Monday, May 9, 2011


The Dalai Lama and America the Buddhaful, More Than 20 Percent of Atheist Scientists are Spiritual, Meditation Can Improve Health…

Celebrate being alive! ~The SBNR Team

Today’s Meditation:


A Divine Mother Meditation

Healing frequencies of light, color, sound and sacred mantras.

Spirituality News & Posts:

1. Susan Hogan: The Dalai Lama and America the Buddhaful
“For Americans not interested in politics, Buddhism tapped into a growing push-back to organized religion. It offered a way to be spiritual but not religious. Like most things in life, Americans plucked from Buddhism what they wanted, creating adaptations in the West that the East wouldn’t recognize.”

2. David Ruth: More Than 20 Percent of Atheist Scientists are Spiritual
“More than 20 percent of atheist scientists are spiritual, according to new research from Rice University. Though the general public marries spirituality and religion, the study found that spirituality is a separate idea – one that more closely aligns with scientific discovery – for “spiritual atheist” scientists.”

3. Emily Newman: Meditation Can Improve Health, Help Destress
“Meditation comes in many forms and is used for everything from pain relief to those who want a more centered self. Donald Dicken, resident of Cumberland and a 30-year member of the Science of Spirituality and member of the Unitarian Universalist church, believes that it in addition to providing pain relief and stress management, meditation is present in every form of religion.”

4. JoAnn Barrett: Imagining God as Goddess This Mother’s Day
“Today as a minister who assists people in developing their own spiritual journeys, I am compelled to examine the concept of God as Mother. People at different stages of their spiritual development require different tools to assist them in gaining insight and strength from relying on their spirituality as a viable means of support in their lives. There comes a point when we all need some good old-fashioned mothering.”


Share your thoughts. Leave a comment:

No comments yet.

86 queries in 0.409 seconds