• WEBSITES •
At Realization’s website, consider Ashtavakra Gita and Crest Jewel of Wisdom. These are excellent translations of two powerful and inspiring classic Indian spiritual texts. This is truly a treasure!
February 27, 2014
Abide in Presence at http://www.abideinpresence.com/index.html “is about the presence that lives within you, within me, within every duck, plant, every piece of pumpkin pie and pavement, every dandelion and Honda Accord, every centipede and cell phone, every saint & stone-cold junkie every molecule in the universe.”
February 19, 2014
Journey to Growth at http://www.journeytogrowth.com/ “connects personal development, psychology and Kabbalah”. Its founder believes that “Kabbalah can enrich every person’s life, no matter what religion they practice, and that its deep truths have meaning for all of us as human beings.” Here a visitor will find a variety of exercises, free and (modest) fee based, designed to generate self-discovery and growth.
May 26, 2013
Center for Action and Contemplation at https://cac.org/ “seeks to empower individuals to live out their sacred soul tasks in service to the world through educational programs and resources.” This website is the home of The Rohr Institute founded by Richard Rohr, OFM, a Franciscan monk, author, and spiritual teacher. It was brought to our attention by a long-time friend of The Zoo Fence, and we are grateful to her for doing so. There is a lot of excellent stuff here.
April 29, 2013
Feng Shui Import at http://www.fengshui-import.com/ sells a variety of items related to the Chinese tradition of Feng Shui. In addition, the website offers free of charge interesting tips and other information for those wanting to apply feng shui principles to their lives at home or at work.
April 19, 2012
O-Books Publishing at http://www.o-books.com/ says about itself “We’re a group of independently-minded publishers, editors, designers, and sales people living in the US, UK, Ireland, and France, who have come together under several associated imprints to offer alternative ways of looking at the world, and an alternative way of publishing”. One of their titles, The Silence of The Mind, is featured at TZF’s Open Space.
October 17, 2011
The Kindness Project at http://www.humjournal.com/kindness “is a collection of audio stories about everyday acts of kindness – told by normal people from all walks of life.”
May 19, 2011
Steve Callahan – Celebrating The Sea at http://www.stevencallahan.net/ is the website of Steve Callahan & Associates. Steve Callahan is a sailor, public speaker, boat designer, marine consultant, author, amid numerous other accomplishments, including survival at sea during seventy-six days in a lifeboat, a story beautifully reported in his best-selling book Adrift.
May 12, 2011
Guru - the remover of ignorance at http://spiritualsoul.ning.com/ offers a variety of interesting resources addressing the spiritual process.
February 23, 2011
2012 Enlightened at http://www.2012enlightened.com/ is, as its name suggests, a website about the cataclysm many are predicting for the planet in the year 2012. There will likely be many more websites like this in the year ahead; this one offers some interesting stuff.
December 8, 2010
Channeling Erik at http://www.channelingerik.com is the work of physician and author (and mother) Elisa Medhus who lost her son to suicide on October 6, 2009, about which she writes, “Since that sad and tragic day, an overwhelming sense of grief and despair propelled me into a search for answers. Answers that would provide me and others with comfort and hope. Some of those answers came from the many books I bought, but many came from an unexpected source … Erik, himself. Through dreams, visitations and channeling, he describes what happens during the death process, what the afterlife is like, what he does with his time there, what it feels like to be a free soul, the nature of thought and reality, the meaning of life and the human experience, as well as other matters”. The website offers a lot more about all of that, including a discussion forum, and other interesting, even enlightening, stuff.
September 1, 2010
Enchanced Healing at http://www.enhancedhealing.com/ offers a variety of “relaxation music downloads, relaxation cds, royalty free music, self esteem cds, relaxation DVDs and videos and online individual and group counseling services” as well as an assortment of articles on subjects “in the counseling and holistic fields including addiction, self esteem, hypnosis, psychotherapy, counseling, health, relaxation music, self-help and more.”
June 8, 2010
Truth Contest at http://www.truthcontest.com/ says this about itself: “This is a contest to find and spread the truth about life and death, the ultimate truth. People that enter may represent philosophy, science, religion, or themselves. Any seers or prophets out there?” Apparently, the site is the initiative of a group of college students. However, we are unable to find on the website anything more specific about them than that.
March 12, 2009
On Truth and Reality at http://www.spaceandmotion.com/ introduces itself with this interesting observation, “Despite several thousand years of failure to correctly understand physical reality (hence the current postmodern view that this is impossible) there is an obvious solution: Simply unite Science with Metaphysics and describe reality from only one substance existing, as Leibniz wrote, ‘Reality cannot be found except in One single source, because of the interconnection of all things with one another’.”
February 11, 2009
Healing Crystals at http://www.healingcrystals.com/ describes
itself as “promoting the education and use of crystals to support healing”. Besides offering a variety of crystals for sale, this website has quite a
bit of interesting stuff, including a good article about the use of crystals in healing, and a forum where visitors can ask questions and share experiences
related to the use of crystals.
December 6, 2009
Free Maziar Bahari at http://freemaziarbahari.org/ is
dedicated to the Newsweek journalist
who has been arrested by the current Ahmadinejad administration in Iran. Although
normally TZF steers clear of political issues, I have chosen to include this
website link here because, quite frankly, I am tiring of the endless stream
of politicians, including America's own, who seem to be either unable or
unwilling to behave in a civilized manner.
August 14, 2009
Spiritual Ephesus at http://www.spiritualephesus.com offers
private archaeological, historical, and spiritual retreats in a small town
on the interest-rich Aegean coast of Turkey. The host is Hüseyin Okandan,
a former actor now spiritual seeker. Although we have had no personal experience
with Hüseyin Okandan, the website is intriguing.
August 13, 2009
LibForAll Foundation at http://www.libforall.org/index2.html describes
its mission as “to encourage the growth of peaceful, tolerant, and free
societies — built upon a foundation of civil and economic liberty and
the rule of law — in order to reduce religious extemism and discredit
the use of terror worldwide. Our primary focus is … on the Muslim world.”
April 23, 2009
haiku-urku at http://urku.wordpress.com/ is a beautifully designed website dedicated to haiku poety, the classical Japanese verse traditionally consisting of seventeen syllables over three lines. But there is far more there than haiku poetry. The website owner is a frequent contributor to TZF's Open Forum, where his username is brant.
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March 9, 2009
Updated February 4, 2010
Super Wisdom at http://www.superwisdom.com/ describes
itself as ”a friendly place where principles are placed before personality,
and where self-reliant Truth Seekers connect. Weekly podcasts, articles, monthly
newsletter, premium membership -- so much is here for you”. And it's
true, there is a lot of stuff here. We have not read it all; but we are impressed
by what we have read.
March 9, 2009
God at http://www.avoluptuousgod.com/ is
primarily about a book, A
Voluptuous God: A Christian Heretic Speaks by Robert V Thompson. However,
besides information about and excerpts from the book, the site includes an
interesting blog on a variety of spiritual-related topics, sometimes addressed
from an unexpected perspective.
November 25, 2008
Spiritual-One at http://www.spiritual-one.com/ was
founded to address the question, What is spiritual enlightenment? In the process,
the site has generated a lot of good stuff, including numerous short essays
or blogs on subjects of interest to seekers, book reviews, suggested courses,
links, and the like.
November 19, 2008
Wired Safety at http://www.wiredsafety.org “provides
help, information and education to … victims of cyberabuse ranging from
online fraud, cyberstalking and child safety, to hacking and malicious code
attacks … and cyberbullying”.
May 16, 2008
Answering Richard Dawkins at http://www.atheistdelusion.net/ is
dedicated to countering the arguments, theories, and ideas proponed by Richard
Dawkins, perhaps best known recently for his book The
God Delusion, concerning atheism, religion, and Darwinian evolution. The
website consists of articles, audios, DVDs, and links. It makes for an interesting
April 2, 2008
Closer Than Close at http://www.poetryinmotionfilms.com is
an eighty-minute documentary about the spiritual or inner search for Truth.
The film consists, on the one hand, of an ongoing conversation among a small
group of young seekers reaching together for an understanding of Life's Reality,
and on the other hand, of talks by three men who have found what they are
looking for. The juxtaposition of these two mediums — struggling seekers
and successful seekers — makes for a particularly rewarding viewing
experience, offering as it does both the reassurance that we are not alone
in our hopes and doubts and fears, and the promise that yes, even we, whoever
we are, can succeed. This film has a nice, poetic flow, enhanced by good music
and beautiful images from nature.
February 12, 2008
Kiva at http://www.kiva.org,
in the site’s words, “lets you connect with and loan money to unique
small businesses in the developing world. By choosing a business on Kiva.org,
you can 'sponsor a business' and help the world's working poor make great
strides towards economic independence”. In our view, Kiva is one of the
more exciting things going on in the world today. It gives everyone of us — any
one who can afford to lend as little as $25 —
a real opportunity to change the world. Visit the site, and decide for yourself.
November 23, 2007
Wide Awake Living at http://www.wideawakeliving.com/index.html is,
in the words of this site, about “the possibility of awakening out of
lives of limitation and suffering into lives which are freely, intimately,
and joyously at-one with all that is”. The fundamental premise here (and
these are our words) is that what we all seek is closer to us than our breath
itself, and that we can find it right here, where we are right now, in the
lives we are living right now, if we are willing to do so. There are free
articles, poetry, a newsletter, a blog, as well as “spiritual mentoring” for
March 30, 2007
Satsang with Nirmala at http://www.endless-satsang.com/index.htm offers
spiritual instruction by Nirmala, about whom the website says, “after
a lifetime of spiritual seeking, Nirmala met his teacher [who] convinced Nirmala
that seeking was not necessary; and after experiencing a profound spiritual
awakening in India, he began offering Advaita satsang”.
On the site are various articles, gorgeous photographs, and several books,
free for the download.
March 12 , 2007
Soul and Peace at http://soulnpeace.com/ is
about “Open Soul Meditation” which the website describes as “a
new age meditation technique, suitable for modern busy lifestyle … (which)
… can help you reduce the stress and strain of modern living and remain
in active life with mental peace, harmony and happiness”. There is quite
a bit of interesting free stuff here.
February 19, 2007
Openhand at http://www.openhandweb.org/ teaches
“Openhand Way” which, in the words of the website, “releases
us from mental programming and transforms distorted behavior patterns” towards
achieving enlightenment. A lot of the stuff here is free of charge, including
a newsletter, forum, poetry, and a nice basket of “bite-size truths”.
February 6, 2007
Ka Gold Jewelry at http://www.ka-gold-jewelry.com/index.php is
a source of gold and silver jewelry based on cosmic, religious, and spiritual
symbols and signs. While the posted images look very nice, we have never actually
seen any of the pieces, so please do not misunderstand this link for an endorsement
of the work offered for sale there. However, the site offers a free series
of brief articles about
the principles behind the jewelry which make interesting reading.
August 18, 2006
ConsciousOne at http://www.consciousone.com/index.cfm describes
itself as an “internet resource for personal growth and enlightened spirituality
… dedicated to creating a greater quality of life by enriching levels of
understanding and inspiration”. The site offers for sale a variety of
self-help and self-improvement courses designed by a variety of teachers.
There are also some nice free resources, including a series of articles, inspirational
messages, and a forum.
July 26, 2006
Metaphysical Reviews at http://www.metarev.com/ offers
“New Age” books and music and audio & video tapes. The reviews
are written by Richard Fuller, who “has been a publicist for the last
eight years with a mission to support the blossoming of a new world community
and a progression toward awareness of divinity and personal growth”.
Several of the website’s categories seem still to be in development,
but already there is interesting stuff here.
May 11, 2005
AcupunctureAtlanta at http://www.acuatlanta.net/index.html is
an acupuncture center in Atlanta, Georgia. It is worth a visit even by those
not living in that area as there is some interesting information on the site,
and a lot of good links.
March 28, 2005
Namaste Publishing at http://www.namastepublishing.com/ offers
books by new authors whose writing is, in the site’s words, “life
enhancing, even life altering”. On the website are excerpts from the
January 26, 2005
Rose Cottage Flower Essences at http://www.geocities.com/robina_hearle/index.html offers
numerous essences derived from flowers home-grown in Suffolk, England, and
which are designed to address a variety of emotional and related physiological
conditions. Please see also the article at TZF’s Open
January 9, 2005
Kabbala Online at http://www.kabbalaonline.org/ offers
an interesting consideration of the kabbala and related subjects.
December 12, 2004
Alchemy plus at http://occult-advances.org/ is
an interesting and visually compelling website about a variety of occult and
mystical subjects, including: alchemy, the aura, chakras, the kabbalah, kundalini,
elemental correspondences, and more.
October 28, 2004
Metanexus Institute at http://www.metanexus.net “advances
research, education and outreach on the constructive engagement of science
and religion”. The site offers articles, book reviews, and more, all
of it free (there is a voluntary $10 subscription donation, but the site emphasizes
it is strictly voluntary).
April 30, 2004
Sexual Dualism to Spiritual
Oneness, a new book by TZF visitor Charu Bahri, explores celibacy and
spirituality. Charu writes us, “While many perceive celibacy as a boring
or a hardly attractive proposition, for anyone interested in spirituality,
this book will present a reasonably convincing (at least in my view!) case
for celibacy, encompassing both purity of personality and a character firmly
balanced between masculine and feminine traits, in order to reach the highest
state of self-growth or evolution possible”. Her book offers a collection
of inspiring sayings and teachings drawn from numerous spiritual
traditions, including TZF’s own article, Do
We Have To Give Up SEX?. The book is now available directly from the
author at firstname.lastname@example.org.
April 20, 2004
Seishindo.Org at http://www.seishindo.org The
Seishindo system promises “to enrich your personal life with the best
of both Eastern and Western models of health and well-being … and fundamentally
enrich your professional skills, and take your work to a new level of artistry”.
Besides a variety of fee-based services, the sites offers several interesting
articles at no charge and a free newsletter.
February 19, 2003
Spirit & Sky at http://www.spiritandsky.com/ labels
itself as “the definitive spiritual directory”, and offers over
100,000 links on a wide range of subject matter, including death, future,
folklore, skeptics, ghosts, as well as religion, spirituality, and the like.
The site’s guidelines insist that the process by which sites are chosen
for inclusion is “highly selective and focused, and that this directory
is not a promotional tool”. From what we saw, it seems the site lives
up to that promise. (By way of full disclosure, not to mention the risk of
revealing a touch of pride, we note with gratitude that TZF is a recipient
of the site’s “Top Site Award”.)
February 18, 2004
Soul Healer at http://www.soul-healer.com/ offers “a
new, advanced experiential healing approach that works with the soul at soul
level to help access and explore directly to resolve the causes of traumas,
suppressed feelings, limiting life patterns, energy blocks and so on with
the aim to move beyond all boundaries, limits, beliefs and restrictions into
a deeper level of freedom and wholeness”.
November 20, 2003
K. Scott Teeters at http://www.itstimetowakeup.com is
a Reiki Master and author of It’s
Time To Wake Up: Reiki & Other Essential Tools For Spiritual Awakening,
and of the article An Awakened Life that appears
on TZF’s Open Space. Scott describes his
website as “a metaphysical candy shop loaded with essays, insights, awakening
tools and tips, amazing images, and fun, conscious living gift items”.
August 3, 2003
Gopi Krishna at http://www.ecomall.com/gopikrishna/.
The writings of Gopi Krishna are featured here. Among the subjects considered
are kundalini, higher consciousness, the
need for research into mystical experience, and the evolution of the brain.
August 1, 2003
The Halls of Reiki at http://hallsofreiki.com/.
This site offers extensive information on Reiki, as well as many links to
other Reiki, metaphysical, New Age, spiritual and alternative healing sites.
June 23, 2003
Spiritual Atlanta at http://www.spiritualatlanta.com/.
At first glance, this site seems to be focused on activities in and around
Atlanta, Georgia, and in a way it is. However, there are some very nice articles
and other resources offered here that will be of interest to all visitors.
April 7, 2003
To Be A Blessing at http://www.tobeablessing.com.
This site’s creator wrote us, “I am collecting stories about people
being the instrument or recipient of a blessing and/or a miracle. You will
notice when you go to the site that it is definitely NOT about promoting a
particular theology or denomination, but more truly about the miracles and
January 9, 2003
Angel Animals Network at http://www.angelanimals.net.
This site describes itself as, “increasing love and respect for all life — one
story at a time”. It is based on the premise that animals are angels
with “spiritual qualities such as unconditional love, joy, healing, forgiveness,
patience, courage, and gratitude”. Besides a lot of other stuff, there
are some wonderfully entertaining and inspiring stories here.
December 16, 2002
Dadaji at http://www.dadaji.info.
This site is about Dadaji, who was A. Roy Chowdhury, a shop owner in Calcutta “called
Dadaji (elder brother) by many thousands of Indians who have realized God
in his presence”. There is a lot of very good stuff here, including two
books free for the download.
December 12, 2002
The TAT Foundation at http://www.tatfoundation.org.
Here you will find writings by and about Richard Rose, one of the more interesting
and challenging American spiritual teachers we have come across, as well as
other writings, artwork, and excellent onward links. There is a free monthly
Forum (e-zine) which can be read on the site or received by email.
November 6, 2002
Nonduality Salon at http://www.nonduality.com/index.html.
This site, whose expressed purpose is “to consider the varieties of expression
of nonduality”, offers serious seekers a
vast wealth of articles, information, links, and other stuff.
October 5, 2002
of Colour at http://www.internationalassociationofcolour.com.
The International Association of Colour (IAC) is a professional association
for color therapy practitioners and healers, students, and color training
centers. To the public, it is an information resource on all aspects of color
and light - therapeutic, artistic, and scientific.
June 28, 2002
Journey of Hearts: A Healing
Place at http://journeyofhearts.org/.
In its words, “This website is designed to be a place for resources
and support to help those in the grief process following a loss or a significant
May 8, 2002
Discover Health and
Wealth at http://www.discoverhealthandwealth.com/index.html.
This site focuses on ways to enhance “your abundance of health and wealth” by
understanding and using “effective alternatives that address the underlying
causes of ill health - not merely deal with the symptoms”. There are
numerous articles, lots of links, and other stuff.
April 17, 2002
The Headless Way at http://www.headless.org/.
This site describes itself as follows: “This method of self-enquiry,
sometimes called ’headlessness’
or ’seeing who you really are’ (’seeing’ for short) …
is a contemporary approach which investigates the question Who am I? and suggests
that you can see Who you really are here and now.” There are a dozen
simple “experiments” a visitor can perform to put the method to
work immediately. [For a review of this website, please click here.]
December 27, 2001
Spiritual Light Journeys at http://www.spirituallightjourneys.com/.
In its words, “Our philosophy is to offer a site that networks and connects
to individuals and groups who aspire for unity, love, respect, and spiritual
endeavors. In that process, to offer a circle of products, spiritual services
of counseling and/or prayer, information, links, books, music, and a forum.”
December 8, 2001
Blind Chihuahua, The Virtual Church at http://www.dogchurch.org/. This
extraordinary site introduces itself as follows: “Welcome to this sacred
place in cyberspace named after a little old dog with cataracts, who barked
sideways at strangers, because he couldn’t see where they were. We humans
relate to God in the same way, making noise in God’s general direction,
and expecting a reward for doing so. Hence our creed: We can’t be right
about everything we believe. Thank God, we don’t have to be!”
December 1, 2001
Rick Ross at http://rickross.com. Unfortunately,
there exist — and there have always existed —
leaders, gurus, teachers, groups, cults, and movements that claim to be, or
appear to be, more than or other than they are. This site addresses itself
to that subject. In its own words, “This website was created to offer
the public a resource of information concerning controversial and/or potentially
unsafe groups, which may have drawn some concern, attention and/or interest.
… Here you will find an archive that contains thousands of documents, which
includes news stories, related research, reports, court records, book excerpts,
personal testimonies and hundreds of links to outside reference resources.” (See
also the University of Virginia site on this page.)
November 11, 2001
Turris Eburnea at http://www.turriseburnea.it/.
This is a Roman Catholic site written for young girls and women. The name
Turris Eburnea (”ivory tower” in Latin) is intended to symbolize
fortitude and purity, “two essential virtues to live a responsible youth”.
Thus, the focus is on character building, particularly in relationships. The
site appears in six languages: Italian, English, Spanish, French, and Polish.
The direct link to the English home page is http://www.turriseburnea.it/home_inglese.htm.
November 5, 2001
Christ, Yes; Religion,
This book is the work of TZF’s good friend, Art Hale. The book’s
fundamental premise is that the teachings of Jesus,
on the one hand, and the creeds and doctrines of Christianity, on the other,
are two entirely different things; and a seeker should
feel free to reach for the former, while rejecting any or all of the latter
that proves unhelpful. Among the subjects addressed in the book are: the “essential
polarity of creation”; the tendency of religions to
use “fear, guilt, and shame as motivators”; and ways and means of
achieving conscious contact with All That Is through prayer and meditation.
Regrettably, the book is out of print and no longer available.
Art has submitted a
poem and a short story to TZF's Open
Space, and he is a frequent contributor to TZF's Open
Forum, where he is known as W4TVQ.
November 2, 2001
The World Mandala Project at http://www.worldmandala.com/.
This site, a product of creative collaboration between transpersonal artist
Peter Oulton Rosson and Sally Bayne, presents their concept of a world
mandala: “An interactive fusion of Eastern and Western visual traditions.
By viewing or participating in the creation of a world mandala, practitioners
are introduced to an image of unity consciousness in which they see themselves
August 15, 2001
Life Cycles Matrix System at http://www.life-cycles-destiny.com/.
This site is about repeating life cycles and their impact on the evolution
of day-to-day life. The site suggests that naturally occurring short-term
and long-term life cycles (3.2 years, 7 years, and so on) have inevitable
effects on our general development, health, creativity, relationships, career,
and so on, and that, by understanding these life cycles and how they function,
we are better able to understand our lives and our selves.
August 15, 2001
Wholeness Book at http://www.wholenessbook.com.
This site is dedicated to the publications of Alex Gerber Jr., including the
book Wholeness: On Education, Buckminster Fuller, and Tao which, in
his words, “is written from the perspective that, although wholeness
cannot be ’learned’ in the usual sense, things about it can be.
The book presents wholeness as a metaphilosophy to help discern all philosophies
and points of view”. The site offers visitors a preview of the book (the
table of contents and introduction), several brief reviews, and other stuff.
July 23, 2001
Center for Divinity at http://www.centerfordivinity.com/.
This site offers a series of writings called Books of Wisdom in Adobe
Acrobat format on various subjects related to the spiritual process.
July 3, 2001
The Spiritual Traveler at http://www.spiritualtraveler.com/index.html.
This website describes itself as “an online magazine for people interested
in travel, writing, and spiritual seeking. Our mission is to create a global
family of individuals sharing their experiences with one another”. Here,
you will find stories, interviews, poetry, and a lot of other stuff. In addition,
visitors are invited to submit their own work.
April 15, 2001
Ikosmos at http://www.ikosmos.com/.
Inspired by the teachings of Ken Wilber,
this interesting website is about “integral vision”, which
the site describes as the union of a scientific attitude, philosophic thinking,
and spiritual experience into a blended vision -- an integral vision of living
and loving, and which the site perceives as evolving into a new “integral
February 8, 2001
Fearless Reader at http://www.fearlessbooks.com.
This is the website of author/journalist D. Patrick Miller, whose article All
Shook Up appears at TZF’s Open Space.
The site features Miller’s own work and a lot of other good stuff, all
of it reflecting what he calls the “journalism of consciousness”.
February 8, 2001
The Option Institute at http://www.option.org/.
In its words,
“The Option Institute is the worldwide teaching center for The Option
Process, offering empowering personal growth programs and seminars using life-changing
experiential learning techniques that can dramatically improve your health,
career, relationships and quality of life … based on the innovative work
and books of author/teacher Barry Neil Kaufman”.
February 1, 2001
Internet Infidels at http://www.infidels.org.
This site describes itself thusly: “The Secular Web is published by the
Internet Infidels, an educational nonprofit organization of unpaid volunteers
dedicated to the growth and maintenance of the most comprehensive freethought
web site on the Internet. Our mission is to defend and promote metaphysical
naturalism, the view that our natural world is all that there is, a closed
system in no need of an explanation and sufficient unto itself.” There
is a lot of very good stuff here, some of which some TZFers may disagree with;
but struggling with contrary ideas from time to time is almost certainly a
December 11, 2000
The Pluralism Project at http://www.pluralism.org.
In its own words,
“The Pluralism Project was developed at Harvard University to study and
document the growing religious diversity of the United States, with a special
view to its new immigrant religious communities”. It is doing that nicely.
September 17, 2000
Spirituality & Health at http://www.spiritualityhealth.com.
A friend recently gave us a subscription to the magazine associated with this
site, and we like it a lot. About itself, the site writes, “It has been
developed over three years by the Publishing Group of Trinity Church, Wall
Street, working with an advisory group of leading theologians, philosophers,
and researchers from diverse disciplines, teachers, and writers”. The
focus is “the soul/body connection”, which it interprets very broadly
to include a wealth of interesting stuff.
September 15, 2000
InnerBonding.com at http://www.innerbonding.com/.
This site invites visitors to “discover how to heal their aloneness,
addictions, fears and false beliefs” using “the transformational
Six-Step mind/body/spirit healing process of Inner Bonding created by Margaret
Paul, Ph.D. and Erika Chopich, Ph.D.”.
August 21, 2000
SpiritSite.com at http://www.spiritsite.com/.
This very nice site calls itself “a home for spiritual book and audio
excerpts, columnists, and more”. It’s a good thing they included “and
more” in the description, because here you will find a lot of that! There
are brief biographies of various teachers, columnists, and others, descriptions
of and excerpts from numerous books and other writings of interest to seekers
on any path, audio clips of music, sermons, and other talks, and … well,
May 30, 2000
Art in Context at http://www.artincontext.org/.
Since 1995, Art in Context Center for Communications, a publicly supported
nonprofit organization, has maintained this site as an online reference library
for the publication and dissemination of information about artists and where
to find their work. The photograph
“Mt. Fuji”, that appears on TZF’s Art
Gallery page, is among the works cited here.
January 30, 2000
Religious Movements at http://religiousmovements.lib.virginia.edu/.
Apparently a product of the Sociology Department of the University of Virginia,
this site offers a wealth of information of interest to all seekers.
Here you will find numerous excellent profiles of groups, teachers, organizations,
gurus, and so on, as well as thoughtful background discussions concerning
religion and spirituality generally, and a lot of other very good stuff. These
pages are a genuine resource! (See also the “Rick Ross” site
on this page.)
January 8, 2000
America’sDoctor.Com at http://www.americasdoctor.com/.
This site describes itself as “an Internet-based, health information
and resource site designed to assist consumers with their health information
inquiries.” It includes an extensive library of health-related information
and a lot of other very good stuff, including real-time chat capability with
a medical doctor. Although not to be confused with an actual visit with an
actual medical practitioner, this site is a valuable resource.
November 8, 1999
The Pet Center at http://www.thepetcenter.com/.
A friend of The Zoo Fence writes us that she found this site to be very helpful
in addressing a potentially unhappy experience with her cat.
September 22, 1999
Find Maine! If there’s something you’re
looking for, and you think it might be in Maine, then http://findmaine.com is
where you’ll find it.
September 8, 1999