Category Archives: WBM Times Journal

WBM TIMES came on line in 2001. Now in its twelth year as a resource for cross cultural, wholistic news. The journal is Seasonally focused with news articles added all season long. In addition to our editorials and features, we have East Meets West, Personal Medicine, Starline, Poetry and Philosophy and Local to Global Ceremonial Healing Events.
For more information on submission of articles contact Suzanne at suzstarrose@gmail.com

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. dead! Whither the future? Dan Rathers

Dan Rather 4/4/18 7 hrs · Has it really been 50 years? The head begins to spin, the heart beats faster, and the palms moisten with perspiration. It is the reminder of the news that seared my being on first … Continue reading

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Young Wisdom Keeper

Julie McCormick Odneal March 28 at 7:39pm · Allen, TX · This girl. She’s learning what most women already know. She’s learning the tactics some people (men and women) will take in order to rationalize disregarding your message. They’ll criticize … Continue reading

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Celia Fenn March 2018 Equinox

href=”http://wholisticbodymind.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/blue-horse.jpg”> Diamond Light, the New Earth, Sacred Clarity and the Opening of Conscious ReGenesis Beloved Ones, the Equinox on March 2018 is a powerful moment in the Spiral of the Sacred Year. The Equinox Star Gate is an 8th Dimensional … Continue reading

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What Decolonization Is, and What It Means to Me “Decolonizing is about reclaiming what was taken and honoring what we still have.”

What Decolonization Is, and What It Means to Me “Decolonizing is about reclaiming what was taken and honoring what we still have.” Tina Curiel-AllenMAR 3, 2018 9:00PM EST https://www.teenvogue.com/story/what-decolonization-is-and-what-it-means-to-me In this op-ed, Tina Curiel-Allen, a Xicana/Boricua poet, writer, and activist, … Continue reading

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Suzanne’s Springtime 2018

Suzanne Here: Spring Ghandi once said, “My life is my message.” Since my own near-death car collision, each morning my first words are a prayer of gratitude, I am alive. At night my last prayer is Thank you for the … Continue reading

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SUZANNE’S SPRING PRAYERS

SUZANNE’S SPRING PRAYERS The Way It Is There’s a thread you follow. It goes among things that change. But it doesn’t change. People wonder about what you are pursuing. You have to explain about the thread. But it is hard … Continue reading

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3/14/18 Dr. Estes shares COURAGE

Dear Brave Souls: COURAGE Courage may often be more straightforward and simple than we’ve been taught Tonight I was thinking of the one woman who sat in the front of the bus about the one farmer who stood up for … Continue reading

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Aluna Joy New Earth Equinox energies March 2018

Aluna Joy New earth equinox energies https://www.facebook.com/alunajoyyaxkin/posts/1872959842723766 I can really feel the build up to the equinox this year. I don’t think that I have actually ever felt it this strong before. The 2013 through 2017 equinoxes were pretty uneventful … Continue reading

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Spiritual Practices for Times of Crisis –by Joanna Macy, syndicated from huffingtonpost.com, Jan 29, 2018

Spiritual Practices for Times of Crisis –by Joanna Macy, syndicated from huffingtonpost.com, Jan 29, 2018 Spiritual Practices for Times of Crisis –by Joanna Macy, syndicated from huffingtonpost.com, Jan 29, 2018 At this turning in humanity’s journey, science and spirituality converge, and we … Continue reading

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Casey O’Leary – Western Innovator: Local seed movement takes root

Boise farmer Casey O’Leary is spearheading a local cooperative that aims to provide backyard gardeners and other small farmers in Idaho with locally grown seed. Twenty-seven farmers are currently growing seed for the Snake River Seed Cooperative. Sean EllisCapital Press … Continue reading

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