If the world isn’t real, why should I stay?

Reader Q&A. If you've got a ticket to Nirvana, why should you stick around 'till the curtain closes? A reader observes that people are unreal, that suffering is inherent in life, and all he wants to do is get to that state we call Nirvana. How do we approach this duality of Real/Unreal and Existence/Nirvana? Let's look.

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The Truth About Parenting (and about growing up)

Whether you're a parent or not, this is important for everyone. A lot of the issues that come up in parenting are really not even about our kids, but about ourselves -- how we process our own childhood experience, our unconscious beliefs about our childhoods. 

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Reader Q&A: Sex After Kundalini Awakening

Will having sex after Kundalini awakening cause further activation? While I'm interested in having sex with my husband, I'm terrified that it will get things really moving again in some way. Relationship is on the line right now with me holding back on sex.

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Ultra Sensory: How My Body Perceives and Reacts to Lightning

I can't really describe what it feels like to have your energy sphere collapse. I tried to bring it up again, fortify my boundary, but it wouldn't budge. It clung tight to my body like I was a plastic wrapped papaya. Then something even weirder happened. I started feeling and sensing these "burrs" sticking to my body. They were around 10-12 inches long and shaped like lozenges.

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The Bodhisattva’s Guide to Dealing With Trump Supporters

I've been friends with Doug since I was 18, and he knows I am totally apolitical. I've never discussed politics, never cared to and absolutely nothing we were talking about as we walked along the beach could have possibly precipitated the sudden Trump Is The Man monologue that seemingly came to life out of nowhere. I think we were actually discussing ice cream. 

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