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The Life Connection (TLC) provides a guide to San Diego County’s resources for improving health, the environment, relationships, and expanding human potential; and feature articles for everyone.

In San Diego this month for two events, Pam Grout is a highly respected...

By Leslie Goldman Leslie Goldman, “Your Enchanted Gardener,” Plants Seeds of Success for Super...

From the publisher, Steve Hays There’s a lot being said these days about how...

In 2011, Kundalini Kriya Yoga Master Yogiraj Siddhanath wrote Babaji: The Lightning Standing Still,...

Predicting the future is risky. We don’t often get it right, and we almost...

  • In San Diego this month for two events, Pam Grout is a highly respected leader at the forefront of this field and NY Times Bestselling Author of 17 books including E-Squared (E2) and E-Cubed (E3). In her recent book, she portrays a powerful, humorous and easy-to-understand presentation of quantum physics and “FP” (field of potentiality). Pam, living in […]

  • By Leslie Goldman Leslie Goldman, “Your Enchanted Gardener,” Plants Seeds of Success for Super Ripe People and their Dreams. A noted ceremonialist in the eyes of Mother Earth and a full time blogger, he records his ongoing activity and mystical adventures on the Plant Your Dream Curezone Blog (13 million page views). He writes about […]

  • From the publisher, Steve Hays There’s a lot being said these days about how we can save water—(even here on page 12-13)—but first, let’s look at the latest, front-running non-remedy and talk about showers. I’d like to suggest that it’s a good idea to take showers. Isn’t this the direction we want to go in […]

  • In 2011, Kundalini Kriya Yoga Master Yogiraj Siddhanath wrote Babaji: The Lightning Standing Still, which was awarded the Most Influential Book of the New Millennium Award by the American Authors Association. On May 10, 2013, he was honored by the highest authority on the Sanatan Dharma in India, with the title of Yog Maartand (Supreme […]

  • Predicting the future is risky. We don’t often get it right, and we almost always are surprised by unanticipated events and the unintended consequences of our choices. And the crises that have punctuated human history, especially this last century when we have added accelerating science, technology and industrialization to the mix, make it clear that […]

  • MWD Offers Water Saving Rebates By Steve Hays Approximately 70% of the water that we use is used indoors. The largest portion goes to washing clothes and dishes, flushing the toilet and bathing. The remaining 30% is used outdoors, with more than half of that used for watering lawns and gardens. Nationwide it’s estimated that […]

  • By Penelope Young Andrade, LCSW Do you know how to cope when you’re surrounded by loved ones facing serious illnesses? When you’re a caregiver, it’s crucial to make self care a high priority. Given the unending needs of the sick ones this may feel impossible. However, if you don’t take time for yourself, you’ll end […]

  • Amelia’s Note

    July 3rd, 2015
    Amelia’s Note

    Hello Month of Independence! This is a perfect time to have gratitude for our freedom. For me, It has been a wonderful journey coming out to California and meeting inspirational people. I love traveling and exploring new areas. There are so many exciting things to experience here in San Diego, California and beyond! Have you […]

  • In her new book, Living With Intent: My Somewhat Messy Journey to Purpose, Peace, and Joy (April 2015;Harmony Books), Mallika shares a practical yet deeply personal look at her year long journey to discover some workable answers to feeling overwhelmed. “When you realize you need help, you can access a world of wisdom. This was […]

  • Wouldn’t you know that just as we are hearing how dire our water shortage is, it rains—and rains again? I still wouldn’t bet on the weather, but at least we got some relief. Maybe we San Diegans simply love plants and nature too much not to have it rain. Perhaps collectively we reach a point […]

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  • Energy Cubed: An Interview With Pam Grout

    In San Diego this month for two events, Pam Grout is a highly respected leader at the forefront of this field and NY Times Bestselling Author of 17 books including E-Squared (E2) and E-Cubed (E3). In her recent book, she portrays a powerful, humorous and easy-to-understand presentation of quantum physics and “FP” (field of potentiality). Pam, living in

    Energy Cubed: An Interview With Pam Grout
  • Tips for Winning Back Our Sacred Seed—and Outgrowing GMOs

    By Leslie Goldman Leslie Goldman, “Your Enchanted Gardener,” Plants Seeds of Success for Super Ripe People and their Dreams. A noted ceremonialist in the eyes of Mother Earth and a full time blogger, he records his ongoing activity and mystical adventures on the Plant Your Dream Curezone Blog (13 million page views). He writes about

    Tips for Winning Back Our Sacred Seed—and Outgrowing GMOs
  • Save Water, but take a Shower, Please

    From the publisher, Steve Hays There’s a lot being said these days about how we can save water—(even here on page 12-13)—but first, let’s look at the latest, front-running non-remedy and talk about showers. I’d like to suggest that it’s a good idea to take showers. Isn’t this the direction we want to go in

    Save Water, but take a Shower, Please