I broke away from the March gloominess of the Northeast for a quick trip to LA, the land of eternal sunshine. One of the areas I explored was Topanga Canyon. Once the epicenter of the 60s hippie movement, Topanga still maintains its barefoot-dancing-flower-child vibe. Vintage shops, fly posters for natural healers, and of course, The Inn of the Seventh Ray.
A fully preserved colonial town (pre-Revolutionary War), Deerfield is this eerily beautiful, fully-functioning living museum with a well-heeled private school attached. The vibe is kind of “gothy puritanical” in the best possible way.
Cambridge-educated biologist and author, Rupert Sheldrake, is advancing his controversial theory of morphic resonance – proposing that humans may not store thoughts and memories in their own brains, but rather “upload” and “download” them from an infinite consciousness.
I’m researching reincarnation as part of a new project, and the stories I’ve been coming across are phenomenal – like this one of a little boy in Lebananon. Click the article link and read what happens when his parents finally take him to his former hometown.