Allen remembers being tested in Rajneeshpuram for a contagious eye infection…
While reviewing this book, Madhuri reflected on issues like control, power struggle and verbal abuse and how it affects us.
Britain’s biggest employer organisation and main trade union body have sounded the alarm over the prospect of British companies implanting staff with microchips to improve security, writes Julia Kollewe in The Guardian. Published on November 11, 2018.
Of all the bizarre moves federal US agencies (and many also in other countries these days) came up with in the last few years, this one beats them all! Published in The Kansas City Star and SOTT on October 4, 2017.
Examining the role that stories play in how we think about ourselves and each other, offering a glimpse at a new emerging story that can help bring about a more sustainable world. (video)
Iam Saums on the overwhelming power of the media – and a reminder to claim our own power and distinguish ourselves from societal fear, prejudice, propaganda and vanity.
Osho asserts that society will soon fix an electrode in people’s brains to control them – it will be cheap and easy, and then there will be no possibility for human freedom.
Avikal talks about the monster of Greek mythology, in modern times also called ‘the inner judge’, and how through inquiry and alertness we can tackle the Medusa.
An open letter to the people of Brazil was published on December 17, 2013 in the Brazilian newspaper ‘A Folha’ in Portuguese; this original text was provided via the Facebook page of Glenn Greenwald’s husband David Miranda and posted by Common Dreams.
A look at George Orwell’s visionary book ‘1984’ and the present day reality of NSA, PRISM and other government control functions.
“A man of awareness does not need anybody else to tell him what to do, what not to do,” states Osho.
Often, when reading about decisions made by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), the government body controlling more and more what Americans can eat or not eat, the implications of so many regulations based on quite often questionable research make one’s head swim. Strangely enough, much of what is considered junk food seems to be acceptable for consumption by a population of which two thirds have been declared to be obese or overweight, yet the right to eat natural foods is being chiseled away from on a daily basis.