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Rahasya Poe
  • 75, Male
  • Chico, CA
  • United States
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My wife and I are the publishers of Lotus Guide magazine, Northern, CA

We publish a magazine with the "soul" intention of looking at life's problems realistically but seeing the spiritual solutions as a way to evolve consciously and to create a new global society. Our motto is "Helping to heal the world one community at a time." We interview many of today's spiritual leaders and scientists who see "spiritual evolution" as the key to our survival. Read my latest article here:

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The Social & Neurological Consequences of Belief Systems

I did some interesting interviews on the social and neurological consequences of belief systems. You can see who I interviewed at

Posted on May 26, 2009 at 5:39pm

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At 6:29pm on June 20, 2009, Bonnie Zimmermann said…
Welcome Rahaysa and thank you for joining the community. If you contact me privately I will give you the name of the person to approach for interviews etc.

At 9:50am on May 8, 2009, suryadasi devi said…
namaste friend! blessings and love!
At 12:53pm on May 7, 2009, Richard Lukens said…
Hi Rahaysa... nice page... I think I got some info today about your work.. I will be checking into it as soon as I can spend some time...

Thanks again for joining the site... hope to get to know you as this unfolds...



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