Thomas Ramey Watson

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Embracing Loneliness

“Loneliness is the human condition. Cultivate it. The way it tunnels into you allows your soul room to grow. Never expect to outgrow loneliness. Never hope to find people who will understand you, someone to fill that space. An intelligent, sensitive person is the exception, the very great exception. If you expect to find people

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Excellent Hanukah Insights

Rabbi Michael Melchior writes: Judaism, like all religions, embodies a very delicate balance between the particular and the universal. When being faithful to this balance, we can contribute to a better world. But when distorting this balance, we will contribute to endangering the future and the hopes of humankind. I believe that those who have

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Genuine spirituality Protects Brain Functions

Date:May 11, 2021 Source:IOS Press Summary: It is projected that up to 152 million people worldwide will be living with Alzheimer’s disease (AD) by 2050. To date there are no drugs that have a substantial positive impact on either the prevention or reversal of cognitive decline. A growing body of evidence finds that targeting lifestyle

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Calling good evil and evil good

A few days ago my inner teacher gave me this insight into someone I know who still believes TRump is the best thing that ever happened. He’s always tossing stones from his glass house. Loving every conspiracy theory that pricks his ears, he refuses to admit how many of them he’s insisted I consider–ones that

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High Praise for my book, Baltho, The Dog Who Owned a Man

Thomas Ramey Watson October 17 2013 I finally got this testimony from a fellow therapist about Baltho, the Dog Who Owned a Man in .jpeg format. The saga continues, and expands to include my unusual soul connection experiences with cats and other animals (four- and two-legged)–in Seer: The Communion of the Living and the Dead

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Redeeming Instead of Shunning and Cancelling

IN PRAISE OF CALVIN’S TOTAL DEPRAVITY We can’t defeat racism by “being good” or “feeling guilty.” BY LUCAS KWONG    Kwong provides an excellent analysis of American culture today. He writes: In that light, maybe the solution to the problem identified by Green and Applebaum isn’t to disown Calvin or his analysis of original sin. Rather, we

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We are the mirror image of those we seek to destroy

This article is a must read. I’m afraid it’s full of ugly truths about our country and our behavior toward not only other countries but toward the least among us, minorities, our indigenous populations, etc. To be the country we want to be we must come to terms with this, our Shadow Side, and own

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All of creation is part of the web

On August 2016 I had another of my unusual encounters with an animal. More important than anything in life is my experience with the soul realm. When such things happen, I always feel wiser, stronger, better centered in ultimate Reality. I attended a monthly Reiki Shares session at the Samadhi Yoga Center on East Colfax

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The times are dark all over the world, and anxiety is high

     I am going to start doing regular Facebook Live Streams and offer online counseling/coaching and support groups to help calm that anxiety and isolation. This way people will not have to come to see me in person but can still get my unique brand of help and support.      I am working

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Now Distributing Bluebird Botanical Hemp CBD products

According to Consumerlab.com which does independent lab testing, Bluebird CBD 6X concentrate oils are most recommended for price and purity. They are manufactured in Louisville, CO but won’t ship to Denver because of too many restrictions. I drove over on Tues and picked up a 3 bottle variety pack for me and a neighbors All

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Defeating Fear

by Susan Stanton October 30, 2018 We are facing a crisis of fear in the world, playing out in many ways on many platforms. And trying to keep fear at bay in the current environment is challenging as we are subjected on a daily basis to horrific reports of violence, destruction and hatred along with

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The pros and cons of marijuana

Erez Batat writes: Whenever I read a blog about cannabis, I feel like I am watching a presidential debate with only one candidate. The blog will either demand to legalize the plant due to its magical properties, or will list the horrific impact it will have on society. As always, the truth is neither here

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