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Mind over matter

Mind over matter

January 2015

UNIVERSE WITHIN by Gwen Randall-Young • My acupuncturist recently noted she had many patients and friends being diagnosed with cancer. She asked me why I thought there was so much cancer. I said what I have repeated so often: stress, anxiety, anger and negative thinking suppress the immune system. Cancer is like a terrorist group intent on...

The new earth

The new earth

January 2015

A NEW EARTH by Eckhart Tolle • To read Eckhart Tolle’s latest column, please see the current print edition of Common Ground. For copyright reasons, we are authorized to publish this column in our print version only. More than 1/4 million people read Common Ground every month! Pick up your copy today. This article appeared in the JANUARY 2015 print...

STAR WISE: January 2015

STAR WISE: January 2015

January 2015

by Mac McLaughlin • Aries | Taurus | Gemini | Cancer | Leo | Virgo | Libra Scorpio | Sagitarius | Capricorn | Aquarius | Pisces We start the month with some pretty stormy weather. Last month, we talked about the Uranus/Pluto square that is in play until 2019. Uranus/Pluto combinations represent upheaval, revolution and major transformation. Here in the...

2015 a pivotal year for Internet freedom

2015 a pivotal year for Internet freedom

January 2015

INDEPENDENT MEDIA by David Christopher • One of the most challenging things about working for an Internet freedom organization like OpenMedia is there’s often a lot going on. As in a lot. It certainly makes for an exciting work life, but I’d be the first to admit it can also make it tricky to take a step back, reflect on the journey to date and look at the...

Native North America, Vol. 1

Native North America, Vol. 1

January 2015

MUSIC RISING by Bruce Mason • It’s a privilege to recommend music that ticks all the boxes and adds more. Native North America (Vol. 1): Aboriginal Folk, Rock, and Country 1966-1985 does just that. It’s a transcendent, stunning, eye-opening compilation of unheard, undocumented, unavailable Canadiana. From original inhabitants across the upper reaches of...