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Welcome to Global Visionaries, the place at Global News with links to individuals who are changing the world through their research, work and activism in the world community. Our Global Visionaries section of the Satya Center website is the place where our correspondents share their own life-affirming stories, macroscopic investigations, and creative shape shifting with you all. Check this page for the latest Global Visionaries to join our team. Read their bios and use the links to get to their latest missives from the intersection of spirit, consciousness and cultural creativity. Let's envision a world in balance, where each being is free and encouraged to evolve to their highest capabilites.
Satya Center Visionaries
Malvin Artley, Author & Esoteric Astrologer
Malvin Artley has been a practising astrologer for the past 10 years and is an accredited member of the American Federation of Astrologers. He is the author of "Bodies of Fire: An Exploration of the Lesser Chakra System". He has authored numerous articles and was a member of the faculty of the University of the Seven Rays, a non-profit organization dedicated to the teaching of the Trans-Himalaya tradition as expressed through the books of Alice Bailey, Helena Blavatsky and others. His primary focus over the past 25 years has been on the sciences as they express occultism and with bridging work between the two. His special interests are the human subtle energy system and all the chakras, or energy centres, physics and technology, astronomy and all aspects of Chinese occultism. He now lives in Adelaide, South Australia.
Malvins' Articles at Satya Center include:
Wesak Festival 2006
Easter Festival 2006
Pisces Festival of Salvation 2006
Aquarius Solar Festival 2006
Capricorn Solar Festival 2006
The Turbulent Sagittarius Full Moon Festival 2005
The Nature of Scorpio: Scorpio Full Moon 2005
Archived Articles: Malvin Artley Archive
Dennis Bernstein is an investigative reporter, radio host, human rights advocate, poet and a regular contributor to Pacifica's Democracy Now, and Associate Producer of Pacific News Service. He is currently cohost of KPFA's Flashpoints News Magazine, and is a frequent commentator on WBAI airwaves.
Dennis' Articles at Satya Center include:
Haiti: Right-wing thugs revel in Bush's Victory
Haiti Emergency: UN Aiding Death Squads
Live Interview with Haiti's Father Jean Juste From Prison
Haiti After Aristide: A Failed Occupation
Archived Articles: Dennis Bernstein Archive
James Bertolino, Poet & Planetary Visionary
James Bertolino's poetry has been published in magazines, books, and anthologies internationally for almost 40 years, from "Drool" published in 1968 to his most recent, "Pocket Animals: 60 Poems" published in 2002 by Egress Studio Press. His work has been awarded the Book-of-the-Month Club Poetry Fellowship, the Discovery Award, a Hart Crane publication award, a National Endowment for the Arts fellowship, two Quarterly Review of Literature book awards and other regional and national prizes. He teaches creative writing at Western Washington University and has taught at Cornell Washington State, Universtity of Cincinnati and Williamette University. James has an MFA from Cornell University. Check out his website to purchase his publications through Egress Studio Press and for more information and free beautiful poetry greeting cards that you can copy & print directly from his website.
James' Poems at Satya Center:
Wedding (Newly Revised 2005, Originally Written 1987)
Sequoia (New Poetry Winter 2004-05)
Out of Step (New Poetry Winter 2004-05)
Ladder (New Poetry Winter 2004-05)
To Be Loved By Nature (New Poetry Winter 2004-05)
Structure of the Universe
Archived Poems: James Bertolino Archive
Steve Breyman, Writer, Educator, Community Visionary
Steve Breyman is Associate Professor of Science and Technology Studies at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy, New York, where he directs the Department’s Graduate Program. He is also Director of Rensselaer’s Ecological Economics, Values & Policy Program. Breyman serves as faculty advisor to the Student Pugwash chapter at RPI, EcoLogic, and to the campus/community radio station, WRPI. Breyman’s latest book is Why Movements Matter: US Arms Control Policy and the West German Peace Movement (SUNY Press, 2001). He is currently writing about the new antiwar movement, global trade policy, agricultural biotechnology, and renewable energy. He is active in struggles for peace, environmental integrity, and justice in the US and abroad. Breyman is co-founder of the Rensselaer County Greens, and the Hudson-Mohawk Independent Media Center, and hosts a weekly progressive public affairs radio show—“On the Barricades”—on WRPI FM . He is Co-Chair of the Board of Directors of Citizens Environmental Coalition , serves as Secretary of the Governing Board of Common Cause/New York , and as Treasurer of Brunswick Smart Growth , and is a former member of the Executive Committee of the Board of Directors of Environmental Advocates of New York . Breyman lives in a self-built post and beam passive solar home on Common Farms, an intentional community in Poestenkill, New York, started by "back to the landers" in the 1970s. He and his neighbors share 180 acres of mixed forest on the Rensselaer Plateau, most of which is in a conservation easement held by the local land conservancy. He tends an organic vegetable garden and berry patch, keeps heirloom cage-free hens, and heats his home with wood harvested from the community land.
Steve's Articles at Satya Center Include:
Toxic Gumbo: Hurricane Katrina and Environmental Justice (September 2005)
Time For Another Corporate Media Mea Culpa (April 2005)
Against Selfishness (February 2005)
If Not Us, Then Whom? (November 2004)
Nancy Castleman & Marc Eisenson, Personal Finance Experts, Authors, Editors, Gardeners & Grandparents
Marc & Nancy have worked together as partners for over 19 years writing best selling personal finance books, articles, radio, magazine & TV stories and their wonderful newsletter "Pocket Change Investor" published by their company Good Advice Press. You can read informative articles and newsletters at their website of the same name, some of which are reprinted here at satyacenter.com.
Their very down to earth, easy to implement, simple financial advice will help you save money on your mortgage and credit cards and help you get rid of annyoing telemarketers, junk mail and cyberspam. Their most recent work "Invest in Yourself: Six Secrets to a Rich Life" tells you how to "live better on less money and save at the same time" according to USA Today.
Simply click on the links below to start reading some of their articles on saving money, guarding your financial privacy, avoiding cons and much more.
Nancy & Marc's Articles at Satya Center Include:
All the Flowers of All the Tomorrows are in the Seeds of Today (2005)
How to Make Every Day Earth Day (2004)
20 Years of Good Advice (2004)
A Dozen Ways to Safeguard Your Financial Privacy (2004)
Save Money, Eliminate Debt, and Live Better on Less (2004)
Archived Articles: Good Advice Press
Jean-Paul Courtens & Jody Bolluyt, Visionary Farmers
Jean-Paul Courtens, the founding farmer and owner of Roxbury Farm, was born and raised in the Netherlands, where he studied biodynamic agriculture. Jean-Paul became one of the pioneers of organic agriculture and CSA in Columbia County and in 1991, Roxbury became the first CSA farm to have a community in New York City. Since 1990, Roxbury has been a nationally recognized leader in organic, biodynamic, and Community Supported Agriculture (CSA). Since 1992, Jean-Paul has led workshops for farmers in other parts of the country and in 1994, he helped to found CRAFT, an organization that trains organic farm apprentices. In 2000, Roxbury became a leader in the farmland protection movement, as a central component in a land acquisition and conservation effort that will not only secure the long term future of Roxbury's farmland, but will be a model for other farms in the Hudson Valley and all over the country. In 2004, Jean-Paul received the Patrick Madden Award for Sustainable Agriculture from SARE (Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education). This award is a biannual prize for producers who are not only profitable, but also value the environment and their communities. Jody Bolluyt became a partner in 2001. She supervises the day to day farm work and is responsible for the harvest management, distribution, and does much of the administrative work of the CSA membership. Check out the Roxbury farm beautiful website.
Note: Jane Sherry & Curtis Lang, the founders of Satya Center, have been long term members of Roxbury Farm since the first season, and are big fans, friends and advocates for Roxbury Farm and for the csa concept. When Jane & Curtis left NYC, they started a drop off site in Westchester County which has grown in four seasons from a handful of neighbors to over 80 members. You can read more about Roxbury Farm at Satya Center's food page in our health section.
Jean-Paul & Jody's newsletters & articles at Satya Center include:
Why I Farm Organically
Roxbury Farm New Land Purchase
The Roxbury Farm CSA Story
Roxbury Farm Food
A Day in the Life
Archived Articles & Newsletters: Roxbury Farm Archive
Richard Heinberg, Futurist
Richard Heinberg is the author of six books including "The Party's Over: Oil, War and the Fate of Industrial Societies" (New Society, 2003, 2005), and "Powerdown: Options and Actions for a Post-Carbon World" (New Society, 2004). He is a journalist, educator, editor, lecturer, and a Core Faculty member of New College of California, where he teaches a program on "Culture, Ecology and Sustainable Community." His monthly MuseLetter was nominated in 1994 for an Alternative Press Award and has been included in "Utne Magazine's" annual list of Best Alternative Newsletters. His essays and articles have appeared in many journals including "The Ecologist", "Z Magazine", "The Futurist", "Earth Island Journal", "Yes!", "Wild Matters", "Alternative Press Review", and "The Sun"; and on web sites including Counterpunch.com, EnergyBulletin.net, and ProjectCensored.com. You can reach Richard at firstname.lastname@example.org
Richard's Articles at Satya Center Include:
Threats of Peak Oil to the Global Food Supply
How to Avoid Oil Wars, Terrorism and Economic Collapse
Energy Politics and the Decline of the American Empire
Dr. Mae-Wan Ho, Scientist, Professor, Visionary
Dr. Mae-Wan Ho is a Visiting Reader in Biology at London Open University and a Visiting Biophysics Professor at Catania University in Sicily. She has been one of the most influential figures of the last decade in the debate within the scientific community regarding the use of genetically modified organisms. She is a highly respected global scientific figure and a well-known critic of neo-Darwinism and reductionist thought in Biology and Physics. Dr. Ho has authored hundreds of scientific articles and many books on a variety of subjects.
In 1999, she founded The Institute of Science in Society (ISIS), a London-based nonprofit organization that works globally to promote social responsibility and sustainability in scientific research and scientific practice.
ISIS provides extensive online archives of articles, scientific papers, and press releases written by Dr. Ho and her colleagues related to biotechnology, including genetically modified organisms, sustainable agriculture, environmental issues, Gaia theory, holistic health, nanotechnology and alternative energy.
ISIS also co-ordinates global campaigns including the The Global Campaign for a GM-Free Sustainable World and Sustainable World: A Global Initiative.
Mae-Wan's Articles at Satya Center Include:
Fowl Play: What's Behind the Phony Bird Flu Scare?
What Can You Believe About Bird Flu?
Global Food Trade & The New Slave Labour
Solar Power Comes of Age
Health, Human Rights & GM Crops
The Global Organic Foods Boom
Archived Articles: Dr. Mae-Wan Ho Archive
Palden Jenkins, Author, Astrologer & Humanitarian
Born a Virgo in 1950, Palden has worked as a webmaster, author and editor, teacher and speaker, advisor and project organiser. He lives in Glastonbury, England- the Isle of Avalon, with his wife Sheila, their son Tulki and three children from a previous marriage. Palden has worked on many humanitarian projects and the founding of various pioneering social projects. He has campaigned for homebirth, researched crop circles and ET life forms and has had several books published as well as being an online book publisher. Check out his website for more information, photos & excerpts from his books. His latest book is "Healing the Hurts of Nations" published by Gothic Images of Glastonbury in 2003.
Palden's articles at Satya Center include:
A New Middle East (2006)
Give Peace a Chance: Noone Can Win the Arab-Israeli Wars (2006)
The London Bombings (2005)
America's Decline (2004)
Of Screeching Hawks & A Pacifist's Dilemma (2004)
The Distancing of Europe and America (2004)
Archived Articles: Palden Jenkins Archive
Richard Katz & Patricia Kaminski, Co-Directors of The Flower Essence Society
“The Flower Essence Society (FES) is an international membership organization of health practitioners, researchers, students, and others interested in deepening knowledge of flower essence therapy. Originally founded in 1979 by Richard Katz, the society has been co-directed since 1980 by Patricia Kaminski and Richard Katz, who are married and professional partners.The Society promotes plant research and empirical clinical research on the therapeutic effects of flower essences, conducts training, certification programs, and seminars throughout the world as well as disseminating publications about flower essence and provides a communication & referral network for an estimated 50,000 active flower essence practitioners who are teaching, researching and practicing flower essence therapy in their healing work.”
The Flower Essence Society maintains a beautiful and informative website with an abundance of free research articles by & about practitioner research in the field and in depth case studies. You can make online donations at the website. You can also become a member in the society right online giving you access to an additional wealth of research essence profiles. Membership also includes access to the book, Flower Essence Repertory. The Repertory is a richly illustrated, cross referenced informative resource for anyone interested in Flower Essence therapies. Patricia and Richard also manage Flower Essence Services, which produces flower essences and herbal products at Terra Flora, their 17 acre biodynamic/organic garden and wildlife sanctuary in the northern Sierra Nevada foothills of Nevada City, California. Read more about Patricia and Richard. Learn how they have turned their visionary ideals into reality in creating a work environment that not only honors the earth, but honors their employees in their statement of Values & Actions below.
(Note: Jane Sherry & Curtis Lang, Satya Center Founders have been using the Flower Essence Services products for a few years, and have found that they provide consistant, vital and exquisite flower essences and herbal products of a very high vibrational quality. They have a deep and profound effect personally and in their healing practice. FES very generously provides a discount for health practioners and their products are very affordable for the general public.)
Flower Essence Society articles at Satya Center include:
Flower Essence Therapy: a Perfect Adjunct to Psychotherapy
Subtle Body Sensing: The Impact of Flower Essences in the Human Aura
Building a Container For Rachel
Affirmations: The Messages of the Flowers in Transformative Words for the Soul
Love-Lies-Bleeding and Francis of Assisi
Sunflower & Love-Lies-Bleeding: A Study in Spiritual Surrender
Developing Positive Sensitivity-Empathy: an asset, not a liability
Archived Articles: Flower Essence Society Archive
Maya del Mar
World-renowned astrologer Maya del Mar wote for Celestine Vision, the Mountain Astrologer, and for her own web-based magazine, Daykeeper Journal. She combined 30 years of astrological work with keen intuitive skills and a lifetime of teaching and counseling experience to provide her readers and clients with insightful and humanistic astrological guidance.
Maya del Mar passed away on November 26, 2006, however her daughter, Susan Pomery, continues to operate the Daykeeper Journal website in partnership with some very talented astrologers who are carrying on Maya's work.
If you'd like to contact them, please use this email address: email@example.com
Maya's Articles at Satya Center Include:
Immigrants' Rights: The New Revolution
The Road to 2012
2006: A Challenging Year
Is Social Security Broke? Part 1
Global Warming: The Boiling Point
The Mars Effect: America's Retreat from Global Hegemony
Pivotal Years for the US as Mars Turns Retrograde
Archived Articles: Maya del Mar Archive
Jean Jean-Pierre, Author, Musician, Activist, Humanitarian
Jean Jean-Pierre is a journalist, composer, musician, playwright, screenwriter and producer. Born and raised in Port Au Prince, Haiti, Jean Jean performed as a drummer with popular recording artists such as Haitian star Ansy Derose and Brazilian vocalist Nelson Ned.
Jean Jean has worked as a journalist on Haitian issues for The Village Voice and United Nations Radio and as a columnist for the Gannett Newspapers.
In 1995, Jean Jean co-founded Mapou Production, Ltd., along with Academy Award winning filmmaker Jonathan Demme and human rights attorney Michael Ratner, dedicated to promoting the rich and vibrant culture of Haiti. In the same year, Jean Jean and Mapou Productions produced Bouyon Rasin, the first Haitian-international roots music festival in the world. Since then Jean Jean has produced regular musical events at Carnegie Hall and the New Jersey Performing Arts Center.
Jean Jean is the leader of "Kiskeya: The Haitian Orchestra" and recently composed the "Ode to Jean Dominique" included in Jonathan Demme's film "The Agronomist".
Jean Jean's Articles at Satya Center Include:
Haitis's Virtual Govertnment, On the Brink of Civil War
Check out Jim's Website, Unsilent Generation, for more articles, links and current writing: "Unsilent Generation is a site for people who don’t believe that getting old means getting dumb, getting conservative, getting complacent, or getting used to spending your days driving a golf cart to early bird dinner specials. It’s a site for people who know that old age doesn’t have to be a slow shuffle toward the grave, but it also isn’t always the glorious adventure that’s depicted in “senior” lifestyle magazines or commercials for retirement investments."
James Ridgeway is Senior Washington Correspondent for Mother Jones Magazine, where he writes both articles for the magazine and a weekly web column on MotherJones.com.
Ridgeway served as Washington Correspondent for the Village Voice Newspaper for more than thirty years, where he wrote the weekly “Mondo Washington” column, as well as features on national and international politics. As part of his broad-based national reporting, he became know for his writing on the American right wing, from the mainstream conservative movement to the racist far-right. He also reported on international stories, from the coup in Haiti to the democratic revolution in Eastern Europe.
Ridgeway is the author of sixteen books, including, most recently, The 5 Unanswered Questions About and It's All For Sale: The Control of Global Resources.
Jim's Articles at Satya Center Include:
The Next Financial Crisis: Credit Cards 12-14-2007
Why Bank Rage is Not Populism 3-26-2009
Archived Articles: James Ridgeway Archive
P. Sainath is the rural affairs editor of The Hindu newspaper and the author of "Everybody Loves a Good Drought". He can be reached at: firstname.lastname@example.org. See India Togther for access to many articles by Palagummi Sainath on India's farming crisis and the plight of the dalits. Satya Center Founders, Curtis Lang & Jane Sherry were recently honored to host Sainath on a local Columbia County Farm tour where he interviewed farmers at Hawthorne Valley Farm, Miller's Crossing Farm, Scarecrow Farm & Roxbury Farm.
Sainath's Articles at Satya Center Include:
A Fate Worse Than Debt: The Plight of Indian Farmers
Obama's Magic Moment--A View From India
The Economy is Worse than it Appears
Archived Articles: Palagummi Sainath Archive
Andrew Bard Schmookler, Author, Historian, Political Scientist
Dr. Andrew Bard Schmookler is a prize-winning author, radio commentator and public policy analyst. He is the creator and author of the website None So Blind, which is devoted to understanding the roots of America's present moral crisis and the means by this present challenge can be met. He can be reached at email@example.com. Schmookler does regular talk radio shows -in both red and blue states -- discussing the questions of meaning and value that we face in our lives.
Among Schmookler's books are several bearing on the problem of war and peace, including the prize-winning book “The Parable of the Tribes: The Problem of Power in Social Evolution”, “Out of Weakness: Healing the Wounds that Drive Us to War”, and “Sowings and Reapings: The Cycling of Good and Evil in the Human System”. He has written two books on the problematic relationship between economic forces and human needs: “The Illusion of Choice: How the Market Economy Shapes Our Destiny” and “Fool's Gold: The Fate of Values in a World of Goods”. Dr. Schmookler's most recent book is “Debating the Good Society: A Quest to Bridge America's Moral Divide”, which explores some of the basic issues that underly this country's current polarization.
Andrew's Articles at Satya Center Include:
The Concept of Evil
You're Doubtful About America's Moral Degradation? Did You See Those Super Bowl Ads?
America's Moral Crisis
Archived Articles: Andrew Bard Schmookler Archive
Rupert Sheldrake, Scientist, Author, Visionary
Rupert Sheldrake is a biologist and author and scientific visionary. In his early days at Cambridge where he studied biology and biochemistry he found that there was a great gulf between his original inspired interest in life-- actual living organisms-- and the kind of biology he was taught: orthodox, mechanistic biology which essentially denies the life of organisms but instead treats them as machines. Rupert discovered the work of Goethe, and a different kind of science, a holistic science that integrated direct experience and understanding. He went on to explore new ideas in quantum theory, philosophy of science, parapsychology, alternative medicine, and the holistic philosophy of nature. He lived for a year and a half at the ashram of Fr Bede Griffiths in South India, where he wrote "A New Science of Life" (Blond and Briggs, 1981). Among other works he authored is "The Presence of the Past" (Collins 1988), "The Rebirth of Nature" (Century, 1990), "Trialogues at the Edge of the West" with Ralph Abraham and Terence McKenna, (Bear and Co., 1992) and with Matthew Fox he co-authored "Natural Grace: Dialogues on Science and Spirituality" (Bloomsbury, 1996) and "The Physics of Angels" (Harper Collins, 1996). His book "Dogs that Know When Their Owners are Coming Home, and Other Unexplained Powers of Animals" (Hutchinson) was published in 1999, and won the British Scientific and Medical Network Book of the Year Award. In July 2000 he was the H. Burr Steinbach visiting scholar at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, in Massachusetts. His most recent book is "The Sense of Being Stared At, And Other Aspects of the Extended Mind" (Hutchinson 2003). He is currently a Fellow of the Institute of Noetic Sciences, San Francisco. Rupert lives in Hampstead, London, England with his wife, Jill Purce and their two sons. Jill is the pioneer of the international sound healing movement. Check out the Jill Purce website.
Read Rupert's complete bio at his website, which includes articles, research and ongoing research the public can participate in, a free e-newsletter, a cool glossary with definitions of such terms as: dialectical materialism, entelechy, evolution and teleonomy and much more.
Rupert's Articles at Satya Center Include:
Listen to the Animals
Mind, Memory and Archetype, Part III
Mind, Memory and Archetype, Part II
Mind, Memory and Archetype, Part I
Prayer: A Challenge for Science
The Universal Organism
Archived Articles: Rupert Sheldrake Archive
Starhawk, Author, Peace Activist, Earth Based Spiritual Activism Teacher
Starhawk, a longtime progressive political activist and prolific writer located in San Francisco, is committed to the marriage of spiritual work and political activism. She is the author of "The Spiral Dance", "Dreaming the Dark", "The Pagan Book of Living and Dying", and other works of nonfiction and fiction. Her work as a modern day pagan, or earth-based spiritual leader, is driven by a love of Life and the desire to bring the “creative power of spirituality to political activism”. She has organized, trained protestors and has been in the front lines of global peace and justice movements around the world. She has participated in anti-war demonstrations at Diablo Canyon and Livermore Weapons Lab and worked to implement sustainable agriculture projects in such diverse locations as Nicaragua (with Witness for Peace) & El Salvador and has established a Permaculture program in California. She has been an indefatigable figure working for peace in the Middle East, traveling to the occupied territories of Palestine and Israel, bearing witness to the struggle of those organizing to demand peaceful solutions to the long-standing conflicts in this war-torn region, and “working for peace with local activists of both sides”. Starhawk now provides peace and justice activists with training in intensive seminars called EAT: EAT- Earth Activist Trainings that “combine permaculture design, effective activism, and earth based spirituality”. She is the founder of the "Reclaiming" collective, and one of the most visible public midwives engaged in rejuvenating the earth based spirituality and Goddess religious movement which has swept around the world. Please visit Starhawk’s website, find her rich permaculture resources page and read her writings frequently. Better yet, find a workshop in your area!
Starhawk's Articles at Satya Center Include:
Four Years Ago Today
To Be a True Friend of the Jewish People
Bioremediation in New Orleans
Toward an Activist Spirituality
Archived Articles: Starhawk's Archive
Truth Consciousness and Prabhushri Swami Amar Jyoti
Truth Consciousness, founded in 1974 by Prabhushri Swami Amar Jyoti, maintains Ashrams and Spiritual Centers in the United States devoted to the principles of Truth and Dharma (Righteousness) and the freeing of human consciousness into Divine Consciousness.
The spiritual awakening on earth that Swami Amar Jyoti reveals is the glorious destiny of mankind, once freed from our limited identity of self. Lovingly and ceaselessly, He continues to uplift and purify each of us for this awakening, for His way is the ancient relationship of the Guru to the disciple, the candle lit directly from the burning flame of Truth. He constantly reminds us that we are at a breakthrough into a new age, where religions will be transformed into direct awakening and communion with our Highest Source. Like a mother whose love knows no bounds for her child, the Guru guides and nurtures the disciple on his or her own path to perfection, revealing in Himself the attainable Reality of God Consciousness.
Teaching from the basis of eternal Truth, the message of Swami Amar Jyoti’s Satsangs (Sanskrit: communion with Truth) is one of deep spiritual unity. His way is not to espouse a particular creed but to impart a spiritual way of life. He spent four decades (1961-2001) awakening and uplifting countless souls around the world to God Consciousness and disseminating the timeless Truth underlying all traditions and faiths. Prabhushri Swamiji is the author of several books; over seven hundred of His oral discourses, illuminating the classical path for modern times, are available on CD and audiocassette. This Satsang is edited from Meditation and the Simple Life (I-15). A full catalog of Satsangs by Swami Amar Jyoti in audio format is available at truthconsciousness.org, or call us at 520-743-8821 for a free copy by mail.
[Note: Curtis Lang & Jane Sherry, Founders of Satya Center highly recommend that you order a subscription to their beautiful, uplifting & inspiring magazine Light of Consciousness and sign up for their free e-newsletter which you can do by phone or at their website.]
Truth Consciousness Articles at Satya Center:
Fearless Women: Saints Who Walked the Fearless Edge by Sita Stuhlmiller
Meditation and the Simple Life: Satsang with Swami Amar Jyoti
Archived Articles: Truth Consciousness Archive
Marsha Woolf, the Tibetan Refugee Health Care Project & Alternative Resources
The Tibetan Refugee Health Care Project is funded entirely by private donations. It is a project of the 501C3 non-profit umbrella organization Alternative Resources Unlimited. You can read about the wonderful work of Dr. Yeshi Dhonden, Tibetan monk and physician who is doing pioneering work with cancer patients around the world using Tibetan Herbal Medicine at the TRHCP & Alternative Resources website. Dr. Dhonden works with and is sponsored by Dr. Marsha Woolf, executive director of Alternative Resources Unlimited and Menla Tibetan Medical Institute. The Tibetan Refugee Health Care Project (TRHCP) was created in response to the dire and growing need for public health care for the Tibetan community-in-exile, living both in resettlement camps in India, and throughout the world, and to be a support for The Tibetan Government-in-exile, His Holiness The Dalai Lama and the Tibetan Department of Health. All projects are reported to them. You can read more about Dr. Marsha Woolf's work with Dr. Yeshi Dhonden in the alt.cancer section of Satya Center. And you can read about the Tibetan Refugee Health Care Project's Water Project sponsored by Alternative Resources, created by Dr. Marsha (as her friends and patients call her) in response to the tragic consequences of polluted water in the Tibetan Refugee camps. Dr. Marsha Woolf has been working as a naturapathic healer for over 30 years specializing in Chinese and Tibetan Medicine and nutrition with a focus on treating cancer and the immune system. She also has a private practice when she is in this country.
The TRHCP Articles and Letters at Satya Center Include:
The Tibetan Refugee Water Project
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