Barbarian invaders plundered the riches of India: Edward VII, Emperor
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Claire Gillman and Matt Kahn in Conversation
From issue 169 (Mar/Apr 2020) of Kindred Spirit, listen to Editor Claire Gillman’s full conversation with spiritual teacher Matt Kahn
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The Wisdom of Ayurveda: 10 Tips for the Late Winter and Spring
by Shama Palmer   Ayurveda teaches us that one of the main causes of disease is the effects of the
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What It Really Means To Be In Love
by Nicole Barton   Being in love isn’t really about the hearts and flowers of Valentine’s day; this is a
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Mastering your Mind through Meditation 
by Sri Swami Purohit Whilst meditation is talked about a lot, the importance of why we should integrate this spiritual
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The Mother of Us All: Ancient India’s Vedic Civilisation, Part II
by William T. Hathaway   Part Two: The Global Culture Chichen Itza The previous article, “The Homeland”, described the origins
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Seasonal and Cyclical Self-Care
by Tara Jackson   I grew up on the equator, so got accustomed to warm days for most of the
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Talking With Angels of Love
by Amanda Hart   Angels of love have guided and protected us throughout history to help us understand about the
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The Mother of Us All: Ancient India’s Vedic Civilization, Part I
by William T. Hathaway   Part One: The Homeland Mohenjo-daro, Pakistan Researchers have determined that the Vedic culture of India
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The I Ching For Romance and Friendship
by Rosemary Burr The I Ching For Romance and Friendship is a modern version of the ancient Chinese Book of Changes
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Creative Counselling: Exaggerated Grief
by Marie Bruce   In my time as a Cruse Bereavement Care counsellor, I have seen many different types of
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The Power of Unconscious Symbolism and What It Can Do For You
by Richard Haggerty   Amanda walked in the door for her second session. Before she had even entered the room,
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