Issue 231 • July/August 2005
The Four Pillars of Sustainability
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To really understand the nature of reality, we must look through the eyes of the soul.
A HEART FULL OF WONDER • Katie Green
The union of science and spirituality reflects the transformation that is occurring in individuals.
A CONFLUENCE OF TWO MINDS • Rasoul Sorkhabi
The Dalai Lama and Albert Einstein: a tale of two remarkable men.
CUT THE CARBON! • Paul Allen
The key challenge for the future is to decide which is the best low-carbon energy source.
THE REALITY OF RENEWABLES • Godfrey Boyle
Germany is living proof that we can move from fossil fuels and nuclear power to clean, renewable energy.
Roofing materials that do nothing but keep the rain out are a shameful waste of space.
BLUE POWER • Dave Elliott
Energy abundance from the seas.
BOUNTIFUL BIOMASS • Jonathan Scurlock
Local, constant and natural energy.
SIMPLE SOLUTIONS • David Nicholson-Lord
Bringing environment and development together.
Let the public decide on the fate of one per cent of our science budget.
FREE-WHEELING • Jane Elizabeth Lemke
A ride through the seasons of the Pacific Northwest.
Slow down, you move too fast?
LIFE WITHOUT POCKETS • Rajesh Shah
The addition of a new item to the household should be matched by the removal of another.
GARDEN GIFTS • Brigitte Norland
Food and warmth, sweetness and light are the sun's gifts in the garden.
WHERE LAND TOUCHES SKY • Philip Vann
The journeys, struggles and bucolic bliss encapsulated in Neil MacPherson's paintings.
500 YEARS FROM NOW • Oliver Lowenstein
Who is continuing Joseph Beuys's fascinating legacy?
A TALENTED TROUPE • Harland Walshaw
For Footsbarn, all the world is a stage.
CRAFT CULTURE • Alan Crawford
To please the eye and satisfy the mind.
Voice From The South • Vandana Shiva
Poetry - MARTIN SCHMANDT and LOREN KLEINMAN • Peter Abbs
Visionaries • Jean Hardy
Recipes • Daphne Lambert
Letters to the Editors
THE BIG PICTURE
SWINGING FROM THE CHANDELIERS • John Elkington
Review of Hope Dies Last
REAWAKENING THE IMAGINATION • Philip Marsden
Review of Nature Cure
GOING LOCO • Peter Lang
Review of Green Alternatives to Globalisation
NO MORE "MUCK OFF THE TRUCK" • Patrick Holden
Review of Food Wars
THE GREAT WORK • Nancy Jack Todd
Review of The Last Refuge
GLIMPSES OF PARADISE • John Lane
Review of Heaven on Earth
GET RID OF CIVILISATION • Kirkpatrick Sale
Review of s The Culture of Make Believe
CUTTING THROUGH FOG • James Wells-Bruges
Review of One World
BOOKS IN BRIEF • Marian Van Eyk McCain
In Part One of this article (Issue 231), we discussed how to access the 'eyes of the soul' in order to perceive the true reality of Consciousness. In Part Two, we explore these concepts at a deeper level and look at the qualities of the soul. we discussed how to access the 'eyes of the soul' in order to perceive the true reality of Consciousness. In Part Two we explore these concepts at a deeper level and look at the qualities of the soul
Review - BEYOND SUBVERSION • Angela Malyon-Bein
Review of Returning to the Essential by Jean Biès
Review - COMMUNING WITH THE CELTS • Donald McKinney
Review of Celtic Angels by Donald McKinney
Review - CREATING THE FUTURE WE WANT • Graham Burnett
Review of The Earth Care Manual by Patrick Whitefield
Review - ELABORATE EMBROIDERY • John Lane
Review of Bright Flowers by Christina Sumner and Guy Petherbridge
Review - ETHICAL STEPS • Ruth Rosselson
Review of A Good Life by Leo Hickman
Review - EVOLVING CONSCIOUSNESS • James Robertson
Review of The Possibility of Progress by Mark Braund
Review - IN THE END • Stephen Cross
Review of Voice of Death by Baidyanath Saraswati
Review - KNOW BY LOOKING • Bobbie Cox
Review of A Celebration of Cloth by Mary Fogg
Review - POLAR OPPOSITES • Jeremy Naydler
Review of Who Wrote Bacon? by Richard Ramsbotham
Review - THE BIRTH OF LOVE • Sophie Style
Review of The Caesarean by Michel Odent
Review - TRANSFORMING CONSCIOUSNESS • Jordi Pigem
Review of The Power of Now by Eckhart Tolle
Review - YOU CAN DO THIS TOO • Michael Henderson
Review of Unarmed Heroes by Peace Direct